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Day: September 19, 1999 (Page 2 of 2)

XMLSolutions Announces Availability of ExeterXML Server

XMLSolutions Corporation announced the general availability of the ExeterXML Server release 1.0. ExeterXML Server can apply server-side style sheets to XML documents, allowing customers to begin fielding XML applications today without worrying about the client capabilities. ExeterXML Server has the built in logic to recognize the capabilities of the requesting application or browser to determine whether or not to serve an XML or HTML document. The ExeterXML Server utilizes IBM’s WebSphere Application Server to provide servlet processing. XMLSolutions also employs the WebSphere Studio application and VisualAge for Java. Today, the ExeterXML Server supports the Windows NT, Linux, and Solaris 2.5.1 platforms. A future release scheduled for early October will include support for the AIX platform.

Intranet Solutions Announces Xpedio Content Server

IntraNet Solutions, Inc. unveiled Xpedio Content Server, packaged enterprise Web software that enables organizations to easily build and support mission-critical, content-centric applications for the enterprise. IntraNet Solutions is also announcing today two new application modules. Xpedio Content Publisher provides advanced template-based technology to automatically publish standard business documents or content in HTML or XML as well-designed, fully linked Web sites. Xpedio ReportSite provides an enterprise report publishing capability that includes support for streamlining publishing and distributing enterprise reports and building partner extranet applications. Xpedio Content Server’s key functionality includes automatic Web conversion and publishing in both PDF and HTML, heterogeneous content input and management, personalized information delivery, enterprise security and scalability, and adherence to Web standards. The Xpedio Content Server system will be available October 15, 1999. Pricing starts at $125,000 USD and includes one development and production server for Windows NT and UNIX environments. Additional production servers start at $50,000. Xpedio Content Publisher will be available in December 1999 with pricing starting at $50,000 USD. Xpedio ReportSite will be available October 15, 1999. Pricing starts at $50,000 USD and comes with report parsing and publishing of enterprise report data, including programmatic input from business and reporting applications, a staging server, replication and an Extrasite read only server for extranet use.

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