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Day: March 26, 2000

Entrust Lays XML Security Foundation for B2B

Entrust Technologies, Inc. announced its comprehensive set of solutions for XML security that enable organizations to accelerate the growth of B2B transactions. High value B2B transactions require comprehensive, integrated security that integrates with XML. Entrust’s new set of solutions for XML security extend the XML framework to offer an integrated solution for B2B transactions and communications. Along with PureEdge Solutions Inc., and other vendors, Entrust is a contributing author to the XML digital signature standard spearheaded by W3C. Entrust has the tools available to enable support for this new standard once ratified. Entrust B2B solutions integrate XML security for Web, e-mail, VPN, FTP and third-party applications, building on Entrust’s family of toolkits. Specifically, Entrust’s solutions for XML security enable organizations to: Secure XML documents sent over the Internet, intranets and extranets via SSL, e-mail, VPN, and FTP; and digitally sign XML documents such as InternetForms. Entrust Technologies solutions for XML will be available April 1, 2000, direct from Entrust or by visiting Pricing varies depending on the solution being implemented. Organizations wishing to implement a custom application may download the toolkit at no cost.

eXcelon Ships XSL Editor Update for Ebusiness

eXcelon Corporation, announced that Stylus 2.0, an eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) editing tool is now shipping. Stylus 2.0 makes it easy for developers to create XSL stylesheets, giving them the freedom to transform XML into HTML for presentation on the Web, and into other XML formats for exchange with business partners. Stylus 2.0 includes a number of new features, including What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) drag and drop editing. This allows developers to quickly and easily create stylesheets without any knowledge of XSL or HTML tags. The product is compliant with the final XSLT recommendation and has built-in support for international character sets, which makes the product viable for use in Japan and other foreign language countries. Stylus also includes one-click debugging that makes maintaining sophisticated stylesheets possible for the first time. Stylus 2.0 is available now on the eXcelon Corp. Web site. The product costs $199. Stylus 2.0 is available both as a stand-alone tool, and as part of the tool set for eXcelon 2.0 Dynamic Application Platform (DAP), the powerful platform for building and deploying XML-based eBusiness applications.

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