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Day: March 24, 2002

Stellent Releases Enhanced Outside In XML Technology

Stellent, Inc. announced the release of Outside In XML Export 2.2. Outside In XML Export is designed to enable application developers to integrate XML conversion functionality into their solutions. Version 2.2 includes Stellent’s new XML schema, SearchML, which is designed for information extraction in indexing, knowledge management and content management applications, and is provided with either a Java or C API. In addition to SearchML, XML Export includes FlexionDoc, an XML schema that allows for richer document conversion in more complex applications such as portals and content management systems. Outside In XML Export converts a document’s content, structure and property information to one of these two schema. Outside In XML Export is a server-side technology with both a Java and component application programming interface (CAPI) that ensures ease of integration and implementation.

TCP-IP XT Now Enables Remote Control of Atomik 3.0

Easypress Technologies and Techno Design announced support for Atomik 3.0 Developer Edition in the new version of Techno Design’s remote control automation software,TCP-IP XT 1.4. TCP-IP XT is a platform, location, database and development environment independent scripting command set that supports over 320 commands for controlling the QuarkXPress user-interface functionality through a remote TCP/IP connection. The new version includes commands for controlling Atomik 3.0 Developer Edition, thus enabling automated QuarkXPress-to-XML conversion, remotely, over any TCP/IP connection. Atomik 3.0 Developer Edition is available direct from Easypress Technologies and Atomik resellers and system integrators worldwide. The suggested retail price for Atomik 3.0 Developer Edition is (pounds)14,995, $19,995 or (euros)24,292. Multi-user pricing is also available. Easypress Technologies is still adding overseas resellers and system integrators for Atomik.,

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