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Month: March 2002 (Page 2 of 6)

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.

iLanguage Forms Partnership with Online Training Firm

iLanguage has identified multilingual eLearning as a major growth area for translation and localization companies, and has formed a partnership with IDON EAST of Newfoundland to offer eLearning solutions in multiple languages across Canada. In addition, iLanguage announced that it is planning to form similar partnerships with eLearning firms in the United States. The two companies will promote each other

TRADOS Announces Release of MultiTerm iX

TRADOS Incorporated announced the official release of MultiTerm iX, the next version of their corporate language solution. Built around a multi-tier Internet architecture, MultiTerm iX is a flexible and scaleable terminology management system. It is a database solution designed to standardize terminology and distribute it throughout the enterprise over the Internet or intranet at the click of a button.

Vignette to Integrate V6 With BEA WebLogic Portal

Vignette Corp. announced that it is deepening its global strategic alliance with BEA Systems Inc. and will deliver a set of portlets that integrate its recently announced Vignette V6 MultiSite Content Manager (VMCM) with BEA WebLogic Portal 4.0. By using the portlets, VMCM will support and integrate with the BEA WebLogic Portal and enable current joint customers to extend their current investments in BEA technology. Vignette V6 MultiSite Content Manager, an extension to Vignette V6 Content Suite, enables organizations to manage content on multiple sites and portals through a single application. The VMCM application will help organizations maximize current or future BEA infrastructure investments to provide functionality such as single sign-on, layout and rendering of portal pages.

XMLCities Announces Support for Oracle9i Release 2

XMLCities, Inc. announced it is using Oracle XML DB, a feature of Oracle9i Database Release 2, for a new application, XMLCapture Suite. Designed to automate the mass conversion of documents and images into XML for document archiving and information management applications, XMLCapture Suite, in combination with Oracle9i Database Release 2, now provides an integrated XML conversion and database solution. Oracle XML DB makes Oracle9i Database Release 2 a repository for XML content that is easily accessible by FTP, WebDAV, and HTTP. Oracle XML DB supports foldering, versioning, and access control of XML content stored and managed in Oracle9i Database. New features that have been integrated into XMLCapture Suite include advanced table handling, including CALS table standards, HTML output and workflow management integration.

iPhrase Unveils One Step 3.0

iPhrase Technologies, Inc. announced the availability of iPhrase One Step 3.0, the latest version of iPhrase’s product for accessing high-value enterprise content. iPhrase One Step 3.0 brings to market a search and navigation system that can be implemented in just a few days, and fully deployed within 4-6 weeks. One Step 3.0 also allows enterprises to customize the results of queries based on the users’ entitlement status, allowing organizations to personalize content for different constituencies. One Step combines retrieval of unstructured Web content and live access to structured databases into a single interface. The spider ensures deep content coverage, handling complexities such as frame sets, JavaScript, forms and dynamic URLs. Rich workflow integration with content management systems and external knowledge tools, such as Interwoven’s TeamSite and MetaTagger, allows for exposure of all content. New in One Step 3.0, results can be personalized based on the user’s entitlement status, enabling a single search solution to meet the needs of various constituencies. One Step supports XML, SSL, CSS, Microsoft .NET/Web Services, SOAP, ODBC, ASP and Java. In One Step 3.0, operating system support has been extended to include Sun Solaris and FreeBSD, as well as Windows NT/2000 and Red Hat Linux.

Docent & Interwoven Partner

Docent Inc. and Interwoven Inc. announced an alliance to improve the way knowledge is created, managed, and delivered in large enterprises. Through the alliance, Docent and Interwoven customers will be able to converge their organization’s enterprise content strategy with their eLearning strategy. By integrating Docent Enterprise eLearning applications with Interwoven TeamSite content management software, customers can form an enterprise-wide content management infrastructure for knowledge exchange and more easily leverage information residing in content repositories. The ability to easily leverage the organization’s content assets into multiple learning experiences extends the value of that content.,

Documentum & Groove to Deliver Secure Content Management

Groove Networks Inc. and Documentum announced an alliance to deliver a content management solution that provides secure content creation and management capabilities for project teams whose members span company boundaries. Both companies will market and sell the combined offering. The joint solution consists of a connector between the Documentum ECM platform and Groove decentralized collaboration software, which allows project teams to access content stored within the Documentum content repository and pull it into a Groove shared space. Team members can collaboratively view, edit and update the content – either online or offline. The project team can then publish final content in the central, secure Documentum repository, where it can be accessed by other team members or anyone with appropriate permissions.

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