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Month: July 2002 (Page 1 of 9)

Pro Text Unveiles LAVA PT for Oracle 9iFS

Pro Text unveiled LAVA PT which extends Oracle 9iFS’s feature-rich abilities to manage documents beyond the current language borders. Integrated in the standard iFS web user interface, LAVA PT allows to create the needed language variants for any source document. LAVA PT offers support for every document format; even translating XML document fragments using Oracle iFS’s integration with ArborText’s Epic editor becomes uncomplicated and trouble-free. Language variants are sent then to a translator, a translation memory and/or machine translation via e-mail (or another standard internet protocol). Once translated and returned, the translated documents are checked in and stored into the Oracle iFS system. When the base or source language document is revised or updated, LAVA PT identifies the language variants that should be (re)translated and automatically initiates a new translation cycle for these. The web interface shows the status of each document variant within this translation process. LAVA PT is available now with prices starting from $20.000.,

Software AG Integrates Basis Language Analyzers

Basis Technology and Software AG announced that Basis Technology’s Rosette Language Analyzers for Japanese, Chinese and Korean have been integrated into Software AG’s Tamino XML server to give Tamino customers full-text search capabilities for Asian languages. Basis Technology’s Rosette Language Analyzers are portable, high-performance linguistic engines for segmenting and normalizing Japanese, Chinese and Korean text. The products rely on comprehensive dictionaries and linguistic algorithms, and are for applications that require searching and analysis of large volumes of text., Delivers Version 3 and Turns UDDI Over to OASIS

The Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) project, whose specification provides one of the building blocks for Web services applications and services, and OASIS have announced that OASIS will serve as the steward for the UDDI project and activities and will continue development of the UDDI technical work. OASIS will manage the future development of the UDDI specification and related activities. Existing business registries will continue to be made available by registry operators. Under OASIS, the UDDI specification will continue to advance as a standard, and interested companies can continue to incorporate the specification into future business and software plans. Along with the transition, also announced today the release of the version 3 specification. The new specification will be the basis for future development under OASIS. For more information, see the UDDI Version 3.0 Features List at,

Documentum Announces Collaboration Edition

Documentum announced the Documentum Collaboration Edition, which includes two new product offerings, Documentum Team Center and Documentum Collaboration Services. The Collaboration Edition also includes Documentum’s Content Exchange Services, which include aggregation, distribution and cross-enterprise workflow services, to enable collaboration across businesses. Through Documentum’s integration of collaboration and content management technologies, users can initiate collaborative activities at any point during the content management lifecycle or add powerful content management capabilities to their collaborative initiatives. Project teams can work together in a common project area, jointly creating deliverables, addressing issues and managing schedules and resources. The deliverables, team output and related collaborative content are captured and securely stored, and can be later referenced and integrated with other enterprise content and processes. Documentum will embed collaborative features into the Documentum platform to make them available as Collaboration Services. Collaborative Services is expected to ship early next year.

Thunderstone Announces JavaScript Search Capability

Thunderstone Software announced the ability to index JavaScript hyperlinks and JavaScript dynamic content. The new capability is bundled with Thunderstone’s Texis search software and is available immediately. Sites have grown increasingly dependent on JavaScript-enabled browsers. But since most search engines cannot “see” JavaScript links, search-engine users are missing valuable content — often without knowing it. Texis also provides a broad range of other data discovery and indexing techniques. That includes indexing ‘deep’ information such as database content and newswire feeds, or even results from other search engines, all of which may be continually changing. Thunderstone is offering a free trial of the JavaScript link crawler through Oct. 30. The feature is included with Thunderstone’s Webinator web-site indexing product. Anyone who administers a web site may download a full working copy via the link on Thunderstone’s home page, at

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