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Day: July 8, 2002

FileMaker Enhances XML Central with Free Style Sheets

FileMaker announced its enhanced FileMaker XML Central to jump-start developers’ and power-users’ ability to create data exchange and application integration solutions. Featured on FileMaker XML Central is the new FileMaker XSLT Library, consisting of freely downloadable XSLT stylesheets. Each stylesheet translates XML grammars, so FileMaker can exchange data with a large and growing number of other applications. Eight XSLT stylesheets are included with the new FileMaker Pro 6 software, and more than 40 are available in the Library. That number is expected to grow as developers contribute stylesheets they create. In addition, some of the Library’s stylesheets enable FileMaker to import data from Microsoft SQL Server, import Web data, export to Microsoft Excel, and export data in scalable vector graphics (SVG) format.

Microsoft Announces Availability of Content Management Server 2002 Beta

Microsoft Corp. announced the availability of the beta version of Microsoft Content Management Server 2002. Part of the Microsoft .NET Enterprise Server family, including BizTalk Server, SharePoint Portal Server and Commerce Server, Content Management Server 2002 will offer support for XML Web services, enhanced content authoring and site deployment capabilities, and provide developer support through its integration with Visual Studio .NET and support for ASP.NET. Content Management Server 2002 adds direct publishing from Word, .NET and XML Web services support, an application development environment, faster time to deploy, and standards-based interoperability. Developers and customers can find the beta version of Content Management Server 2002 immediately available for download. Content Management Server 2002 is scheduled to be released by the end of this year.

Mohomine Announces Availability of mohoClassifier v2.3

Mohomine Inc. announced the availability of mohoClassifier v2.3 (mC). The software is targeted for use in intelligence community applications. mC reviews text information in emails, file systems, intranets and extranets, including the Internet, and provides automated document classification and routing based on recognized patterns in the document as a whole. It reports on user-definable properties such as topic, country source, subject, and tone/urgency of the author, among others. The classifier can make fine-grained distinctions between categories, and can ascertain both text and numbers. Designed from its inception to be embedded in large-scale enterprise and intelligence community applications, mohoClassifier v2.3, is a server-based modular solution that is integrated into other applications. The software can be embedded in applications for portals, content management systems, business process management and security as well as Web-enabled applications and Web services environments. An evaluation version for enterprises of the mohoClassifier v2.3 may be requested.

Corel Introduces Ventura 10

Corel Corporation announced the upcoming availability of Corel Ventura 10. Corel Ventura 10 provides tools designed specifically for the creation and publishing of highly-formatted and visually-rich business documents. With the addition of a number of new features including XML import, Corel Ventura 10 enables enterprise customers to re-use all forms of content. When used in conjunction with an XML editor such as Corel XMetaL, Corel Ventura 10 can be used for combining and transforming an organization’s information, data and graphics into manageable, structured business documents. Other new features include Table Tags, Publish to PDF, Integrated Preflight Engine, and Enhanced Graphics Capabilities. Corel Ventura 10 will be available in September 2002 at the suggested retail price of US$699. Registered customers of Corel Ventura 7 or 8 may purchase Corel Ventura 10 at the special upgrade price of US$249.

XyEnterprise & Corel Partner

XyEnterprise and Corel Corporation announced an ongoing partnership to deliver an integrated XML content creation and high-volume publishing solution for enterprise customers. This integrated solution enables customers to use Corel XMetaL for XML content creation and leverage the high-volume “assemble and publish” capabilities of XyEnterprise XML Professional Publisher (XPP). The Corel XMetaL interface simplifies the XML creation process by providing an environment similar to a standard word processor. Through the integration, XML content is sent directly to the XPP high-speed composition engine to produce high-quality postscript and PDF output.,

Stellent Releases Stellent Connection Server 6.1

Stellent, Inc. announced the release of Stellent Connection Server 6.1. Stellent Connection Server provides content integration and distribution capabilities that enable Stellent’s customers to aggregate content from multiple repositories, manage it in the Stellent environment and distribute it to internal and external individuals, Web sites and applications. New features in Connection Server 6.1 include: J2EE compliance, BEA WebLogic certification, support for LDAP, and connectors providing tight integration with the Stellent Content Server. Stellent Connection Server is available in two versions — a stand-alone Java application and a J2EE version for operation within an application server. Version 6.1 is currently shipping and has a starting price of $60,000 USD (for two CPUs).

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