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Month: September 2002 (Page 1 of 9)

Autonomy Announces Legacy Compatibility Module

Autonomy Corporation plc announced the release of Autonomy’s Legacy Compatibility Module (LCM). LCM enables companies to leverage existing legacy systems and transition to an advanced information management technology. LCM, based on Autonomy’s Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL), builds a bridge between legacy systems and Autonomy’s technology to allow all enterprise data to be accessed within new, contextual automated systems. LCM can connect directly to popular legacy indexes and a variety of formats including legacy index files, legacy categories, topics and taxonomies. LCM provides the ability to manually edit and supervise legacy methods for backward compatibility. Autonomy’s IDOL integrates unstructured, semi-structured and structured information from multiple repositories through an understanding of the content.

Context Media Introduces Interchange Suite 3.0

Context Media, Inc. announced the release of Interchange Suite 3.0, its enterprise content management software solution. Interchange Suite 3.0 allows distributed and disparate digital asset and content repositories to remain distributed, while giving users a single, unified way to access the content these repositories contain. The suite is comprised of three software applications. The Interchange Suite components can work together or on their own. The Interchange Suite web services-based applications include: Interchange Content Server – the core web services suite that categorizes, manages and powers access to enterprise content; Interchange Integration Console – discovers content stored in various distributed and disparate content, document and digital asset management systems across the enterprise; and Interchange Distribution Console – provides services that allow companies to deliver content across the enterprise and to external parties. All services and features are enabled in a web services environment interoperable with Sun One and Microsoft.Net initiatives. Interchange Suite ships with support for Sun Solaris, Linux and Microsoft Windows 2000; application server support for BEA, iPlanet, JBoss, Oracle 9iAS and IBM Websphere; and database support for ODBC and JDBC compliant databases.

Antenna House Updates XSL Formatter

Antenna House, Inc announced that an upgrade to its XSL-FO processor [XSL Formatter] to V2.3. V2.3 provides significant enhancements in layout function capability and multilingual formatting function capability, including implementing XSL float feature for page layout and UNICODE BIDI (bidirectionality) for mixing right-to-left and left-to-right languages. By using the XSL Formatter V2.3 PDF Option, it’s possible to do layout the multilingual publications with the flexible mixture of Latin, Cyrillic, Greek alphabet, CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean), HAT (Hebrew, Arabic, Thai) and output to PDF. In V2.3, links and bookmarks are automatically created in PDF using Distiller. In addition, both EPS with preview image and EPS without preview image can be embedded in PDF via Distiller. By using a Plug-in (MathPlayerV1.0), the formula written by MathML can be embedded.

Topologi Launches New XML/SGML Editor

Topologi Pty Ltd. announced the Topologi Collaborative Markup Editor to support the lifecycle processing of large and complex XML/SGML documents, from initial conversion of unstructured source data to final validation and preview using
commonly available typesetting and formatting tools. The Topologi Collaborative Markup Editor: Community Edition can be downloaded from Topologi’s website for an evaluation period of up to 30 days. An introductory level registration fee for single users is US$59. An annual site license for an unlimited number of users costs US$5,000 including support. A high-end version of the editor will be released later in 2002. A plug-in to FrameMaker Server (and soon for other composition engines) is available to allow quality typesetting and PDF generation from a shared server.

eXcelon Announces Release of eXtensible Information Server & Stylus Studio

eXcelon Corporation announced the availability of eXtensible Information Server (XIS) 3.12. XIS 3.12 facilitates XML-based interoperability across .NET and J2EE environments while delivering faster access to data in XML business documents with XQuery support and Verity full-text search. XIS is an XML database that allows XML business documents to be dynamically extended while providing granular access to elements of information contained in the documents. XIS now manages XML business documents in the .NET environment, to complement existing support for J2EE environments. XIS promotes heterogeneous interoperability between software platforms; companies can now use XML business documents as the foundation of composite business applications that integrate systems based on both J2EE and .NET architectures. XIS 3.12 will be available within 30 days. They also announced the release of Stylus Studio XSLT Integrated Development Environment (IDE) 4.5 to enable development teams to deliver applications based on XML and XSLT faster by enabling developers to generate XSLT stylesheets automatically from HTML pages, providing advanced debugging support including XSLT debugging for SAXON and .NET processors. Stylus Studio 4.5 also includes an XQuery editor, XQuery debugger and XQuery processor. Stylus Studio 4.5 includes integrated debugging with traceability for both J2EE and .NET environments.

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