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Day: April 6, 2003 (Page 1 of 3)

Altova Releases XMLSPY 5 Release 4

Altova Inc. announced the availability of XMLSPY 5 Release 4. Altova has enhanced numerous features in its XML Development Environment. XMLSPY 5 and AUTHENTIC 5 now support Delta-V, an extension to the WebDAV protocol which enables check-in/check-out functionality when used in conjunction with a WebDAV server. The Stylesheet Designer now includes support for direct usage of global templates, support for conditional statements in Stylesheet Designer, as well as support for PDF Header/Footer/Cover pages. The XMLSPY code generator now supports output code which uses Xerces (a popular XML parser), Standard Template Library (STL), and additional support of XML Schema simple types in Java/C# code generation. XMLSPY 5 Release 4 is available immediately for free trial download. Existing XMLSPY 5 customers who have purchased a support and maintenance plan are eligible for a free upgrade. Altova’s AUTHENTIC 5 is available under a free software license. www.altova.com

Document Sciences’ xPression Adds New Web Services, BEA WebLogic Support

Document Sciences Corporation announced the release of xPression version 1.2. The latest version of xPression adds support for BEA WebLogic 7.0, and two new Web Services that allow organizations to extend the content processing capabilities of their existing enterprise applications. XPressions new Web Services, a Document Requestor and Document Distributor, allow Content Management, CRM, Portal and Business Application applications to call on xPression’s capabilities from within an existing workflow to request or distribute xPression-created documents. XPression is compatible with Windows 2000, Solaris, AIX, and HP/UX platforms. Support for z/OS will be added later this year. xPression is Unicode compatible and can support XML in any dialect. It integrates with Oracle, DB2, and SQL Server. Xpression’s Upgrade Utility allows companies currently using Document Sciences’ Autograph DLS product to migrate their applications to the xPression environment. www.docscience.com

Convera & Intelliseek Partner

Convera and Intelliseek announced a partnership designed to extend distribution and bring greater functionality to their current product offerings. Under the agreement, Convera will add new federated search capability to its product line by offering Intelliseek’s Enterprise Search Server (ESS) solution as an optional component of Convera’s RetrievalWare search and categorization platform. Intelliseek will become a reseller of Converas RetrievalWare product to add indexing and search of internal content to Intelliseeks product line. Intelliseek’s ESS solution is pre-configured for over 1,000 different Internet and legacy search engines. Customers can purchase an optional Agent Development Kit featuring a point-and-click interface to create new adaptors for additional sources. www.convera.com, www.intelliseek.com

Ektron Announces CMS300 2.5

Ektron Annouunced CMS300 version 2.5 with new Web Services features. Additional enhancements include Oracle support and new editing functionality from eWebEditPro+XML. Ektron CMS 300 version 2.5 will ship on April 18, 2003. Beyond new Oracle support, CMS300 version 2.5 adds automatic image upload when pasting from Microsoft Word, commenting features for collaboration, search and replace in WYSIWYG and HTML mode, and other editor enhancements. www.ektron.com

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