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Day: December 8, 2003

iMarkup Announces Launch of iMarkup/Vignette Solution

iMarkup Solutions announced the availability of a joint iMarkup/Vignette V7 content management, document annotation and markup solution. The joint solution combines Vignette V7 content management products and iMarkup Server V4 to allow text markups, sticky notes, freeform drawings and other types of annotations to be applied to all types of Web formats, from HTML and ASP to JSP and PDF.

Merant Gets SAP NetWeaver Certification

Merant announced that its content management solution, Merant Collage, achieved certification as part of the SAP NetWeaver Partner Initiative. Merant Collage’s “Powered by SAP NetWeaver” status means that it can be deployed on the SAP Web Application Server and accessed through mySAP Enterprise Portal via pre-built iViews. The integration between Merant Collage and the SAP NetWeaver integration and application platform enables users to integrate sources of enterprise data and content from SAP and other vendors to control heterogeneous IT environments. Merant Collage is certified for SAP Web Application Server 6.20 and SAP Enterprise Portal 5.0.

Panscopic Announces Integration with Tamino XML Server

Panscopic announced that it has integrated the Panscopic Scope Server reporting solution with Software AG’s Tamino XML Server. The combination provides self-serve access to XML content and allows users to combine XML data with non-XML data. The combined solution leverages existing J2EE and application server infrastructures, is faster than custom coding alternatives and is a cost-effective means to visualize XML content. With self-serve reporting access to enterprise content via native XML, presentation and reporting are enabled, with no delay between content storage and user accessibility. Authorized users have secure access to current business data when they need it. The new solution gives customers: the ability to report off of information stored inside Tamino XML Server without “shredding” the XML data, i.e., without destroying its descriptive structure; the power to combine, filter, and aggregate information from multiple documents stored in Tamino XML Server with XQuery; and support for interactive reporting on Tamino XML data using XQuery.,

Snapbridge Releases Beta Versions of XML Developers Tools for Information Integration

Snapbridge Software released Beta versions of Snapbridge FDX Information Server Developers Edition and Snapbridge XStudio, XML development tools for creating information integration and content publishing solutions. Snapbridge FDX Information Server Developers Edition is a fully integrated development environment, composed of XStudio and FDX Information Server. XStudio is a graphical design environment, offering drag-and-drop tools for XML and non-XML data for the creation of XSL. FDX Information Server allows developers to rapidly design, test, and debug real-time information integration and content management solutions, then deploy them into a production environment. Beta versions of both products are currently free to developers and are available for download. Snapbridge FDX federates multiple data sources such as data from relational databases, flat files, mainframe data, Web services, digital images from content repositories, streaming feeds, etc., to create composite objects that can be viewed, or updated as part of a transaction. Beta versions of Snapbridge FDX Information Server Developers Edition and XStudio are currently free, and are available for download from the Snapbridge Web site at

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