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Day: December 10, 2003

Cape Clear Announces Cape Clear Data Interchange

Cape Clear Software announced Cape Clear Data Interchange, a Web Services-based approach to solving the problem of integrating data with enterprise applications. Cape Clear Data Interchange provides a visual environment for transforming diverse data sources, such as text files, spreadsheets, and ZIP files into XML Schema, as well as a runtime capability which securely routes that data to the appropriate back-end application. Once these mappings are created, subsequent files are automatically transformed and routed to the appropriate applications as they arrive. Cape Clear provides wizards that analyze new data and suggest appropriate XML Schema-based representations and mappings. Cape Clear Data Interchange includes pre-built support for a wide variety of data formats including CSV, CICS, CISCO IOS, CORBA, Excel, GSM, EDI, EDIFACT, HL7, Java/J2EE, JDBC, .NET, ODBC, Oracle, Parlay X, SWIFT, SMS/MMS, Sybase, Text, WSDL/SOAP, XML, and ZIP files. Cape Clear Data Interchange includes support for Business Process Execution Language (BPEL). Cape Clear Data Interchange requires the Cape Clear Business Integration Suite. It is available immediately on IBM AIX, Linux, Microsoft Windows, and Sun Solaris. Pricing starts at $75,000.

GlobalSCAPE Announces CuteHTML Pro for Webmasters

GlobalSCAPE released CuteHTML Pro, a professional version of its Web site development tool, CuteHTML. CuteHTML Pro gives Webmasters granular control over coding, a set of power tools to complete tasks quickly and correctly and doesn’t add a lot of unnecessary code. A free 30-day trial of CuteHTML Pro is available immediately for Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP. CuteHTML Pro has a standard list price of $49.99 per single-user license. Volume discounts are offered for quantities of five or more.

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