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Day: June 7, 2004 (Page 1 of 2)

RealObjects Releases edit-on Pro 4

RealObjects annouced the official release of its latest cross-platform WYSIWYG XHTML/XML editor “edit-on Pro 4”, designed to bring enterprise features to web-based applications and increase the quality of web content while enforcing corporate design and site standards for style, layout and code. The editor allows non-technical users to become content contributors without knowing HTML, XML or other markup languages. The new edit-on Pro 4 features include: DTD based filtering of imported and pasted content, Guaranteed XHTML compliance according to W3C standards through validation against XHTML DTD, Constraining to XHTML DTD subsets, Extension of the XHTML DTD with custom XML tags, Optional cleaning of Microsoft Word content, Template-based publishing through CSS based read-only elements and areas, WebDAV protocol support, Map of custom actions to document elements using CSS, User interface and XHTML content created are designed to meet the W3C WAI and section 508 accessibility guidelines, Real-time spellchecking as you type. Now including 18 international dictionaries (new: Legal English, Portuguese, separate pre- and post reform German), Tree view to navigate document’s structure and to edit the attributes of all elements with DTD guidance, Swing based UI, Safari support, and more. Customers who are using edit-on Pro 2.x or 3.x with a valid software maintenance subscription may upgrade to edit-on Pro 4 free-of-charge. www.realobjects.com

Inmagic & Visard Form Strategic Reseller Partnership

Inmagic, Inc. announced a strategic reseller partnership with Visard Solutions, Inc., a specialized document management and service provider. Visard will offer Inmagic solutions to provide management of an organization’s critical content in general and in particular as the replacement solution for their customers who need to migrate from the proprietary Edibase software
that is currently being phased-out. Using Inmagic solutions, current Edibase customers will be able to: perform full indexing of any document format in real-time, integrate with other applications, databases, etc., use Web design capabilities, and aggregate, classify, and disseminate internal and external content. In addition, Visard is the first bilingual partner of Inmagic, Inc. in Canada and will be providing the full Inmagic portfolio of Content Management Solutions in French and English to their constituents in the French-speaking provinces of Canada. www.inmagic.com, www.visard.ca

Xenos releases d2e Vision version 1.2

Xenos Group Inc. announced the release of version 1.2 of d2e Vision. Two new major components are now available — one for processing Xerox Metacode/DJDE input printstream files and one for generating HTML/CSS output for web presentation. These complement the existing capability to process IBM AFP printstreams and generate PDF, Image, TIFF, AFP and XML output formats for e-business applications such as web-based customer statement presentment. Among other product features, two PDF output enhancements were also added: linearization of PDF files to enable faster viewing across the web of the first pages in a document while the rest of the file downloads, and Standard Acrobat 128-bit encryption for document security and fraud protection. d2e Vision v1.2 processes AFP and Metacode/DJDE input printstreams and generates AFP, HTML/CSS, Image (PNG, JPEG), PDF and TIFF output. d2e Vision is available on Windows NT/2000/XP, AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris and IBM z/OS (under Unix Systems Services). www.xenos.com

Unicode Releases Common Locale Data Repository, Version 1.1

The Unicode Consortium announced the release of new versions of the Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR 1.1) and the Locale Data Markup Language specification (LDML 1.1), providing building blocks for software to support the world’s languages. This new release contains data for 247 locales, covering 78 languages and 118 countries. There are also 36 draft locales in the process of being developed, covering an additional 17 languages and 7 countries. To support users in different languages, programs must not only use translated text, but must also be adapted to local conventions. These conventions differ by language or region and include the formatting of numbers, dates, times, and currency values, as well as support for differences in measurement units or text sorting order. Most operating systems and many application programs currently maintain their own repositories of locale data to support these conventions. But such data are often incomplete, idiosyncratic, or gratuitously different from program to program. The Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR) provides a general XML format for the exchange of locale information for use in application and system software development, combined with a public repository for a common set of locale data in that format. In this release, CLDR 1.1 contains roughly 50% more data than CLDR 1.0: adding many translated terms for languages, scripts, countries, currencies, and time zones. It also improves collation for a number of languages in Eastern Europe, and adds stand-alone month data for Slavic languages and Greek, and narrow month/day names for quite a number of languages. The LDML 1.1 adds new formats for narrow and stand-alone month and day names (used in online calendar applications), and POSIX compatibility fields. www.unicode.org/cldr/

INSCI Introduces ESP+ 3.0 for Managing Enterprise Content

INSCI Corp. announced the release of its ESP+ Solutions Suite 3.0, the latest version of the Company’s software. Designed to help large enterprises capture and store mission-critical documents long term, this newest version has enhanced capabilities for managing a broader range of content, with functionality for repurposing compliance documents for customer communications initiatives. Among its new features are: Expanded records management functionality in support of EMC Centera, Compliance Edition; Enhanced content delivery functionality including automated marketing templates, bounce processing, and access tracking for proof of receipt; Desktop application content capture, enabling Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and other content to be archived and preserved; Image capture of ID cards, paper-based documents, and other documents that must be preserved and easily retrieved for compliance; Java-based Web portal integration tools; and a Web-deployable desktop client. Also available in 3.0 is an enhanced ESP+ Messenger module, INSCI’s automated content delivery solution. The ESP+ Solutions suite is available today from INSCI and selected VAR dealers. www.insci.com

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