Refresh Software Corp. announced the June 17, 2005 release of SiteRefresh 6 including a Web Services interface and new features. SiteRefresh’s Content Repository now offers Web Services features for inclusion in the latest Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA). SiteRefresh also supports the Firefox browser, extending access to Macintosh and non-IE users. New enterprise features include an expanded search interface with the capability of managing large deployments and thousands of assets. SiteRefresh delivers a content management architectural approach with the latest J2EE Core architecture including Web Services priced at $24,995.
SDL Desktop Products, a division of SDL International announced the immediate release of SDLX 2005, the latest version of its Translation Memory tool. SDLX 2005 goes further to address the quality assurance of new and existing translations. SDLX 2005 expands on the Terminology QA Check and now automatically checks source and translations for: inconsistent, incomplete, partial or empty translations, corrupt characters, and consistent regular expressions, and punctuation and formatting. The QA Check generates an interactive XML report that links the user directly to the appropriate segment in the editing environment to correct the error. A brand new switchboard interface now incorporates all new and existing SDLX modules for simplified navigation and usability. Other features include: the ability to automatically split large, unmanageable documents for translation and then merge them back together for greater process flexibility; greater database performance provides enterprises with more scalability and the ability to store TMs in Oracle as well as SQL Server; and additional language support for Maltese, Armenian and Georgian. http://www.sdl.com