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Day: July 17, 2005

Midgard 1.7rc2 “Patent Free” Released

The Midgard Project has released the second release candidate version of the 1.7 Midgard Open Source Content Management Framework. Midgard provides a CMS framework build for the the LAMP platform. Midgard’s core features include internationalization, accessibility, scalability and PHP connectivity. This development release includes a Midgard2 technology preview.

Interwoven Expands PartnerNetwork

Interwoven, Inc. (NASDAQ:IWOV) announced they recently added over 15 new partners to the Interwoven PartnerNetwork. New Interwoven partners address a range of vertical markets including legal, accounting, healthcare and financial services, providing vertical market expertise, and are based in diverse locations such as Israel, Norway, Singapore, Australia, the U.S. New Interwoven PartnerNetwork companies include: Affinitiv, Aim Computer Consulting, Bytes Technology Group, Corbus, CPA, Decision Counsel, ErgoGroup AS, ExaGrid, Fusionsoft, IC Axon, Mips Computation, SC Foster, Telestream, Valtech, Xioma Information Solutions, and XTRON.

Mobius Updates ViewDirect Total Content Integrator to Version 2.2

Mobius Management Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:MOBI) announced version 2.2 of ViewDirect Total Content Integrator, a Web services-based facility for cross-repository, cross-platform access to content in any format from any source. The new release expands access by adding packaged adapters to IBM DB2 Content Manager OnDemand, EMC/Documentum, Microsoft SharePoint, and SQL Server, as well as a software development kit (SDK) that enables fast development of adapters to any content source, including in-house and other custom-built repositories. Previously released adapters provide access to FileNet content as well as file systems, databases, e-mail archives, Web sites, search engines and Mobius’s own ViewDirect TCM repository. Adapters simultaneously translate and pass queries from the user to multiple content sources and deliver the requested content back to the user. Functionality includes: Enterprise Query: Enables a user to locate and retrieve content from any repository along with content from other sources with a single search; Index Mapping: Maps unique index names and formats in one repository to indexes in other repositories; Content Delivery: Delivers content to a Web browser, a desktop application or a viewing client like Mobius’s DocumentDirect for the Internet.

Percussion Updates Lyrix to Version 2.5

Percussion Software introduced version 2.5 of Lyrix, its Lotus Domino content integration product. Lyrix 2.5 now allows organizations to transform Domino content to standard document formats, such as Microsoft Word, Adobe PDF, xHTML and XML. This allows organizations to reuse Domino content in corporate applications that accept these formats. For example, using Lyrix, Domino content can be easily archived in centralized document repositories, made available for access in corporate portals or transferred to a company’s Web site. Version 2.5 will be available next month. Lyrix 2.5 also provides programmatic, bi-directional access to Domino content using the product’s Web services API. This enables real-time access to Domino content, automatically transforming Domino attributes – Rich Text, embedded images, doc links, attachments, etc. – into XML and XHTML. Business users can continue working with Domino as they always have, while simultaneously reusing the Domino content in other enterprise applications.

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