Antenna House, Inc. announced that XSL Formatter Web Service Interface V1.0 is now available as a new option for Antenna House XSL Formatter Server Licenses to further support the use of XSL Formatter V3 via the Internet using SOAP/HTTP. The Web Service Interface simplifies client access to XSL Formatter Server License via the internet, reduces development time, simplifies support, and lets one XSL Formatter Server license be used for multiple applications. The Web Service Interface lets a client computer send via SOAP an XML file and a stylesheet to an Antenna House XSL Formatter Server License and receive back a PDF document; simply and without the need to undertake an expensive and complicated development effort. XSL Formatter Web Service Interface V1.0 can be downloaded from:
Day Software (SWX:DAYN)(OTC:DYIHY) announced the general availability of Day Content Repository Extreme (CRX) Personal Edition (PE). CRX Personal Edition is the latest version of its recently launched product line that creates a low-cost solution for the storage, management and exchange of content across smaller business environments or departments. All Day CRX editions provide infrastructure for business applications accessing and manipulating structured or unstructured content. Day CRX offers complete support for JSR 170, the Content Repository for Java technology API developed through the Java Community Process (JCP) program. The CRX Personal Edition is compatible with the CRX Standard and Enterprise Editions. Day CRX Personal Edition is suited to run content-centric Internet applications and is available on a single-processor server. A subscription license for the CRX Personal Edition can be purchased and includes a one-year license which is valid for updates and online self-help support. To commemorate the latest release of CRX, CRX Personal and Developer Editions will be offered at substantial discounts. Please visit the Day Online-Shop.
SchemaLogic released the Vignette Taxonomy Integrator Adapter for SchemaLogic’s SchemaServer application. The Adapter allows taxonomists, information architects and knowledge workers the ability to develop and manage Vignette categories and classifications hierarchies within SchemaLogic’s SchemaServer. Organizations can now manage and deploy Vignette taxonomies from a centralized enterprise taxonomy management system. The Vignette Adapter was built with SchemaLogic’s Integrator Technology, which manages the synchronization of common data and metadata structures to multiple subscribing systems. In addition to managing Vignette taxonomies, the Adapter provides the ability to compare and reconcile differences between the taxonomies in SchemaServer and the taxonomies in Vignette. This gives organizations enhanced flexibility for business unit disparity while allowing corporate management, governance and reconciliation of those differences. http://www.schemalogic.com
Hot Banana Software Inc. announced the upgrade availability of Hot Banana Active Marketing Web Content Management Suite Version 5.3, designed to further consolidate Web Content Management and eMarketing activities into one platform. Hot Banana Version 5.3 is a significant point upgrade, in that it contains enhancements to its Web Content Management functionality and performance, such as Advanced Metadata Management (conforms to the Dublin Core Standard,) Universal Listing Module to easily manage complex structured content areas, and page-by-page SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Management. The Hot Banana Active Marketing Solution has also been significantly upgraded with features such as, Atlas, Google and Yahoo! search engine campaign tracking code integration, Flash Streaming Media Manager for placing video directly into Web pages, Keyword Web Page Analyzer, enabling non-technical users to analyze every SEO attribute of a Web page, PRWeb Press Release distribution integration, and upgraded integration with WebTrends 7.5 On Demand.
Vasont Systems announced a free CMS Starter Kit designed to help novices quickly and easily enter the content management world. The CMS Starter Kit contains a short crash course in content management for those new to the subject, four printable checklists for topics such as developing a business case and evaluating systems, an ROI calculator, and a downloadable template for soliciting a Request for Information (RFI) or a Request for Proposal (RFP) from CMS vendors. http://www.vasont.com