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Congratulations to the Stylus team who have just shipped Stylus Studio 2006.
Among many of the new features you'll find updated EDI Tools, XML Schema Aware XSLT 2.0, and XML Schema Aware XQuery 1.0 processing.
You can also check out a nice DataDirect XQuery video tutorial that shows you how easily you can quicky build complex and powerful XQuery expressions that access relational databases. Last, and certainly not least: Stylus Studio 2006 now allows you to deploy XML Deployment Adaptors built with Stylus as runtime components. For developers facing integration challenges, this is a powerful and flexible mechanism to get hetereogous data to work together.
More details, including licensing details are available here.
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