New product versions released!

New product versions released!

by Minollo
December 17, 2007 0 Comments

I just wanted to let you know that we (DataDirect) have recently released new version of our XML products; all of them are available for download and free evaluation:

DataDirect XQuery 3.1 Complete release highlights are available here.
  • New database support for DB2 v9.1 for z/OS, MySQL, Oracle 11g, Informix, PostgreSQL
  • Support for XML-based office document standards (OpenDocument Format, Office Open XML, new PDF versions)
  • Richer support for XQuery output formats (EDI and flat files)
  • New Eclipse-based plug-in for developing and testing queries
  • Performance enhancements
DataDirect XML Converters 3.1 Complete release highlights available here.
  • Support for the HL7 EDI standard
  • XML Schema API generates an XML Schema that describes how to convert XML to non-XML
  • Support for Standard Exchange Format (SEF) to manage custom EDI message types
  • New exception and error listener interfaces for flexible error handling
Stylus Studio 2008 Complete release highlights available here.
  • Support for DataDirect XQuery 3.1 and XML Converters 3.1 (embedded in the product)
  • New WSDL editor
  • C# code generation for .NET
  • Simplified generated Java code
  • Auto-complete XML Fragments
  • XML Schema Editor Enhancements
In the coming weeks I'm planning to post examples showing how you can use the new (and old) functionality in our XML products. Of course, if there are specific examples you would like to see covered, I would be very interested in hearing about them.


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