[ANN] Exchanger XML Editor 2.0 Released

Discussion in 'XML' started by Edwin Dankert, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. Cladonia Limited is pleased to announce the immediate
    availability of Version 2.0 of the Exchanger XML
    Editor.


    As well as new features such as XML Signature, XSLT
    Debugging, XInclude and WSDL, the Exchanger XML
    Editor also provides support for a broad range of
    XML-related standards including XML Schema, RelaxNG,
    XPath, XQuery, XSLT 2.0, SVG, etc. This functionality,
    coupled with its usablity, cross-platform support and
    low cost, makes the Exchanger XML Editor ideal for
    use in both Commercial and Academic environments.

    For more information:
    http://www.exchangerxml.com/

    -----------------------------------------------------

    INDEX:

    - New Features
    - Pricing and Availability
    - Support
    - About Cladonia Ltd.

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    NEW FEATURES:
    -----------------------------------------------------

    * This release contains a comprehensive XSLT debugger
    with support for Saxon and Xalan. The Exchanger
    XSLT debugger can be run in standalone mode as well
    as integrated with the editor, thereby facilitating
    the debugging of much larger input documents which
    do not have to be opened in the editor.
    Transformation scenarios can be used to maintain
    setup state across editing and debugging sessions
    and the debugger can also be used in an ad-hoc
    manner, with the settings (such as input file,
    stylesheet, processor, parameters and breakpoints)
    entered on the fly. As well as the usual features
    like step into, step over, step out of and run to
    breakpoint, the debugger has support for multiple
    call stacks and multiple traces that are linked back
    to the input for improved feedback and also supports
    dynamically updated local and global variables and
    parameters. A unique feature for Saxon users allows
    content of multiple output files (created using the
    <xsl:document> tag) to be redirected to the screen
    for enhanced debugging functionality.

    * The XML Signature specification is now supported,
    allowing users to sign document content and also to
    verify that a signature is correct. Enveloped
    signatures, potentially using ID attributes and/or
    Canonicalization and XPath transforms, are supported
    as are detached signatures that allow for the
    signing of large or non-XML documents. There is also
    comprehensive support for standalone
    canonicalization, both inclusive and exclusive, with
    and without comments, with the user also being
    allowed to set an XPath for specifying the portion
    of a document to use when generating the Canonical
    XML form.

    * A WSDL Analyzer has been added that will process a
    web service description and automatically generate
    an appropriate SOAP message for invoking the service.
    SOAP functionality has been extended with SOAP with
    Attachments (SAAJ), whereby the user can add or
    remove attachments to a SOAP message and view the
    resultant MIME message that is generated.

    * WebDAV and FTP can now be used for opening and
    saving remote files.

    * Attribute, text node results and Namespace Prefix
    Mappings are supported for XPath searches.

    * New menu items have been included to add/modify
    an XML declaration (including the encoding),
    Document Type Declaration or Schema location and
    also to resolve XIncludes.

    -----------------------------------------------------
    PRICING AND AVAILABILITY:
    -----------------------------------------------------

    We currently offer 3 types of licenses:

    * Evaluation License:

    Evaluate the Exchanger XML Editor for
    30 days, free of charge.

    * Academic/Non-Profit License:

    This license is available to anybody
    using the Exchanger XML Editor for
    Non-Profit purposes.

    The price of a Non-Profit license is:
    45 USD / 39 EURO / 29 GBP
    [VAT Included]

    * Permanent License:

    The price of a Permanent license is:
    98 USD / 85 EURO / 60 GBP
    [VAT not Included for EU based clients.]

    Upon purchase, we give you:

    - Free online support,
    - Free 2.x upgrades,

    For more information:
    http://www.exchangerxml.com/editor/buy.htm

    Please contact us for Academic Discounts
    and Organisation Wide licenses:

    Tel: +353 91 861625

    -----------------------------------------------------
    SUPPORT:
    -----------------------------------------------------

    For support and to extend your evaluation period
    please contact us at:


    For sales related enquiries, please
    contact us at:

    Tel: +353 91 861625

    -----------------------------------------------------
    ABOUT CLADONIA LTD:
    -----------------------------------------------------

    Cladonia is a software company based in Galway,
    Ireland that specialises in developing XML-based
    products and solutions. Cladonia also provides
    consultancy and custom development services to a
    number of national and international companies and
    is active in the open source community.

    Visit Cladonia on the web at:
    http://www.cladonia.com/

    -----------------------------------------------------

    Regards,
    Cladonia Ltd.
    Simplifying XML Development,
    http://www.cladonia.com/
     
    Edwin Dankert, Jun 8, 2004
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