SportsFeed Xml Processor 1.0 released

Discussion in 'XML' started by twostepted, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. twostepted

    twostepted Guest

    I'm happy to announce the 1.0 release of SportsFeed Xml Processor - a
    cross platform middleware service. SportsFeed has been running in
    production environments on the .NET framework and the Mono Runtime for
    several years but has just been publicly released.

    SportsFeed facilitates gathering and storing xml data to disk and
    database.
    It can be configured to read xml in a number of different ways
    including
    http, ftp, tcp/ip, and from local file systems. It can be configured
    to save
    xml files to disk in an ad-hoc directory structure and to save xml
    content
    to relational databases, all in real time. It has monitoring and
    scheduling
    features and is xml independent, database independent, and platform
    independent.

    This is an initial base release intended to gather awareness, support
    and
    participation from community members. If you're interested in this
    project
    please sign up for the users group or just send a message. The
    project is
    currently hosted at google groups. You can find a 30 day evaluation
    copy of
    the software, extensive documentation in html and pdf formats,
    configuration
    examples, and short briefs there. There is a devoted bug tracker at
    devzilla.
    The software is packaged as a single zip which is ready to be
    installed on Linux
    or Windows operating systems.

    http://groups.google.com/group/sportsfeed-users

    Enjoy,

    Travis
    twostepted, Jan 24, 2008
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