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Free XML Junction to be Distributed by Data Junction Corporation

    Online News published in DMReview.com
March 13, 2000
 
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Austin, Texas, March 8, 2000 ?Data Junction Corporation, developers of data transformation software, announced general availability of XML Junction. This new release enables e-commerce and business integration professionals to XML- enable virtually any application or data source for a full range of e-commerce integration, application integration and business-to-business (B2B) data exchange projects. The product features automated creation of document type definitions (DTDs) and XML documents as well as myriad data-mapping and data- manipulation capabilities.

XML Junction is available only as a download at http://www.xmljunction.net, and is free to download until July 31, 2000. The product contains online documentation and tutorials. Once this promotion has ended, XML Junction will sell for $895.

XML Junction leverages Data Junction?s drag-and-drop interface and integration engine to rapidly map and transform more than 100 application and data formats to XML. DTDs and XML documents are automatically created with point-and-click ease, allowing data stored in any format (EDI, XML, SQL, Cobol, HL7, SAP, etc.) to be published to the Web or exchanged with any external application ? even data stored in complex hierarchical structures.

For more information, visit www.datajunction.com.


Rachel Rasmussen was a Web Editor of DMReview.com.



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