[xquery-talk] IPSI-XQ v1.3.1 and Stylus Studio V5

Mark Galbreath mgalbreath at dirtroad.net
Fri Nov 14 11:33:43 PST 2003

But it's a Windoze-only tool...what good is that?

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  From: talk-bounces at xquery.com [mailto:talk-bounces at xquery.com]On Behalf Of
Jerry King
  Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 10:57 AM
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  Cc: cinnocen at progress.com
  Subject: [xquery-talk] IPSI-XQ v1.3.1 and Stylus Studio V5

  I read Patrick Lehti's recent posting about the availability of IPSI-XQ
v1.3.1 with great interest.  This looks like great work and I am encouraged
by all such progress in the XQuery domain.  However, I would be remiss to
not point out that Sonic Software's Stylus Studio XML tool was the first
advanced XQuery IDE available to the commercial marketplace - with a fully
functional, context sensitive auto-completion editor.  Stylus Studio's
visual XQuery mapping tool is also an innovative visual programming
environment with features such as step-by-step debugging, backmapping, and
profiling.  We hope such features will speed the adoption of this XQuery by
making it easier for corporate developers to work with this powerful new

  I welcome all inquiries and feedback concerning Stylus Studio.  You can
download a free evaluation copy at

  For those of you with an interest in history, Stylus Studio was originally
built to serve as the IDE for eXcelon's XML Information Server (XIS).
eXcelon was acquired by Progress Software in December 2002.   Stylus Studio
is now sold under the Sonic Software brand.  Sonic is a subsidiary of
Progress Software Corporation.


  Jerry King

  Director, Business Development

  XML Technologies

  Progress Software Corporation

  c: 207.807.7572

  jking at progress.com

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