[xquery-talk] [ANNOUNCE] Release 2 of Stylus Studio(r) 2006 Released
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Mon Mar 27 17:21:41 PST 2006
Release 2 of Stylus Studio 2006 has just been released. The following
are some of the highlights of Stylus Studio 2006 Release 2 XML
• Enhanced EDI Support: Stylus Studio's EDI-to-XML and XML-to-EDI
tools now support hundreds of message and transaction set types of
EDIFACT and X12 - across dozens of versions - allowing EDI to be used
as easily as XML as input to XSLT and XQuery programs. And those same
programs can write output through the adapter, generating EDI
transparently and automatically. Stylus Studio supports the newest
release of X12, 5030, keeping the tradition of providing comprehensive
support of available versions of X12. Preliminary versions of EDIFACT
are also supported. Stylus Studio can now automatically convert to and
from EDIFACT versions from the prototype 88-1 to the present D05A
version. The International Air Transport Association dialect of EDI,
IATA PADIS, an EDI standard for air transportation, is also supported.
• Convert IATA to XML Schema: A new Document Wizard allows you to
convert an IATA documents to XML Schema, simplifying the verification
of IATA files converted to XML.
• Invoke Web Services from XQuery: Use the Stylus Studio Web Service
Call Composer to design and test any Web service invocation, then
generate the XQuery code needed to invoke the same SOAP request
directly in your XQuery application.
• Integration with xqDoc: Generate user-friendly documentation of your
XQuery libraries and modules for reference purposes.
• Support for Saxon 8.7 XSLT and XQuery Processor: Updated support for
developing applications using the Saxon schema-aware XQuery and XSLT
• Support for WSDL to Java Bindings: Integrated support for Apache
Axis Java code generation directly within the Stylus Studio Web
Service Call Composer.
• XML Adapter API Enhancements: Seamless access to relational
databases, EDI, flat files, and other legacy data from your XSLT
stylesheets or XQuery expressions can be done using Stylus Studio's
Java adapter components that are now easier to embed and offer even
faster streaming data performance.
You can download Stylus Studio(r) 2006 Release 2 today here:
The Stylus Studio Team
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