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  • From: Mike Geiger <mike@PerCurrence.com>
  • To: "'xml-dev@lists.xml.org'" <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
  • Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2000 06:50:37 -0800

PerCurrence has a great product, PerXML, in beta which I see is not listed
in your report.  Following is the quick summary from xml.com.  You should
really download the beta to see the productivity improvements you can
achieve on your XML projects.  We are also very receptive to ideas for
making PerXML more useful.


PerXML Smart Messaging System
100% XML Application Development and Deployment Platform

The PerXML Smart Messaging System is an end-to-end XML application
development and server deployment platform. PerXML includes a powerful
templating language that allows easy connectivity to external data sources
and is itself a dialect of XML.  

PerXML is ideally suited for getting your business-to-business XML
initiatives started without complicated and expensive custom programming.
Typical applications that PerXML was specifically designed to address

Converting non-XML data into XML 
XML information exchange 
Transforming XML data into many different formats (e.g. XHTML, WML, etc.) 
e-marketplace integration 
Develop in XML

For application development, the PerXML Smart Messaging System integrates
with popular editors such as XML Spy and XMetaL. The PerXML Smart Messaging
System also includes a COM interface and a command line executable program. 

Deploy in XML

PerXML provides out-of-the-box support for a variety of application
deployment environments, including:

A high performance IIS Web server extension 
A COM interface for Visual Basic or ASP deployment
The PerXML Smart Messaging System comes with a highly rated tutorial and
complete reference guide. 

What are some examples of "transformation"? 

PerXML was designed to enable you to quickly and easily "transform" data.
Some examples of data transformation include: 

Transforming non-XML data into XML (e.g., relational database into XML) 
Transforming XML data into differently structured XML (e.g., XHTML, WML or
Transforming XML data into legacy data format for legacy system use 

-----Original Message-----
From: Ronald Bourret [mailto:rpbourret@rpbourret.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2000 4:25 PM
To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org; XML-L@LISTSERV.HEANET.IE;
Subject: ANN: XML Database products list updated

You can find an updated version of the XML database products list at:


I've added roughly 20 new products, added a new category for native XML
databases, and substantially rewritten a number of product descriptions,
especially in the areas of XML-Enabled Databases and XML Servers.

Ronald Bourret
Programming, Writing, and Training
XML, Databases, and Schemas


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