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   Re: XML Database products list updated

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  • From: Ronald Bourret <rpbourret@rpbourret.com>
  • To: Mike Geiger <mike@PerCurrence.com>
  • Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2000 23:12:29 -0800

Mike --

Are you receiving my messages? I have already replied twice to these
messages, stating that your product looks interesting, that I am out of
town on business this week, and that I will look at PerXML when I get

-- Ron

Mike Geiger wrote:
> 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.
> http://www.percurrence.com
> 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
> include:
> 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
> VoxML)
> 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;
> xml-dbms@egroups.com
> Subject: ANN: XML Database products list updated
> You can find an updated version of the XML database products list at:
>    http://www.rpbourret.com/xml/XMLDatabaseProds.htm
> 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.
> Enjoy,
> --
> Ronald Bourret
> Programming, Writing, and Training
> XML, Databases, and Schemas
> http://www.rpbourret.com

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


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