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RE:XML repository (was [xml-dev])

Title: RE:XML repository (was [xml-dev])

Hello S (wasn't there something about "tersity of markup" in the spec?),

There is exactly such a product. Barbadosoft will shortly be announcing the GA release of Barbados Modeler and CorteXML at XML Asia Pacific and XML 2001 respectively. CorteXML uses an extensible repository architecture to provide object-level management, re-use and version control and impact analysis for complex XML-based applications. It is designed with a powerful API for integration into existing environments.

Feel free to have a look at our web site or contact us by email if you would like more information.



John Anderson
CTO BarbadosoftTM
The XML Management Company
+31 (0)20 750 7582 / +31 (0)6 65 347 448 / www.barbadosoft.com

- putting the "X" in "XML" -

-----Original Message-----
From: S [mailto:zanpeach@yahoo.com]
Sent: 25 October 2001 17:16
To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Subject: [xml-dev]

I'm looking for an XML repository to
interface well with a more data-centric editor such as
XMLSpy.  We are currently using Source Integrity.
I've looked at XML Canon, but it seems to have
cumbersome source control if using the Gateway with a
3rd party editor.
We would like source & version control, schema, dtd, &
xslt storage, validation, data dictionary & element
level support, open architecture, interoperability
with an editor and the existing DBMS, etc., etc.
Is there such a product?

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