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   Announcement: xlinkit Rule Workbench release

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9th November, 2004

London based Systemwire Ltd, a supplier of data validation software
for the XML market, today introduced the xlinkit Rule Workbench, a
powerful rule authoring and management application aimed at XML
application developers. With the introduction of the xlinkit Rule
Workbench, released as the XML 2004 in Washington DC approaches,
developers can write constraints for XML in an easy to use graphical
environment. The product comes pre-packaged with tutorials to guide
users through the rule creation process. No previous coding experience
is required and business analysts can make use of this technology to
write their own rules.

The xlinkit Rule Workbench comes with powerful features that take the
pain out of mundane tasks such as writing complicated path expressions
and checking elements against the contents of relational reference
databases. Authoring rules could not be easier. Rules can be treated
as re-usable assets of the business. Sets of rules can be copied and
modified to cope with small alterations to XML document structures.
Business rules become visible and maintainable. The xlinkit Rule
Workbench helps to reduce significantly the cost and time associated
with deploying such rules.

“We have developed a product that makes the choice between buying off
the shelf and coding in-house a trivial one” said Ramin Dilmaghanian,
Managing Director of Systemwire. “We are committed to supporting the
adoption of XML by developing innovative value added products using
the latest technologies”.

The xlinkit Rule Workbench can be purchased online at
http://www.systemwire.com. A launch demonstration will be given as part
of the programme of the XML 2004 conference in Washington DC from 17-19

Christian Nentwich
Technical Director, Syste/\/\/ire

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