[xsl] [Ann]New EDI-to-XML Support in Stylus Studio 6, Release 2

Subject: [xsl] [Ann]New EDI-to-XML Support in Stylus Studio 6, Release 2
From: Tony Lavinio <xml1@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 15:44:55 -0500
Dear xsl-list Community,

Stylus Studio 6 XML Professional Edition, Release 2 is now available for
free trial download at: http://www.stylusstudio.com/xml_download.html

The latest update of our XML IDE adds full support for Electronic Data
Interchange (EDI)-to-XML mapping in its Convert-to-XML legacy data
integration tool, and many new features and usability enhancements to
the Stylus Studio XML Schema Editor, Grid View, XML Mapper, XQuery
Editor and XSLT Editor.

Some of the highlights of the new release include:

* XSLT Editor: Updated support for the Saxon 8.1.1 XSLT processor.
* XML Data Server Connectivity: Integration with Mark Logic Content
  Interaction Server 2.2 and Sleepycat DB XML 2.0
* XML Editor: Updated XML editing and validation support for the XSV 2.8
  XML processor.
* Convert-to-XML: Full support for EDI-to-XML mapping, including
  component and subcomponent fields, as specified in HL7, UN/EDIFACT and
  ANSI/X12 specs, support for common datatypes including BCD (packed and
  unpacked) Comp-3 (COBOL format), and Zoned  (IBM signed/unsigned
  decimal), multiple match patterns, key/value pairs, lookup tables for
  decoding field values, XML Namespace/DOCTYPE support in output
  document, support for stop patterns to stop processing of a particular
  region, and many usability enhancements.
* XML Schema Editor: Simultaneous text-diagram view/editing in the XML
  Schema Editor, in-place editing of any XML Schema component
  references, support for substitution groups, intelligent copy/paste,
  enhanced XML Schema data model re-factoring capabilities, and many
  usability enhancements.
* XML Grid View: Expanded support for visual XPath analysis, rename
  element/attribute, remember column width & expansion state, and many
  other usability enhancements.

For more information about the new features visit:

Tony Lavinio
Stylus Studio Engineer

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