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RightDoc 2.0 Features ODBC Integration with XML and CSS

RightDoc Company this week announced the release of RightDoc 2.0, an XML and CSS standards-based business document writer and cross-media publishing engine.

RightDoc provides multi-faceted Enterprise or Web-based business document solutions, and provides companies with the ability to generate personalized billing statements, letters, financial statements, invoices, forms, legal contracts, and business intelligence reports.

RightDoc supports cross-media documents, and enables the user to directly view and print, generate Web pages which meet the HTML 4.0 specification and device independent PDF format, as well as the standard PostScript format for the printing industry.

RightDoc's features include the native integration of external ODBC data, combined with conditional processing tags, reusable XML-based text elements, conditional CSS formatting styles, and images. This simplifies the creation of "intelligent" documents which can personalize themselves based upon line-of-business data. The RightDoc Query Designer also enables the creation of ad-hoc Exception and "Best Practices" reports.

The software has the ability to manipulate XML-based text elements, which makes it easy to conditionally assemble legal documents, contracts such as loan origination contracts, real estate contracts, and licensing agreements which are contingent upon individual contract data. RightDoc enables users to create XML and CSS standards-based document solutions using:
  • Enterprise and Web-based Visual Basic
  • C++
  • J++
  • Delphi
  • Access
  • Excel applications
  • RightDoc's standalone Workbench

RightDoc is available for Microsoft Windows 95, 98, and NT 3.51+ at an introductory price of $299 per development seat. For additional information, visit the RightDoc Web site.