DataChannel and Microsoft Announce eXtensible Querying Language and eXtensible Stylesheet Language
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This release of XJ2 includes many enhancements of the first beta release of the parser, such as a high-performance validating XML engine, XQL support, and XTL data transformations.
By leveraging the XML specification, DataChannel and Microsoft are continuing to assist in the automation of e-commerce by using standards-based transaction and exchange protocols, the enabling of data-warehousing incorporating automated data exchange between disparate data stores and automated document and knowledge management systems.
This beta release of the XML Java parser includes the following features:
- XSL support - developers can apply style sheets to XML data and display or transform the data in a dynamic and flexible way
- XQL Querying of XML Data - the querying capabilities of the DataChannel XQL processor enable developers to locate and extract information in an XML data set on the client or the server
- XML Document Object Model (DOM) - the DOM is a standard object application-programming interface which provides developers with programmatic control of XML document content, structure, formats and more
- High-performance, validating XML engine - the XML engine supports W3C XML 1.0 and XML Namespaces, which enables developers to qualify element names uniquely and avoid conflicts between elements with the same name
- XML Schemas - schemas define the rules of an XML document, which elements can appear in combination and which attributes are available for each element
- Server-side XML, XSL and XQL - server-side processing allows the passing of data between multiple distributed application servers
To download XML Java Parser Beta 2, visit the DataChannel Inc. XML Web site.