XML-based RightDoc Dynamically Generates Content

RightDoc Co. Monday released
RightDoc 1.0, its XML-based content management and publishing engine.
RightDoc dynamically generates XML documents in Enterprise- or Web
server-based Visual Basic, C++, J++, Delphi, Excel, Access applications.


RightDoc extends the power of these applications by dynamically generating
“visually appealing, highly personalized” XML-based forms, reports, billing
statements, legal contracts, letters and other documents. It also enables
developers to incorporate XML-based document infrastructures in their
applications.


The product features built-in variable text merging, along with conditional
formatting and processing and enables companies to create sets of “Smart”
documents, with each document having the ability to edit itself based on
the data that is provided.


RightDoc’s Integrated Development Environment (IDE) enables developers to
tightly integrate their application line of business variable data with
business rules, math calculations, variable formatting styles, and reusable
textual components. This facilitates the dynamic creation of layout
intensive pages from separate reusable content, styles and application data.


Form-based editors included in RightDoc aid in the creation and
modification of processing tags, styles and style properties and XML
entities, which provides an easy transition to XML. The product was
designed to allow “developers” to be middle-level users, including system
or business analysts, or even entry-level programmers.


RightDoc is selling for an introductory price of $249 per development seat
and is available for Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows NT.

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