Tools update: Morphon XML Editor, IBM Web Services Toolkit, Perl XML-DBMS
08:44, 4 Aug 2000 UTC | Edd Dumbill

A round-up of recent XML tools announcements:

  • Morphon XML editor beta 7 has been announced by Lunatech. The new version includes bugixes and adds the following features:

    • Plugin Views and support for customization for them in the CSSEditor
    • improved CSS support and CSSEditory
    • support for catalog files

    Morphon is a Java application, and is available for free in a time-limited demo form.

  • IBM's Web Services Toolkit allows the construction of web applications using SOAP, NASSLE (IBM's service description language), and WDS (their language for describing "non-operational characteristics of services". The toolkit also contains a broker with a SOAP API for discovering and publishing service details. The toolkit runs on the Java platform, and requires IBM-SOAP 1.2 and Xerces 1.0.3.

  • Ron Bourret announced Nick Semenov's port of Bourret's XML-DBMS to Perl. XML-DBMS is middleware for transferring data between XML documents and relational databases, originally developed in Java.

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