Release Notes: This version offers better support for Saxon 8.5.1, which allows users to take advantage of XSLT version 2.0, should they take this option. Support for grouping records into XML has also been enhanced.
Release Notes: A Swing extension has been added that may be used to create Swing user interfaces for running Serving XML services. It allows you to define menus and forms that accept parameter values and submit requests to run services.
Release Notes: This release adds support for repeating groups in flat file record mappings, required for converting edi files to XML. A new section "Converting edi files to XML" in the online examples shows how this works.
Release Notes: This release added features for date conversion, regular expression search and replace, and more general record-to-XML mappings.
Release Notes: This release contains substantial enhancements for XML to flat file conversion. It includes support for mapping multiple occurrences of an element to fields.
Release Notes: Presenting XML now supports filters that extract document fragments and perform serialization or other tasks on those fragments. The start-up configuration process now uses the same "inversion of control" (IoC) framework as the resources script.
Release Notes: This version made it easier to use the framework as an "inversion of control" container for assembling any third party components related to record and XML processing. Additional elements were added to support directory readers, remote file IO, dynamically generated SAX source events, and custom JDBC connection pools.
Release Notes: This version added support for custom record filters written in Java, ad-hoc SQL queries to XML mapping, and enhanced field-to-attribute and field-to-element mapping.
Release Notes: This release supports more general grouping of XML tags when mapping flat files to XML, and adds an extension that adapts Enterprise Distributed Technologies' FTP client to a stream sink.