Stylus Studio 6 XML IDE released with Java code generation

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News: Stylus Studio 6 XML IDE released with Java code generation

  1. DataDirect has released Stylus Studio 6 XML Enterprise Edition, a new XML IDE for advanced data integration.

    Interesting new features for the Java community include:

    (1) Java Code Generation: Automatically generate the Java code needed to make XSLT or XQuery go. Uses standard JAXP code in the case of XSLT.
    (2) Generate Java-XML bindings (JAXB): Automatically generate JAXB bindings from an XML Schema.
    (3) Updated support for XQuery working draft of April 2005 - obviously we think XQuery is going to be a critical middleware technology.

    Additionally, the product already has a built in JSP editor and Java IDE capabilities, and fully supports Xerces-J, Xalan-J, Apache FOP, Saxon, Apache Axis, etc.

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  2. It's a nice tool....but[ Go to top ]

    There are free alternatives - http://www.c24.biz - that cover more than just XML.
  3. It's a nice tool....but[ Go to top ]

    Why is there a "Buy Now" button on the website?
  4. because there are[ Go to top ]

    Open and Enterprise Editions
  5. It's a nice tool....but[ Go to top ]

    There are free alternatives - http://www.c24.biz - that cover more than just XML.

    But only "free for non commercial use" :/
  6. ... but does Stylus Studio (and the myriad of other XML - Java binding tools) support code deployment of complex schema constructs such as xsi:type, substitution groups, chameleon schemas and redefines?

    Ever tried it out on a behemoth of a schema like FpML? JAXB for one falls flat on it's back.

    ... and does it support and allow interoperability with flat files, RDBMS, XMI, RELAX NG stuctures?

    ... and I'm 100% certain it doesn't come with pre-built models for legacy file structures such as SWIFT FIN, FIX, Oasys Global, CREST, CHIPS, Fedwire, EDIFACT.

    Well guess what? C24's Integration Objects (IO) does, and can, and is in use today in many tier one financial institutions around the world.

    'Free for non commerical use'. Yes. But we've all got make a living.

    Simon Heinrich
    C24
  7. free or not[ Go to top ]

    'Free for non commerical use'. Yes. But we've all got make a living.

    fair enough. But to claim it was a "free alternative", as done in Steve Millers earlier mail, is misleading at best. I am sure I can get a free demo from Stylus as well.

    christian
  8. Autogenerated Xquerytools[ Go to top ]

    Hi
    With all this XML/XSD flying around...
    Where is the tool that can read an XSD file, generate a form based on info from the xsd file, generate a xquery, retrieve data from the XML-file based on the query, formatted in a nice way ???

    What a tool for examine log-files etc. !!

    /Jan
  9. XML Schema and XQuery Tool links[ Go to top ]

    Some links that sort-of address the issues you raise:

    XML Schema Tools to read, edit, validate, generate, convert, document, (etc.) XML schemas.

    XQuery Tools for editing, debugging, testing, mapping, profiling, (etc.) XQuery.

    XSLT Tools like an XSLT designer, debugger, editor, profiler, generator (etc.) for formatting XML in a nice way.


    Data converstion tools for converting data (such as log files, dBase, EDI/EDIFACT/x12, binary, csv, etc.) into XML.