Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 17:04:05 -0600 (CST) From: email@example.com (Alex Milowski) Subject: ANNOUNCE: DAE SDK Beta 2 Released
NEW IN THIS RELEASE
DAE (Document Application Environment) is a Java-based SDK for processing XML documents. The foundations of this SDK is the DSSSL Developer's Toolkit developed at Copernican Solutions. This toolkit is based on a componentized design allowing different technology components to be substituted in the DAE environment without affecting the other components.
The DAE currently supports: DSSSL SDQL, DSSSL Style Language, DSSSL Groves, XML processing, and Scheme or Java Programming.
In addition, the DAE has been integrated into a Java-based web server product called the DAE Server. This product allows development web-based DAE applications.
An add-on component called the JSPI (Java SGML Parsing Interface) provides parsing and grove generation for SGML documents using a native component.
We strongly believe that DSSSL, SGML, and XML technology in Java is fundamental technology. In light of this, we have restructured our licensing policy allows us to ensure that the right kind on technology--especially Java-based technology--is available for use and experimentation as well as for developing commercial products.
This policy also allows us to work with "Development Partners" ensuring our technology or what results from working with these Development Partners is available in a majority of web application environments. Development Partners benefit from a close development relationship, support, and immediate access to technology updates.
Non-Commercial Use - Free
Internal Commercial Use - Free
Commercial Re-distribution - Requires a Development Partner Agreement.
The DAE SDK and DAE Server software are now available for download at:
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