PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- XML '99 -- XMLSolutions announced the Beta program opening for release 1.0 of Schema Central(TM). This is the industry's first tool to provide centralized management of XML schemas and DTDs.
With large companies moving from the experimentation to implementation stages for XML-based applications, they are seeing a confusing proliferation of schemas from a variety of sources: industry standards groups, technology vendors, trading partners, and in-house projects.
Schema Central is a web-based management facility that simplifies XML implementation by providing the following benefits:
but incompatible, schemas
Schema Central allows an organization to set up a centralized repository of schemas, providing tools to import, generate, browse, edit, categorize, validate and manage the development of XML schemas and DTDs.
``Most large organizations have thousands of trading partners using a wide variety of schemas covering different functional areas. Without proper schema management, XML data exchange with these partners becomes a maintenance nightmare,'' says Priscilla Walmsley, VP of Development for XMLSolutions.
Through this announcement, XMLSolutions seeks companies interested in participating in the Beta testing cycle of Schema Central. Interested companies should contact the XMLSolutions sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 703-506-1111 or toll-free at 877-965-9657.
About XMLSolutions Corporation
XMLSolutions enables customers to profitably and painlessly expand their existing EDI implementation to non-EDI trading partners through EDI-XML translation.
Leveraging products and consulting services, XMLSolutions also allows
* Manage XML application development and deployment through DTD/Schema management and programming utilities. * Rapidly implement XML Application Integration (XAI) initiatives through custom application development using leading-edge products. * Enable legacy systems and data to participate in the e-commerce revolution.
XMLSolutions is headquartered in Northern Virginia, with offices in Charlotte, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Bangalore, India and The Hague.