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Ephox Introduces Dynamic XML Forms Solution
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Mar. 25, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Ephox (www.ephox.com) today unveiled EditLive!
for XML, the leading browser-based solution for creating intelligent XML forms and streamlining
information gathering. Ephox will be launching EditLive! for XML at the Gilbane Conference on Content
Management March 24-26 in Los Angeles.
EditLive! for XML's dynamic form templates are defined in industry standard XSLT and can be created in
the Ephox Visual Designer. Each form can have multiple views defined as well as productivity enhancing
features such as repeating sections, optional sections, conditional formatting and expressions.
The solution offers real-time validation of user input using W3C XML Schema. EditLive! for XML supports
the wide range of types and constraints defined in the XML Schema standard. It also dynamically
configures input controls including date and time pickers, drop down boxes and rich text fields according
to the schema.
EditLive! for XML is designed to be integrated seamlessly with Web applications and can submit content
directly to workflows in content management systems (CMS), CRM or other enterprise applications.
Information can easily be stored in a database or repository for reuse throughout an organization and
publishing to HTML, PDF or other formats.
EditLive! for XML combines the best features of forms and documents authoring with the industry's leading
support for rich text editing. Fields defined as XHTML enable users to import content from Microsoft
Word, apply styles, create tables, insert images and dozens of other features.
The EditLive! for XML solution is cross-platform running on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux on a full range
of browsers including Internet Explorer, Safari and Netscape. Unlike ActiveX-based and desktop solutions,
EditLive! for XML is built from the ground up with Java technology and can be easily deployed in secure
and controlled environments. EditLive! for XML is completely customizable and is configured using a rich
EditLive! for XML and the Visual Designer have full Unicode and international language support. Localized
versions will be available in a wide range of languages.
Pricing And Availability
An evaluation version can be downloaded from www.ephox.com. Pricing starts at $95 per user (minimum 10
users) or $9,990 for an unlimited user, single server license.
With over 1,200 customers and partners, Ephox is the world leader in enterprise-wide content authoring
solutions. Its cross-platform, Web-based software enables business users to create standards compliant
content in an intuitive, word-processor-like environment. Ephox's products enhance the productivity of
enterprise content management, knowledge management and eLearning. Ephox's end-user and OEM customers
include FileNet, Pfizer, Reuters, Sony Music and IBM Canada.
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