PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 13, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — RenderX (www.renderx.com), the leader in XML formatting solutions, released a new product – DB2XML – which enables RenderX’s reporting and rendering products to use databases and CSV files as data sources.

DB2XML (www.renderx.com/tools/db2xml.html) is an excellent product for those who need simple, yet very high-performance solution for transforming data from relational databases (such as Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, or MySQL) and CSV (Comma Separated Values) files to XML. It maps data to certain XML nodes and attributes. DB2XML has a powerful and easy-to use graphical user interface (GUI) to specify data sources, define data mapping rules, and generate XML files.

DB2XML has a one-click option for creating VisualXSL (www.renderx.com/tools/visualxsl.html) projects (such as statements, reports, bills, personalized marketing materials, etc.) and can be used as an XML generator for the VDPMill high-performance rendering application (www.renderx.com/tools/vdpmill.html).

Previously, RenderX integrated Altova MapForce® 2011 with VDPMill 4.0. VDPMill has a universal interface that allows any compliant application to be used as XML generator.

DB2XML can be used as a standalone product as well, yet official support is limited only to the users that use DB2XML as an add-on to VDPMill and VisualXSL.

DB2XML is currently free for download. To download the full version of DB2XML, as well as trial copies of VDPMill and VisualXSL, visit: http://www.renderx.com/download/index.html .

About RenderX:
RenderX, the recognized industry leader for software used for standards-based typeset-quality electronic and print output of business content, provides both standalone software products as well as integrated components into larger business solutions. XEP, RenderX’s original commercial engine and its flagship product, is the rendering engine of choice for XML/XSLFO to PDF, PostScript, and other paged formats generation.

RenderX’s patented technology is used by hundreds of organizations worldwide in the financial, consumer, insurance, government, manufacturing, transportation and pharmaceutical sectors to cost-effectively deliver dynamic documents in high volume to their customers, partners, and employees. RenderX also provides integration support for its software products, as well as provide professional services for custom software development and document design, generation, and management.

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RenderX is a registered trademark of RenderX, Inc. VDPMill is a trademark of RenderX, Inc. Altova, MissionKit, XMLSpy, MapForce, StyleVision, UModel, DatabaseSpy, DiffDog, SchemaAgent, SemanticWorks, Authentic, and AltovaXML are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Altova GmbH in the United States and/or other countries. The names of and reference to other companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

Media Contact:
Larry Sheremetyev
Director, Business Development
RenderX, Inc.
1 (650) 353-2091
larrysh@renderx.com .

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Original Story ID: 2011-10-1013-004 (7350) :: 2011-10-1013-004

Original Keywords: XML formatting solutions, VisualXSL,RenderX Inc, DB2XML, Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, or MySQL, VDPMill, xml, database reporting and rendering solution, renderx, pdf, postscript, afp, xps, Palo Alto California RenderX, Inc. Palo Alto California PALO ALTO, Calif.

Alternate Headline: RenderX releases a new free add-on to VisualXSL and VDPMill – DB2XML

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