xsl:easy 4.0 - Easy Mapping Create mappings graphically With xsl:easy 4.0, nothing is easier than creating your mappings graphically. Its clearly arranged interface makes it simple to select input and output. Various adapters are provided to allow you to work with non-XML data. For example, with xsl:easy you can process CSV text data (MS Excel). XSL Mappings have never been so easy! Data mappings are created in the graphical XSL editor using drag&drop. You can even create completely executable stand-alone applications. These applications contain all pipelines including all XSL stylesheets, input and output adapters that were defined in the pipelines. The applications can start transformations from the command line or can be integrated into separate Java applications. The most important features include: -Visual XSLT design: Data mappings are created quickly and easily by drag&drop -Input, mapping and output are shown in a pipeline and can be simply executed -Adapter for bidirectional transformation between CSV data (MS Excel) and XML -Immediate preview of the mapping results -Transformation projects can be exported as completely executable stand-alone applications -Command line interface for batch transformations -Integrated XML-Schema (XSD) editor -The look and feel of Eclipse, the standard enviroment for many programmers Pipeline serves as a graphically defined run configuration -Revolutionary concept for the definition of transformation sequences, so called pipelines -Select input, mapping and output by drag&drop -Automatically preconfigure the input and output of XSL-mappings -Direct execution and debugging of the pipeline Create XSL mappings graphically -XSLT editor with graphical input structure and style sheet structure view -Use drag&drop to create mappings between input structure and stylesheet -Create and process any XML-structures xsl:easy 4.0 is also available as an Eclipse plug-in.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||193.07 MB|
|Operating System||Windows 7 Windows NT Windows Vista Windows XP Windows Windows 2000|