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Docucorp Announces Transall 11.0

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

DALLAS & LONDON--Nov. 9, 2004-- Docucorp International, a leading provider of enterprise information solutions, announced today the availability of Transall 11.0, a new version of its data translation tool that enables data interchange between enterprise-wide applications. Transall extracts data from host and PC-based files, XML documents, print streams and databases, and then organizes and normalizes the data for storage or use with other systems. "Transall provides users with a rapid development tool to effectively and easily accept data from a variety of data sources in standard and priority formats, and then organize the data as needed to feed back office systems or data repositories," said Bruce Dale, senior vice president, products, Docucorp International. "Transall is a powerful tool to link legacy applications and traditional host applications with Web initiatives." Transall 11.0 highlights include: Print stream data source - offers new capabilities for gathering data from print stream files, including AFP, Metacode, PCL and text. Enhanced scripting syntax support - expands support for Visual Basic's scripting language, including new syntax constructs and built-in functions. Enhanced source and destination metadata update - automates the process of updating data source and destination content. Scripted data sources and destinations - processes data from new types of sources and destinations, such as custom DLLs, COM or Java objects. Current licensees of Transall will receive upgrade notices from Docucorp's Customer Support on how to receive the newest version. For more information, call 1-800-735-6620 or e-mail info@docucorp.com.

 

 

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