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CambridgeDocs Announces .NET API for Unstructured Content Transformation, Publishing, and Web Services Using XML

CambridgeDocs Announces .NET API for Unstructured Content Transformation, Publishing, and Web Services Using XML

(November 19, 2003) - CambridgeDocs, specializing in XML-based content integration, today announced its .NET API for incorporating unstructured content, including PDF files and other popular file formats, into custom .NET applications.

The .NET API provides access to the content transformation capabilities of the xDoc Transformation Engine (XTE), which is the center of the CambridgeDocs XML Content Backbone. The .NET API allows for submission of individual or batch files for mbridgeDocs xDoc Content Transformation Server (xCTS). The .NET API allows organizations to syndicate unstructured content as XML via a Web services architecture.

The xDoc Content Transformation Server provides XML-based transformations of documents and content from multiple legacy source formats into XML which can then be published to popular desktop formats, such as PDF and Microsoft Word.

The xCTS supports open XML-based standards for publishing and transformation, including XSLT, and XSL:FO. It can also use any XML-schema or DTD as the target or source for transformation, including DocBook XML, 3001 MIL STD, Legal XML ,or customer-specific schemas or DTDs.

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