New CAM Editor v2.3 with Open-XDX for Open Data APIs

Creating actual working XML exchanges, loading data from data stores, generating XML, testing, integrating with web services and then deployment delivery takes a lot of coding and effort. Then writing the documentation, models, schema and doing naming and design rule (NDR) checks and packaging all this together (such as for NIEM IEPD use).

What if there was a tool that helped you do all that easily and simply?

Welcome to the new Open-XDX and the CAM Editor!

Open-XDX uses code-free techniques in combination with CAM templates and visual drag and drop to rapidly design your XML exchange. Then Open-XDX will automatically generate all the SQL for you, read the database data, generate and populate the valid output XML, and filter with parameters. To complete the processing solution Open-XDX works with web services and JDBC database connections as a callable module that can be deployed plug and play with your middleware stack, all with just a few lines of Java code (about 5 actually).

You can build either Query/Response or Publish/Subscribe services from existing data stores to XML literally in minutes. To see a demonstration of using Open-XDX, a MySQL data store and integrating with Oracle Web Logic server please see this short few minutes video - http://youtube.com/user/TheCameditor

There is also a Quick Guide available that provides more technical insights along with a sample pack download of templates and SQL that you can try for yourself.

 To view online demonstrations of using Open-XDX see the VerifyXML.org site and GitHub resources.

Head on over to our project resource site to learn more, download the latest CAM Editor and see links to all the resources and materials.

We look forward to seeing how the developer community is able to jump start information sharing initiatives using this new innovative approach.

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Not all XML is created equal. XML Orb looks at the challenges of creating information exchanges with XML and NIEM and how this can be made simpler, comprehensible, consistent and reliable.

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