XML Repositories – If You Can’t Beat ‘Em – Open Source ‘Em March 26, 2008Posted by Lee Dallas in Content Management.
Tags: EMC, Mark Logic, Open Source, Oracle, X-HIVE, XQuery
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Recently I read where Oracle contributed their XQilla XQuery Engine to the Apache open source community. The engine and the Oracle Berkeley DB XML repository are well known projects in the XML repository space. Despite the humanitarian rhetoric (and active contribution) that surrounds announcements like these, seldom does a large company have motivations for open sourcing their developments other than money. (more…)
XHive Brings Technical Publishing Vertical Solution to EMC February 1, 2008Posted by Lee Dallas in Content Management, Documentum, EMC.
Tags: ATA, Documentum, EMC, Mark Logic, Technical Publishing, X-HIVE, XML
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Imaging aside, I cannot point to any other product in the EMC portfolio that can be classified as a content creation tool other than the applet driven WebPublisher. Third party integrations may be on the price list but they are not necessarily part of the product line’s strategic direction. I suppose you could make the argument that the Xforms editor qualifies but that’s not nearly robust enough to manage something like an aircraft maintenance manual. This brings me to X-Hive.