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ANNOUNCEMENT: Omniopera is released to open beta test

From: James Yegerlehner <james@kamiak.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 18:31:40 -0500 (EST)
Message-ID: <119b01c19d53$a0bd6e20$16d0e30c@c1273550a2>
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Hello all:

I'd be keen to hear what any of you (being XML schema experts) think about
the XML schema editing capability of our recently released Omniopera tool.
Below is the full text of our announcement.

Thanks for reading.

James Yegerlehner
Omniopera: XML Schema and WSDL Authoring Software

ANN: Kamiak releases Omniopera to open beta test

Omniopera: WSDL and XML Schema Editing Software
Omniopera features the most intuitive GUI for authoring web service
contracts (WSDL) and their data types (XML Schema). As such it is the
natural complement to any web service framework that allows you to generate
service skeletons from WSDL.

Why Omniopera?
Specialized markup languages are proliferating. These languages provide the
domain-specific types that the web services of tomorrow must exchange.
Furthermore, because these schemas precede the web service code that will
use them, the code must be created by generating the implementation classes
from the WSDL and schema.

We built Omniopera from the ground up with these facts in mind. Using
Omniopera you can easily create a platform- and framework- independent
definition of your web service's interface.

Key Features
+ Intuitive XML Schema and WSDL editing
+ WSDL creation and editing wizard
+ Complex type wizard
+ WSDL summary: a tabular display summarizing a web service
+ XML validation wizard

Omniopera Overview: http://www.omniopera.com/omniopera.html
Whitepaper: http://www.omniopera.com/omniopera_whitepaper.html
Download: http://www.omniopera.com/downloads.html

James Yegerlehner
Omniopera: XML Schema and WSDL Editing Software
Received on Tuesday, 15 January 2002 04:36:33 UTC

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