An XML pipeline is a way to express the various steps in processing XML documents. Stylus Studio® provides powerful graphical tools for expressing XML pipelines in terms of a series of operations, for example, converting, validating, transforming, or performing other operations on an XML document. Using the XML Pipeline Stylus Studio®, Software Architects can easily visualize data integration applications at a higher level, and automate many common tasks including Java code generation and debugging of XML processing applications.
The XML pipe line can also be run without generating Java Code on the IVI Technologies XML Pipeline Server.
This online video tutorial covers the design and deployment of an data integration application that aggregates information from various heterogeneous data sources including CSV and EDI, then publishes the result to both an HTML and PDF output format.
With an intuitive graphical editor, the ability to use non-xml as data sources, cross-language debugging, Java code generation and more – see for yourself how Stylus Studio's XML Pipeline editor is easy and powerful way to link multiple XML transformation, validation and publishing operations in a single application.
XML processing usually involves more than one operation — rather it is a more complex tree involving multiple operations. Branches and conditions and validation also play a part. This section will show you how to manage all that using the XML Pipeline user interface, and you'll see also how breaking a big job into smaller ones allows reuse and unit testing. It's all coordinated through a scalable pipeline engine.
Learn how to build XML applications using Stylus Studio®'s XML pipeline designer — the industry's first and only true tool for for modeling, developing, debugging and deploying XML applications.
See how Stylus Studio® simplifies XML Programming by providing high-level XML Program modeling tools with integrated debugging and support of both top-down and bottom-up methodologies.
Using XML Pipeline, it's easy to visually specify one or more XML operations to perform on your data, for example, validating a file, transforming a document, publishing a PDF file, querying a database, converting your data and more. This tutorial explains all of the different XML operations that you can apply using XML Pipeline.
Learn how to use XML Pipelining to implement a sample Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) application involving legacy data sources and some data warehousing requirements. See first hand how Stylus Studio® is the easiest and most cost-effective way to implement ETL software solutions.
Enterprise Information Integration (EII) is a means of providing real-time views across multiple sources of data within one or across multiple organizations. In this tutorial, learn how to use the Stylus Studio® XML Pipeline designer to build, test and deploy EII applications.
Learn how to use Stylus Studio®'s EAI tools to unlock vast data silos in your enterprise for use in Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management, Supply Chain Management, and Human Resources Management applications.
The Stylus Studio XML pipe line can also be run without generating Java Code on the highgly scalable IVI Technologies XML Pipeline Server.
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