Altova Version 2017 Release 3 now available
News|by Leanne Bevan|10 April 2017
A new version of MapForce Server known as MapForce Server Accelerator Edition, which provides faster data integrating job processing, is among the new improvements to the Altova desktop developer tools and server software products in the latest release.
Other new functionalities include the back-mapping of XSLT and XQuery output in XMLSpy, which provide a powerful new “join” component for data mapping within MapForce, and gives users the ability to convert a StyleVision design to a MobileTogether mobile app design. Carry out back-mapping without altering any of the code.
With Altova LicenseServer, in Release 3 administrators can now also let developer check out licenses for a specific period of time so they can work offline. Users can check out a license from the license pool for up to 30 days, so that the license is stored on the product machine.
Also, JSON support has now been updated to include JSON5, making JSON code easier to read and write. Furthermore, the modernised Find/Replace bar is now also available within DatabaseSpy, MapForce, and StyleVision. Plus, the Find bar supports multi-line searches.
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