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Munich, Bayern, Germany, 2009/08/14 - A7Soft has added full Unicode support to ExamXML, visual XML comparison application. Unicode character encoding provides multilingual environment by recognizing most of the language alphabets: Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, Chinese, etc.
A7Soft is proud to announce the release of ExamXML 4.60. The newest version of the ExamXML gives users a series of important innovations. It fully supports Unicode the industry standard, which means that one XML document can contain symbols from various international character sets (Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, Chinese, etc.). These added competencies further expand the ability of ExamXML to compare and merge XML documents in various encodings.
Previously, Western (ISO-8859-1) was the default character set of ExamXML. This standard supported English and other Latin languages only. Unicode support establishes another level of usability in ExamXML. Users can now compare XML files most of the world's non-Western languages, including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Greek and Hebrew, among others.
ExamXML displays the XML document in a tree view, highlighting differences down to the level of elements, words or attributes, so that you can view exactly which attributes and elements have been added, modified or deleted.
Unique to ExamXML is its ability to ignore elements that match user defined condition.
Besides the usual textual comparison, ExamXML adds ability to compare numbers in numeric format and dates in date/time formats. You can save the results of comparison into a XML report file.
"We are excited about this milestone in ExamXML’s development," said Markus Gross, A7Soft Vice President. "Enhanced with integrated Unicode support, ExamXML 4.60 is a great example of ongoing commitment to furthering access to the XML document no matter the language of origin.
ExamXML costs $29 (USD) for a single-user license with free upgrades. A site license is also available. You can find a fully functional trial version from the a7soft.com/.