Harness the power of visual XML document design and manipulation
Creating and manipulating XML document structure is a snap with the powerful visual designer of XML Thunder™. The easy to use, intuitive user interface allows developers to concentrate on working with the XML document structure and frees them up from the tedious task of having to define program level storage to accommodate the XML document.
Start with your XML schema, sample XML document, or WSDL file
Point, click and select your source - it's that easy! As an alternative to designing your XML structure, you can select your desired XML schema or sample XML document and then quickly map the XML nodes to the COBOL or C data structure elements. Improve productivity with XML Thunder™! Or you can derive XML from existing COBOL or C data structures that will result in auto mapped XML node-COBOL field pairings.
XML Thunder™ can be used to design and generate two distinct types of XML handling program code, XML Writers and XML Readers. An XML Writer is a subprogram that uses data passed to it to create an XML document and writes it to a data buffer. Conversely, an XML Reader is a subprogram that parses XML data passed to it in a buffer and populates the corresponding program data structures.
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