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Altova Authentic 2010 Enterprise Edition is an advanced WYSIWYG XML and database content editor that allows non-technical users to view and edit data in XML documents and relational databases without being exposed to the underlying technology. They simply fill in electronic forms using the word processor-style WYSIWYG interface, and the source XML documents or databases are automatically accessed and/or updated behind the scenes. Available as a desktop client or browser plug-in, Authentic 2010 Enterprise Edition is ideally suited as the user interface element of advanced XML-based document frameworks and database-oriented applications. It is perfect for use in XML authoring, document management, Web publishing, transaction reporting, and knowledge management applications. Advanced features like absolute positioning in design layouts make Authentic Enterprise Edition a powerful tool for editing enterprise e-Forms and content creation. Authentic end users are typically business people, such as office managers, order processors, salespeople, marketing professionals, authors, copywriters, reporters, or field representatives. The intuitive Authentic interface works like an intelligent word processor, accepting information through straightforward electronic forms, then validating it according to the rules of your schema or content model. This innovative approach to XML and database content editing unlocks corporate knowledge and increases overall efficiency. Authentic e-Forms are created and modified using Altova StyleVision, and Authentic comes with numerous pre-built forms for industry standard XML vocabularies included. Available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions, Authentic 2010 is a cost-effective and efficient solution for providing streamlined access to your enterprise business systems.
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