Protocol Specification Document Management -
Groupement des Cartes Bancaires
E-XMLMedia's XMLizer product is in production use at
Groupement des Cartes Bancaires, also known as the CB
credit card. CB manages the protocols used by
170 member organizations. A team of protocol designers create
new protocols at the request of member organizations. The
complete lifecycle of the creation of a protocol may take a
year or more before it is implemented by associated
organizations. The XMLizer is used to manage protocol
specification documents. The management system contains a
unique feature in that the telecommunications cost of a
protocol specification may be computed directly from cost
factors specified as part of the protocol. This cost
computation helps member organizations determine the return on
investment of a particular protocol.
The architecture of the system uses a relational database for
storage of the document specifications and cost
factors. XMLizer extracts XML from the relational database. XSLT
is used to generate PDF format output from XML extracted from
the relational database
Click here for a
reference customer description of the projection (in
french). (Word 475 KB)
Management and Dissemination of Legal Texts -
Joint with Teamlog
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E-XMLMedia's repository has been delivered into production
use for the Senate of France. In cooperation with Teamlog,
the Senate of France manages and disseminates legal
texts via the Internet. The application applies E-XMLMedia XML
expertise to enhance a classical three-tiered architecture
- A graphic Web interface that permits the consultation and
management of documents - HTML and PDF are generated from XML
- A XML optimized middleware server for management of the
Web browsers, applications software, and the flow of
- A high performance XML database server built with
E-XMLMedia's XML Repository.
- Integration of text searching and data searching capabilities.
XML is used to model and represent a mix of documents and
data. This information is stored in an XML database tightly
integrated with Oracle. To optimize performance, E-XMLMedia
developed an XML cache and integrated it with the Repository.
The presentation of documents is accomplished by XSL.
here for the E-XMLMedia and Teamlog Press Release (PDF 29 KB)