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Altova's XMLSPY to be Included in Borland Development Tools

Altova's XMLSPY to be Included in Borland Development Tools

(September 4, 2003) - A special edition of Altova XMLSPY 5 will be included within future editions of Borland Delphi Studio, Borland C++ Builder, and Borland C#Builder for the Microsoft .NET Framework IDEs. By combining a special version of the Altova XMLSPY 5 XML development environment with Borland XML enabled software development environments, the Borland developer community can easily model, edit, test, and debug XML-enabled enterprise applications.

"XML technologies have become an increasingly important aspect of enterprise software development projects," said Simon Thornhill, vice president and general manager of .NET solutions at Borland. "Our goal is to provide development teams with the tools they need to tackle their most challenging projects. By combining our XML enabled IDEs with Altova XMLSPY 5, we are helping to increase developer productivity, providing the tools needed to unite XML or Web services projects in a common language, facilitating broader communication."

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