Altova MapForce 2015 Basic Edition is a graphical XML data mapping tool for converting XML data in one format to any another XML format. MapForce converts data instantly or autogenerates industry-standard XSLT 1.0 or XSLT 2.0 data transformation code for use in recurrent conversions. This visual data integration tool is so powerful and so easy to use that you will soon wonder how you ever managed without it. You simply open your source and target XML Schemas, drop in data processing functions from the customizable libraries, and drag connecting lines between the elements you wish to associate. Support for wildcard characters allows you to split data into multiple files and even use file names as parameters in your mappings. Popular functions come standard with MapForce (e.g., filter, concatenate, sum, average, replace, etc.), and you can create and save your own complex data processing functions. You can even add existing XSLT functions into custom libraries to utilize in mapping projects. Once a mapping is defined, you can instantly view and save the output. MapForce Basic Edition outputs an XML instance document compliant with the target schema in your data mapping design. It also autogenerates an XSLT 1.0 or 2.0 stylesheet for royalty-free use in regular or repeated conversions. MapForce supports advanced XML-to-XML transformations involving multiple input and output schemas, or advanced multi-pass data transformations (from schema, to schema, to schema, etc.), for which you just insert additional XML Schemas into MapForce and draw further mappings. Tight integration with Altova StyleVision means that you can even render your transformation output in attractive HTML, RTF, Word, or PDF reports. MapForce 2015 Basic Edition is the easiest and most straightforward way to perform XML-to-XML data mappings, increasing the speed and efficiency of data integration projects.
What's new in this version:
Support for XML wildcards, powered by RaptorXML, support for comments and processing instructions in output XML, bug fixes, and other enhancements.