Based on our
proprietary technologies, we have
developed a set of tools for systems integrators,
technology-savvy vertical market organizations, and software
vendors. These tools are also used by Seaglex development and
professional services teams for creating and deploying custom
vertical market applications.
components of our product family are described below.
component of our tool suite comprises automation of web
site navigations, XML-driven form input and secure login
procedures, and structuralization of web pages resulting in XML
data extraction. Once
navigation, form and login information input, and web page
structuralization processes are described via xmEditorís visual
tools, resulting navigation scripts and input and output XML
schemas are stored in Seaglexís proprietary .xms format. In
order to test and fine-tune recorded procedures, xmEditor uses
the xmRunTime Engine. xmEditor Design Time Architecture is as follows:
applications of our technology involve structuralization and
normalization of data across multiple sites/documents,
unification and merging of often disparate schemas of these
various sources is crucial for processing extracted data.
Moreover, for integration with external XML sources, such as
backend business systems, it is essential to unify
xmEditor-generated schemas with schemas provided by the external
provides powerful visual schema mapping tools and records
resulting unification and merging procedures in its proprietary
.uni format. In order to test and fine-tune recorded procedures,
xmUnifier uses the xmUnifier RunTime Engine.
xmRunTime Engine and xmUnifier RunTime Engine
Seaglex RunTime Engines enable unattended
execution of scripts generated by xmEditor and xmUnifier.
xmRunTime Engine accepts .xms scripts as inputs and generates
streams of XML-structured information from Internet or Intranet
data sources that correspond to the scripts. xmRunTime Engine is
also used for testing and fine-tuning .xms scripts in the
xmEditor design environment.
Engine uses .uni scripts generated by xmUnifier and combines
multiple streams of XML data (that are provided by xmRunTime
Engine or external XML data sources) into a unified stream of
information for further processing. The following diagram illustrates our Runtime Architecture:
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