Altova updated its XML, database and UML tool suite, MissionKit this month to v2010. The new version has gained support for a number of newer technologies and is compatible with Microsoft Windows 7. MissionKit contains tools for software architects at both the professional and enterprise level. These cover areas such as XML editing, data mapping, style sheet design, database schema comparison and XML and database content diffs. New features include support for WSDL 2.0 in the XMLSpy XML editor and the MapForce data mapping tool, support for JSON in XML Spy, support for SysML in the UModel UML tool and the ability to work with XBRL in XMLSpy.
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Altova product manager David McGahey demonstrated XML, database and UML tools, including Altova MissionKit 2009 for XML developers and Altova Version 2009's new Service Pack 1 at TechEd. Particularly cool, he said, is Version 2009's Sequence Diagram generation in UModel 2009.