XSLT 2.0 and to some extent 1.0 are powerful languages when it comes to transforming documents and even for performing some tasks. But, as is often the case, to do something odd or unusual can often be impenetrable or just plain difficult. One of the advantages of using Intel® SOA Expressway is that most of the extension functions we have written to make configuration easier for BPEL based workflow are also available to the XSLT developer.
Many enterprises have invested in Oracle* Fusion Middleware for their SOA implementations, sometimes along with other SOA enabled applications such as Web 2.0, Content Management, Business Process Management, etc. As applications are born from this stack of software you start to realize (or further realize) the importance of the total management lifecycle for this new type of application suite. These demands can grow significantly, especially if you've attemped to deliver many at once, often called 'Big Bang SOA'.
In order to make use of this Cluster OpenMP license: You must have a valid, licensed Intel compiler, version 9.1 or later. Cluster OpenMP runs only with a LINUX* operating system (not Windows* or Mac OS* X), and only on Intel® 64 or IA-64 (Itanium®) architectures. The Cluster OpenMP license file will make it possible to use either the “-cluster-openmp” or “-cluster-openmp-profile” compiler options with your compiler when compiling a program.
Altova is well known for it's flagship product XMLSpy - as anyone who has worked extensively with XML data can tell you. However, they have an entire suite of product offerings, one of which is MapForce. As described on it's website: