xml parser toolkits for "legacy" environment?

Juergen Modre jmodre at edu.uni-klu.ac.at
Sat Aug 1 10:31:13 BST 1998

Biron,Paul V wrote:
> Is anyone out there working on tools that would allow someone who is
> confined to "legacy" environments (COBOL, FORTRAN, etc. for programming
> languages and MUMPS, OS/400, MVS, etc. for operating systems) to use
> XML?

You can e.g. use the free "XML Generator" from
DataChannel (www.datachannel.com) to translate legacy data to XML.

"The DataChannel XML Generator lets you translate data from arbritary sources to XML.
Starting from delimited text files, you can XML-enable ANY application"

Hope this helps & all the best

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