Altova MapForce Basic Edition 2020 Release 2

Adds new Library Management system.
March 17, 2020 - 15:39
New Version

Features

All new Library Management system

  • MapForce includes a comprehensive data processing function library, and developers may also import libraries and build and save user-defined functions. In MapForce 2020r2, a new Manage Libraries window has been introduced to make this process more flexible and straightforward.
  • Adding to the ability to import libraries globally such that libraries and user defined functions are available to all mappings, the Manage Libraries window now lets users import them to a specific data mapping project (.mfd). This way, when you send a MapForce project file to colleague(s), it will already include any imported libraries – they do not have to be installed separately. This also makes it possible to, for example, easily copy and paste user-defined functions from one mapping to another seamlessly.
  • In the case of XML mappings, when a project imports XSLT or XQuery libraries, developers can now generate XSLT or XQuery code that references the imported library files using a relative path.
New Library Management system

Altova MapForce Basic Edition

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