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Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France, 2009/11/18 - SODIUS announced that its DXL Editor software has received the “Ready for IBM Rational Software” validation, offering a recognized solution to Rational® DOORS® user community - DXLeditor.com * Philippe-Faure.com.
IBM Rational DOORS is a well established platform for engineers, allowing them to manage their project requirements in a flexible environment. DOORS data is manipulated with a dedicated language, DXL (the DOORS eXtended Language). To overcome the limitations of current tools, SODIUS has developed the DXL Editor offering unmatched features to facilitate developers' lives.
Going far beyond syntax highlighting, the DXL Editor is a real development environment for DXL built on the market-leading Eclipse™ platform, bringing its richness and power to provide a first-class environment for editing and executing your DXL scripts, on par with other first-class languages such as Java™ and C++.
The DXL Editor provides code completion for DXL keywords and function names, directly execute DXL scripts, offers direct navigation to script errors and outline view of files for easy navigation.
Last but not least, the DXL Editor is made available for free. Users can obtain their free license online as well as get support from the technical forum.
In addition to the DXL Editor, SODIUS is also committed to support DOORS users with a version of its MDWorkbench® model-driven engineering framework. Named MDWorbench for DOORS, this add-on helps to architect DOORS databases, to reverse engineer DOORS schemas, to generate documents and to exchange any DOORS information with other environments. Detailed information can be retrieved on website.
"Ready for IBM Rational software" is an offering through which IBM Business Partner products are validated for integration with the IBM Rational Software Development Platform.
SODIUS (dxleditor.com) is a company specialized in Systems Engineering and interoperability. Its mission is to assist enterprises in the implementation or the improvement of their design process for technical systems, IT systems, organizational systems and process engineering. SODIUS is a technology provider for IBM as well as an IBM Business Partner.
SODIUS provides solutions to customize code generators, to interoperate with a number of system engineering tools, and create Word documentation from multiple models. SODIUS technology allows the user to incorporate files, databases, and models from a number of applications to be used simultaneously.