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Reducing the risk of errors and cutting the cost of compliance, with dependable, automatic change detection.

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Streamlining collaboration and simplifying debugging, with intelligent comparison and merging of XML code.

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Helping you make sense of change in large XML datasets and manage complex configuration files.

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Our Products

Comparing Your Content

DeltaXML comparison software enables you to find and present all the relevant changes within your XML documents or files.

Its sophisticated algorithms interpret the structure of your XML and work out where the real changes are. The results can be transformed into whatever form your systems or processes require.

DeltaXML’s enterprise-strength toolkit has a flexible API that can be integrated transparently into almost any system or product.

Merging Your Content

DeltaXML merge software allows you to intelligently recombine multiple documents or datasets into a single file.

It interprets the underlying XML structure to identify all of the meaningful changes and merge them into a complete, marked-up file. The results are easily viewed in an XML editor or can be processed using custom rules.

This powerful toolkit has a flexible API that can be integrated transparently into almost any system or product.

Embedding DeltaXML in your products

Leading OEMs, from software developers to hardware manufacturers have DeltaXML functionality embedded in their systems. How could DeltaXML simplify your build-or-buy decision?

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Free trial and live demo

If you would like to try DeltaXML for yourself, please check out our live demo where you can upload files to compare.

Or you can check out a free trial of the full DeltaXML product.

Latest from the DeltaXML Blog

27 Feb, 2020

Our Stance on Java

Java has undergone some fairly major licensing changes in recent years and we have experienced different reactions to that from our customers.

We have no plans to move away from Java but we see an increasing need to widen our testing and support to include non-Oracle distributions. Read More…

26 Nov, 2019

Matching Records that are in No Particular Order

By default, elements are treated as ordered when XML Data Compare aligns XML elements for comparison. However, in certain instances such as entries in an electronic address book, data can be stored in any order.