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  • When to use XML Data Compare

    When to use XML Data Compare

    Our aims in developing XML Data Compare were twofold. First, we wanted to make it easier to use without the need for software development or programming skills...


  • A deep-dive into managing your (SaaS) data

    At DeltaXML we are actively working on Software as a Service (SaaS) products. These are services for JSON and XML where we provide both the comparison and merge algorithms and also the cloud compute resources to run them.

  • Securely handling your data in SaaS

    Using any SaaS system raises questions about data security, confidentiality or data protection regulations. We want our customers using DeltaJSON SaaS to feel secure in the knowledge we take our responsibilities seriously.

  • 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. It is more common when using XML for data that the order of elements are unimportant during data capture or storage...

  • Comparing Config Files with XML Data Compare

    Telephone Config Files Configuration files generally include settings for the system they are designed for.  At DeltaXML we sometimes want...

  • Using Numeric Tolerances with XML Data Compare

    XML is often used to represent engineering, scientific, or financial data where numeric values are important. Sometimes small changes in...

  • First Steps with XML Data Compare

    Optimised for XML containing structured data, as opposed to XML documents which contain more narrative free-flowing content, XML Data Compare...

  • Git merge – where do we fit in?

    This post examines and discusses the various ways in which the git merge process can be extended and explains why...

  • XML In Smart Cities? Really? How?

    I can imagine you have heard the term ‘smart city’ thrown around in the media a lot recently, but what...