There are several different ways of tracking change in XML documents with each representation having its own advantages in a particular use case scenario. Many document formats have change tracking built into the format, and these range from basic revision flags on added or deleted text, to a richer recording of changes to text and formatting.
But is there an ultimate change tracking approach that offers sophisticated processing and reliable representation of XML differences? We offer our findings of the different approaches we tested in finding and representing change.
XML Compare is used to compare the versions and present the difference reports to the reviewers and proofreaders. This process is initiated automatically eliminating human error and saving a majority of labour costs.
From checking new specs in airline manuals to making sure there are no extra zeros within pharmaceutical leaflets it’s important to know when your content changes, can you risk not knowing? For nearly as long as XML has existed DeltaXML has been developing and supporting XML comparison and merge solutions.
Discover how change, when harnessed and managed, can add real value to a publishing business. The widespread use of XML structured documentation systems, and the deployment of XML-aware change management tools, has made it possible to bring all of the advantages of structured information to the publishing of change.
Our new CALS tables algorithm means complex change isn’t complicated to understand.