To begin updating change between translated documents, you first need to find out exactly what has changed, then find the equivalent places in the translated document. With the move to representing documents as structured XML comes a new set of technical solutions based around intelligent three-way structured merging – synchronisation.
This paper presents a comprehensive and generic solution to the problems of managing changing “source language” documents and propagating those changes to translated versions in multiple languages.
Branch and merge may be a software developer’s dream, but using this technique with structured documents can turn into a nightmare. The merge process is so often a manual one: cut and paste and get frustrated. Can structured XML merge turn the nightmare back into a dream?
Most corporate and institutional XML data is in constant flux. Managing change in XML environments, empowers businesses and organisations not just to record change but to use change as a powerful and valuable asset.
The ability to consistently identify updates and mirror changes in existing information carries added significance when working with Semcon where new product introductions are accompanied with tight deadlines. DeltaXML’s unique ability to compare structured documents with accuracy becomes a necessity in the workplace.