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XML Merge Product Sheet

XML Merge is a complete toolkit for reliably merging 3 or more XML documents or datasets into a single file. Download the product sheet to understand how the solution helps to identify all the meaningful diffs between your XML files.

Working within the structure of your files to identify real change.

Rather than comparing line-by-line, XML Merge identifies and matches up all the XML elements across your files, so it has a meaningful and dependable basis for comparing and merging your content.

XML Merge creates an output file which is based closely on your original ancestor file, with all the unresolved changes laid-out using precise, descriptive XML markup. This output file is passed through an XSLT pipeline, so you can apply transformations to generate the exact output that you require for internal workflow, wider distribution or in your product code.

Download this product sheet to:

  • Understand how XML Merge works within your processes and projects.
  • Learn how XML Merge processes content
  • Review important benefits the solution provides.
  • Recognise why XML Merge is chosen over other XML Merging tools.

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XML Merge provides an intelligent, XML-aware, merge tool. By integrating all the changes into a single XML file, with the commonalities and differences clearly identified, a wide variety of output results can be achieved.

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