JetForm announces XML app

JetForm announces XML app

JetForm Corp.'s forthcoming Jaguar Web Pak, announced last week at the FOSE trade show in Washington, will deliver the same elec-tronic form to browsers running on desktop or handheld computers.

Andrew Bridge, vice president of North American government operations for the Ottawa company, said Jaguar uses the Extensible Markup Language to make the form compatible with all browsers. It can render Hypertext Markup Language, Dynamic HTML or Java depending on an individual browser's capability.

Jaguar Web Pak, set for release next month, consists of a point-and-click forms designer; a viewer for different browser types; and a forms server to merge data into templates, perform calculations and scripts, and generate Adobe Portable Document Format documents.

No price has been set for Jaguar Web Pak, Bridge said. The designer and viewer components will run under Microsoft Windows 9x, NT and 2000.

Contact JetForm at 703-448-9544.

'Susan M. Menke and Tony Lee Orr


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