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Transformer 2.3 Adds Support for FpML and ICMA TRAX 2005 Libraries

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Trace Financial Ltd. has released version 2.3 of its Transformer data integration and message mediation platform. New to this version is support for FpML and ICMA TRAX 2005 message libraries.

The new release also offers automatic web service deployment from within the Transformer development environment and a dynamic testing facility, either from files or databases, for Transformer mapping definitions.

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