OAGi Partners Page
While OAGi never directly endorses solution providers, we try to recognize efforts they make to support OAGIS and other data standards.
We have been working with many solution providers since our inception in 1994, and we have seen many excellent tools and approaches. We do not receive payments from any of these solution providers, although some of them are OAGi members.
If your tools support OAGIS and you want to be posted on this page, please write to us here.
Altova® is the creator of XMLSpy® and other leading XML, database, and UML tools. Founded in 1992, Altova is headquartered in Beverly, Massachusetts and Vienna, Austria. A key player in the software tools industry and the leader in XML development tools, Altova is the choice of over 3 million clients worldwide, including 91 percent of the Fortune 500.
OAGi has a training agreement with Altova. We deliver our OAGIS "Quick Start" training using XML Spy and MissionKit.
GEFEG specializes in the development and delivery of solutions to customize and increase the consistency, integrity, interoperability and quality of metadata for data exchanges.
The specific GEFEG.FX for OAGIS software version supports OAGIS users to customize OAGIS BODs, to develop and document profiles of BODs, enrich BODs by validation rules and generate subset schemas, create user-specific documentation or validate instances. The full version of the GEFEG.FX software unites modeling, XML schema development, and editing of classic EDI standards (ASC X12, SAP IDoc, GS1 EANCOM®, Odette, UN/EDIFACT) in the very same software. The mapping module documents the relations between OAGIS fields and other B2B standards fields.
You can find their website here.
digitalML provides software products and services to companies with significant investment in XML-based infrastructure. Established in 2000 they deliver tools to help people manage their XML infrastructure. They are the developer of the IgniteXML software product. You can find their website here.
BizTalk Server 2006 Developer Guide for OAGIS - This document demonstrates how to implement Open Application Group Integration Specification (OAGIS®) within a BizTalk Server 2006 solution. You can find their website here.