SRTransport — which lets you build transports that move and restructure their data — has been updated to version 5, adding support for more platforms and with new connections to data stores.
SRTransport is a data interface engine, controlling the movement and manipulation of data from a large list of sources and destinations. In addition to features aimed at end users, the folks at Schema Research say they’ve also incorporated “a powerful application programming interface for those looking to add this type of functionality into their own applications.
SRTransport has a drag-and-drop user interface for configuring and testing data transports. It runs on all Schema supported platforms, including Mac OS X, OS X Server, NT, Solaris, HPUX, and Linux. Dynamically loaded transport modules are available for various platforms, including an EOF module for platforms supporting WebObjects/PDO.
Version 5 supports drag-n-dropping of pre-configured components. The transport modules that are now supported include XML, JDBC, ODBC, EOF, Flat-File, Sybase and Oracle.
The pricing structure for SRTransport has also been overhauled. The new price schedule scales accommodate the greater needs for connectivity, flexibility and speed, according to the folks at Schema. An additional purchasing option is “SRTransport for OpenBase” available from