Seattle – January 29, 2004. QL2 Software released today version 2.2 of WebQL, its award winning unstructured data extraction tool. The most significant enhancements to version 2.2 involve internationalization. Specifically, WebQL version 2.2 now supports all the common international character sets - both single and multi-byte - and locale specific date and time formats.
"WebQL has enjoyed great success in the U.S. and has received considerable attention internationally" commented Chris Buckingham, president of QL2 Software. "Unfortunately, until now, the product had a distinct U.S. look and feel. Our customers and prospects outside the U.S. should find version 2.2 much more to their liking."
In addition to these internationalization features version 2.2 adds powerful tools for network monitoring, Web page change detection, and XSLT support to its existing XML capabilities.
For more information, logon to QL2 web site. A free 90-day download of WebQL version 2.2 is available to software developers.