How to download and install XML Converter with command-line interface Evaluation version?
XML Converter with command-line interface is designed for both (x86 and x64) operating system platforms and works under the .NET Framework.
The XML Converter with command-line interface runs on:
- Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 (SP 6a required)
- Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP2 Recommended)
- Microsoft Windows XP Professional
- Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
- Microsoft Windows Vista family
- Microsoft Windows 7 family
(We are sorry, Windows 95\98\Me and Windows 3.1 systems are not supported)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 or later (install Internet Explorer 6.0)
To author with XML Converter with command-line interface, your system should be
equipped with the following:
Pentium 90 MHz (minimum) or faster (recommended)
32 MB RAM (minimum) or more (96 MB or more recommended)
50 MB free disk space (minimum) or more
Installation of XML Converter with command-line interface includes the following three steps:
1. Install .NET Framework
If you have an old computer that has not been updated for last several years you need to check for the following.
Visit Microsoft Download center
The XML Converter with command-line interface is written for .NET Framework 1.0.
Before launch XML Converter setup package you need to install on your computer the
.NET Framework redistributable package Dotnetfx.exe. It is available as a stand-alone
executable file. As a result of downloading you will receive a file named Dotnetfx.exe. Use Dotnetfx.exe for deployment purposes.
Before download Dotnetfx.exe please read .NET Framework Redistributable End-User License Agreement
Note that administrator privileges are required to install Dotnetfx.exe.
If you have previously installed the .NET Framework SDK or Microsoft Visual Studio .NET,
you do not need to install Dotnetfx.exe.
How to detect .Net framework installed or not?
You need the MS .Net framework to run this application. The .Net framework is a foundation that a wide variety of applications can build on without repeating basic information, and vertical apps can be very small in size. The .Net should not hurt your PC in any way. Here is how to check if you have .Net, and what version:
Go to "Control Panel" of your PC. Then select "Add or Remove Programs" and see if it is listed there. If it is - you have it, if it is not - you need to install it.
If there is one of the following records presented in the Programs list:
Microsoft .NET Framework v1.0.3705
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
you do not need to install .NET Framework. Also if you have latest versions of .NET listed (3.5 or 4.0) you do not need to install. Otherwise you need to download and install .Net Framework.
2. Install Data Access Components
After downloading and installing the Dotnetfx.exe, which contains .NET Framework redistributable package,
you will need to install mdac_typ.exe. XML Converter relies on a number of database connectivity options that are available for free. These come in Microsoft's MDAC_TYP.EXE. To check if you have it installed or what version you have please download MDAC_TYP.EXE and run it. It will provide you with the information about what version of MDAC is currently installed on your PC if any present.
Download this file to any folder on your hard drive. Once downloaded double-click the mdac_typ.exe file to commence installation.
3. Install XML Converter with command-line interface
Finally, after installing mdac_typ.exe, which contains MDAC 2.8 files, you will need to download XML Converter Evaluation version.
Download XML Converter with command-line interface Evaluation
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