What is it?
Indigo Scape DRS is an advanced
Data Reporting System using HTML, XML and XQuery
to generate highly compatible and content rich
business reports and documents in standard HTML.
Indigo Data Reporting System comprises of the
Report Designer and the separate Report Engine
.NET Component Library. The Indigo Scape DRD Report
Designer creates the reports and the Report Engine
renders the Reports in HTML for use in your .NET
Applications or Websites.
How does it work?
HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the standard
markup language used to create web content. XQuery
is a query and functional programming language
that queries and transforms collections of structured
and unstructured data, usually in the form of
Indigo DRS bring these two technologies together
to create an advanced reporting and document generation
platform that is highly compatible and requires
no additional components, software or hardware
What is XQuery?
XQuery contains a superset of XPath expression
syntax to address specific parts of an XML document.
The language is based on the XQuery and XPath
Data Model (XDM) which uses a tree-structured
model of the information content of an XML document.
Do I need to change my Computer
or Operating System?
No, Indigo Scape does not require
expensive upgrades to existing hardware or software
and is designed to fit in with your current infrastructure
with a straightforward installation and setup.
Does it work on a Network?
Yes, It can be used on standalone
computers including laptops and/or across networks
LAN, WAN and Wireless.
Will it work for me?
Indigo DRS reports give the best
functionality and compatibility and because they
use standard HTML for reporting the reports can
be displayed on any type of device whether a PC,
tablet, mobile and in any type of browser.
What is a Web Feed?
A feed, also known as RSS feed, XML feed, syndicated
content, or web feed, is frequently updated content
published by a website. It is usually used for
news and blog Websites, but can also be used for
distributing other types of digital content, including
pictures, audio, or video.
What does RSS mean?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and
is used to describe the technology used in creating