New in RaptorXML Server 2022

Version 2022 of Altova RaptorXML Server was announced on October 27, 2021. Learn about all the new features below and update to the latest version.

RaptorXML Server 2022 (October 27, 2021)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
Support for OIM 1.0 XML/CSV/JSON transformation and validation
Support for Windows 11
macOS Big Sur and Linux Debian 11

Support for OIM for XBRL

OIM (Open Information Model) provides a syntax-independent model for XBRL data to be transformed into other formats such as CSV and JSON. Though XBRL provides an efficient, standards-based representation of business report data, such data is often stored and/or consumed in other formats. OIM is an abstraction layer that decouples XBRL from the underlying XML syntax. As well as the core OIM, the spec provides a mechanism for mappings to JSON and CSV formats for XBRL data. This way, organizations can take advantage of the functionality of XBRL and at the same time have XBRL documents written in JSON and/or CSV.

RaptorXML+XBRL Server now supports high-performance validation of OIM XBRL reports in XML, CSV, and JSON, as well as transformation between those formats. It is one of the first XBRL validation engines in the industry to support this promising new standard.

Support for Windows 11

Windows 11 represents a significant operating system upgrade from Microsoft that offers improved stability, security, scalability, and enhanced performance. Altova is proud to release full Windows 11 compatibility in its v2022 product line, including RaptorXML Server.

Support for macOS Big Sur and Linux Debian 11

In addition to Windows 11, RaptorXML Server may now also run on the latest macOS and Linux operating systems.

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New Features in Previous Versions

Learn about all the additional functionality that has been added in each release of RaptorXML Server.

RaptorXML Server 2021r3 (June 1, 2021)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
Support for JSON Schema versions 2019-09, 2020-12
RaptorXML Server 2021r2 (March 4, 2021)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
Support for installation on Windows Server Core
Support for CentOS 8
RaptorXML Server 2021 (October 14, 2020)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
XBRL Taxonomy Manager
COVID-19 related XBRL taxonomy updates
Extended .NET API
New Altova extension functions to retrieve schema-related info
RaptorXML Server 2020r2 (March 17, 2020)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
Support for Data Types Registry
Support for Extensible Enumerations 2.0
Support for OS X 10.15
RaptorXML Server 2020 (October 9, 2019)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
XULE support
RaptorXML Server 2019 R3 (April 2, 2019)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
Support for JSON Schema draft-06 and draft-07
Support for Windows Server 2019
Support for macOS 10.14
RaptorXML Server 2019 (October 17, 2018)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
Python API now supports XPath, XSLT, XQuery
Support for XBRL Generic Preferred Label
Removal of duplicate XBRL facts
RaptorXML Server 2018r2 (April 17, 2018)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
XBRL Certified™ Software designation from XBRL International
DQC Certification for v5 from XBRL US
RaptorXML Server 2018 (October 3, 2017)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
Significant speed improvements in XSLT engine
Improved spec conformance in XSLT/XQuery engines
Support for XBRL Versioning 1.0
Support for XML Signatures 1.1
RaptorXML® Server 2017r3 (April 4, 2017)RaptorXMLRaptorXML+XBRL
JSON5 support
Numerous new features in charting engine
Support for Windows Server 2016
Support for macOS 10.12 (Sierra)
Support for XBRL Extensible Enumerations 1.1
RaptorXML® Server 2017 (October 4, 2016)
Support for Apache Avro
Support for XBRL Taxonomy Packages
Validation of Inline XBRL files
Python module
New XSLT and XQuery features
XSLT and XQuery performance improvements
RaptorXML® Server 2016 Release 2 (February 16, 2016)
.NET API
Support for additional XSLT 3.0 instructions
Support for XBRL Assertion Severity 1.0
RaptorXML® Server 2016 (September 30, 2015)
Support for JSON Schema validation
Support for validating JSON instances against JSON Schema
Support for syntax checking of JSON instances
Support for Windows 10
Support for new Linux versions: Debian 8 & Ubuntu 15
RaptorXML® Server 2015 Release 4 (June 10, 2015)
Validation of EDGAR filing documents (RaptorXML+XBRL Server only)
RaptorXML® Server 2015 Release 3 (February 25, 2015)
Support for XPath 3.1 and XQuery 3.1
Significant improvements to Python API
Support for additional XBRL standards: Extensible Enumerations 1.0 & Units Registry 1.0 (RaptorXML+XBRL Server only)
RaptorXML® Server 2015 (September 17, 2014)
Support for XQuery Update Facility 1.0/3.0
Extended XSLT 3.0 support
Significantly optimized support for EBA 2.1 (COREP/FINREP) taxonomies (RaptorXML+XBRL Server only)
Support for US GAAP 2014, adding to support for previous versions (RaptorXML+XBRL Server only)
RaptorXML® Server 2014 Release 2 (March 19, 2014)
Significant speed increase for XML validation
Significant speed increase for XBRL validation (RaptorXML+XBRL Server only)
XBRL Table Linkbase support (RaptorXML+XBRL Server only)
Completed support for XQuery 3.0
Extended XSLT 3.0 support
Support for additional Altova extension functions
Support for custom error messages for XSD 1.1 assertions
Support for macOS 10.9 (adds to support for versions 10.7 and newer)
RaptorXML® General Availability (June 12, 2013)
RaptorXML Server and RaptorXML+XBRL Server are available for download and purchase.
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