Exult XML Converter helps you shred XML data and export it to Microsoft Excel (XLS), Microsoft Access(MDB or ACCDB) or CSV.
Looking for more powerful XML processing?
Output created by the Exult XML Conversion Wizard is compatible with the following:
|Output Type||Intended for||Versions|
Microsoft Excel 2007
Microsoft Excel 2003
Microsoft Excel 2002
Microsoft Excel 2000
Microsoft Excel 97
Microsoft Access 2007
Microsoft Access 2003
Microsoft Access 2002
Microsoft Access 2000
Microsoft Access 97
Microsoft Access 2007
|CSV||Database||Compatible with most database loaders.|
|HTML||Web||Compatible with all Web Browsers.|
|TEXT||General||Notepad, Wordpad, etc.|
|Hardware||Pentinum II and later.||Operating System||
Windows Server 2003.
Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) version 2.5 and later.
Note: All Windows version starting with Windows 2000 include MDAC 2.5 or later.
For exporting to Microsoft Access 2007 or later, the Access Database Engine must be installed.
You are welcome to use the Novixys Exult XML Conversion Wizard in trial mode for 14 days. During the trial period, approximately 50% of the information within the XML file is converted. For full conversion, upgrade to the registered version. The trial period expires within 14 days. You will need to purchase a license to use the software after 14 days.
The special pricing offer may not last, so you are encouraged to complete the purchase of a license soon. You can always return it for a refund within 30 days if you are not satisfied.
Bug fix upgrades are free for the lifetime of the product. We won't ask you to pay again for an upgrade if you find a bug in the version you have purchased.
When you purchase the Exult XML Conversion Wizard, you won't be caught purchasing an older version when a newer version is around the corner. You get free upgrades to the latest version for upto 90 days from the date of your purchase.
Internet Explorer warning on Windows XP
Query & extract XML data into Microsoft Excel (XLS), Microsoft Access (MDB or ACCDB), or CSV.
Convert XML into Microsoft Excel (XLS), Microsoft Access (MDB or ACCDB), or CSV.
Import XML data into automatically created MySQL tables.