If used outside of a web application - like the IntEnz web
services - it should be built with the apps maven
The main product of this application is the dump of IntEnz data in
XML files are generated for every single active entry, and also
for the entire IntEnz database.
The structure of the XML is defined in the provided
The export is usually done just before every IntEnz release,
roughly every month. The XML schema is used for output validation.
The files are then manually copied to make them accessible from
Currently, the following flavours of XML are available:
XCHARS (for eXtended CHARacterS): data
which includes XML markup in the
IntEnz database is exported /as is/.
Example: EC 184.108.40.206 has an accepted name
'3-oxoacyl-acyl-carrier-protein reductase'. The
corresponding XML will be:
With every IntEnz release, a new sitemap XML file
(sitemap.xml) is generated to be used by
sitemaps in order to make every IntEnz entry available
to Google indexing. Other search engines accept this