Altova, the creator of XMLSpy, an XML editor, announced that support for working with Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) data is now available in the Altova MissionKitVersion 2009 (v2009), its integrated suite of XML, database, and UML tools. New features allow users to view, edit, validate, map, and publish XBRL data. MissionKit Version 2009 also provides wizards, graphical drag-and-drop design models, and various code generation capabilities. XMLSpy 2009, Altova’s XML editor for modeling, editing, transforming, and debugging XML technologies now delivers new support for XBRL validation and taxonomy editing. MapForce 2009, Altova’s graphical data mapping, conversion, and integration tool, now supports drag-and-drop mapping of XBRL taxonomies as a source or target in any data mapping project. Also, StyleVision 2009, Altova’s graphical stylesheet design tool, now includes native support for the XBRL and XBRL Dimensions formatting requirement.