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Oracle unveils secret XML project
At Oracle OpenWorld 2001 in San Francisco, Oracle Corp. offered a sneak preview of a new "top-secret" XML database support initiative. Code-named Project XDB, the initiative is creating technologies that will enable native storage, indexing, querying, and manipulation of XML content in a SQL database.
Microsoft warms to Java
Microsoft isn't exactly hot for Java, but the company has at least warmed up to it a little, having licensed a JDBC driver to connect Java programs to SQL servers.
Look before you leap into Web services
Web services' promise of publishing applications on the Web for users of many types of devices and users to use is appealing. Even so, businesses should look before they leap on the bandwagon, says SplitFire Technologies CEO Thomas Kelly.
Look before you leap into Web services, part 2
Web services can help some companies increase productivity and cost-savings. But it's not for everyone. Find out why the hype surrounding Web services threatens to overshadow its benefits.
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