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Sybase ASE 15 DB, Tools Hold SQL-XML Vision

The latest upgrade to Sybase' enterprise database ASE 15, announced this week, does a great deal more than offer a faster, more scalable database. Under the covers, Sybase engineers are using ASE 15 and its tools to lay a rich foundation to make it easier for today's devs and DBAs to co-mingle XML and SQL data.

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Java ORM Data Mapping Eclipse Plug-in Due

A new Eclipse plug-in will soon be released that looks to speed up how Java/J2EE devs can map their applications code to underlying SQL databases. See why the JSR220-ORM Project lead says that object-relational mapping technologies are the "last missing piece" for getting rid of the pain Java/J2EE devs face when building complex apps.

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“Missing Piece” for Java Tools Due in August

A new Eclipse plug-in will be released in August that should speed up how Java/J2EE devs can map their applications code to underlying SQL databases. See why the JSR220-ORM project lead says object-relational mapping technologies are the "last missing piece" for getting rid of the pain Java/J2EE devs face when building complex apps.

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Oracle 10g To Boost Support, Status of PHP

Oracle is looking beyond Java options for enterprise developers, taking steps to let Oracle 10g architects and developers employ light-weight PHP scripting for database projects. Take a look at what's in store as Oracle and Zend, the creators of PHP, begin a very intimate partnership which will push the envelop of PHP-Java interop, and create more dev options for building Oracle apps

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2005: A Milestone for Enterprise Mobile Apps

Predictions of a strong boon in enterprise mobile have been made almost every year since the late 1990s. But this time, the stars are aligning to make 2005 the year of the mobile enterprise, says an exec with Sybase's iAnywhere Solutions. The key: A wave of mobile integration standards and technologies that bring low-cost, easy-to-deploy integration between enterprise software and smartphones, PDAs, tablets and other off-the-shelf mobile devices.

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2005: A Milestone for Enterprise Mobile Apps

Predictions of a strong boon in enterprise mobile have been made almost every year since the late 1990s. But this time, the stars are aligning to make 2005 the year of the mobile enterprise, says an exec with Sybase's iAnywhere Solutions. The key: A wave of mobile integration standards and technologies that bring low-cost, easy-to-deploy integration between enterprise software and smartphones, PDAs, tablets and other off-the-shelf mobile devices.

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Study Finds Changing DBA Roles in 2005

A report from Evans Data Corp. has found that more than half of all DBAs are working not just with their SQL database, but with web services, XML, middleware and even application performance tasks. See more about the changing face of DBAs and devs in 2005.

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Oracle Integration: Starting with Perl

With Oracle Open World to be held next week in San Francisco, Oracle execs and users say that integration capabilities of Oracle DBs and app servers will be a key focus in 2005. This week, IDN begins our "Integration with Oracle" series, with a a look at how devs and DBAs can use Perl for some projects. IDN speaks with Andy Duncan, co-author of O'Reilly's Perl for Oracle DBAs to get tips, tricks, and even some code samples.

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DB "Connections" Without Performance Drain

Connecting to a database improperly can be one of the greatest drains on system resources. Learn how "Connection Objects" can help architect reusable DB connects without killing performance.

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Hanging Up On Cost, Complexity of Voice IT

A small software firm in the farthest corner of the South Pacific has come up with new, loosely-coupled XML-based voice technologies that make it easier and cheaper for architects to design and deploy a wide array of voice-driven web services and integration projects. See how Australia's Skunkworks is catching the attentions of telcos and exchange users.

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DB "Connections" That Don’t Drain Performance

Connecting to a database improperly can be one of the greatest drains on system resources. Learn how "Connection Objects" can help architect reusable DB connects without killing performance.

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.NET Designer Tool Cuts Coding By 80 Percent

A small Silicon Valley tools firm has developed a .NET developers' aid that can cut up to 80% of your .NET design and coding by providing end-to-end auto-generation of code for GUI, queries, workflow, transaction management and database connectivity. See why devs at McDonald's, Otis Elevator and others are sold on these .NET tools from Iron Speed.

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