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Software Vendors Pile on with XQuery Plans

Despite database vendor disharmony over web services workflow (or choreography), they do agree on something: XQuery, the proposed W3C standard for querying XML data and documents. Last week, the W3C began reviewing a test suite for XQuery. Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Informix and Software AG are among those with tools, roadmaps and demos on offer.

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Tips & Tricks: A Cross-DB Resource Guide

More and more, enterprise developers (Java, VB/.NET, C++, etc.) are being asked to create more efficient solutions for providing cross-database access to applications and users. Even without knowing a great deal about web services techniques, developers have a growing number of options, thanks to a variety of enhancements to familiar tools and techniques.

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Hands On: Cross-DB Resource Guide for Devs

More and more often, enterprise developers of all stripes (Java, VB/.NET, C++, etc.) are asked to build cross-database access for applications and end users. This week, as part of IDN's reference library series for "developers as integrators," we present the latest in a growing list of cross-db methods for JDBC, OBDC, ADOdb, JDO, SQL and XML.

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Developers Using XML for Real Time Data Access

A recent study by a leading developer-focused research firm is finding that XML is gaining steam for certain mission-critical data access projects. See why Evans Data Corp. says almost half of all devs surveyed are working on some data integration-related project using XML.

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Tips & Tricks: A Cross-DB Resource Guide

More and more often, enterprise developers of all stripes (Java, VB/.NET, C++, etc.) are asked to build cross-database access for applications and end users. This week, as part of IDN's reference library series for "developers as integrators," IDN presents the latest in a growing list of cross-db methods for JDBC, OBDC, ADOdb, JDO, SQL and XML.

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Tool Auto-Generates Web Services GUIs, Workflow

Engineers at Iron Speed are trying to wring out the time-consuming learning curve out of web services development by auto-generating code for several aspects -- including GUI, queries, workflow, transaction management and even database connectivity. See how the new offering, available for .NET now and Java later this year, goes auto-XML generation a few steps better.

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Early-Release XQuery Tools Could Be Out by Fall

Database vendors are aligning over XQuery as a standard for querying XML data and documents. IBM and Microsoft just submitted a test suite to W3C for review, and even have help from Oracle and Informix to fine-tune XQuery's support for Java. XML-watchers say early code samples and implementations could be ready by fall, with full XQuery out there in early 2004. Get an update and resources.

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Database Vendors Align Over XQuery Work

For all the recent disharmony among database providers over web services workflow (or choreography), there is unity on another key front, XQuery. The W3C this week should begin reviewing a test suite for complying with its standards for querying XML data and documents. Even though the test is based on joint work by IBM and Microsoft, competitors Oracle, Informix, and others are climbing aboard.

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Developers Use XML for Real Time Data Access

A study by leading developer-focused research firm Evans Data found XML is gaining "surprising" steam for certain mission-critical data access projects. See how application and database developers are turning to XML to support real-time data updates for various enterprise users.

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Web Services Tool for End-to-End Code Generation

If you're a would-be web services developer stymied by a lack of tools or a steep learning curve, one Silicon Valley tools firm is looking to cut 80% of your coding. Iron Speed has developed a framework platform that could auto-generate 80% of your code for GUI, queries, workflow, transaction management and database connectivity. Find out if their approach might help your project.

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Developers Use XML for Real Time Data Access

A study by leading developer-focused research firm Evans Data found XML is gaining "surprising" steam for certain mission-critical data access projects. See how application and database developers are turning to XML to support real-time data updates for various enterprise users.

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Java, Microsoft Drivers on Web Services Road

Developers familiar with Java and Microsoft driver technologies (JDBC and ODBC) will see a boon in XML-enabled tools in 2003, according to a leading provider of drivers and tools. See why SQL is for data at rest and XML is for data in motion, as DataDirect Technologies works with leading SQL vendors Oracle, Microsoft, Sybase and others.

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