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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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Orange Code Camp Spurs Mobile Apps

During the first U.S. Based Orange Code Camp, some 250 devs received NDA-caliber updates from Symbian, Microsoft, Palm, Research in Motion among others. And, Orange received some 110 new mobile application candidates for their growing catalogue. See how Orange, one of the largest mobile carriers in Europe and Asia, is helping mobile developers bring solutions to market.

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Survey: 50%+ of Enterprise Devs Using XQuery

A survey of devs using XML just released found that more than half are already working with XQuery, and another sizeable group expects to start before the end of the year. See why XQuery is so hot - even before adoption of the final standards.

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Get More Control Over XML Business Apps

As many enterprise developers work on web services and data integration projects, they are becoming increasingly frustrated that they don't have more control over the XML portions of their work. IDN has found several hands-on sites to help your XML applications get down to business.

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Get the Most from JavaOne 2005

JavaOne 2005 could be one of the toughest -- or most exciting -- in years. Analysts say F2000 firms are asking hard questions about their Java/J2EE spending. Winning Java/J2EE firms will be those that can: (1) ease integration, (2) speed deployment, (3) improve security and management. See how to leverage the most from your JavaOne spending - at the show and for the rest of the year.

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Java Interop “Critical,” Says Eclipse Exec

Eclipse Executive Director Mike Milinkovich says that Java interoperability with other languages, including XML and .NET, will be key to Java's continued enterprise success. But, in an interview with IDN, Milinkovich stated that Eclipse will remain focused on developer tooling issues -- and not take up any interoperability solutions that might stray into "runtime' technologies.

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5 Ways To Unlock XML's Integration Power

A growing number of devs are finding benefits in learning hands-on XML skills. For example, devs at Quadrix Solutions have found that the more devs know about XML, they have in their hands the best "applications glue" they've ever worked with. Take a look at 5 steps that can help you unlock the power of XML for integration.

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Inside WS-Security -- A Developer's View

As the WS-I's Basic Security Working Group convenes this week, IDN takes an in-depth developers' look at WS-Security, a top proposal before BSWG. IDN spoke with Steven Van Roekel, a Microsoft web services director, and one of the co-authors WS-Security with IBM, Versign and others. He details the vision and benefits of the proposal, discusses how developers could implement it, what cross-platform features exist and are planned, and how WS-Security backers are working with other camps.

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Open Integration Tools Upgrade Due in March

Developers at the University of Illinois are working on a major upgrade to their Java-based OpenEAI project, an Open Source alternative to expensive and proprietary ERP/EAI middleware solutions. The OpenEAI framework 4.0 is due for release in March, and sports a wide array of integration-enabling templates, business workflow rules and components for Java, XML and ERP APIs. Get an overview, and the free download.

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2005 Will See XML's Powerful Next Wave

Execs watching the XML space say that architects and devs are lining up to learn more about using XML for data integration and doc sharing. The result: 2005's next wave of open XML standards and tools, including XQuery, will cut integration costs and time for building complex data portals and allowing cross-database queries. See what's coming up.

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"Asset Harverster" Speeds .NET, Java Reuse

See how a start-up ISV is changing the face of reuse with a spiffy technology for quickly harvesting your legacy Java and .NET assets into reuseable components. See how OSTNet's approach takes long-lead times and cost-overruns out of reuse projects, and get a look at a powerful "open" dual API framework, and OSTnet's 2-Minute Quick Start program.

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Demystifying SOA: An Architect's, Dev Guide

2005 is setting up to be a banner year for SOA -- Services Oriented Architectures. This week Integration Developer News begins a series on SOA for architects and developers, with an eye toward looking at how to prepare your IT enterprise -- and your careers. This week a look at the core concepts of SOA, and why they can let architects/devs be more creative with less risk.

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