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Neuron ESB’s Adapter Metadata Generation Wizard Breathes New Life into Enterprise Service Bus for On-Prem, Cloud Integration

Neuron ESB is breathing new life and capabilities into the trusty enterprise service bus for any-to-any integrations – even to the cloud. Neuron ESB is combining its library of adapters with a new Adapter Metadata Generation Wizard to easily share, add, update or delete data and records across popular on-prem and cloud apps. IDN speaks with Neuron ESB’s John Petersen.

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PDI’s CIO Says Informatica Cloud Integration is Transforming IT Projects

Biopharmaceutical commercialization firm PDI is relying on cloud integration capabilities from Informatica Cloud to drive a series of transformative IT projects that will make their applications and data more responsive to business users. At the same time cloud integration will also ease workloads for IT. IDN explores the win-win approach to IT with PDI’s CIO Jo Ann Saitta.

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Altova Ships Entry-Level XML Edit, Validation Tool

Altova, creator of XMLSpy, is shipping an entry-level XML editor. Altova XMLSpy 2008 Standard Edition lets users view, validate and edit XML, DTD, XML Schema, XSLT, and XQuery.

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NetBeans Day Previews EJB 3, SOA Tools

On May 15, NetBeans Day will offer devs a unique hands-on preview and progress report on a variety of cutting-edge technologies and programs including EJB 3, SOA, a new wave of refactoring techniques and the popular Matisse UI. IDN spoke with NetBeans' evangelism team manager Judith Lilienfield to get a no-nonsense preview.

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Tool Uses Java APIs for Doc Integration

For those Java/J2EE devs knee-deep in document-related projects, relief may be in sight. Computhink's ViewWise 5.6 IDE assists with doc creation and management projects - especially those that need integration, compliance and secured access. See how ViewWise' support for more than 50 Java APIs can help with legacy and XML doc projects.

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LEIF Turns Page for Legacy to Java/.NET SOA

One C++ tools provider says the best to way help Java/.NET devs build SOA apps that use legacy assets is to make it easier for C++ devs to work with mid-tier projects. See how Rogue Wave Software's latest LEIF C++ framework will put legacy devs on the same page with Java/.NET projects -- tahnks to new automated support for XML, WSDLs, SOAP attachments, and MIME.

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Download: Hibernate 3.0 Java Persistence

Hibernate 3.0, the latest persistence technology for Java, is available as an Open Source download. Get a rundown on the latest capabilities for data mapping between object, relational and even XML data resources, and a look into the future of EJB 3.0 architectures.

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ActiveState Debuts XSLT Tool for Visual Studio .NET 2003

At last week's Microsoft Professional Developers Conference in LA, even third party partners got in on the push to bring more web services development power Microsoft's Visual Studio .NET 2003. Case in point: ActiveState released an upgrade of its Visual XSLT IDE plug-in for Visual Studio .NET 2003 IDN looks at the upgrade, which sports a just-in-time debugging, a visual schema mapper and improved project management.

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Tuning Your XML for Clean Web Services

If you've been working on more than project with XML, especially for integration or web services, some experts say you need to make sure your XML is keeping up with the needs of your system for throughput, performance and such. This week, IDN brings devs an XML Checklist for cleaning up code that may have been auto-generated by a variety of tools. If your enterprise is becoming an XML house, it's worth a look. It's easy, quick -- and may even be fun.

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XMLSPY Deepens Ties with J2EE, .NET Devs

Altova Inc. continues to broaden its outreach for XMLSPY to both the Java and .NET devs. This week, IDN looks in-depth at news Altova will integrate XMLSPY with BEA Weblogic Workshop, as well as Altova's plans for later this year to marry its XML technologies with Microsoft's .NET tools and platforms. We also take a long-range look at why vendors are becoming more and more interested in XMLSPY and other XML development tools.

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XML: Five Years and Counting - An AppDev Guide

Believe it or not, XML turned 5 last month. But if you think the W3C's XML work is winding down, you'd be wrong -- on many fronts. IDN takes the occasion to bring developers/sysadmins up to date on W3C's plans, and on the latest resources for XML and the XML Schema Definition (XSD).

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