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Juice Leverages XML for "Live" Desktop Integration

Juice Software is providing developers with an XML-based data integration platform that can bring "live" data updates directly to their end users' desktops from a variety of back-end software systems -- ranging from simple web pages, networked Microsoft Office applications, SQL databases and even high-end ERP systems.

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Devs Should Brace for Wave of Process, Modeling Tools

In the last several weeks, Microsoft, IBM, BEA, Borland, and CompuWare have all shipped new tools and/or extensions to help developers move their skill sets "up the stack" to better model their applications -- and include business logic in their dev projects. See why IT research firm Zapthink says it's just the beginning, and why Java and .NET devs should brace for a new wave of web services tools and IDE plug-ins that support developing process-driven services.

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Microsoft Offers ASP.NET Starter Kits, WebMatrix Tools

For devs that want to get deep with ASP.NET features, Microsoft has released its biggest set yet of free code, templates and downloads - and even made it attractive to tweak and share by making it available under a very non-restrictive license. See what Microsoft is making available, free and with few sharing restrictions.

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Covalent Ships Cross-Platform Web Apps Manager

The absence of reliable end-to-end cross-platform management tools is a key problem plaguing deployment of web services across the enterprise. Help is on the way, as Covalent Technologies ships its unified Covalent Application Manager, which will help devs and operations managers map, measure, control and analyze web applications and events across multiple platforms: Java, Open Source and .NET.

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XMLSec 1.0 Helps Ensure Multi-Platform WS-Security

Developers now have one more assurance that they will be able to implement WS-Security across multiple platforms. The XML Security Library, an Open Source implementation of W3C's XML Digital Signature and XML Encryption (the core components of WS-Security), has released XMLSec 1.0 to developers. Get this download and other key XML security add-ons.

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XML and .NET Ease Multi-Point Integration

See how developers at one online auto repair service married XML with .NET and BizTalk technologies to build a complex web services project that brings everything a customer could want to know about his car under one hood -- including scheduling, pricing, paying, knowing what was wrong -- and even picking out a loaner. Tips and lessons learned -- regardless of your product choice -- are also featured.

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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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BEA Upgrade Seeks To Unify AppDev, Integration

BEA Systems execs say that J2EE is still too hard, and that Java developers need to become integrators. IDN's interviews with BEA execs shows you how BEA's new WebLogic Workshop products and developer programs address these. And, in the process, reveals how BEA has taken a few pages from Microsoft's developers' playbook.

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Security Beta Ships for Multi-Platform Web Services

Java, .Net and Open Source developers should be able to centrally manage security for the web-based applications, including web services. That's the vision of Cafesoft, a start-up security firm in San Diego. Take a look inside at a beta version of single sign-on security software -- and even download some beta software for free.

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Juice Leverages XML for "Live" Desktop Integration

Juice Software is providing developers with an XML-based data integration platform that can bring "live" data updates directly to their end users' desktops from a variety of back-end software systems -- ranging from simple web pages, networked Microsoft Office applications, SQL databases and even high-end ERP systems.

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'Slammer' Heightens Focus on Securing Web Apps

The outbreak in Asia of a rapidly spreading computer worm is the most aggressive assault on the Internet backbone since July 2001's "Code Red." The attack comes just as an international user group has issued its Top 10 Watchlist for how to keep web-based applications secure. Get the latest on the 'Slammer' and an in-depth summary on how to make sure your web apps are secure.

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