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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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OASIS Tunes SOA for Telecoms

Many of the worlds largest players in SOA and telecommunications are joining in an initiave to optimize SOA for telecoms. Member companies include: IBM, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Computer Associates, Microsoft, Nortel, Oracle, Progress Software, and Verisign.

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DataDirect: Houston, We Have XQuery 1.0

After 8 years of at-times-intense vendor discussions, the W3C has finally adopted XQuery 1.0 (and seven other XML standards). The standards looks to help enterprise IT unify diverse databases, documents, emails and web pages into a single, searchable datastore. But how will XQuery 1.0 change things, and how should IT pro's treat the news? IDN speaks with W3C XQuery Working Group member DataDirect Technologies' XML Architect Carlo Innocenti.

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Latest SAML 2.0 Tech Pushes Federation Interop

The SAML 2.0 interop products list continues to grow, from big names and less familiar ones. IBM, NEC, RSA Security and NTT this week passed Liberty Alliance's SAML 2.0 interop testing. But, Ping Identity, a smaller federation firm also shipping this week with an intelligent approach to config consoles. IDN looks at how SAML 2.0 will help all-sized vendors and users converge their security between Liberty, SAML and Shibboleth.

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Top Financial Firms Architecting with XML

Last month, Reuters unveiled a new XML-based secure trade notification system that enables financial institutions to manage their trading capital and risk exposures better as well as improve operational efficiency. Reuters service, already selected by Lehman Brothers, offers a trade messaging hub to make a variety of financial integrations easier and cheaper. IDN takes a look.

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Sun/SeeBeyond Deal May Impact Java Devs

With Sun's $387 million buyout of SeeBeyond, Sun's Java world now extends to the world of integration - even with non-Java assets. It also may signal a boost in just how much attention Java/J2EE devs should pay to integration tasks. Take a first look at the dev impact on the Sun/SeeBeyond deal with Sun Software's CTO, among others.

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XML Vocabularies Key to Cross-Business Interop

This week, F100 IT execs and top providers of enterprise software and web services tools are meeting at an OASIS event to discuss how to make it easier for corporate IT to develop web services across vertical sectors. One idea is to build a common library of web services, akin to J2EE's common library of objects. IDN spoke with OASIS' President Patrick Gannon for more insight on why Boeing, GM, JPMorganChase, are so keen on the "The Future of XML Vocabularies."

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SAML 2.0 Security Gets Test, Preps for Vote

SAML 2.0, the key upgrade to a core web services security markup language, passed two key hurdles last week. First, SAML 2.0 passed an interop test to exchange authentication, attribute and authorization info with other major security specs. Second, a draft SAML 2.0 spec is ready for the vote. Get the details.

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Java Repository APIs Adopted in Open CMS

The first J2EE Content Management System to come with support the Java Content Repository API (JSR-170) is available for download and use. Magnolia 2.0's support of JSR-170 means that content from different systems can be easily combined or copied. Another key, magnolia is an Open Source Java CMS, freely available for download from Obinary, a Swiss-based development group.

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Web Services 2005 -- Five Keys Unlock the Gate

Sun's vice president of Java's web services and tools says open web services are at a crossroads in 2005, and posits that there are five (5) keys that would fully unlock the power of these new, open technologies. Notably, Keller says, XML has the power to create a vast array of portable data options. He also says multi-vendor co-operation on a number of fronts, spurred by end user pressures, may unlock web services full power.

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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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B2B Web Services Set for 2005 Blast Off

J Scott Bushey, a principal solutions developer with Avanade, shares why his firm see strong demand for B2B-based web services solutions, designed to better integrate partner networks. See why tapping into his 3 key trends in EDI/VAN modernization will create huge opportunities for architects and developers.

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