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Oracle TopLink 11g Strengthens Ties with WebLogic, ADF

To ease infrastructure development projects, Oracle Corp. is shipping Oracle TopLink 11g, with tighter support for WebLogic Server and open Java frameworks, including Oracle's Application Development Framework. TopLink is a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware.

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Intel Upgrades XML Software Suite, Mule ESB Adds Support

Intel is shipping an upgrade to its XML Software Suite, designed to provide software partners and end users better XML acceleration, and a new benchmarking tool to check on their performance boosts. MuleSource, provider of the popular Mule Open Source ESB will offer off-the-shelf integration between Mule and the Intel XML Software Suite.

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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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DataDirect Identifies Top Benefits for XQuery + SOA

As XQuery language becomes more widely used by corporate IT, a DataDirect Technologies exec outlines ways for how XQuery combines with SOA to better connect disparate data sources and simplify data management.

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Ipedo: Unifies XML, SQL for XQuery

Earlier this year, Ipedo launched a major enhancement to its XQuery Views capability in Ipedo XIP to provide corporations deeper insight into their corporate data and content held in Oracle, IBM and Microsoft data stores. The Ipedo upgrade is among the first to follow W3C's adoption of XQuery 1.0 as a formal standard. IDN speak with Ipedo CEO Nick Zhang about Ipedo's new capabilities and the promise of XQuery.

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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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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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Unlocking XML’s Powers Not Black Magic

Forget about that new Harry Potter movie. There is real magic in learning to work hands-on with XML. Integration Developer News spoke with technical execs from Quadrix Solutions to find out how XML power users have the "applications glue" ever. Take a look a 5 key tips.

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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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Sybase ASE 15 DB, Tools Hold SQL-XML Vision

The latest upgrade to Sybase' enterprise database ASE 15, announced this week, does a great deal more than offer a faster, more scalable database. Under the covers, Sybase engineers are using ASE 15 and its tools to lay a rich foundation to make it easier for today's devs and DBAs to co-mingle XML and SQL data.

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Cisco’s XML-Driven Virtual Data Warehouse

When Cisco rolled out its AON (Application-Oriented Networking), it added a new dimension to enterprise web services. AON will use XML, HTTP and related web services, to turn an existing network into a virtual data warehouse. IDN speaks with Mike Carter, co-founder of CXO Systems, Cisco's key XML partner for AON, to learn how web services can offer easy-to-access, real-time views of 100s of queries.

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Java ORM Data Mapping Eclipse Plug-in Due

A new Eclipse plug-in will soon be released that looks to speed up how Java/J2EE devs can map their applications code to underlying SQL databases. See why the JSR220-ORM Project lead says that object-relational mapping technologies are the "last missing piece" for getting rid of the pain Java/J2EE devs face when building complex apps.

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