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DataSlave Map Editor

DataSlave is a powerful tool for moving data. DataSlave supports many common data formats and will quickly and simply move, validate,...

October 9, 2013 by Baycastle Software

Major security holes in popular XML libraries

A security research outfit has issued a warning for several critical vulnerabilities in popular XML libraries used by a wide range of software vendors.The flaws, discovered earlier this year by Codenomicon, affect a wide range of technology products, including servers and server applications, workstations and end user applications, network devices,  embedded systems and mobile devices.

August 6, 2009 by

Workplace Forms beta

Interested in checking out IBM WorkplaceForms?  The 2.6 beta is publicly available.IBM®Workplace Forms 2.6 provides a secure, dynamic, and intelligent front-endto on demand business processes. Workplace Forms consists of a server,designer, and client viewer that enable creation, deployment, and streamliningof XML forms-based processes. Workplace Forms 2.6 demonstration packageThe Workplace Forms 2.6 demonstrationpackage contains sample forms in various languages as well as a demonstrationscript to assist in evaluating the capabilities of the IBM® Workplace FormsViewer. The package is available from the Demonstration package for theIBM Workplace Forms 2.6 Beta program page. Link: IBMWorkplace Forms beta on IBM developerWorks>

February 21, 2006 by

In pursuit of the zero-footprint Office

It seems that a tipping point, or at least an new level of awareness, has been reached about the next Web frontier--a new generation of desktop productivity applications (think Microsoft Office without all the bits on your machine) with rich, interactive client interfaces and low-cost administration. They are built using technologies like AJAX, Flash and Java, with all the logic on the server and using XML and Web service bindings.

October 2, 2005 by

Ariacom Business Reports

Ariacom Business Reports is a database reporting and multi-dimensional analysis tool with dynamic SQL generation. Non-technical end-users...

September 11, 2013 by Ariacom

Database Master

Database Master is a modern, powerful, intuitive and easy to use MongoDB, NuoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, FireBird, SQLite, MS SQL Server,...

May 19, 2013 by Nucleon Software

XML component streamlines client's order entry system

By using XML programming, Excel, Access, and Active Server Pages, one consultant automated a client's order entry process, cut the time the client had to spend rekeying data, and eliminated order entry errors. If your clients are like mine, the projects that really get their attention are those that eliminate repetitive tasks or save them time and money.

March 9, 2004 by

Fujitsu Software unveils expansion plan

Fujitsu Software on Tuesday introduced its plan to increase its share of the server software market outside of Japan. The company is commercializing several corporate software products, including an XML-based search engine and integration software, which Fujitsu, the company's Japanese parent has been selling only in Japan.

October 21, 2003 by

Could application servers be overkill?

The way Cape Clear CEO Annrai O'Toole tells it, app server vendors like IBM, BEA, Oracle and Microsoft are trying to sell you the Brooklyn Bridge. He says XML-based services don't require full blown app servers. Oracle vice president John Magee says O’Too

March 30, 2003 by

XML--a hardware issue?

Hardware vendors are hoping that bloated XML data will force you to expand your server farms despite the tight economy. Bill O'Brien thinks sooner or later, XML servers will likely find a way into your data center.

January 12, 2003 by

Microsoft releases RosettaNet tools

Microsoft said Thursday that it has enhanced its software program that helps companies adopt RosettaNet e-business specifications. RosettaNet is a consortium of high-tech companies developing e-business standards based on Extensible Markup Language (XML). The consortium recently released a new version of its specifications that guide how computer companies and their suppliers use the Web to share information such as inventory levels, delivery schedules and sales orders. The new version of Microsoft BizTalk Accelerator for RosettaNet is a component of BizTalk Server, Microsoft's business integration software that competes with applications from IBM, Oracle, Tibco Software, Vitria, WebMethods and SeeBeyond. --Alorie Gilbert, Special to ZDNet News

June 28, 2002 by

Choosing a Java application server: Price and performance

Once you have decided to invest in a Java application server, you must determine which one is best for your particular needs. An application server has a wide range of uses, from simple site navigation to business portals to e-commerce, CRM, and supply chain management. Different servers also offer varying support for particular databases and other software products, B2B and B2C transactions, and technologies like XML, Web services, rich media, and wireless. Those are just some of the possibilities, so you must carefully consider your requirements to determine which server is best for you.

June 26, 2002 by

New Java development tools released

Sun Microsystems this week released a new version of its Java software development tool with support for Web services. Sun previously released test versions of the tool and Web services technology. The Sun One Studio version 4.0, previously called Forte for Java, supports the latest version of Java and allows programmers to convert existing software into Web services. The tool's release is part of Sun's latest software strategy, which will be announced on June 19. Among the company's plans is a new application server. Sun is charging $1,995 for the enterprise edition of the Java tool, while the mobile and community editions are free. Sun has also released a final version of its Web services toolkit, called the Java Web Services Developer Pack, which includes four Java application programming interfaces, or sets of instructions, that connect Java software with XML, a Web standard that enables Web services. --Wylie Wong, Special to ZDNet News

June 12, 2002 by

Adobe's FrameMaker: New and improved

The new FrameMaker 7.0 includes a server module and XML tools that can automatically reformat the same document for delivery in various forms, such as an HTML Web page or a Palm handheld document.

April 8, 2002 by

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