by Karen Heyman, Tristan Louis, Scott M. Fulton III The leading contender for the communications protocol that facilitates the world's business transactions is designed to transmit data over HTTP, in the clear. Although some of the creators of Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) have expre
Print SQL Server 6.5+ Dictionary is a Windows utility to produce professional-looking reports using SQL Server 6.5 object definitions (tables, views, stored procedures, defaults, etc.). Control font size, color, and style in headers, footers and more.
Oracle highlighted that in 2000 OracleSalesOnline.com was introduced, an online application that delivers the core sales applications of the Oracle(r) E-Business Suite as a free, online service.
By Michael Smith Version 0.92 of the Tcl/Tk-based epcEdit SGML/XML editor application has been released, adding "alpha" support for WYSIWYG editing of CALS and OASIS Exchange Table Model tables. CALS and its OASIS Exchange subset are the table models employed in the widely used DocBo
By Alain Trottier Today we'll demonstrate a solution for an industry acknowledged problem: XML Bloat. Encapsulating data in XML aids transaction interchange between systems reducing what I call 'data friction'. However, the XML file is always bigger, sometimes much bigger, than the
By default, SQL Server Enterprise Manager displays all of the system databases, tables, and other database objects in its console tree and details pane. If you don't want to see these system objects, you can turn off their display by editing your server's registration properties.
by Leigh Dodds As the year 2000 draws to a close, the XML-Deviant looks back at the year's events in the XML developer community, bringing you the 12 Days of XML Christmas.
By Scott Langdoc Here's all I want. Start with native XML data integration. Give me wizard-based data mapping between remote systems. Then I'll need complete TCP/IP-based socket management to move XML documents among systems. Oh, and a product with a non-ERP project scope and non-ERP
By Leigh Dodds The Apache XML project have started the new year with style by releasing an updated version of FOP, their XSL-FO processor. The 0.16 release contains several significant additions including column support, hyphenation and the ability to compress PDFs.
SQL Server 7.0 includes several startup parameters that you can use to control how the server starts up. You can use these parameters from the command line or by modifying your server's Registry.