By Michael Singer – If you’ve ever been to an Oracle conference, you know that they produce in-house content that the company later streams on their Web site. So to feed the beast that is its applications user community, the Redwood Shores, Calif.-based software maker expanded its menu of con
Despite current economic conditions that could slow implementation of Extensible Markup Language servers, International Data Group is predicting the market for XML servers will reach $3.7 billion in 2005.
by Kendall Grant Clark – Many … have indicated that they wish to subset and extend HTML … They want to do this to accommodate device-specific functionality, to limit the content that is sent to smaller-footprint devices, or to enhance their ability to produce useful Internet content … The best
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by Jason Price – This second column in my Learning SQLJ series explores how to connect to a database and embed SQL statements in your Java programs using SQLJ. These columns reference numerous SQL scripts, source code, and other files that are available for download at O’Reilly’s Web site.
Shankar Govindan – There is always some ambiguity regarding the datafile size limit on a given platform and version of the database. Here is a simple way of identifying the maximum size to which a datafile can grow before switching to the next datafile. To do this let’s create a tablespace with some
By L. Scott Tillett – Oracle plans to make its portal software more “aware” of alternative technologies when the product debuts as part of version 2 of Oracle’s application server this quarter.
The W3C has released new Working Drafts of Mobile SVG Profiles: SVG Tiny and SVG Basic and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Version 1.1.
by Tom Kaneshige – E-market automotive giant Covisint unveiled earlier this week its technology-standards strategy. Not surprisingly, the company plans to implement the ebXML message transport layer and use the Open Applications Group's OAGIS standards for XML document payload.
By Scott Howlett and Darryl Jennings – Using XML for data access allows you to separate the data from the presentation, and promotes reuse, extensibility, and division of labor. XML also has a simplified data model, which promotes easier testing. This article presents and compares five data a