By Brian Moran – Last week, Microsoft announced availability of SQL Server 2000 Windows CE Edition 2.0. The new release includes several upgrades, but the most important change will make building applications for mibile devices easier.
By Jason Hunter – Chances are, you’ve probably used one of a number of Java libraries to manipulate XML data structures in the past. So what’s the point of JDOM (Java Document Object Model), and why do developers need it?
Though a number of factors can contribute to performance degradation in your databases, many performance issues can be prevented by properly designing and/or diagnosing the databases. As Gaurav Sharan Gupta discusses in his first article for DBAsupport, proper diagnosis of Row Migration (RM) and Row
By Lajos Moczar – If you’ve read about Apache Cocoon or started dabbling with it, you might be wondering about the best approach for implementing your custom Java logic into it. This article will get you coding with XSPs (Extensible Server Pages) and actions. Lajos Moczar walks you through a few exa
By Arun Gaikwad – This article is an introduction to an Open Source Native XML Database System, called Xindice (pronounced zeen-dea-chay). It is also an introduction to Native XML Database concepts.
Sun has released version 0.7 of their JAXB (Java Architecture for XML Binding) specification introducing a partial -and controversial- support for W3C XML Schema.
by Joe Chang – If you need to direct connect two gigabit cards, as you might want to do in a SQL Server cluster, here’s how to do it.
By Vyas Kondreddi – In Microsoft public newsgroups, I’ve been observing a recent increase in the number of questions that deal with migrating from Oracle to SQL Server. It is not an easy task to migrate your Oracle database and applications to SQL Server, as there are major architectural differences
by Joe Lax – Logging in and querying an Oracle database can be a daunting task for anyone used to SQL Server.<Br><Br>Instead of the familiar Query Analyzer tool, which provides a color-coded syntax, an object browser, multiple windows, and an output grid, you most typically have to contend with Orac
by Paul LaBarbera – Check the percent free in each tablespace. If it is below the desired limit, page the DBA.