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Tools Put Oracle Platforms to the Test

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BMC, Mercury and others will launch testing, development and management products for the Oracle 9i database this week.

Microsoft Eyes 2003 Yukon Release

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The next version of SQL Server, Microsoft Corp.'s high-end database, will likely debut in mid-2003, with a minor upgrade to the existing SQL Server 2000 coming in February 2002.

Oracle to Expand App Server

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9i Application Server adds services for development, deployment, Java; some see bar being too high.

Oracle Getting Businesses in the Flow

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Oracle Corp. is unveiling more FastForward Flows e-business applications for small and midsize companies that promise quick implementations.

BMC Readies An Upgrade for Oracle

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BMC Software Inc. will take a new product tack early next year with an updated version of the company's Patrol Recovery for Oracle software.

Despite Oracle Nexus, NetLedger Focused on Small Business

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Oracle is lending its name to and making unabashed use of the NetLedger application suite in its bid to attract small businesses and make them potential future Oracle customers. But NetLedger says it will remain independent.

Sybase Licenses Query Processing Tool

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Increasingly complex data is making writing SQL a nightmare for IT staff, but a new tool from Sybase Inc. promises to make the task easier for its Adaptive Server Enterprise 12.5 database.

Oracle9i Update to Take Advantage of XML

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Oracle Corp. early next year will release an updated version of its Oracle9i Database that will use XML to bring much of the relational work now done outside of 9i into the company's database.

MySQL 4.0: Teaser for 4.1

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MySQL Ab's MySQL has proved itself as a light, fast database for nonmission-critical applications.

Cast a Net to Catch Bugs

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If finding bugs in distributed applications feels more like luck than anything else, Cast's Cast Application Mining Suite 4.0 may be something to try.

Microsoft Links SQL Server, .Net

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Users of Microsoft Corp.'s SQL Server 2000 database can now code from inside the .NET framework, with a new plug-in that gives a look at what's to come with the eventual successor to SQL Server.

Aureka Tracks Patent Data

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As much as we think software and business-process patents are harmful to the industry as a whole, patents are core to the R&D processes of many companies.

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