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Magazine articles on database administration and programming.
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New Architect
October 2002
Paul Sholtz
Tame the Information Tangle A new breed of document storage and management systems has appeared that's been specially optimized for publishing XML documents on the Web. A look at native XML databases and XML-enabled databases. mark for My Articles 498 similar articles
New Architect
October 2002
Kurt Cagle
When Good Servers Meet Bad Clients A review of Coherity XML Database (CXD) 3.0: strong server technology, but weak documentation and poor user interface. mark for My Articles 287 similar articles
Linux Journal
September 1, 2002
Steve Graves
In-Memory Database Systems IMDSes are especially useful for embedded development, where every saved process shrinks the footprint and the bottom line. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
August 15, 2002
John Edwards
Doing It with Meaning Semantics tools promise a world of universally compatible data. mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
PC World
September 2002
Jeff Angus
FileMaker 6 Gets Graphic The latest version of this database storage and retrieval program adds features for managing graphics effectively. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
PC World
September 2002
Jeff Angus
Get Attached to AskSam 5 This database program handles both structured and unstructured data with aplomb. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
August 2002
Geoff Duncan
Lasso Powerful database middleware brings new features and strong performance to Mac OS X web servers mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
August 1, 2002
Scott Berinato
Beyond Wires Expand Beyond helps DBAs go mobile, could do for databases what the remote control did for TVs. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Bio-IT World
July 11, 2002
Michael Swenson
The End of Relational Databases? Until now, the use of relational databases within genomics and proteomics was treated as a given, with no one prepared to question whether this was an appropriate use of technology. That may be about to change. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
June 2002
Sunil Kumar & Nitin Nanda
Create your own type 3 JDBC driver, Part 2 Type 3 JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) drivers, primarily useful for Internet/intranet applications with no required client-side setting, provide flexible system administration facilities. This article explains how to compile, deploy, and use a custom driver. mark for My Articles 108 similar articles
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