DevCon Attendees Get Inside Look at New Oracle9i XML Features

Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from Oracle Corp.

    REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., April 3 /PRNewswire/ --
 ( http://www.oracle.com/tellmemore/?642182 ) Next week, at the XML DevCon 2001
 Conference in New York, April 8-11, Internet developers will get an inside
 look at the new XML (Extensible Markup Language) features in Oracle9i.
 Attendees can meet the Oracle XML experts who sit on the W3C (Worldwide Web
 Consortium) standards committees and the development of XML capabilities
 across all Oracle9i(TM) products.  More specifically, Oracle's XML experts
 will describe how XML is used in the world's largest B2B exchanges, detail
 advanced usage of XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) in e-business projects
 and explain emerging techniques for mapping XML to SQL (Structured Query
 Language).  The end-to-end XML and Java development capabilities of Oracle
 JDeveloper -- a key component of Oracle's integrated application development
 tools suite, Oracle Internet Developer Suite -- will also be showcased.
 Developers can see new demonstrations of how Oracle9i combines the unique
 capabilities of Java, XML and SQL in a seamlessly integrated development
 environment.
     NOTE:  Oracle is a registered trademark and Oracle9i is a trademark or
 registered trademark of Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq:   ORCL).
 
 

SOURCE Oracle Corp.
    REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., April 3 /PRNewswire/ --
 ( http://www.oracle.com/tellmemore/?642182 ) Next week, at the XML DevCon 2001
 Conference in New York, April 8-11, Internet developers will get an inside
 look at the new XML (Extensible Markup Language) features in Oracle9i.
 Attendees can meet the Oracle XML experts who sit on the W3C (Worldwide Web
 Consortium) standards committees and the development of XML capabilities
 across all Oracle9i(TM) products.  More specifically, Oracle's XML experts
 will describe how XML is used in the world's largest B2B exchanges, detail
 advanced usage of XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) in e-business projects
 and explain emerging techniques for mapping XML to SQL (Structured Query
 Language).  The end-to-end XML and Java development capabilities of Oracle
 JDeveloper -- a key component of Oracle's integrated application development
 tools suite, Oracle Internet Developer Suite -- will also be showcased.
 Developers can see new demonstrations of how Oracle9i combines the unique
 capabilities of Java, XML and SQL in a seamlessly integrated development
 environment.
     NOTE:  Oracle is a registered trademark and Oracle9i is a trademark or
 registered trademark of Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq:   ORCL).
 
 SOURCE  Oracle Corp.

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