Archive for February 2, 2006
HTML Post Loading and Processing Resources using AJAX – Part 4: defining a refresh interval, client side XSLT transformations and RSS processing
In this part we will build upon the previous articles and add functionality to define a More >
A 30-Jan-2006 Press release announces new name for HTML DB, seehttp://www.oracle.com/corporate/press/2006_jan/013006_appexchange_customers_finalsite.html
Yesterday, Oracle’s President Charles Philips announced that Oracle’s acquisition of Siebel is completed and Oracle and Siebel are now operating as one. One of the comments in the official announcement reads: "We also plan to evolve customers, at their own pace, to the next generation of our standards-based applications, Oracle Fusion Applications. Siebel CRM will be the centerpiece of our Oracle Fusion CRM strategy and we plan to incorporate the best features of all of our product lines into Oracle Fusion CRM." Having now to somehow fuse together Oracle EBS, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Retek and Siebel, functionally and technologically seems like a tremendous challenge. I am very curious as to when we will see the first Oracle Fusion Applications that are the replacement of all corresponding predecessors in each of the current ERP/CRM stacks. And the Fusion Tools and Middleware that are really the product of merging together the best technologies currently underlying all these ERP/CRM products. It seems difficult to see how the current Siebel technology can already have made its impact on the current development with Fusion Technology – as the acquisition was only completed More >
Finally it’s there! Netbeans 5.0 has been released. Including: Project Matisse; completely redesigned support for CVS; support for WebLogic 9, JBoss 4 and Sun Application Server; Struts and Java Server Faces support; new types of refactoring and editor enhancements as well as easy to use tools for quickly extending the IDE or building rich client applications on the NetBeans Platform. Download it here!