DataSpaces Bulletin: December issue now online!

The highly anticipated December 2008 issue of the DataSpaces Bulletin is now available!

This month's DataSpaces contains material of interest to the Virtuoso developer and UDA user community alike —

  1. Introduction to Virtuoso Universal Server (Cloud Edition).
  2. Links to Virtuoso and Linked Data mailing lists.
  3. UDA license management tips and tricks.
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12/09/2008 13:09 GMT-0500 Modified: 12/09/2008 15:06 GMT-0500
IBM Flexes XML Muscle

Here is another article titled "IBM Flexes XML Muscle" that covers the same general theme: IBM's appreciation of Unified Storage.

As indicated in an earlier post: IBM is clearly validating what we have done with Virtuoso (as was the case initially with their Virtual / Federated DBMS initiative ala DB2 Integrator). Here is an excerpt from today's eWeek article supporting this position:

To achieve maximum XML performance, bolstered indexing attributes in the technology will enable advanced search functions and a higher degree of filtering. IBM is also adding support for XPath and XQuery data models. This will allow users to create views that involve SQL and XQuery by sending the protocol through DB2's query optimizer for a unified query plan.

Read on..

Virtuoso has been doing this since 2000; unfortunately a lot of

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01/04/2005 12:19 GMT-0500 Modified: 09/30/2006 04:38 GMT-0500
Preventable SQL DBMS Vulnerabilities

Here are some excerpts (inlined) with my comments (outlined)

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05/17/2004 20:41 GMT-0500 Modified: 06/22/2006 08:56 GMT-0500
New Open Source ODBC SDK Site

A revamped site is now live. A cross platform ODBC SDK (for writing Drivers, or making applications database independent) remains an important part of the tecnology spectrum for the information age. The further we go into the information age, the more obvious the value of data access, and a standards base API will become.

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01/06/2004 19:10 GMT-0500 Modified: 06/22/2006 08:56 GMT-0500
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