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Posted Jun 11, 2007

Oracle bulks up .NET Tools

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Network Times]

At Microsoft's TechEd conference in Orlando, Oracle is announcing beta versions of a couple existing tools that help .NET developers work with Oracle databases, plus a new tool for writing applications that store web session data in Oracle databases.

Oracle is adding a new feature to Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio .NET that allows developers to generate code by dragging and dropping database objects onto ASP.NET web pages. It also adds the ability to back up Oracle scripts that are part of .NET apps into popular source code control tools, including Microsoft Visual SourceSafe, CollabNet Subversion, or Microsoft's Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) Foundation Server.

The article continues at http://www.networktimes.co.za/article.aspx?pklArticleId=4503&pklIssueId=639&pklCategoryId=361



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