February 7, 2001

Open standards power Oracle9i Dynamic Services

Author: JT Smith

From LinuxPR
: Imagine clicking on a web service -- such as
driving directions on a web site -- but being unable to access the service
because it was built using a proprietary technology platform. While this seems
ludicrous in today's connected Internet world, the reality is that most of the web
services, development tools, and technologies that are being talked about today,
especially Microsoft .NET, are proprietary.

In sharp contrast, Oracle9i Dynamic Services leverages industry-standard Java
and eXtensible Markup Language (XML) specifications published by the
Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) such as XML Schema and XSL stylesheets
to create, catalog, manage, and personalize platform-independent e-business
web services.

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