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Cast a Net to Catch Bugs

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If finding bugs in distributed applications feels more like luck than anything else, Cast's Cast Application Mining Suite 4.0 may be something to try.

Microsoft Links SQL Server, .Net

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Users of Microsoft Corp.'s SQL Server 2000 database can now code from inside the .NET framework, with a new plug-in that gives a look at what's to come with the eventual successor to SQL Server.

Aureka Tracks Patent Data

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As much as we think software and business-process patents are harmful to the industry as a whole, patents are core to the R&D processes of many companies.

Database Rivals Vie in Open-Source Arena

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NuSphere offers latest MySQL Advantage; MySQL sets namesake upgrade.

IBM to Announce Informix Server Bundles Tuesday

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The chief of IBM's database division will announce on Tuesday new product bundles and consulting services around its Informix Dynamic Server.

We All Have a Need to Know

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A former U.S. President may someday live down the quotation "It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is." His sympathizers might include those who devise natural language database query systems.

NuSphere Making Moves in Open-Source Database Arena

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On the heels of a product announcement from rival MySQL AB, NuSphere Corp. plans to up the ante in future versions of the open-source MySQL database.

BMC Rolls Out New Database Tool

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New database monitoring software from BMC Software Inc. solves a common pet peeve: it not only alerts users of problems, it actually suggests solutions.

Tighter Control of Information

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The more that data volumes grow, the more their root databases get complicated and the more difficult it gets to manage.

MySQL Database to Get Revamped

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Developer aims to add features, partnerships.

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