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Calif. Cancels Oracle Contract

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The state of California ended a controversial deal in which it licensed Oracle database software.

DB2 Universal Database Hits Open Beta

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IBM on Tuesday will begin open beta for the next version of its DB2 Universal Database.

Thinking Small (Business)

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Oracle, Microsoft updates ease data import, export; target vertical markets.

Oracle Suite Aimed at Exchange Users

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Collaboration Suite, which Oracle Corp. introduced last week, will provide another option for enterprises that want to use a relational data store for their groupware from Microsoft Corp. and IBM's Lotus Software division.

Gupta, Xcelerix Rev Databases

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Embeddable updates said to boost performance over relational systems.

NTT Chooses IBM to Build UDDI Registry

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Japan's largest long-distance phone service provider is using IBM's WebSphere and DB2 technology to build its UDDI registry.

MS Fixes More Holes in SQL Server

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Microsoft today released patches for four serious flaws in its SQL Server 2000 database software.

Precise Monitoring Tool Gains SQL Server Support

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Precise/Indepth for SQL Server 2000 lets database administrators resolve application performance problems.

Oracle Unveils Collaboration Software

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Oracle, once again, is attempting to challenge Microsoft's dominance in the collaboration market.

Oracle Readies Guide to Clear Up License Issues

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Software Investment Guide unifies Oracle's pricing and licensing policies to help avoid confusion.

Compuware Rolls Out Oracle Debugging Tool

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Tool debugs Oracle stored procedures from within the Microsoft Visual Studio .Net development environment.

The Buzz: July 1, 2002

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Many Mix Work With Vacation; Bill Targets Internet Piracy; Content Vendors Trade Lawsuits

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