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When Apple released Snow Leopard they did not include the ODBC utility that was part of previous versions of OS X. Some people have relied on this for connecting to and administering various databases, and were concerned about it missing from Snow Leop
Fax server maker Biscom has debuted its Faxcom 5.0 server for Windows NT, which includes a native Microsoft Win 32 application with a Multiple Document Interface (MDI--a workflow viewer and image editor), SQL/ODBC database integration, and a translation server for faxing native attachments. Priced at $1,495 per unit, Faxcom 5.0 will ship next week, according to the Massachusetts-based company.
Intersolv has inked a deal with Microsoft to promote Microsoft?s Universal Data Access technology and to develop products that use Microsoft?s OLE DB specification for accessing multiple data types. Intersolv already sells data access tools for developers that use ODBC, an application programming interface for database access. The company will develop new OLE DB products, and will port OLE DB to non-Windows operating systems, the companies said.
O'Reilly and Associates is now shipping version 2.0 of its WebSite Professional Web server software. The $799 server includes a Java development kit, an HTML extension framework for ODBC database access, and support for Active Server Pages. It runs on Windows 95 and NT 4.0.
Vigor Technology has announced an add-on for Microsoft's Visual J++ development tool that lets developers link Java applications to relational databases. The tool, Mapper J++, allows developers to visually map Java classes, variables, and their relationships to any JDBC/ODBC-compliant database, the company said. The tool, priced from $249, will ship by year's end.
MathSoft released its StatServer, a distribution tool for statistical analyses and graphics. The tool is designed to work with relational databases from Microsoft, Oracle, Informix, and Sybase as well as with ODBC- enabled client applications such as Excel or Visual Basic. StatServer lets users create models using up to 2,000 statistical functions. The corporate price is $35,000; academic pricing is also available.
Visigenic Software has added support for Microsoft's OLE DB specification to its VisiODBC Drivers and VisiChannel for ODBC data access tools. OLE DB is designed to access not only relational data but data from spreadsheets, email, and unstructured object data. Any application that uses the Visigenic data access drivers will now be able to access not only databases but any data format that OLE DB supports.
Microsoft announced the availability of the Open Database Connectivity version 3.0 Software Development Kit. ODBC, an open-standard application program interface, allows applications to access heterogeneous structured query language data and insulates applications from underlying network and database implementations. ODBC is available for download from the Microsoft ODBC Web site.