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Sybase creates Net-based database

Sybase is following its competitors by creating an Internet-based database for businesses to build and run Web-based applications. Sybase today said it will ship this fall Adaptive Server Enterprise 12.0, a database with support for Java and Extensible Markup Language, a new Web standard that lets businesses easily exchange data. The database maker joins Oracle and Informix who shipped their Internet-focused databases earlier this year. Sybase, at its annual users conference today in Orlando, also announced several new software tools aimed at helping businesses build e-commerce Web sites.

Sybase is following its competitors by creating an Internet-based database for businesses to build and run Web-based applications. Sybase today said it will ship this fall Adaptive Server Enterprise 12.0, a database with support for Java and Extensible Markup Language, a new Web standard that lets businesses easily exchange data. The database maker joins Oracle and Informix who shipped their Internet-focused databases earlier this year. Sybase, at its annual users conference today in Orlando, also announced several new software tools aimed at helping businesses build e-commerce Web sites.