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Short: Java access for DB2

Infospace is now shipping WebSeQueL, a Java-based database query and reporting tool for culling information from IBM DB2 databases on the Web and corporate intranets. Running in standard Web browsers, the tool lets users run queries, build reports, and chart and graph corporate information, such as sales and marketing data, stored in relational databases. Pricing starts at $395 per user.

Infospace is now shipping WebSeQueL, a Java-based database query and reporting tool for culling information from IBM DB2 databases on the Web and corporate intranets. Running in standard Web browsers, the tool lets users run queries, build reports, and chart and graph corporate information, such as sales and marketing data, stored in relational databases. Pricing starts at $395 per user.