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eWeek: Sleepycat Upgrades Berkeley DB

May 08, 2003, 11:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Lisa Vaas)

"Sleepycat Software is rolling out an update of its Berkeley DB open-source embedded database that's geared to serve as a sturdy base for Berkeley DB XML, the company's first native XML data store.

"Both Berkeley DB 4.2 and the general-availability release of Berkeley DB XML will be out in June, said officials of the Lincoln, Mass., company. The XML product was released to alpha late last year and has been in beta with about 400 people for the past two months.

"Berkeley DB 4.2 rolls up recent bug and scalability fixes and also provides better performance on multiprocessor boxes, officials said. The software features a new collections-based Java API. It also includes documentation and support for a smaller compiled version of the product's library, for use in constricted deployments such as cell phones..."

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