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Oracle Announces Latest Release of Oracle Berkeley DB

Mar 24, 2010, 03:02 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Today, Oracle announced the latest release of Oracle® Berkeley DB, the high-performance, small footprint open source embeddable database engine for mission-critical ‘edge’ applications.

"Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 introduces a new SQL API, based on SQLite, which is familiar to a large developer community and helps simplify application development.

" New features include support for JDBC and ODBC connections to Oracle Berkeley DB.

"In addition, Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 introduces support for the Android platform, offering developers the ability to develop and deploy a wide range of applications.

"Oracle Berkeley DB runs directly in the application that uses it, enabling applications to execute faster in embedded environments including handsets and mobile devices.

"Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 will be available for download on March 31, 2010."

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