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Tamino 2.1 For Sun Solaris.

Tamino Software AG's XML database now runs on Sun Microsystems' Solaris operating system. The main innovations of the new version are a new query language (X Path), improved processing of XSL (eXtensible Stylesheet Language), support for read-only databases, and functions for tighter security.

Tamino 2.1 uses a query language based on X Path (the new W3G standard and successor to XQL) and includes new filter technologies that help produce more precise results. Finding individual elements of one or multiple XML documents using queries is now easier. The new version also features enhanced processing of dynamic XSL. Users no longer need additional applications to convert XML documents to HTML or to display XML in a different format.

Tamino data can now be accessed directly from read-only media,an option for users who want to prevent unauthorised modifications to their XML-format catalogues. Data can be stored on a CD and displayed on a different system. Previously, it had to be imported to a database before it could be displayed.

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Publication:Database and Network Journal
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 1, 2000
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