Microsoft enhances FrontPage and SQL Server

Thursday Jun 12th 2003 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Microsoft is to support development of XML-based websites in Office FrontPage 2003 and extend SQL Server database capabilities to more than 50 proprietary databases and files.

[From ComputerWeekly]

FrontPage 2003 will serve as a WYSIWIG Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation Editor (XSLT) editor in which users can work with live data to develop interactive, dynamic websites. This will streamline the process of sharing information on the web, said the company.

With the WYSIWIG editor, users can build XML data-driven websites connecting to XML files, web services, and OLE DB data sources. It is no longer necessary to program with server-side scripting tools such as the Visual Basic development system, Visual C#, or Visual Basic Scripting Edition or Java to develop data-driven web sites.

SQL Server customers get a new level of integration with legacy data for high-volume transactions and data warehouses.

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