NeoCore upgrades XML database

NeoCore XMS 2.6, an Extensible Markup Language database from NeoCore Inc. of Colorado Springs, Colo., runs on a standalone server and supports Java2 Enterprise Edition.

Unlike conventional relational databases, an XML database is self-constructing, said David Leeper, a NeoCore marketing manager. The database builds itself from well-formed XML code.

NeoCore XMS 2.6 uses XQuery, an XML query language that functions like Structured Query Language, for cross-document searching, Leeper said.

Application developers have a standard J2EE interface for Enterprise JavaBeans. There are also Hypertext Transfer Protocol and Component Object Model application programming interfaces to integrate XMS with other applications.

The database runs under Sun Solaris 2.8 and Microsoft Windows 2000, and later this year under 32- and 64-bit Linux operating systems, Leeper said.

The government price is $20,000 per CPU for the 32-bit standard edition and $30,000 per CPU for the 64-bit edition, Leeper said. A developer's license is $995 for one seat, $3,995 for five seats and $15,000 for enterprise use.

Contact NeoCore at 719-226-7000.

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