Oracle has started shipping version 2.1 of its Power Objects development tool, which is aimed at programmers of Intranet and mobile applications.
The product includes version 2.3.1 of the Personal Oracle Lite database, which provides read-only support for building catalogue-style applications for CDs, and a native database driver to replace the former ODBC driver. Developers can also use a new external application programming interface to access the database supplier's Power Objects Designer modelling tool and third party offerings such as transaction processing monitors. The Professional Edition costs $295 per developer and the Client/Server Edition $1,495 per developer.
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