Oracle plans to launch a Java-friendly version of its mobile Personal Oracle Lite database next week, at its Open World user conference in Los Angeles.
Version 3.0 of the product includes Java access classes to enable users to store and query Java objects. It also features a Java object browser to enable developers to browse Java objects and relational data stored in the database.
The upgrade, which runs on Windows-based PCs and Macs, requires about 2.5Mbytes of hard disk space. It costs $195 for a single-user licence and will ship in December, although a network computer version is expected to follow next year.
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