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Of interest is the "University Revs Open Source To Replace Middleware"

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Top Stories

o Inside WS-Security: Setting Core Foundations, Next Steps
o University Revs Open Source To Replace Middleware
o Open Source Project Foils Credit Card Fraud
o Database Vendors Agree on XQuery, Tests and Code Coming
o Eclipse R2.1 Improves External Tools Support, Editors
o The O'Reilly Factor: Inside the Workings of Rotor  


Inside WS-Security: Setting Core Foundations, Next Steps
As thousands of security professionals meet at RSA's Security Conference 
this week in San Francisco, OET takes an in-depth look at WS-Security, 
how developers should use it now and what steps are coming next for 
ensuring end-to-end interoperable security. OET spoke in depth with 
Microsoft's Director of Web Services Technical Marketing, Steven Van 
Roekel to get the outlook. 
[FULL STORY] http://www.oetrends.com/cgi-bin/page_display.cgi?199

University Revs Open Source To Replace Middleware
Developers at the University of Illinois are creating an ambitious 
Open Source alternative to expensive and proprietary ERP/EAI middleware. 
The OpenEAI Project is now releasing its work to developer review. 
Modeled after Apache, the project sports templates, business workflow 
rules and components for Java, XML and ERP APIs. OET spoke with the 
OpenEAI founders of the project to give you a closer look, and let 
you download the code and documentation. 
[FULL STORY] http://www.oetrends.com/cgi-bin/page_display.cgi?198

Open Source Project Foils Credit Card Fraud
An Open Source-based package for securing credit card information over 
the web for an online casino may cut the risk of using Open Source in 
your enterprise. See how senior developers at Lokitech have built an 
encrypt/decrypt solution for both .NET and Java sites using Crypto++ 
Open Source libraries. 
[FULL STORY] http://www.oetrends.com/cgi-bin/page_display.cgi?197

Database Vendors Agree on XQuery, Tests and Code Coming
Despite database vendor disharmony over web services workflow, they 
do agree on something: XQuery, a proposed standard for querying XML data 
and documents. Last week, the W3C began reviewing a test suite for XQuery. 
Even though the work was done by Microsoft/IBM, Oracle, Informix are 
climbing onboard, and IBM has even released code for its first proposed 
XQuery-compliant tool.
[FULL STORY] http://www.oetrends.com/cgi-bin/page_display.cgi?196

Eclipse R2.1 Improves External Tools Support, Editors
This week, the Eclipse Consortium released its latest upgrade, with 
features that improve the development platforms ability to work with 
external tools and libraries, including support for Ant and better 
navigation support. See the features and get a download.
[FULL STORY] http://www.oetrends.com/cgi-bin/page_display.cgi?195

The O'Reilly Factor: Inside the Workings of Rotor
The first book on the inside operations of Rotor, Microsoft's 
Shared Source CLI was issued this month by O'Reilly. For a 
close-up view of how developers and researchers/designers can 
leverage the CLI, OET spoke with co-author David Stutz, a member 
of the core design team for the .NET Framework. He offered us 
some keen insights, templates and code samples. 
[FULL STORY] http://www.oetrends.com/cgi-bin/page_display.cgi?194

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