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ozone

ozone is a transaction-based, object-oriented database management system completely implemented in Java and distributed under an open-source license. It aims to evolve a technology that allows developers to build pure object-oriented, Java database applications. ozone also contains a full-featured XML API that allows you to use it as an XML repository.

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  •  14 Nov 2000 21:02

    Release Notes: Complete reworks of the XML database code and API, better support for MSW platforms, and a lot of bugfixes, performance improvements, and new features.

    •  21 Aug 2000 11:02

      Release Notes: This release has been successfully tested on several JDKs and platforms. This release includes all core features that are planned for ozone 1.0, except for a graphical admin tool and better documentation.

      •  24 May 2000 22:22

        Release Notes: In OzoneProxy, OPP generated code is now used to directly invoke in-server methods, and a new protected method fetch() was added to OzoneInterface to speed up in-server calls. Ant support was added to the build process. ClientCacheDatabase (which actually executes objects on the client) was added but not well tested. With regard to XML, XPath code was moved to a separate package and cleaned of unused files. James Clark's XT was integrated, making it possible to use either Xalan or XT as the XPath engine. The performance of XT was improved.

        •  04 Dec 1999 01:03

          Release Notes: First announcement.

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