Sybase, Microsoft Enhance Messaging Middleware

As mobile applications become increasingly complex, they demand more options for routing database messages and integrating them with a variety of back-end systems to boost data synchronization and performance.

…For its part, Microsoft, of Redmond, Wash., has designs for broadening the messaging routing technologies of its SQL Server Mobile Edition mobile DBMS, which was formerly called SQL Server Windows CE Edition. In particular, Microsoft knows it must prove the product’s ability to get at back-end data.

By importing and exporting data using the richer XML capabilities in SQL Server 2005, the next version of Microsoft’s enterprise database, SQL Server Mobile Edition, will incorporate new transaction replication abilities to connect back-end Oracle Corp. databases to the SQL Mobile platform through wizards, officials said.

In addition, Microsoft, in a limited release of SQL Server Mobile Edition, has enabled developers using the product to manipulate data and managed code more easily before it hits back-end systems, officials said….
[Via eWEEK Technology News]

Stronger middleware allows for good access to the backend applications. Utilising the new features in SQL 2005 means a next and good step forward.

Peter de Haas
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