Eclipse News Desk
Sybase to Lead New Data Tools Platform Project
Company Has Been Involved With Eclipse Since Early 2002
Aug. 29, 2005 10:00 AM
"We are excited about the Data Tools Platform Project and how it will allow developers to stay ahead of the curve by enabling real-world development across a host of mixed software and hardware environments," said David Tong, vice president of engineering, Sybase, as approval was announced announced of the new Data Tools Platform (DTP) project proposal as an Eclipse project.
"IBM has been actively contributing database tools for the Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) Project over the past year, and will be providing significant capabilities within the DTP Project," said Bernie Spang, Director IBM Database Servers. "We see this as an opportunity to establish a common set of tools to accelerate the adoption of Eclipse for building dynamic applications and reduce development costs for our customers."
"Actuate is pleased to be participating in the Data Tools Platform project, both in terms of assisting in the management of it and by donating code to provide the basis of the Open Data Access (ODA) capability in the Connectivity project," said Mark Coggins, senior vice president of engineering at Actuate Corporation. "We look forward to leveraging a number of DTP capabilities in the Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) project, particularly SQL modeling and editing."
Additional members of the Project Management Committee on the DTP project include IBM and Actuate. For more information on the Eclipse DTP project, please visit: http://www.eclipse.org/datatools.
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