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BEA AquaLogic® Data Services Platform 3.2
Important - Please Read
- ALDSP 3.2 supports WebLogic Server 10.0 MP1.
- ALDSP 3.01 supports WebLogic Server 9.2 MP2.
These two releases share a number of new features not available in the base ALDSP 3.0 release.
- Documentation for these new features is provided through a supplement entitled ALDSP 3.2/3.01 New Features Documentation. Unless otherwise stated, ALDSP 3.0 documentation (frequently referenced from this page) also applies for version 3.2 (and version 3.01). Some discrepencies in text and graphics between versions may exist.
- Data Services Studio, available in ALDSP 3.0 and 3.01, becomes part of the WorkSpace Studio plugin for Eclipse in ALDSP 3.2. References in the common ALDSP 3 documentation are often to "Studio".
AquaLogic Data Services Platform (ALDSP) provides a wide array of data services designed to improve data access from disparate data sources for a wide range of clients. Using such services, organizations can create virtual databases that can more quickly and accurately model their dynamic enterprise.
Data services encapsulate the logic for reading, writing, creating, updating, and deleting information, insulating data consumers from having to contend with multiple data source formats and connection mechanisms.
Studio provides the Eclipse-based tools and frameworks needed for rapid development and deployment of data services. Java, Web service, and SQL-based client applications can access deployed data service operations.
What's New in
In addition to supporting WebLogic 10.0 MP1 server, ALDSP 3.2 provides several new features, including:
For details on new features in the ALDSP 3 line see:
Getting Started with BEA AquaLogic Data Services Platform
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A number of user contributed and documentation how-tos are available including: