Introducing DTP Open Data Access Framework

Linda Chan (Actuate Corporation)

Data Tooling · Long Talk
Presentation
Tuesday, 13:30, 50 minutes | Great America Meeting Room 2 | Download in iCal Format

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Do you have a custom or legacy data source that you would need to access in a business application such as a Business Intelligence system? Are you an application tool vendor that constantly faces your customers demand to support heterogeneous types of data sources, including custom data repository? The Eclipse Data Tools Platform project (http://www.eclipse.org/datatools) delivers the Open Data Access (ODA) framework, a proven solution to address these requirements. ODA is one of the key components integrated by the Eclipse BIRT project (http://www.eclipse.org/birt) for heterogeneous data retrieval. Data providers can plug in an ODA-compliant data source driver to access any data repository. Both DTP and BIRT deliver out-of-the-box ODA drivers to access common data sources, such as XML, Web services, CSV files, and JDBC. Come join this presentation to learn more about ODA, and how your application may use and benefit from it.

Linda Chan is a Principal Engineer at Actuate Corporation, and serves on the Eclipse DTP Project Management Committee. She leads the Open Data Access (ODA) component in DTP, and the Data Access component in Eclipse BIRT project. Linda has been one of the chief architects and contributors to Actuate Corporation’s products since 1997. Prior to joining Actuate, Linda performed management and systems architect roles in the development of large scale IT applications, with over twenty years of leadership experience.

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