TAP Solutions has released the TAPMaster On Demand web service, an add-on module to its core data management platform that provides a link between its standardized data and a client’s proprietary or non-standard systems and software without the need for development staff. Queries go through the web service and provide ‘read only’ data so administrators need not worry about database security or impact on database performance. For developers building new applications, says Steve Pentin, TAP’s product manager, data is returned through a universal XML structure that has a consistent definition and single access point to all data elements in the database.
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TAP Solutions Releases TAPMaster On Demand
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