Oracle Applications to Support Mozilla as a Client
Friday January 16th, 2004
eWeek is reporting that Oracle plans to allow Mozilla to run Oracle applications. The move is part of the company's strategy to support Linux as a client as well a server. No timetable has been given for enabling Mozilla support, though Oracle says the operation is still in the early planning stages. The report quotes Mozilla Foundation President Mitchell Baker, who notes, "Oracle's support of Mozilla in Oracle products, such as Collaboration Suite, is an important element in enterprise adoption."
This mean Oracle are going to write XUL apps to axs Oracle db's?
I could not be happier to hear that Oracle is interested in Mozilla. Welcome to the party, big O.