AdventNet adds new features to ManageEngine JMX Studio
January 31 — AdventNet has added support for enterprise tools and platforms to ManageEngine JMX Studio, an independent JMX (Java Management Extensions) implementation certified by Sun Microsystems. ManageEngine JMX Studio's new features include an out-of-the-box adaptor for Tibco AMI, an Apache Axis SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) adaptor, manageability for Apache Tomcat servlet containers, and enhanced security with a context-based authentication service for its adaptors and the built-in Rules Engine.
JAMES promoted to top-level project
January 31 — Apache has increased the visibility of the Java Apache Mail Enterprise Server (JAMES) by upgrading it to a top-level Apache project. JAMES is a 100 percent pure Java SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and POP3 mail server, and NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol) news server. The project is designed to be a complete and portable enterprise mail engine solution.
Excelsior releases Jet 3.0
January 31 — Excelsior has updated its native code Java compiler with improved Swing performance, executable image optimization, NT services support, VB6/VBA integration, and more. Excelsior Jet 3.0 is available in both standard and professional editions.
MSS integrates mobile workforce and apps to the enterprise
January 31 — Broadbeam Corporation has launched Mobile Solutions System (MSS), a cross-platform mobile architecture. With support for Java and all major wireless networks, MSS aids in designing, developing, and deploying enterprise mobile solutions.
Etnus updates debugging tool
January 31 — Etnus has started shipping Etnus TotalView 6, a debugging solution for complex code. The latest version features expanded compiler and hardware coverage, improved C++ support, and support for seamless Java/C/C++ debugging through Etnus' new CodeRoad JNI Bridge.
Crionics introduces jPDF-Merger 1.0.0
January 31 — Crionics has launched a new module for its jPDF product suite. jPDF-Merger is a 100 percent Java solution for dynamic PDF document merging and splitting. The package includes a Java jPDF library, which can be used from applications or servlets; API documentation; GUI (graphical user interface) tools to perform merge/split operations manually; a servlet/JSP (JavaServer Pages) implementation for serving content from a Web server; and sample applications.
Wily enhances management solution
January 24 — Wily Technology has released Wily 4, a Java application management solution for production systems. The suite consists of three key components: Introscope 4.0, a Java application monitor solution; Introscope Transaction Tracer, which identifies individual problem transactions and allows personnel to isolate components that cause bottlenecks; and Introscope Leak Hunter, which identifies potential memory leaks in J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) applications.
Handango and Tira Wireless introduce J2ME deployment program
January 24 — Handango and Tira Wireless have partnered to launch Java Jumpstart, a J2ME (Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition) application deployment program for mobile operators. The program allows operators to develop an end-to-end Java application program in 30 days. Java Jumpstart includes a portfolio of applications ranging from games to personal productivity, Tira's Mobile Assure certification program, and Handango's application management and provisioning platform, Handango.
Wrox Press publishes application server guides
January 24 — In BEA WebLogic 7.0 Application Server Deployment and Administration Handbook, author Aaron Mulder presents the configurative, administrative, and deployment tasks associated with setting up and running J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) components on WebLogic 7.0. In Professional IBM WebSphere 5.0 Application Server, IBM WebSphere experts and architects detail how to develop, deploy, and manage enterprise applications for version 5.0 of IBM's WebSphere Application Server. Both books are available from Wrox Press.
J-ASP 2.3 now available
January 24 — Netcoole has released J-ASP 2.3, a tool that converts Active Server Pages (ASP) to JavaServer Pages JSP (JSP) and servlets. The latest version supports connection pooling and provides asp2servlet command and J-ASP runtime API documents.
Coldbeans releases new technologies
January 24 — Coldbeans Software has updated Jconsole, a Java Management Extensions (JMX)-based management console for JBoss application server. This project provides a prebuilt Web application for JBoss. Coldbeans has also introduced a JavaServer Pages (JSP)-based JMX HTML adaptor.
EJD Technologies launches Java code generator
January 17 — EJD Technologies has introduced SourceCafe 1.0, a Java source code generator that automatically generates up to 80 percent of data-driven Web applications from a database schema. Similar to hand-written code, SourceCafe's generated code has no dependency on third-party libraries.
Tangosol partners with Isocra
January 17 — Tangosol will integrate livestore, Isocra's database caching product, with Coherence, an in-memory clustering solution for J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) applications and application servers. The partnership allows customers building and running J2EE and Java applications that access diverse data sources through JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) to improve their applications' data access performance and add clustered scalability and reliability.
Sims Computing updates job scheduler
January 17 — Sims Computing has released Flux 4.1, a software component that provides time-based, event-driven, and file-driven job scheduling. Flux is targeted at software manufacturers who build Java, J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition), XML, and Web services applications for in-house and OEM (original equipment manufacturer) use.
Macromedia extends platform support
January 10 — Macromedia boosts Java development for Apple users by announcing JRun 4, its Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)-compatible application server, for Mac OS X. The company has also updated ColdFusion MX, its server-scripting environment for creating Internet applications, for BEA WebLogic Server, IBM WebSphere Application Server, and the Sun ONE (Open Network Environment) Platform.
PrismTech adds e*ORB to its portfolio
January 10 — PrismTech has acquired Vertel's CORBA business unit, bringing e*ORB, an embedded, real-time object request broker, to its Total CORBA Solution (TCS) portfolio. TCS comprises C++, Java and C language ORBs, sophisticated common object services, and connectivity products linking CORBA to J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition), Web services, and proprietary environments.
Dirig Software integrates WebSphere support into solutions
January 10 — Dirig Software has announced that its Fenway and PathFinder solutions will support IBM WebSphere 5.0. Fenway provides real-time monitoring and management for Web applications and individual Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)-based component connections; PathFinder automatically identifies transaction dependencies across Web servers, application servers, and databases.
ModelJ released on SourceForge
January 10 — ModelJ is an open source RAD (rapid application development) tool that uses code generation to create complete J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) applications with the Struts and EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans) frameworks. With ModelJ, developers can create a database-driven Website deployable to JBoss, an open source J2EE application server.
New version of JSOS now available
January 10 — Coldbeans Software has updated its servlets office suite, JSOS, to version 3.20. JSOS is a large collection of Java servlets and filters that provides 60 components for building Webpages.
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