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  • Quick Takes: Visual experience

    ASNA announces visual RPG 3.5, BinaryTree.com releases CMT for iNotes, LegacyJ DDS plug-in liberates IBM iSeries DDS screens for COBOL and Java, Tree Top to deploy KnowledgeTrack Enterprise Portal Platform on AS400 and WebSphere

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  • Cost, lack of skills stall WebSphere use, but IBM forges ahead

    Despite the apparent resistance by many AS/400 users to implement WebSphere, IBM appears determined to convince non-believers that it's only a matter of time before the software, used primarily for e-commerce, weaves its way into all 400 shops--whether it's wanted or not.

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  • WebSphere Focus: Rationalizing WebSphere tools strategy

    While many software products have gained and maintained the WebSphere nameplate, IBM's tools have been an exception. They have been rebranded as IBM Rational tools. In Las Vegas last month, the IBM Rational group showed new tools that link development to administration.

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  • Quest for WebSphere portal management

    Quest's Performance Management Suite for Java and Portals addresses portal bottlenecks in WebSphere and other J2EE settings.

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  • IBM REST engine taps into Microsoft-backed OData protocol

    An update to IBM's WebSphere eXtreme Scale server links .NET to WebSphere. Using the Open Data protocol, IBM's WebSphere eXtreme Scale REST data service offers ready connections to AJAX and PHP clients as well. With these data services, any HTTP client can get meta data from the eXtreme Scale data...

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  • Quick Takes: Liberty and the pursuit of happiness

    Liberty Insurance, Genelco partners with FORMation ; SoftLanding and IGNITe/400 offer open source WebSphere tools; and ZixIt, Esker agreement links delivery software to secure message transport service.

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  • IBM renews Java license at Sun’s JavaOne fest

    At JavaOne, IBM renewed its Java license with Sun for another decade. So its use of Java will continue in its WebSphere and Gluecode app servers.

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  • Domino and WebSphere

    Lotus Domino is starting to look a bit like IBM's WebSphere.

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