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SAP Weaves Tighter .NET, Java Integration Tools

SAP has woven NetWeaver more tightly together, and the fit may be better for many non-SAP developers. The result, SAP hopes, will be a more intuitive, well-oiled platform that will make it much easier for Java and .NET devs to integrate their systems with data and business rules from SAP and other ERP software.

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Juice Pipes XML for "Live" Desktop Integration

Juice Software is providing developers with an XML-based data integration platform that can bring "live" data updates directly to their end users' desktops from a variety of back-end software systems -- ranging from simple web pages, networked Microsoft Office applications, SQL databases and even high-end ERP systems.

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BizTalk 2004 Preps Devs for Integration Projects

Microsoft's BizTalk 2004, slated to ship April 1, will begin to set the stage for many enterprise developers, .NET and Java, to get more accustomed to participating in integration-driven project work, according to analysts and partners IDN spoke with this week. Get insights into how BizTalk 2004 might begin to change the developer landscape at your firm.

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Today's Portals "Inadequate" for Web Services?

A stunning report from web services analysts Zapthink for portal developers predicts that today's web-based portals will prove "wholly inadequate" to meet the needs of emerging standards-based, loosely coupled, distributed applications. Read why the solution may be "rich clients," of all things. And why such an approach could save devs lots of time -- and headaches.

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Fleury Q&A: JBoss Inc. Looks Beyond J2EE

In an IDN interview, JBoss founder Marc Fleury tells how he'll spend the $10 million VC he just received, including a project that he says will help him build JBoss into a for-profit umbrella for incubating Open Source projects, and push the company beyond it's J2EE roots. Hear also how VCs think JBoss' low-cost software model may disrupt BEA and IBM.

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10 Tips for How To Get Your CEO on Board

As web services continue to mature, many developers are getting eager to tie them into their "glass house" legacy systems. To take that step, however, downstream .NET, Java and C# developers will need approvals from top line managers. An exec from Attachmate, provider of legacy emulation and integration, provides IDN with 10 good tips for winning them over.

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Hands-On: Building Asynchronous Web Services

How do web services devs best to deliver guaranteed two-way (asynchronous) communications to confirm transactions, update databases and otherwise make sure both ends of the web service are in synch? IDN has gathered some great resources (code sets, techniques, advice) from your fellow developers to help you take asynchronous web services head-on.

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Compuware Finds F1000 Seeking to Cut Java Complexity

Compuware's latest experience with F1000 firms shows that their dev execs are concerned with Java's growing complexity, especially as Java projects dovetail with web services and legacy integration projects. See how Compuware is bundling in modeling and integration-savvy features into its latest tools to help enterprises speed their projects.

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Countdown Starts for Java's Project Tiger

The countdown has begun to this summer's launch of J2SE 1.5 -- Project Tiger. Now available for beta review, the coming upgrade to Java 2 Standard Edition looks to address some of Java's most discussed ills -- including complexity of development, poor application monitoring and management, and insufficient rich client support.

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Dev Guide to 2004 Opps in SOA, XML Projects

A new report from ZapThink says that 2004 will see a dramatic rise in the size, nature and breadth of service-oriented projects, and makes suggestions for how enterprise devs, especially those with Java and .NET credentials, should hone their skills to take advantage of the trends. Get some tips on the hot skills for 2004.

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Java Devs React To Middleware Co's Site for .NET

The Middleware Company, creator and manager of TheServerSide.com, a leading online community for enterprise Java/J2EE devs, has launched a .NET version of its site. TheServerSide.NET is the first non-Java project launched by The Middleware Co. since its founding in 1998. See why The Middleware Co. feels now is the time to support .NET news and discussion - And why many Java devs welcome the outreach -- and many don't.

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Survey Finds Combining .NET with Java Cuts Dev Costs

More than 1-in-3 enterprises plan to use a dual Java/.NET strategy for their web services rollout, according to the latest survey from European IT researcher Quocirca. Respondents say keeping life-cycle development and deployment costs down is a major motivator. See if your web-to-legacy integration and custom web services plans can benefit from bringing .NET and Java devs closer together.

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