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ActiveBPEL 2.0 Enhances Integration Tooling

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Open Source Business Process Execution Language engine is now making it easier for a variety of enterprise Java and .NET devs to work with business-focused web services projects. IDN looks at the upgraded features and provides a link for downloading.

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Web Services OK for MC Integrations

IT executives are increasingly interested in using web services for mission-critical integration among multiple endpoints, says a survey of 170 IT execs. IDN takes a look at why CIOs and architects are finding web services approaches more appealing --- even for complicated and mission-critical Enterprise Information Integration (EII) projects.

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ActiveBPEL Engine Gains XQuery, JavaScript

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Business Process Execution Language engine is now available for free download. Upgrades included XQuery and JavaScript support, as well as code samples and a number of other key ease-of-use features for devs to get into business process projects for web services. IDN takes a look at the new features and provides links to code and documentation.

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ActiveBPEL Engine Gains XQuery, JavaScript

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Business Process Execution Language engine is now available for free download. Upgrades included XQuery and JavaScript support, as well as code samples and a number of other key ease-of-use features for devs to get into business process projects for web services. IDN takes a look at the new features and provides links to code and documentation.

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CIO Survey: Web Services Up for Info Integration

IT executives are increasingly interested in using web services techniques to design and deliver complex, multi-source integrations, according to a recent survey of 170 IT execs, including CIOs and architects. IDN takes a look at what survey researchers say is a major breakthrough for the acceptance of web services approaches for complicated and mission-critical Enterprise Information Integration (EII) projects.

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Microsoft, JBoss Co-op To Gain Mo’ in 2006

Microsoft and JBoss will work together on a range of interop projects throughout 2006, with an aim to better tie J2EE and Hibernate in with Windows and .NET platforms. IDN outlines the 2006 Microsoft/JBoss work, which picks up speed in the wake of JBoss' latest enhancement to JEMS middleware stack, which has a strong focus on enabling J2EE connects to .NET.

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Evans Dev Survey Identifies SOA, Interop Trends

Evans Data Corp. has released its bi-annual look at trends among enterprise developers and architects. The Evans' Fall 2005 North American Developer Survey found provocative trends on three key integration trends - web services (may have peaked), SOA (optimistic but very patient) and Java-to.NET interop (quite a split). IDN takes a look at Evans findings for these topics, which come from more than 400 interviews.

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Sun Enters Phase 2 Java-.NET Interop

Sun and Microsoft engineers continue to work on up-the-stack interop between Java and .NET. Sun pledged to enable Java interop to Microsoft's Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) by developing and distributing open source implementations of key WS-specs. IDN spoke with a Sun exec, who lined out benefits to Java/J2EE devs for .NET interop.

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Amazon, Microsoft Partner on B2B Web Services

Amazon and Microsoft are partnering on an initiative aimed at getting Visual Studio.NET devs to build innovative apps to tie into Amazon's Web Services (AWS) platform. The two launched a dev contest, open through year's end, for building entrepreneurial apps that tie into Amazon product data and services for their own home-grown business, or for their enterprise.

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Marlabs Best Practices for J2EE to .NET Interop

J2EE to .NET interoperability continues to grow as a top priority for IT execs, IDN speaks with Manjunatha Kutarahalli, Vice President Global Delivery for Marlabs, a leading interop services firm, to outline the pros and cons of the most popular approaches, including (1) shared database; (2) runtime bridges; (3) message orientated middleware; (4) integration brokers, and (5) XML-based web services.

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Plumtree Portals To Aid Web Services Devs

Portal leader Plumtree Software, fresh from word of its being purchased by BEA Systems, is bringing next-gen portal technologies to enterprise architects and developers. See how Plumtree plans to craft a portal that will offer a one-stop development platform for building or assembling enterprise composite apps in Java or .NET from a wide variety of backend assets.

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Rise in “Hybrid” J2EE-.NET Apps Prompts Unity

Gartner predicts that 30% of all new apps will be "hybrid" J2EE/.NET within 2-3 years. That is pushing a new era in cooperation among J2EE-Microsoft relations. See how Sun, IBM, BEA, Compuware, Sonic and others, have one-on-one projects with Microsoft to craft a new set of tools, standards and Best Practices for better interop.

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