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BEA Partners Showcase Controls for BEA WebLogic Workshop

BEA Partners Showcase Controls for BEA WebLogic Workshop

(June 10, 2003) - At JavaOne this week, independent software vendors (ISVs) such as Attachmate, Blue Titan, Confluent Software, Cyclone Commerce, Documentum, Informatica, salesforce.com, and Yahoo! Enterprise Solutions plan to offer Java Controls for BEA WebLogic Workshop. Through these third-party controls, developers are exposed to complementary ISV solutions that can enhance their skills, while providing a wider audience for BEA's partners.

Attachmate will demo its Smart Connectors integration with WebLogic Workshop. "Providing the bridge between legacy business processes and new applications is the hallmark of Attachmate myEXTRA! Smart Connectors," said Markus Nitschke, vice president of marketing at Attachmate. "Our products overcome the barriers of interacting with the host environment so developers can leverage their BEA skill sets and quickly integrate legacy assets into the highly functional BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform infrastructure."

Confluent Software, which will also be showcasing at JavaOne, provides controls to build the security and management functionality required for Web services during the early development phase. "With Confluent and BEA, our customers now gain command-and-control throughout the application lifecycle, starting with development through deployment," said Alain Couder, president and CEO of Confluent Software Inc. "The benefit to the customer is that development cost can be reduced up to 50 percent, and maintenance cost can be reduced up to 20 percent."

salesforce.com plans to offer Java controls for customers building new applications that access sforce, SalesForce.com's new client/service application development system. -class tools, BEA and salesforce.com are leading the industry in making rapid, service-oriented development accessible to everyone."

By providing developers with building blocks that encapsulate complex J2EE details in connecting and using systems, logic, services, and business processes, BEA WebLogic Workshop controls simplify application development and business process assembly. Controls provide a consistent service-oriented approach to integrating enterprise resources, such as databases, applications, and external Web services. Because controls can be reused in future projects, software developers can share development best practices; and because controls abstract J2EE "plumbing" code, they too can be shared among integration specialists and business analysts. Workshop controls are a key element in fulfilling BEA's goal of increasing resources for the greater development community.

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