posted 15 years ago
IN A BID to attract developers, BEA Systems at its BEA eWorld show in February will detail a new framework for building Web services, called Cajun, using technology that is coming out of its acquisition of Crossgain, a company official confirmed.
Cajun, when it becomes available in April, will be a framework for building Web services that includes a toolset and a runtime, Sebastain said. Part of Cajun is a tool that provides a visual way of building Web services while at the same time letting developers write Java code.
He added that Cajun is designed for developers to build Web services in Java, on top of BEA's own WebLogic application server, and that developers will be able to use third-party tools with the framework, such as those from Borland and WebGain.