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Michael Finney
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Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)
http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2000/may/15webobjects.html
In short, EJBs will be supported in Web Objects 5.
"Later this year, Apple will ship WebObjects 5 for Java, which will be built using 100 percent pure Java technology. WebObjects 5 for Java will enable Internet developers using Java to quickly build complex solutions which can be deployed on virtually any server. WebObjects 5 for Java also will support a wealth of Internet standards including Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) for interoperability and JDBC for universal database connectivity. "
What is WebObjects? http://www.apple.com/webobjects/whitepaper/index.html

Ok. Great. There are others...
http://www.webgain.com/Company/index.htm
WebGain Studio has StructureBuilder which is "a model-based enterprise development tool that allow you to visually create Java applications and design, develop and deploy Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)."
What is WebGain Studio? "an integrated browser-to-database e-commerce development environment "
That is also found on http://www.webgain.com/Company/index.htm
These are two I will be watching. They both provide complete browser to DB solutions with object-oriented support in the middle. They both have relational to object mapping for the DB too. What will you be watching or using; one of these two or others?
 
George Brown
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My employer is in the process of shifting the company-standard Java IDE to WebGain Visual Cafe (previously a Symantec product) because WebGain is a BEA partner: so WebGain Studio will integrate really well with the BEA WebLogic products. So we shall most probably be using the WebGain suite soon, rather than the Visual Age that we use now.
It's brilliant that Apple are shipping a pure Java IDE, and with their excellent MacOS X I wouldn't be surprised if they do some 'insanely great' things with the technology. I'd like to be using it or at least to be given the option. If I was in the strategy department, I'd put Apple on every desktop...
 
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