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internetnews.com: Pollinating the Beehive

Jun 27, 2004, 04:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jim Wagner)

"Java software maker Instantiations, Inc., is providing code for a new project that will connect the SOA and enterprise application framework of Apache Beehive to the Eclipse project.

"The code, a set of plug-ins and UI components dubbed Eclipse Pollinate, enables J2EE developers to create advanced applications using Beehive for their network in the Eclipse IDE, freeing them from much of the drudgework involved in reusing code.

"BEA Systems created Beehive, a set of software components, in May when the company open-sourced several functions out of its WebLogic Workshop, its own proprietary IDE. The functions include: Controls, for creating and re-using code; Java Page Flow, for Web-based UI and application creation; and Metadata for Web Services, which is BEA's support for Java Specification Request-175 (JSR-175). The Apache Software Foundation later picked up the project..."

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