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LinuxPR: Oracle Fills the Linux Tools Gap

May 16, 2000, 20:32 (1 Talkback[s])

"New Versions of Oracle Business Components for Java and Oracle® Forms Developer6i Round Out Industry's Most Comprehensive Line of Linux Internet Software."

"Oracle Corp., the largest provider of software for e-business, today announced the availability of Linux versions of its Internet application development tools Oracle(r) Business Components for Java and Oracle Forms Developer6i. The new tools fill a critical gap in the Linux market for application development tools that are optimized for web development. The delivery of these key products reaffirms Oracle's leadership in delivering the most complete line of Internet software for Linux, and underscores Oracle's commitment to meeting developers' demands for the latest Internet technologies. The new tools were unveiled at the kick-off event for Oracle's iDevelop 2000 conference series, the largest series of developer events focused on Internet technologies such as Java, XML, Linux, and web-site infrastructure."

"Oracle Business Components for Java and Forms Developer6i are part of the Oracle Internet Platform, the most comprehensive set of software for building, deploying and managing e-business applications. Their availability follows the successful introduction of other Oracle software for Linux, including the Oracle8i( database, Oracle Application Server, Oracle XML Developer's Kit and Oracle WebDB. To date, more than 50 percent of Oracle8i's downloads and 75 percent of Oracle Application Server software downloads from Oracle Technology Network (OTN) are on Linux."

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