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LinuxPR: Enhydra open source Java/XML application server available for First time on CD

Mar 08, 2000, 16:14 (0 Talkback[s])

"Lutris Technologies, an Open Source enterprise software and services company, and sponsors of Enhydra, announced today at ApacheCon (Booth 207), that the Java/XML application server is available for the first time ever on CD. A CD containing Enhydra version 2.3, along with Inprise's JBuilder 3 Foundation and the Enhydra Tools for JBuilder, will be offered free of charge to attendees of this year's ApacheCon event and will be distributed along with the April issue of Enterprise Linux Magazine."

" 'We're excited about being able to distribute Enhydra on CD,' explained Yancy Lind, CEO, Lutris Technologies. 'In keeping with the Enhydra design philosophy of supporting best-of-breed development tools, the inclusion of JBuilder Foundation will help developers be more productive and more easily leverage our unique XMLC technology from within JBuilder. And with the addition of Enhydra Tools for JBuilder, we've dramatically simplified the development of scalable 3 tier applications, and made full use of JBuilder's outstanding functionality for Java developers.' "

"Enhydra 2.3 includes tight integration with Inprise/Borland's JBuilder Foundation IDE, through the inclusion of a new product, the Enhydra Tools for JBuilder. The Enhydra Tools for JBuilder substantially increase the efficiency of Enhydra developers by giving them one consistent environment from which to design, debug, and compile their Enhydra applications. The Enhydra Tools for JBuilder work with JBuilder Foundation and upcoming releases of JBuilder Enterprise and Professional editions, Inprise's leading Java development environment, available on Linux, Windows, and Solaris. The integrated tools automatically configure Enhydra's application server for use within JBuilder. The Enhydra 2.3 CD distributed at ApacheCon will include the entire suite of products for Linux, Solaris and Microsoft Windows operating systems."

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