Inter@ctive Week: [Lutris Enhydra] Server To Support Java, XMLApr 05, 2000, 00:06 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Charles Babcock)
"Lutris Technologies last week upgraded its popular open source Java application server into a unit that supports wireless extensions to its eXtensible Markup Language engine."
""Enhydra is in an extremely interesting position," says Evan Quinn, analyst at the Hurwitz Group. "It's difficult to see the Fortune 50 settling on Enhydra as core technology." But it has attracted the backing of a large open source community. "It's gained traction with the Linux development community," he says."
"Enhydra includes HTML Tidy, a Java tool that checks HTML code to make sure it is viable at run time, Webster says. The application server runs on Sun Microsystems' Solaris as well as Linux."