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Jul 28, 2004, 13:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Clint Boulton)


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"Looking to take the sting out of Java development, BEA Systems released code under Apache Beehive in the hopes of getting programmers to write service-oriented architecture (SOAs) applications.

"Launched in May to help sway developers to and unite them against Microsoft .NET, Beehive is the donation of the company's WebLogic Workshop application framework, a development environment for BEA's run-time software, to the open source community under Apache.

"The software maker also announced at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention Wednesday that Apache XMLBeans, an incubation project to help simplify Java and XML development, has been green-lighted as an official Apache Software Foundation project. XMLBeans is an XML-Java binding tool BEA submitted to Apache in September 2003..."

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