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BackWeb Technologies has announced that its BackWeb Offline Access Server has successfully completed BEAs Validation Program and is now verified to integrate with BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1. Completion of the program is a certification of sorts, letting customers knows BackWeb Offline Access Server has BEA's stamp of approval regarding use of the product with BEA's application infrastructure software. Larry Aronovitz, director of Worldwide Partner Programs with BEA, explained that BEAs validation program is "designed to help accelerate adoption of partners' solutions and market opportunities by helping to assure customers that these partners' technologies are verified to integrate with BEA WebLogic Enterprise Pl... (more)

JeeWiz!: Timesaving Tool for Developing, Deploying Web Services on BEA WebLogic

(March 12, 2002) - JeeWiz!, a Java Enterprise tool for developing, deploying, and testing Web services and J2EE applications on BEA's WebLogic Server, has been released by London-based New Technology/enterprise. While J2EE is the leading processing platform for Web Services, B2B transactions and traditional Web site development applications, it can be complicated to build and deploy correctly. JeeWiz! addresses the need to easily create or restructure systems for Web services and B2B transactions as well as traditional Web site development. JeeWiz! supports corporate environments ... (more)

BEA Puts OS Java in the News

"BEA facing growing competition from Eclipse" "Although WebLogic Workshop has been a successful product for BEA, the company is facing growing competition for developer loyalty from other Java tools efforts, including Eclipse, an open-source project founded by IBM. In the past year, usage of Eclipse has shot up dramatically, with usage in North America rising 90 percent, according to Evans Data. The software being released to the open-source community is what BEA calls an "application framework," or a set of utilities for deploying Java applications. For example, the Beehive soft... (more)

BEA Verifies H&W's Integration into WebLogic

Boise-ID-based H&W Computer Systems announced that its Web application diagnostics tool, DiagnoSys, has completed the BEA Validation Program. As a result, it is now verified to integrate with BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1. Customers can now rest assured knowing that DiagnoSys has been shown to integrate into BEA's infrastructure arena. Completion of the program implies that H&W's enterprise software has received BEA's genuine stamp of approval.   John Baisch, senior product manager for DiagnoSys, said, "Now, ... (more)

WebLogic Blog Round-Up

If one of the true signs of a vibrant developer community is an active blogosphere surrounding a technology, then the WebLogic family of technologies certainly passes that test with flying colors. In case you're not yet active yourself, WLDJ brings you a comprehensive selection from some of the best known (and many of the not so well-known too). Don't forget that you can blog yourself now, too, at the WLDJ site - you can get started in just three minutes at http://blog-n-play.com. Blog Topic: Advancements in Java Productivity By Jim Revera (http://dev2dev.bea.com/blog/jim_rivera/)... (more)