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Borland updates Janeva

Borland updates Janeva

SAN FRANCISCO (11/11/2003) - Borland Software Corp. on Tuesday released Janeva 6.0 software for connecting .Net applications to J2EE and CORBA on the back-end.

The latest version includes support for Microsoft Corp. Office applications, transactional services and improved security.

Janeva now can serve as a bridge between Office applications, namely Excel and Word, and the data in J2EE or CORBA systems.

The new transactional capabilities improve the delivery of services and give J2EE or CORBA services the ability to call back .Net applications.

On the security front, Janeva 6.0 provides encryption via SSL and can leverage authentication and single sign-on.

Janeva 6.0 is certified for BEA Systems Inc.'s WebLogic, IBM Corp. WebSphere and Oracle Corp. 9i application servers, and Borland's own Enterprise Server.


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