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Bluestone Releases Total-E-Business Suite

Bluestone Software Inc. has announced the availability of its Total-e-Business product suite based on XML and Java.

Total-e-Business complies with Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platform standards. The suite is driven by Bluestone's Java-based Sapphire/Web Application Server infrastructure. Bluestone's XML Suite takes care of data interchange and application integration.

The server can be deployed as a JavaBean or Enterprise JavaBean (EJB). It also supports W3C standards and includes "pluggable" XML core standards for parsing, querying, application of styles, filters, and formatters.

The suite includes a component developed in a partnership with Interwoven, Inc. Teamsite from Interwoven is a component that lets content developers and business managers collaborate on content and deliver it with Total-e-Business' J2EE engine. The XML declarative rules engine lets business managers define personalization and recommendation rules in XML and implement them.

Plug-ins for selling goods and services over the Web, include catalog capability, shopping cart, search engine, credit card processing, tax calculation, shipping, order checking, and user registration components. The e-commerce components are based on a JSP and XML framework that allows for rapid integration of existing applications. The suite also includes an online store template.

Contact Bluestone Software, (856) 727-4600, www.bluestone.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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