News

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.

About the Author

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

Featured

  • Basic Authentication Extended to 2H 2021 for Exchange Online Users

    Microsoft is now planning to disable Basic Authentication use with its Exchange Online service sometime in the "second half of 2021," according to a Friday announcement.

  • Microsoft Offers Endpoint Configuration Manager Advice for Keeping Remote Clients Patched

    Microsoft this week offered advice for organizations using Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager with remote Windows systems that need to get patched, and it also announced Update 2002.

  • Azure Edge Zones Hit Preview

    Azure Edge Zones, a new edge computing technology from Microsoft designed to enable new scenarios for developers and partners, emerged as a preview release this week.

  • Microsoft Shifts 2020 Events To Be Online Only

    Microsoft is shifting its big events this year to be online only, including Ignite 2020.

comments powered by Disqus

Office 365 Watch

Sign up for our newsletter.

Terms and Privacy Policy consent

I agree to this site's Privacy Policy.