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Inprise/Borland Releases Java Developers' Kit

Inprise/Borland released its JBuilder 3.5, a new version of its Java development tool. JBuilder 3.5 is Inprise/Borland's rapid application development tool for creating business, database, and distributed applications based on the Java 2 platform.

JBuilder 3.5 includes strong support for Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) standards for developing and deploying e-business applications. The product supports development on the Linux, Windows, and Solaris platforms. JBuilder 3.5 also includes wizards and visual tools for creating reusable JavaBeans and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs). Also included with JBuilder 3.5 is a Development License for VisiBroker for Java and the Inprise Application Server 4.0, which supports J2EE standards.

JBuilder 3.5 is available in Enterprise and Professional editions.

Contact Inprise/Borland, (800) 632-2864, www.borland.com.

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