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Systinet Ships Web Services Tool Upgrade
Systinet launches an upgrade of its Web services tool for the Eclipse open-source IDE for building Java-based applications.
May 9, 2005
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Systinet Corp. on Monday launched an upgrade of its web services tool for the Eclipse open source integrated development environment for building Java-based applications.
Systinet Developer 5.5 enables developers using Eclipse to create, debug, test and deploy web services, standards-based technology for integrating applications over the Internet using extensible markup language.
The latest release of Developer, which is available from the Burlington, Mass., company at no charge, provides support for creating web services using the WS-ReliableMessaging specification. The tool also supports testing against the Web Services Interoperability Basic Profile.
Web services built with developer can be published to a UDDI V3 compliant registry, including the Systinet Registry.
Systinet Developer 5.5 is available now and supports all versions of the Eclipse IDE, including the latest 3.0 version.
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