Friday, September 13, 2002

Documentum moves to J2EE

"The first change is a move to Java-based application programming interfaces so that enterprises will no longer need Documentum's proprietary application server.

"With BEA's Weblogic and IBM's Websphere the world does not need another application server as most of our clients use one or both of those products," said David Gingell, European marketing director at Documentum. "

"The company says that new usability features include a unified framework for all Web-based user interfaces, providing consistency and easy, intuitive point-and-click commands. The framework is based on its Web Development Kit (WDK 5) and provides a common J2EE architecture for Web-based user interfaces as well as easy customization."
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