J2EE for Lotus Notes Domino and WebSphere
- June 01, 2006
Mainsoft has released a new version of Visual MainWin for J2EE, which allows .NET applications to be transferred into Java bytecode that can then be deployed on WebSphere Portal.
- October 06, 2005
Quest's Performance Management Suite for Java and Portals addresses portal bottlenecks in WebSphere and other J2EE settings.
- August 24, 2005
IBM releases Workplace Designer 2.5, an Eclipse-based tool designed to help Domino developers move into the J2EE space as well as build components to use in composite applications.
- August 18, 2005
IBM's autonomic and grid computing technologies are powering WebSphere Extended Deployment Version 6.0.
- July 27, 2005
In this article, Chen Lin, president of ToJava, which migrates Notes apps to J2EE, lists the steps in a Notes-to-Java migration. Part 1 explained how Notes and Java apps differ.
- July 08, 2005
As WebSphere expands, Notes/Domino users find more middleware applications to connect to Domino. While this aids collaboration, it requires a much wider range of expertise.
- June 30, 2005
In this month's roundup of Notes/Domino news, developers gain two education options and quality management software. Administrators, on the other hand, get a way to monitor replicating Notes databases and a double-the-money-back guarantee on an ...
- June 22, 2005
As Java and Java-based application servers such as WebSphere become standard elements in most IT environments, the need to migrate Domino applications to Java increases.
- January 20, 2005
This month's updates feature a new version of Control! from DYS Analytics, Inc., an e-mail archive tool from Avalon Business Systems and much more!
- January 21, 2002
In this week's product roundup, Jagre lowers prices on its DXSuite Designer Tools, Teamstudio offers incentives to court customers, and Gallatin gives away its Domino marketing application.