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The Middleware Company is offering an Enterprise JavaBean for Architects class and Circata has developed a new version of its Circata Exellar Mobility Platform.

p>Enterprise JavaBeans class offered

The Middleware Company, Austin, Texas, specialists in advanced Java training and consulting, will present an Enterprise JavaBeans for Architects class in London, England from Dec. 3 to 7. It is a forum for experienced Java developers to discuss problems common to EJB and related technologies. It costs $3000.

www.middleware-company.com

Circata sells mobility platform

Circata Corp., Minneapolis, Minn., is now selling the Circata Exellar 2.0 Mobility Platform, the next version of its platform designed to enable companies to easily design, deploy and maintain customized mobile business applications. It was built using Circata's "Multiple Application Processing Engine" technology, allowing the Exellar server platform to run on any operating system, including Linux and Solaris.

www.circata.com

Mercator selling Integration Broke Version 6.0

Mercator Software Inc., Wilton, Conn., is now selling the Mercator Integration Broker Version 6.0.It is designed to offer a single, business -level platform for integrating both Web-based and electronics data interchange transactions with business systems, and for integrating applications throughout a business.

www.mercator.com

VistaPortal offers Web services consulting, products

VistaPortal Software Inc., Lexington, Mass, is providing products and professional services to meet the demand for development and integration services focused around Java and Sun ONE technologies from Sun Microsystems. They include front-end Web services application development and integration, Sun ONE applications development and integration services, StarOffice-based applications development, viSTAR Library and Vista JDBC.

www.ivistaportal.com

SAP joins UDDI registry

SAP AG, Walldorf, German, a provider of e-business software solutions, will become a global Universal Description, Discovery and Integration registry operator and will build on UDDI for service integration and publish global services within the UDDI Business Registry. SAP will fully leverage UDDI for e-business solutions, from providing SAP functionality for Web services to using services published through UDDI.

www.sap.com

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