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JeeWiz!: Timesaving Tool for Developing, Deploying Web Services on BEA WebLogic

JeeWiz!: Timesaving Tool for Developing, Deploying Web Services on BEA WebLogic

(March 12, 2002) - JeeWiz!, a Java Enterprise tool for developing, deploying, and testing Web services and J2EE applications on BEA's WebLogic Server, has been released by London-based New Technology/enterprise.

While J2EE is the leading processing platform for Web Services, B2B transactions and traditional Web site development applications, it can be complicated to build and deploy correctly.

JeeWiz! addresses the need to easily create or restructure systems for Web services and B2B transactions as well as traditional Web site development.

JeeWiz! supports corporate environments where central standards are defined and frequently changed. JeeWiz! allows experts to provide templated standards for use by application developers who develop business logic. This reduces the training required for the bulk of development staff. It also makes it very easy to change corporate infrastructure without impacting business processes.

JeeWiz! is the first tool to address the complete J2EE development process, from application design to service deployment and testing. The time-savings can be dramatic: a complete Web service with test cases can be defined and deployed in less than 15 minutes. This can reduce the project cost, risk, and time-to-market.

JeeWiz! generates code for Enterprise Java Beans (EJB2.0), J2EE Applications and Java classes. It deploys to WebLogic Server 6.1 and provides documentation in HTML. JeeWiz! uses industry standard components: XML, Java Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Version 1.3, EJB2.0, Ant, and JRUN. Further information is available at www.jeewiz.co.uk.

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