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Bowstreet Portlet Factory for WebSphere 5.6 Features Integration with Lotus Domino

Bowstreet Portlet Factory for WebSphere 5.6 Features Integration with Lotus Domino

(April 30, 2003) - Domino customers will especially welcome the newly released Bowstreet Portlet Factory for WebSphere version 5.6. It features the Lotus Collaboration Extension, as well as advanced portlet creation tools and enhanced J2EE automation, giving Domino developers access to the power of J2EE.

Bowstreet's Lotus Collaboration Extension allows Domino customers to extend existing Domino applications and data to WebSphere Portal. This offering includes graphical tools for automating the creation, customization, and maintenance of Domino portlets for WebSphere Portal. Users can create these portlets without writing any Java code or learning the Domino or WebSphere Java APIs. In addition, portlets can be made people-aware, enabling end users to view the status of and instantly communicate with other users via Sametime chat or email.

Bowstreet Portlet Factory for WebSphere 5.6 is available immediately.

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