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Oracle Launches Oracle9i JDeveloper and Opens New Java Tool to Third-Party and Open Source Solutions
Oracle Launches Oracle9i JDeveloper and Opens New Java Tool to Third-Party and Open Source Solutions

(Redwood Shores, CA) - Oracle Corp. the world's largest enterprise software company, has announced a major advance in Java development productivity with the launch of Oracle9i JDeveloper and its new Add-In Kit for integrating third party and open-source tools. Oracle9i JDeveloper now offers developers and partners the ability to easily customize and extend its J2EE, XML, and SQL Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to best suit development needs. Ten partners, including BMC Software and Sitraka, will be immediately working with Oracle to integrate their development solutions with Oracle9i JDeveloper.

Now downloadable free of charge from Oracle's online developer community, Oracle Technology Network, the Oracle9i JDeveloper Add-In Kit includes everything needed to integrate a wide range of third party, open-source, and custom development testing and management tools with Oracle9i JDeveloper, including documentation, samples on how to use the Add-In programming interfaces, and use case scenarios.

Before being made publicly available, the Oracle9i JDeveloper Add-in Kit was used by Oracle's internal development teams to extend Oracle9i JDeveloper's core IDE with new integrated capabilities such as Unified Modeling Language (UML) modeling, enterprise reporting and business intelligence. Now partners and developers will benefit from the same ability to integrate additional tools and functionality with Oracle9i JDeveloper. The first partners scheduled to take advantage of the new open and extensible capabilities include BMC Software, Codagen, InCert Software, Informatik Atelier, Intrinsyc Software, Quintessence, Sitraka, VisualSoft Technologies, VMGear and Zero G Software.

"Not only does Oracle9i JDeveloper allow developers to build 100 percent standards-based applications, but the tool itself is completely open and extensible," said William Dwight, vice president of Application Development Tools at Oracle. "The new Oracle9i JDeveloper Add-In Kit opens up external access to the same programming interfaces that we use internally to extend the core IDE, thereby allowing our partners to quickly deliver high quality, tightly integrated solutions to the entire Oracle developer community."

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