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GLUE 3.0 Unifies Web Services, Servlets, and JSP
GLUE 3.0 Unifies Web Services, Servlets, and JSP

(June 14, 2002) - The Mind Electric's GLUE 3.0 beta is now available for download. GLUE is a fast, simple, comprehensive platform for creating Java applications using Web services, servlets, and JSP. GLUE 3.0 beta has a host of new features, including fully integrated support for Web services, servlets, and JSPs, an easy three-step approach for building complete Web applications, and drag and drop Web services and hot deployment of all resources.

GLUE 3.0 also offers integration with existing enterprise JAAS realms (NT/LDAP), simplified integration with third party J2EE containers, and streamlined publication of EJBs as Web services. Developers will be please to find that GLUE 3.0 has a TIBCO/JMS adapter, an Electric XML+ 5.0 toolkit, including transparent XML/Java serialization, and improved support for document/literal invocation.

GLUE includes a compact, high-performance implementation of important standards such as HTTP, Servlets, XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI; and interoperates with Microsoft .NET, IBM Web Services Toolkit, Apache SOAP, and other Web services platforms. GLUE can be used standalone or hosted inside any third-party application server.

GLUE standard is free for most commercial uses. GLUE professional includes additional features such as EJB integration, JMS integration, JAAS integration and a UDDI server. To download GLUE 3.0, go to www.themindelectric.net/download/.

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