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New DevPartner Java Edition Previews atWeb Services Edge 2002 West
New DevPartner Java Edition Previews atWeb Services Edge 2002 West

(September 30, 2002) - Attendees at Web Services Edge 2002 West this week in San Jose will be able to preview DevPartner Java Edition 3.0, the latest edition of Compuware Corporation's suite of software development productivity tools. DevPartner Java Edition won't be generally available until early November, but visitors to Compuware's booth 501 at the Expo can view firsthand the improvements in this release.

DevPartner Java Edition Release 3.0 is completely rebuilt and separated from its Microsoft look and feel. The Java Edition of DevPartner is Web and Java architected from the ground up with higher usability and understanding for the Java Community. DevPartner Java Edition has a browser UI, to install the software anywhere and use it from everywhere that allows browser access to the development and test machines: across secure internal LANS/WANS, home or on the road.

Among the new features: This release introduces its memory analyzer that automatically locates memory-intensive methods in Java code and visually provides real time memory analysis and debugging. It includes threads analysis that helps developers find runtime multi-threading problems that can degrade Java performance and reliability.DevPartner also includes code coverage analysis that allows developers and testers to automatically locate untested code and script in Java applications, components and Web pages.

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