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IBM Expands J2EE Application Development Tools
IBM Expands J2EE Application Development Tools

(January 28, 2003) - The newly-released IBM Lotus Domino Toolkit for WebSphere Studio is an application development toolkit designed to make it easier for Lotus Domino developers to use their current Domino development expertise and Domino-based applications in a J2EE development environment. Lotus also just previewed new Web rapid application development (RAD) features to help developers build collaborative applications for the J2EE architecture without additional Java programming.

The toolkit and Web RAD features for WebSphere Studio increase the options to work within both Domino and WebSphere development environments. Developers familiar with Domino Designer can continue to use their existing skill sets to build flexible, cross-platform applications, as well as build integrated applications that extend current Lotus Domino applications that leverage J2EE specifications.

The new development tools will include:

  • Custom JSP Tags: Domino developers can easily use Domino 6 custom JSP tags to access existing Domino data in WebSphere Studio.
  • Reusable forms, views, agents: Now developers who want to access Domino applications and data can view existing Lotus Notes databases deployed on the Domino server and reuse their forms, views and agents in new J2EE applications.
  • Eclipse Open Source platform: As the first toolkit from Lotus for the WebSphere Studio environment, this product is built on the Eclipse open source platform and shares a common look and feel of other WebSphere toolkits.
  • Web RAD features: In addition to the Lotus Domino Toolkit for WebSphere Studio, IBM is also demonstrating new Web RAD features for J2EE Web application development in WebSphere Studio.
The Lotus Domino Toolkit for WebSphere Studio will be included at no additional cost in a future version of Domino Designer 6. It requires both Domino 6 and WebSphere Studio V5, will ship in a separate directory and requires a separate installation. A beta version of Lotus Domino Toolkit for WebSphere Studio is available for download on http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/beta. Final code is currently scheduled to be generally available with Lotus Domino Designer in Q2 2003. Pricing and availability for the new Web RAD features will be announced at a later date.
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