Borland Developer News - Java Edition, June 2004

By: Tim Del Chiaro

Abstract: Read the June 2004 installment of the Borland newsletter for Java developers. The newsletter contains information, news, and links for Java developers.

June 2004
  Borland at JavaOne 

Borland is proud to be a top-level Platinum sponsor of the 2004 JavaOne Conference. In the opening day general session, join Pat Kerpan, Borland CTO and Rick Nadler, Borland Chief Scientist for Java technology, as they explore the world of application lifecycle management (ALM), which empowers Java technology programmers to work together productively in teams across multiple time zones to tackle complex enterprise applications. If you will be at the conference, be sure to make Borland your first stop in the pavilion and see all of the latest Borland solutions in action.

Featured Borland sessions:
General Session: Getting Real About Enterprise Java Technology Development with Patrick Kerpan and Rick Nadler
Performance Tools Panel with Lax Sakalkale
What's new with JBuilder with Axel Kratel

Additional JavaOne information:
JavaOne Conference
Borland is a platinum co-sponsor

EJB Development with Borland JBuilder X and
Borland Enterprise Server 6.0 

This paper provides an overview of creating, deploying, debugging, optimizing, and testing Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) using Borland JBuilder X Enterprise and Borland Enterprise Server 6.0.

Download the white paper

Case Study: State of Geneva  

See why the State of Geneva selected J2EE and Borland for all future local government development projects and said The ease of implementation of the Borland Enterprise Server solution, its standards compliance, open infrastructure and excellent JBuilder integration gave it the edge.

View the case study

EJB Development with Borland JBuilder X and
BEA WebLogic 8.1  

This paper provides an overview of creating, testing, debugging, optimizing, and deploying EJB using Borland JBuilder X Enterprise and BEA WebLogic Server 8.1. 
 
Download the white paper

Important Message from Business Objects for users of Crystal Reports for Borland JBuilder: Potential Security Vulnerability

This is the official notice to notify you of a potential security vulnerability in the Web API provided by Crystal Reports 9, Crystal Reports 10, and all other products that use the web-based API such as Crystal Enterprise 9 and Crystal Enterprise 10.

Learn more and download the patch

Get ready for the 2004 Borland Conference  

Unleash the power of your Java applications at the 2004 Borland Conference.  JBuilder sessions will teach you advanced techniques for building and deploying J2EE applications, and how to accelerate the development of Web Services, XML, and web applications leveraging UML visual design features, and more. Register early and save $300. 

More information on the 2004 Borland Conference

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