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February 6, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:58pm

NETSCAPE EXTENDS VISIGENIC AGREEMENT TO SERVER SIDE

By CBR Staff Writer

Netscape Communications Corp is extending its commitment to Visigenic Software Inc’s distributed Corba object technology by integrating the VisiBroker Java and C++ request broker with its Enterprise Server 3.0 software and offering a single user version of Visigenic’s development tools for use with it. Visigenic’s VisiBroker for Java is already being incorporated into Netscape’s forthcoming Communicator client and SuiteSpot servers to provide seamless access to objects on Corba servers from Netscape front-ends. Visigenic said once Netscape licensed the client-side request broker components its developers began to use the server technology internally and liked it so much it decided to build support for the brokers into the server products. As a result there will also be a more complete integration of the VisiBroker ORBs in Netscape ONE Open Network Environment developer environment

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