IBM Corp has teamed up with Select Software Tools Inc over its San Francisco component framework application template technology. Teams from both companies have begun working on new component technology for San Francisco, aimed at making it easier for software vendors to see component-based views of San Francisco, so that frameworks can be customized more easily through Select’s Component Factory modeling tool. The two are also working together to develop a Java code generator for San Francisco, which will be marketed by both companies. IBM says it’s committed to making San Francisco work with third party development tools and already has agreement with Rational Software Corp and Borland International Inc for San Francisco (CI No 3,060). San Francisco is a set of Java building blocks intended to provide the core functionality of general business processes such as sales order processing, general ledger, inventory management and product distribution (CI No 3,206).
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