Versant Object Technology Corp has released three Internet products; the Versant Java Language Interface, VersantWeb and the Versant Internet adapter, that integrate with its object database technology, enabling users to Web-enable enterprise applications. The Menlo Park, California-based company says the new Java Language Interface is designed to enable developers to build cross-platform Java applications that store native Java objects in the Versant database. VersantWeb with the VIA Internet adapter enables standard Web browsers to be used as the basic database client. Data within a Versant application can be accessed through HTML, automatically formatting queries for presentation within a browser. The company is touting it as means of dynamically building Web pages and presenting information via a Web browser without the need to develop a separate graphical user interface. The Versant Java Language Interface is compatible with Sunsoft Inc’s Java Development Kit versions 1.0 and 1.1, as well as Symantec Corp’s CafE Java development tool. VersantWeb 1.1 with VIA is shipping on Solaris and Windows NT, priced at $1,000 per developer seat.