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Important product releases for the development of intelligent enterprises.

Autodesk Local Government and Public Works Solutions
Autodesk
These solutions help local governments and public works agencies create, manage, and share CAD, GIS, and engineering information in a single, open-standards, Oracle-based environment. By extending the user's ability to integrate data types and share the information across organizations — from planning to design to operation and maintenance of infrastructure assets — the solutions ensure accuracy, precision, and data integrity are maintained, ultimately increasing user productivity and decreasing project costs. The modules are built on Autodesk Map, Autodesk MapGuide, and Autodesk Land Desktop software.

Engenio VDS Provider
Engenio Information Technologies (formerly LSI Logic Storage Systems)
Simplifies provisioning and managing storage resources in Windows Server 2003 environments using QLogic's SANsurfer VDS Manager software. Engenio and QLogic have collaborated to integrate the Engenio VDS Provider with the QLogic SANsurfer VDS Manager application for Microsoft Windows Server 2003. SANsurfer functions as a graphical software foundation for allocating and administering storage in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 environment.

DataWindow .Net
Sybase
DataWindow .Net is a new development tool for any .Net environment that's designed to simplify and accelerate the creation of data-driven enterprise applications — including rich and smart client. Gives developers a single tool to incorporate data access, complex logic, and data presentation into .Net applications.

Dimension Data Direct
Dimension Data
An e-marketplace solution that requires little or no capital investment. Reduces corporate infrastructure cost by automating the customer purchase process from technical decision through purchase. Dimension Data claims DD Direct can improve a client's processing efficiency by as much as 33%. Can bundle purchases of technology products and affiliated services, handle multiple currencies, generate electronic invoicing, produce multivendor quoting, and allow for end-user self-service configuration and ordering.

nVision Fault Manager for Java
nVision Software Technologies
Extends nVision's presence in the Web services fault management market and complements nVision Fault Manager for .Net. Gives managers of business-critical Java applications and Web services real-time detection and notification of errors and exceptions, increasing their visibility and control of Web service environments.

WebSphere Business Integration Modeler Version 5
IBM
The Business Integration Modeler provides a view of how business processes such as customer service, claims processing, or supply chain management are being executed across disparate, far-flung networks, which in turn lets companies detect slowdowns, look for efficiencies, and respond faster to customer demand and changing market conditions.

iNet
Stryon
New application migration product that changes .Net-based applications, developed in Visual Basic .Net or C#, into pure Java applications that run in any Java-enabled environment, including Unix and Linux operating systems and leading application servers such as IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic, SunONE, Oracle 9i, and JBoss.

QAnywhere
iAnywhere Solutions
QAnywhere is an application-to-application messaging technology within the SQL Anywhere Studio, iAnywhere's data management and enterprise synchronization product for mobile access to corporate information. QAnywhere facilitates the development of mobile applications that easily integrate with back-end enterprise application servers and messaging systems that support Sun's Java Message Service (JMS). Leverages extended functionality in SQL Anywhere's MobiLink synchronization server that allows it to function as a messaging server.

WSRP Web Part Toolkit, WSRP Web Services Toolkit, Web Part Toolkit for SAP iViews
Microsoft
The WSRP Web Part Toolkit for SharePoint Products and Technologies leverages the Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) specification created by the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) to build portlets that interact with other portal sites, regardless of the business system they use. This toolkit complements a variety of already available standards-based integration technologies, including the XML Data View Web Part. It includes a ready-to-install "consumer" component that displays WSRP portlet services provided by a variety of vendors within Web Part pages hosted by Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Portal Server 2003.

For developers to make SharePoint site content available over WSRP Web services, Microsoft also is providing a WSRP Web Services Toolkit for SharePoint Products and Technologies that explains and provides examples for creating and deploying WSRP-compliant producer Web services, making it easier for businesses to leverage SharePoint application functionality and content within third-party portals.

A new and additional method for integrating SAP functionality into SharePoint Portal Server environments is the Web Part Toolkit for SharePoint Products and Technologies for SAP iViews. This toolkit is designed for developers and system integrators who are creating composite applications that combine SAP resources with other application, people, team and knowledge resources within SharePoint sites and enterprise portals.

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