AmberPoint to release free Java WS developer tools

AmberPoint has announced that it will release a Java version of its free Web services developer tools. A .NET version of the Express tools was announced in October.

AmberPoint Inc., Oakland, Calif., has announced that it will release a Java version of AmberPoint Express, the...

developer version of its Web services management software. A .NET version of the Express tools was announced in October.

The newest version of the free developer tools is designed to help an enterprise monitor, diagnose and debug Java-based Web services.

The initial Java versions of AmberPoint Express are designed for Web services built on IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic and Apache Axis, and will be generally available in the first quarter of 2004. Support for other Java development environments will follow, AmberPoint said.

AmberPoint Express for the Microsoft .NET Framework will be available by the end of this month, the company said.

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