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PR: Syndeo 2.1 offers developers a complete framework for building portable Web applications

By Kevin Reichard (Send Email)
Posted Oct 2, 2000


PR Newswire: Macadamian Technologies Inc., an Ottawa- based provider of eBusiness and Linux solutions, announced today that the Developer Edition of Syndeo Collaboration Suite 2.1 now includes Hypersonic SQL, an open- source Java database. Bundling the Hypersonic SQL database, Tomcat Java Web server, and a lightweight EJB container with Syndeo in an easy-to-install suite gives Syndeo users a compact and powerful package of tools to create eBusiness and Web applications. Developers can use Hypersonic, Tomcat, and Syndeo to create Web applications that are portable across a wide variety of Web servers, application servers, and databases.

Bundling the Hypersonic SQL database, Tomcat Java Web server, and a lightweight EJB container with Syndeo in an easy-to-install suite gives Syndeo users a compact and powerful package of tools to create eBusiness and Web applications. Developers can use Hypersonic, Tomcat, and Syndeo to create Web applications that are portable across a wide variety of Web servers, application servers, and databases.

Macadamian will be demonstrating Syndeo at booth No. 4611 in the Government Technology Exhibition (GTEC), October 3 and 4 at the Ottawa Congress Centre. For a limited time, you can download the Developer Edition of the Syndeo Framework and the Syndeo Collaboration Suite for free at www.macadamian.com/download/index.html.

About Syndeo
Syndeo is server-side software that helps eBusinesses create Web applications that encourage communication and enhance relationships with partners, suppliers, clients, and employees. The Syndeo Collaboration Suite is based on Enterprise JavaBeans technology and ships with a series of pre-built data objects and business logic components for rapid assembly and deployment of interactive, data-driven Web applications. For more information on Macadamian and Syndeo, visit www.macadamian.com.

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