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ApacheWeek: Issue 201 2nd June 2000

ApacheWeek: Issue 201 2nd June 2000

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jun 2, 2000


In this issue: In the news, Book Review: Professional Apache, Featured Articles, Apache status and Our final answer... In this issue: In the news, Book Review: Professional Apache, Featured Articles, Apache status and Our final answer...

"Apache Software Foundation join Java commmittee
CNet Investor reported that Sun Microsystems have set up two executive committees to oversee their Java Community Process(SM) community-based Java technology development programmes. The first committee will oversee the Java technologies for the desktop/server space and the other will oversee the Java technologies for the consumer/embedded space...."

"IBM Donates XML technology
As reported by C|Net, the Apache Software Foundation has received technology from IBM which will help developers create services using an open, vendor-neutral process. IBM's Java-built Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) will be contributed to the open source Apache XML project. The system provides a simple method of using XML to send message and access web services across distributed networks...."

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