On 29 April, Borland plans to unveil Object Application Server (OAS), which is based on the VisiBroker object request broker (Orb) that it acquired along with Visigenic Software.
According to US reports, the offering, which runs object applications, will form the cornerstone of Borland's attempt to move into the enterprise space and supports Enterprise Java Beans and Microsoft's Transaction Server.
The firm is talking to Microsoft about licensing COM and will integrate its existing development tools with the environment to enable users to graphically assemble complex Corba applications.
Borland is also expected to migrate its Distributed Computing Environment-based Entera middleware to a Corba foundation and to migrate Entera customers to OAS in future.
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