Bea Systems has started selling its Bea Webpack bundle to help users Web-enable their Tuxedo based applications. The suite includes Bea?s WebLogic acquisition?s Java application server, its Jolt middleware for hooking WebLogic to Tuxedo, and Symantec?s Visual Cafe Java development tool. The offering provides a 40 per cent discount over the prices of the individual products and costs $19,400. In return, Symantec is slipping coupons for a 30 day trial version of WebLogic into the boxes of version 3.0 of Visual Cafe, Database Edition.
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