Borland has started shipping version 4.0 of its Entera middleware, which now supports Java.
The software, based on the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) specification, also now supports Borland's Delphi development environment and Appcenter application modelling and monitoring tool. This means Entera applications can be written in thee languages as well as Powerbuilder, Cobol and Visual Basic.
Entera will also be integrated with the firm's Visibroker object request broker, recently bought from Visigenic, and its Midas middleware, based on Microsoft Dcom.
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