Sybase plans to make the beta versions of its PowerBuilder 7.0 development tool and Enterprise Application Studio (EAS) 3.0 bundle available for download from its Web site at the start of next year. EAS 3.0, which is codenamed Vineyard, includes PowerBuilder, the firm?s PowerJ Java development tool and release 3.0 of its Enterprise Application Server. The products are due to ship in the first half of 1999 and Sybase claims they have now been optimised for Web development.
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