Smoother way to build Notes-like apps in J2EE
- By ADT Staff
- February 7, 2006
Unify has released Unify NXJ Composer, designed to give Lotus Notes developers the ability to build Lotus Notes-like applications in J2EE without having to code by hand.
Unify NXJ Composer eases the transition to J2EE with bi-directional data synchronization between Notes files and relational databases, significantly reducing migration risk for the organization, according to Unify. This parallel operation enables an incremental transition to J2EE in a safe, non-disruptive manner, the company adds.
Unify NXJ Composer converts Lotus Notes databases, forms, formula language and LotusScript into a J2EE-based, relational database app that integrates with the enterprise architecture and leverages existing IBM hardware and software investments such as AIX, WebSphere and DB2, the company says.
Unify NXJ Composer is immediately available. For further information, contact Unify at 916-928-6400 or email.