Oracle has announced all of its major Internet Platform software products on Linux, including Oracle8i Release 3, the latest version of its database; Oracle Internet Application Server with Oracle Portal; and Oracle JDeveloper with Business Components for Java and Oracle Forms, two popular Oracle application development tools.
What does BC4J stand for?
BC4J stands for Business Components for Java (a software framework for scalable, high-performance Internet applications)
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the largest provider of software for e-business, has introduced Linux versions of its Internet application development tools Oracle(R) Business Components for Java and Oracle Forms Developer6i.
To that end, the source said that Oracle will today introduce a new set of components called Oracle Business Components for Java, that will speed the development of open, reusable components for application development.
At the Oracle iDevelop event, which began on Monday in Burlingame, California, Oracle announced the beta release of its Business Components for Java tool, intended to enable Java developers to reuse and customize the same business logic across multiple applications, and J Developer 2, which it claims is the fist tool to deliver complete support for server side Java standards.