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Riverton Announces How Server for Enterprise JavaBeans

Riverton Software Corp. today announced How Application Server Edition for Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB). The new edition of Riverton's component-based development and deployment environment is designed for IT organizations and application software vendors needing to build enterprise applications using business components hosted in EJB.

How Application Server Edition provides a bundling of component design and deployment technology to developers building application servers. The product runs on OpenFrame, Riverton's component deployment framework, which has been enhanced to provide an easier interface with EJB. How Application Server Edition includes the graphical builder tools Domain Builder, for middle-tier business objects; Task Builder, for presentation-tier objects; Query Builder, for designing the application's database interaction; and Activity Builder, for modeling business logic. How Application Server Edition for EJB will be available during the fourth quarter.

Contact Riverton Software, (781) 229-0070, www.riverton.com.

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