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Open Source Enterprise Application Integration Software

  Posted on Thursday February 08, @06:19PM Pacific
Infrastructure Openadaptor is a Java/XML-based software platform which allows for rapid business system integration with little or no custom programming. Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, a unit of German Dresdner Bank AG, has released their custom-built, back-end integration tool to the Open Source community and has named it Openadaptor. Openadaptor was used to deploy the company's global equities derivative trading system and supports many standards both in the financial and IT industries. It also has components that interface with a number of 3rd-party products such as Tibco and IBM MQSeries. Openadaptor's source code license is modeled after the MTI X license. It allows free use of the source code in any open source or commercial application.

 
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    Re: Open Source Enterprise Application Integration Software

    by ramdas k.baliga on Wednesday March 28, @07:09AM
    I want full detail about this topic.I want to present a seminar on this topic in my class.I am an Computer Engineering student.Please kindly help me in this matter.
    Thanking you.
    I want ur reply by 30/3/2001.
    with regards
    Ramdas...
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    • Re: Open Source Enterprise Application Integration Software

      by Philippe Turpault on Friday May 11, @05:46PM
      Ramdas,
      Did you get the information you were looking for?
      Did you present your seminar?
      Phil

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      • Re: Open Source Enterprise Application Integration Software

        by Shahana Siddika on Wednesday February 19, @07:38PM
        Do you have any open source code for EAI. Even I need it in academic purpose.
        --shahana

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