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  • Borland Web Services Home Page  External link

    Borland provides the foundation for building rapid e-business solutions with Web Services for Windows, Linux, and Java. By adopting a Web Services strategy that supports open systems, Borland enables customers to move to the future without abandoning past investments. In addition, Borland solutions offer the power of cross-platform development, allowing developers to create single source, enterprise level Web Services applications that can be ported to Windows or Linux by simply recompiling on the target platform.

  • Web Services Development  External link

    Borland Software Corp.'s Delphi 6 is the first salvo for the minds and dollars of developers in the Web services war. That's the competition to prove that Web services amount to more than an empty catchphrase, that they can be instantiated in real code and working applications.

  • Kylix 2: Web Services RAD for Linux  External link

    The Borland Kylix 2 RAD tool makes it easy to develop enterprise-class applications that integrate with Web services industry standards such as SOAP, XML, and Web Services Description Language (WSDL).

  • Delphi 6 speaks to Web services  External link

    Borland Software Corp.’s Delphi has been a favorite rapid application development program among developers for years. As its arch rival Microsoft Corp. does with Visual Basic, Borland calls Delphi a RAD tool, although each application is more an integrated development environment for serious programmers than a modeling tool for nonprogrammers.


    The Borland Web Services Kit for Java provides support to deploy and consume Web Services with the Java language and Borland JBuilder. The kit handles the SOAP, UDDI and WSDL implementations so that developers can concentrate on Java development. The kit includes wizards to generate Java code from WSDL and to generate WSDL from Java code, a UDDI Explorer, and deployment support to expose Web Services using Tomcat and the Apache Axis implementation of the SOAP standard. The UDDI Explorer allows developers to browse UDDI servers to find appropriate Web Services to consume. The Web Services kit does not require a separate runtime environment, and is currently freely available as a preview release download which is compatible with JBuilder 6 Enterprise.

  • Borland Unveils Product Strategy for Microsoft® .NET™ Platform Announces Delphi™ and C++Builder™ Support for Microsoft .NET Platform  External link

    Borland believes that the .NET platform will rapidly succeed as organizations experience the benefits of this robust platform for Web Services.

  • Delphi 6 and Kylix 2 Web Services  External link

    When Borland shipped Delphi 6 in May of last year, one of its new features was support for SOAP - most notably in the form of Web services. Borland Kylix 2 (for Linux) is now also available with the same capabilities, and as I write this article, Borland has just announced the Borland Web Services Kit for Java, which will enable Borland JBuilder to create and consume Web services using WSDL and SOAP. Finally, by the time you read this article I expect Borland C++ Builder 6 to be announced (or available) with the same SOAP and Web services capabilities that Delphi 6 and Kylix 2 currently have. Perhaps even a bit more, since SOAP is ever evolving.

  • Dr.Bob's SOAP Bubbles  External link

    Dr.Bob's SOAP Bubbles contains information related to XML, SOAP and Web Services in Delphi 6 and Kylix 2.

  • Borland Targets C++ Web Services Opportunity  External link

    C++Builder 6 enables the world's millions of C++ developers to build cross-platform- ready Web Services without having to learn a new hybrid language.

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