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eCube Announces DCE Tools Plug-In For NXTWARE ESB Eclipse-Based Workbench

Legacy DCE Development And Integration With SOA/ESB From Within Eclipse-Based Platform

eCube Systems, provider of enterprise evolution solutions, announced the availability of a new plug-in for DCE middleware tools in the Eclipse-based IDE for NXTwareESB 2.5. This development environment enables programmers to develop SOA applications that combine Tuxedo, Entera or DCE (COBOL, C/C++ and Java) applications on a SOAP-enabled enterprise service bus.

The addition of DCE developer tools like obigen, obitest and dobigen into eCube's NXTware Evolution Server platform provides NXTware ESB users with a comprehensive foundation for the integration and development of legacy and contemporary SOA, all from a single powerful development environment.

Users of COBOL, C and C++ legacy applications can use a rapid application development environment to expose existing legacy business logic as loosely-coupled services along a service bus – taking full advantage of messaging, business process support, scripting and XML transformation.

eCube also makes Eclipse plug-ins available that support the development of distributed C and COBOL RPC TCP/IP applications with NXTware.

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