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Software AG Enables Publishing Adabas Data Using XML and Web Services

Software AG Enables Publishing Adabas Data Using XML and Web Services

(October 20, 2003) - Software AG, Inc., has announced the availability of EntireX XML Gateway, which enables organizations to quickly and easily publish Adabas data using XML and Web services. Thousands of organizations worldwide store their mission critical data on Software AG's Adabas system, one of the world's fastest databases. EntireX XML Gateway allows these organizations to conveniently access and share Adabas data with business partners 24 hours-a-day, helping to speed business processes, improve decision making, and increase competitiveness.

EntireX XML Gateway harnesses XML technology to enable the generation and deployment of Web services that read or update data in Adabas. The product includes a browser-based administration tool that supports the deployment of the generated Web services, as well as an adapter that enables access to Adabas (adapters to other popular relational database management systems are available).

EntireX XML Gateway is currently available on Windows 2000 and Windows XP, as well as Sun Solaris 7 and 8; additional platforms are planned. Access to Adabas is supported on all platforms. Supported application servers include JBoss, BEA WebLogic and IBM WebSphere.

In addition to the adapter to Adabas, EntireX XML Gateway is also available with adapters to Oracle, other relational database management systems (RDBMS), and EntireX Mediator. EntireX XML Gateway is priced at $25,000 per adapter.

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