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FatWire acquires divine's content management line. (BI News Review).

Troubled content management software provider divine Inc, which recently filed for bankruptcy bankruptcy, in law, settlement of the liabilities of a person or organization wholly or partially unable to meet financial obligations. The purposes are to distribute, through a court-appointed receiver, the bankrupt's assets equitably among creditors and, in most  protection in the US, has found a buyer for at least part of its business.

FatWire Software Corp, which bills itself as a developer of complementary J2EE-based dynamic content management software, has announced that it will step in and buy divine's enterprise content management software line.

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 Chicago, Illinois-based divine's Content Server (formerly OpenMarket), Participant Server (formerly developed by Eprise Corp) and a 300 strong customer base, including the likes of JP Morgan and Ford.

The sale of the product line to New York-based FatWire will be implemented simultaneously as part of a Boston, Massachusetts “Boston” redirects here. For other uses, see Boston (disambiguation).
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The transaction is expected to close in the next few days. However, FatWire now faces the significant challenge of bringing together divine's disparate technologies and code-bases into its own J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) A platform from Sun for building distributed enterprise applications. J2EE services are performed in the middle tier between the user's machine and the enterprise's databases and legacy information systems.  platform, while reconciling the inevitable overlaps in functionality.
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Date:Jun 19, 2003
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