Riverton Software Introduces How 3.0: Multi-Platform Component Modeling Tool for Business Application Modeling, Development and Deployment.BURLINGTON Burlington, town, Canada
Burlington, town (1991 pop. 129,575), SE Ont., Canada, on Lake Ontario. First settled (1798) by Mohawk Loyalist Joseph Brandt, Burlington's economy was built on the shipment of wheat, lumber, and quarried rock by waterway. , Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 5, 1999--
Third major release of component-based development environment
improves support for application servers, thin clients and team
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Publicly accessible computer network connecting many smaller networks from around the world. It grew out of a U.S. Defense Department program called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), established in 1969 with connections between computers at the business applications, today introduced HOW 3.0. Added support for language cartridges
"HOW 3.0 completes our original vision for this product," said Bob Gleason, president and chief executive officer of Riverton Software. "By supporting new development in Java, Visual Basic or PowerBuilder, and enabling easy migration from legacy client/server applications to Internet application, Riverton puts the development of component-based Web applications within easy reach of business application developers."
HOW 3.0: Migrating legacy client/server systems to the Web
HOW 3.0 has been redesigned to recognize and work with objects and components in Java, Visual Basic and PowerBuilder, and to generate components to any or all of these platforms for which a licensed language cartridge (1) See phono cartridge.
(2) A removable storage module that contains magnetic disks, optical discs, magnetic tape or memory chips. Cartridges are inserted into slots in the drive, printer or computer. is installed. These two capabilities make it possible for developers to model application components once, and then generate them to any HOW-supported platform. Alternatively, developers are enabled to import components from legacy or HOW-generated applications, re-engineer them and regenerate re·gen·er·ate
v. re·gen·er·at·ed, re·gen·er·at·ing, re·gen·er·ates
1. To reform spiritually or morally.
2. To form, construct, or create anew, especially in an improved state. them to any HOW-supported platforms.
HOW 3.0 support in the Team Repository for both concurrent access The ability to gain admittance to a system or component by more than one user or process. For example, concurrent access to a computer means multiple users are interacting with the system simultaneously. and exclusive access strengthens team development. Concurrent access enables simultaneous use for all Team Repository users with control over access down to the individual component level. Exclusive access lets an administrator perform tasks on the repository while no other user is logged on. Configuration Management tool support in the Team Repository, including interfaces to Microsoft Visual SourceSafe Microsoft Visual SourceSafe (VSS) is a source control software package oriented towards smaller software development projects. Overview
SourceSafe was created by a company called One Tree Software. The first version known was 3. , Sybase ObjectCycle, and Intersolv PVCS, provides versioning and other functionality to Team Repository users.
HOW Core Modeling Tool Enhancements --Task Builder, the tool HOW provides for modeling user interface components and their behavior, has been generalized for multi-platform use - users model tasks specifically for PowerBuilder, Visual Basic, and Java platforms. --OpenFrame component deployment framework supports --Web thin client configurations --Automatic creation of stateless distributed applications where no business logic resides on the client machine --Application server capabilities for easy creation of components that can be hosted in Microsoft Transaction Server and Sybase Enterprise Application Server --Reorganized and rewritten documentation for easier understanding of HOW user information HOW 3.0 - Pricing and Immediate Availability in the following editions. --Professional Edition includes core analysis and design capabilities, and generation support for one platform: Java, Visual Basic or PowerBuilder $2,995 --Professional Edition Plus includes OpenFrame $4,495 --Enterprise Edition includes Professional Edition cartridges for Java, Visual Basic and PowerBuilder $3,995 --Enterprise Edition Plus, which includes OpenFrame $6,995 --Modeling Edition includes modeling tools but offers no component generation capability $1,995 --Learning Edition is available for download at no charge from Riverton's Web site (www.riverton.com). HOW 3.0 Learning Edition has all of the features and benefits of Enterprise Edition Plus, with a limited license duration. NO CHARGE
About Riverton Software Corporation
Riverton Software, based in Burlington, Mass., is a solution provider offering technology and services to organizations moving their business applications to the Web. The company uses KnowHOW, its approach to helping IT organizations to build or migrate e-Business applications, to drive IT evolution. KnowHOW combines services offerings, technology, and process to cut the development time of e-Business application in half. IT evolution is a project-oriented approach to bringing IT development organizations up to speed on e-Business technology and practices, accomplished by injecting a few key catalyzing individuals into a development project. The company's award-winning technology, HOW, is used by corporate development organizations, package software vendors, and system integrators See systems integrator. , including United Mine Workers, Boston Communications Group bcgi develops products and services that enable wireless operators to fully realize the potential of their networks. bcgi's Access Management, Billing, Payment and Network Solutions help operators rapidly deploy and manage innovative voice and data services for subscribers. , Merrill Lynch Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (NYSE: MER TYO: 8675 ), through its subsidiaries and affiliates, provides capital markets services, investment banking and advisory services, wealth management, asset management, insurance, banking and related products and services on a global basis. , Great American Life Insurance Company, U.S. Secret Service, and Cambridge Technology Partners. Founded in 1995, Riverton Software is privately held. Additional information can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.riverton.com.
HOW and OpenFrame are trademarks of Riverton Software Corporation. All other products or company names are trademarks of their respective holders.
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