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POSSL

POSSL (Panther Open Source Software for Linux) is a rapid application development environment that simplifies the building of transactional, component-based Web applications. Its framework removes the technical complexity of building distributed applications by providing visual tools, an object repository and application building blocks. With POSSL you can create EJBs using logic written in C++ and build distributed applications managed by IBM WebSphere. You are able to develop one application for multiple deployment interfaces, such as the Web, Motif or character-based. POSSL supports Oracle, Interbase, DB2, and ODBC.

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  •  11 Oct 2000 16:24

    Release Notes: Prolifics, a JYACC Company, has contributed the Panther technology to the open-source/Linux community and launched possl.org, a new open source site and home of POSSL: Panther Open Source Software for Linux.

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