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Borland AppServer

An earlier Web-based application server for Windows NT/2000 and Unix from Borland that was built on top of the popular VisiBroker CORBA ORB infrastructure. Introduced in 1998, the product was the key component of Borland's Enterprise Server suite. The AppServer Edition was Java EE compliant and supported EJBs, JSPs, plus the SOAP and JMX servlet standards. It fully integrated with Borland's JBuilder Java development environment and its Application Lifecycle Management system. See VisiBroker.
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