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JavaSoft

The division within Sun that supported the Java programming language and licensed the Java Virtual Machine. See Java.
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(53) According to Microsoft's Robert Muglia, "J/Direct is a mechanism that exists inside Microsoft's Javasoft VM that makes it easier for a Java programmer to call native code to Windows API's." Testimony of Robert Muglia, Feb.
JavaSoft's `write once, run anywhere' goal remains elusive, ZD NET NEWS, July 28, 1997 (visited June 14, 2000) <http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/ news/0728/28java.html>.
(java) Authorities .328 http://www.gamelan.com/ Gamelan .251 http://java.sun.com/ JavaSoft Home Page .190 http://www.digitalfocus.com The Java Developer: /digitalfocus/faq/howdoi.html How Do I ...
McGuire said that the Object Management Group and JavaSoft Inc would eventually get round to standardizing EJB and Corba integration, but that it was up to vendors to begin shipping products in the mean time.
But if there are champagne corks popping in Sun's JavaSoft division, it's probably premature.
"Sun is happy to support the PGML proposal, which is based on the same imaging model included in the Java 2-1) API that is in the next major release of the Java Development Kit," said Lew Tucker, director of strategic relations at Sun Microsystems' JavaSoft division.
However, the rest of the industry, including giants such as Hewlett Packard, IBM, Novell, and Apple, along with quickly moving newcomers such as Netscape, Oracle, and JavaSoft, are rallying behind CORBA to make it the distributed object standard.
Those of you who follow computer news on security issues have probably heard reports of security concerns with Java, the programming language developed by Sun Microsystems' JavaSoft division.
--HTML-SQL integrators (e.g., like Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP), JavaSoft's Java Server Pages (JSP), and Cold Fusion [Forta et al.
In Budimlic and Kennedy [1997], a project begun at the JavaSoft division of Sun Microsystems and its follow-on at Rice University are outlined.