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Day: March 10, 2002

divine Announces Availability of Content Server 4.0 & Participant Server 4.0

divine, inc. announced the availability of divine Content Server 4.0, and Particopant Server 4.0. Content Server 4.0 provides companies with a transparent growth path from point project to shared enterprise infrastructure for content management. Content Server also provides a transparent view of enterprise content to end-customers of a Web site or content-driven application, drawing data from existing IT systems and diverse formats and presenting it in a single branded interface. divine extends Content Server 4.0 by adding native support for WebLogic 6.1 and WebSphere 4.0. In addition, divine Content Server is available as an integrated part of the portal platforms, including the iPlanet Portal Server, BEA WebLogic Portal and the IBM WebSphere Portal Server. Also with the launch of Content Server 4.0, divine provides further support for XML Web services standards. divine Content Server 4.0 and divine Participant Server 4.0 are available immediately. Participant Server is available on Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Sun Solaris 2.8. Discounts for volume purchases and deployment licenses are available. www.divine.com

Stratify Launches Web Services for Unstructured Data Management

Stratify, Inc. announced Web services for unstructured data management. The Stratify support for Web services provides a standards-based interface to the core functionality of the Stratify Discovery System that organizes, classifies and presents large amounts of unstructured data within enterprises and government organizations. Stratify’s new Web services interface are SOAP and WSDL compliant. With Stratify’s support of SOAP and WSDL, companies can publish Stratify’s Web services into a UDDI directory. Also, developers operating in either Microsoft’s .NET or J2EE environments can now incorporate the Stratify Discovery System into their applications. www.stratify.com

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