FileNET Corp. announced it has added LDAP and J2EE support for its Panagon Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions. The integration of these capabilities makes it easier for enterprise customers to drive eBusiness initiatives by delivering customer facing, Web-based content and process management applications with the safeguard of enhanced security. The addition of J2EE support enables organizations to bring high volumes of enterprise content into customer facing Web-based applications using Java development environments. FileNET will offer a complete set of Panagon J2EE capability. The first release is available immediately for Panagon Image Services, which can be used for the development and deployment of Web-based applications in Unix environments. Designed to meet the J2EE Connector Architecture (JCA) 1.0 specifications released by Sun Microsystems in July 2001, developers experienced with J2EE can easily use the Panagon resource adapter to access and leverage existing enterprise content with no additional training. The Panagon J2EE capability has no specific client-side operating system or browser requirements.