Interbind. Inc. Announces Beta Version of its CodeGen Service
New York, NY, USA. July 26, 2001.
Interbind, Inc., an enabler of business data and process integration using Web Services, announced today the release of the Beta version of its CodeGen service, an interactive Web application that allows developers to input WSDL records and receive ready-to-implement Web Services code. Interbind's CodeGen service offers developers the easiest and fastest way to integrate applications and data with existing Web Services and is the latest step in Interbind's Web Services strategy.
Interbind has designed the code generated for the CodeGen service to run in IBX, Interbind's lightweight, pure Java runtime environment. The CodeGen service is targeted at all developers tasked with implementing Web Services solutions.
Interbind's CodeGen features include the ability to generate:
- XIO template files for XML Schema components that make up the messages in the WSDL
- Java beans that map to those XIO templates and hold the message components
- Java client application that includes methods for each operation in the WSDL
- Ant build script to compile the generated code
- A detailed log of the generation process for a specific session
Pricing and Availability
The Beta version of Interbind's CodeGen service is currently available for review at Interbind's Web site www.interbind.com
About Interbind, Inc.
Interbind, Inc. ("Interbind") seeks to radically simplify and automate data and process integration using Web Services. Interbind's software products work in concert to ensure the fast, cost-effective and scalable creation, deployment and management of Web Services-based integration solutions. The adoption of Web Services will be a requirement for all enterprises to be competitive as they will positively impact margins, time to market and relationships with other participants in an enterprise's business network.
Interbind, Inc. is privately held and headquartered in New York City.
For More Information
Michael Finkelstein, EVP General Manager
Phone at 212-457-2522
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