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Versata's Free Business Logic Designer for WebSphere Studio to Reduce Time and Cost of Developing Adaptable Applications

Versata's Free Business Logic Designer for WebSphere Studio to Reduce Time and Cost of Developing Adaptable Applications

(February 19, 2003) - Versata, Inc.'s new Versata Business Logic Designer is a free plug-in for WebSphere Studio that provides a business logic perspective for building adaptable and re-configurable business logic services that drive distributed enterprise applications. The Business Logic Designer is downloadable from Versata's Web site or IBM's Plug-In Central Web site, and offers an additional development option for creating the business logic services executed within Versata's flagship product, the Versata Logic Server.

The Business Logic Designer enables WebSphere developers to declaratively specify business logic as business objects and rules. Because the business logic of enterprise applications is more frequently changed than any other part of an application, this declarative approach enables developers to meet the nonstop demand for change - and the nonstop demand to accelerate the development cycle. To download the Versata Business Logic Designer for WebSphere Studio, visit www.versata.com/bldann .

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