Wednesday, April 06, 2005

DataMirror Joins Eclipse Foundation

DataMirror Joins Eclipse Foundation

DataMirror today announced it is joining the Eclipse Foundation, a non-profit corporation formed to advance the creation and support of the Eclipse platform, as an Add-In Provider. As part of its commitment, DataMirror also announced today its support for the Eclipse platform with the inclusion of an Eclipse IDE plugin for DataMirror PointBase(R) 5.2, DataMirror's Java database.

DataMirror customers use the PointBase database in their Java applications to reduce their time to market and development costs. More and more Java developers are choosing to use the Eclipse IDE to develop their applications. The Eclipse IDE plugin enables Java developers to write and test both JDBC and SQL code within the Eclipse IDE, further shortening the development, maintenance, and quality-assurance cycles.

"By joining the Eclipse Foundation, DataMirror has demonstrated its commitment to supporting all of the leading Java integrated development environments," says Nigel Stokes, CEO, DataMirror. "DataMirror understands the needs of Java developers and by combining the Eclipse plugin with PointBase, DataMirror is encouraging the trend towards giving organizations the freedom to choose the platform and development environment in which they want to work."

The Eclipse plugin for PointBase is available at no charge for existing PointBase customers as an executable file, or in open source format.

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