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Sun Launches Sun Open Net Environment Starter Kit
Free Resource for Maximizing Development on Sun ONE
October 23, 2001,
Volume 44, Issue 4

The Sun ONE Starter Kit, a set of SunTM Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) products, technologies, and information for developers and IT architects is now available. The kit is a starting point to design and develop services-on-demand solutions based on an open, integratable platform.

The Sun ONE Starter Kit features open, network-oriented products and technologies for developing services with right-to-develop versions of ForteTM for JavaTM 3.0 Community and Enterprise Editions; iPlanetTM Application Server; iPlanetTM Web Server; iPlanetTM Portal Server; iPlanetTM Unified Development Server; iPlanetTM Directory Server; the latest JavaTM 2 Software Development Kit, JavaTM 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SETM v.1.3.1) and JavaTM 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EETM v.1.3); documentation on and currently available support for web services standards; links to third-party products to help develop services on demand; and web-browseable content, including code samples, demonstrations, tutorials, blueprints, and white papers.

Developers, IT managers, and others can also obtain the Sun ONE Starter Kit via the Sun Developer Network and its Developer Essentials CDs. The CDs, which will be updated on a quarterly basis, will be available free of charge to attendees at the Services on Demand Summit, Tech Education Days, Sun ONE roadshow, and JavaOneSM Conference in Japan.

http://www.sun.com/developers

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