Business Objects launches Eclipse-compatible version of Crystal Reports

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Business Objects releases Crystal Reports for Eclipse
Business Objects announced the availability of Crystal Reports for Eclipse. This updated release of Crystal Reports provides a Java-based report design and deployment environment for application developers. Developers building applications in the Eclipse development environment can embed Crystal Reports into those applications.

Crystal Reports is already integrated with Microsoft Visual Studio .Net, IBM Rational Application Developer, BEA Workshop and Borland JBuilder.

The basic edition of Crystal Reports for Eclipse is complementary for the corporate developer building applications for their organizations and allows developers to design and deploy reports on a single server. The professional version of Crystal Reports for Eclipse Professional, designed for multi-server deployments, is US$495 per server.


Finjan offers real-time spyware and phishing tool
Finjan Inc. announced that it has released a URL Malware Analysis Tool that allows users to check the safety of a Web page.

Users can visit the Finjan Web site, enter a URL into the Malware Analysis Tool and immediately verify whether a page is safe to view. The tool analyzes the specific Web page, using Finjan behaviour-based technology and indicates the legitimacy of the page or whether it contains spyware, malicious code, or any other form of forbidden Internet content.

The URL Malware Analysis Tool uses Finjan’s Vital Security Web Appliance, which integrates the company’s technologies with third-party anti-virus and URL filtering engines, to scan the content of Web pages. Finjan’s solution looks at the code of the Web site in real-time and analyze the intent behind the code, providing zero-hour protection against unknown and emerging Web threats.

The solution is available free of charge.


Sangoma Technologies offers Windows-based version of Yate telephony project
Sangoma Technologies Corp. and the Null Team Company, the primary developer of Yate, have released a native Windows-based version of the GPL-licensed Yate telephony project.

Yate is a next-generation telephony engine. While currently focused on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and PSTN, there are plans to offer more services in the future. Voice, video, data and instant messaging can all be unified under Yate’s flexible routing engine.

Yate is available free of charge from the product site.

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