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Computer Associates International has announced that version 2.1 of its Opal application integration tool will ship by year's end. Opal lets corporate developers give existing client-server, mainframe, and other so-called legacy applications a face-lift to produce new multimedia client applications. The new applications can be deployed standalone on Windows 95 and Windows NT or as a browser-based Java component client. The tool is priced at $995 per developer, plus $995 per run-time license.