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Short Take: Next Software revises database tool

Next Software will launch a version of its Enterprise Objects Framework 2.0 development toolset for Sun's Solaris operating system in January. The tool lets developers build what the company terms "business objects" that contain application logic linked to databases from Oracle, Sybase, and Informix. The tool, priced at $499 per developer, is already available for Windows NT.

Next Software will launch a version of its Enterprise Objects Framework 2.0 development toolset for Sun's Solaris operating system in January. The tool lets developers build what the company terms "business objects" that contain application logic linked to databases from Oracle, Sybase, and Informix. The tool, priced at $499 per developer, is already available for Windows NT.