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Java-aware Oracle applications planned

Oracle said today it will complete its move to the Internet this spring, when it delivers the rest of its Java-enabled client-server applications.

    Oracle (ORCL) said today it will complete its move to the Internet this spring, when it delivers the rest of its Java-enabled client-server applications.

    The software company started Web-enabling workflow applications last year as it joined the rush to bring Internet and Web-based computing capabilities to the rank and file of employees and customers of Fortune 500 companies.

    Oracle's entire suite of financial, manufacturing, supply chain management, human resources and payroll modules will be accessible via standard browsers both on the Internet and corporate intranets "with zero installation or maintenance effort" by its users, the company said. The applications support an array of Internet protocols and can be used for conduct business with both customers and suppliers and vendors.

    No pricing has been announced.