Oracle has expanded its Fusion Middleware with new components aimed at Java developers.
The Enterprise Pack for Eclipse combines technology from Oracle Fusion Middleware and BEA Systems, which was acquired by the company in January for $8.5 billion.
It includes a set of Eclipse plug-ins to accelerate database, Java, Java EE, and Oracle WebLogic Server development. It will enable users to develop, debug, and deploy applications to Oracle WebLogic Server 10g R3, and supports new development features of Oracle WebLogic Server including FastSwap and the ability to redefine Java classes without redeployment.
Earlier this month, the company introduced Oracle WebLogic Server 10g R3, which also combines technology from Fusion Middleware and BEA Systems.
Ted Farrell, chief architect and senior vice president of tools and middleware at Oracle, said: Continuing to enhance Oracle’s Eclipse developer tools for Oracle Fusion Middleware demonstrates our commitment to providing developers productivity with choice. The Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse helps to expand our offerings for the Eclipse and open source developer community.