Day Software Delivers Standards-Based Connectors through OEM Agreement with Oracle

Nov 30, 2007


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Day Software announced that Oracle now offers Day's JCR/JSR170-compliant connectors to facilitate integration between Oracle WebCenter andleading third-party content repositories, such as EMC Documentum and MicrosoftSharePoint. The new connectors are the result of a technology license agreementannounced in the fourth quarter of 2006.

Oracle WebCenter is designed to help bring Web 2.0 to the enterprise through anintegrated, comprehensive, and standards-compliant user experience platform. Itallows Java developers to break down the boundaries between web-based portalsand enterprise applications, enabling them to rapidly create flexible,context-sensitive work environments that are based on rich, Ajax-basedcomponents, portlets and content in an open architecture. Oracle WebCenterprovides access to a wide range of enterprise services, including businessapplications, enterprise content, business intelligence, enterprise search,communication and collaboration services, and Web 2.0-centric applications.Day's standardized connectors are part of their family of products that enableenterprises to access and manage all organizational content through astandardized API. This technology enables content access, synchronization andconsolidation, even if the content resides in repositories that do not providea JCR-compliant API. Day initiated JSR 170, the standard for enterprisecontent, and directs a global industry expert group, including leadingtechnology vendors Oracle, IBM, FileNet, SAP and Sun, which jointly developedthe standard.

(www.day.com; www.oracle.com)