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Ovid's Java-Based Interface Enters Beta Testing

Magazine article Information Today

Ovid's Java-Based Interface Enters Beta Testing

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Ovid Technologies has announced that its new Java-based graphical user interface has begun beta testing. Ilyssa Greene, Ovid's public relations manager, said, "The Ovid Java Client just went into beta testing at customer sites . . . right on time." The Ovid Java Client is a client/server program written entirely in Sun Microsystems' Java, an object-oriented, multithreaded, platform-independent programming language.

"As the first true Java application for the electronic information market, the Ovid Java Client is breaking new ground, and we're pleased to continue our history of innovation in the industry," said Mark Nelson, president and CEO at Ovid. "Users will be able to leverage the superior search functionality for which Ovid is known with the flexibility of development that Sun's programming language offers. The Ovid Java Client brings new speed and ease to the research process."

Because of its performance and management benefits, according to the company, Ovid's Java implementation is a strategic product direction for the company and a key delivery for the future as the company's online catalog of full text expands. …

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