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Java in Administration Special Interest Group
Mike Zackrison, SCT Corporation
January 5, 2003
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The Java in Administration Special Interest Group (JA-SIG) is an independent organization designed to increase the flow of information between educational institutions and companies involved in the development of administrative applications using Java technology.
Today … we have a great opportunity in higher education to do things better as colleagues. The purpose of JA-SIG is, first, to share our experiences as we build applications with Java, and second, to develop a common infrastructure upon which we can build shareable components.
We welcome the participation of both educational institutions and commercial enterprises in this effort.
From http://www.ja-sig.org/index.html, 3 January 2003
From http://www.ja-sig.org/index-html, 3 January 2003
Note: The projects listed are available as uPortal channels (portlets). Because of open standards, they also can be used by for other standards-compliant portals and, with adaption, installed on traditional Web pages.
This list does not include commercial portlets (channels) for uPortal such as those of Interactive Business Solutions, or products that have been adapted locally.
*Projects contributing to the uPortal framework as well.