Liquid Data for WebLogic was introduced in November for integrating information from multiple back-end sources such as Siebel Systems and SAP applications and mainframe data.
It is based on the 7.0 version of the WebLogic platform, but the benefits of WebLogic Platform 8.1- which was introduced at the show on Monday - will be extended to Liquid Data later this year.
BEA yesterday also launched BEA dev2dev Subscriptions, an extension of its developer assistance program intended to provide comprehensive access to WebLogic development tools and technologies.
The program features three tiers:
Trial Edition, providing for a free, downloadable 12-month development license for the most current version of the BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform, plus self-help resources.
Platform Edition, featuring the latest Enterprise Platform release, trial software, and components from BEA partners, technical support, and quarterly shipments of a CD containing updates, public betas, and partner trials. The program is priced at $599 (£379).
Tools Edition, Featuring all the Platform Edition benefits plus a license to the Borland Software Corp.'s JBuilderWebLogic Edition development tool. Software support from Borland also is included for 12 months. This program costs $4,659 (£2,950).