I will be discussing Daylight's future
Java-based applications and plans. Daylight intends to provide a comprehensive
set of interoperable Java beans customized for Daylight's databases and
applications. These tools will enable secure web-based access to Daylight's
databases over corporate intranets and internets using point and click
techniques and will further be extendable and customizable by the user.
Java Grins, a Java-based version of Grins and an important piece in our
Java Toolset has been partly implemented and is on exhibition now. I'll
be discussing its current status and future release features. This will
be followed by a discussion of the security model to be adopted in Daylight's
Java Tools. Automatic garbage collection, networking ease and a pure object
model, in addition to platform independence make Java an extremely easy
and popular language, with reduced development time. To create a Java Toolset
that will be modified and used extensively, we also intend to provide a
comprehensive Java interface to Daylight's toolkit. We will discuss some
of the choices available for this along with their advantages and disadvantages.
We will conclude by discussing some of the other widgets in preparation
for the Java Toolset.