Netscape Application Server

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Netscape Application Server was an integrated software platform for developing and running transaction-oriented business applications on the web. It was developed originally by Kiva Software, which Netscape acquired in 1997.

When Netscape and Sun Microsystems formed the Sun-Netscape Alliance in 1999, the Netscape Application Server was chosen as the basis for their iPlanet Application Server offering over the NetDynamics Application Server,[1][2] which had been acquired by Sun in 1998.

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  1. ^ NetDynamics Users Cry Foul, Computerworld, Apr 3, 2000
  2. ^ Time to take out WebLogic, JavaWorld, Jul 25, 2006