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December 3rd, 2007
ESRI Holds Classes for Java Developers

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PR — ESRI will host an online seminar this month that will help Java developers learn about how to build custom GIS Web applications using ArcGIS Server.

Building Applications with ArcGIS Server Using the Java Platform will air on ESRI’s Training and Education Web site at www.esri.com/lts on December 13, 2007, at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 3:00 p.m. (Pacific standard time).

This seminar is designed for experienced Java developers. People unfamiliar with ArcGIS Server will benefit from watching the free training seminar, What’s New in ArcGIS Server at 9.2, at www.esri.com/server92seminar.

ArcGIS Server provides a rich Application Developer Framework (ADF) for the Java environment. The Java platform for ArcGIS Server includes a set of components that can be used to quickly develop mapping and analysis applications for Web use.

The presenter will talk about how to use out-of-the-box templates and controls to build Web applications as well as explain how to extend those applications using customized functions. A demonstration will show attendees how to configure existing tasks, such as tools or commands, as well as how to build and deploy custom tasks using Java. Attendees will also learn where to find code samples and documentation resources.

A broadband Internet connection and an ESRI Global Account are needed to watch the seminar. Creating a global account is easy and free: visit www.esri.com/lts, click Login, and register your name and address. After the live presentation, the seminar will be archived and available on the ESRI Training and Education Web site.

For more information about this free live training seminar and upcoming classes, visit www.esri.com/training.

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