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     The IBM XML and Web Services Development Environment is a development environment that creates open, platform-neutral Web services for deployment across heterogeneous systems. The IBM Web Services Toolkit 2.2 allows a run-time environment, and demos, examples, additional tools to design and execute Web-service applications in business transactions without programming requirements or human intervention.

 

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