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TIBCO PageBus provides
• Publish/Subscribe message bus
• Wildcard support in message subject names
• Store/Query message repository
• OpenAjax Hub 1.0 spec conformance
Where's the source code?
The source repository, bug tracking, build tools and more can be found at the TIBCO General Interface Open Source Project at http://gi.tibco.com.
Software Release 1.2 December 2007.
Includes description of supported platforms.
API Reference and tutorials.
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