JRocco34,Let me correct myself. Initialy the JACADA server which acts as the interface between the legacy systems and the web was written in a way proprietry to Jacada. Within the last year however the management/techies of the company decided that it would be a good idea to-rewrite the JACADA server using Java.This means it will run on ANY operating system which supports Java i.e. just about all of them.To answer your question more directly. No. I don't believe JCDA's performance has anything to do with IBM's current stock price problems. It has more, I believe, to do with the fact that JCDA is currently in a period of consolidation after a fairly hefty runup when it was played heavily by day/momentum traders.JMHO MrMiyagi
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