Scripting's Future: Who says it's important?
Some scripting plans of many of the well-known companies in the industry:
of scripting with Rexx, with declared support for providing open scripting in the languages that people prefer to use, probably covering at least the Rexx, C/Java, and BASIC syntax families over time.
UCS, all Novell APIs and services are controlled as objects through scripting (language-independent). The scripting interface lets services extend between servers and between the servers and clients. NDS used for script distribution and security from and between any system anywhere.
By looking at where the major players are headed, we can see where the momentum is: the momentum is clearly with scripting. In addition to the points mentioned above, all of these companies are working with standards bodies such as W3C, OMG, and ECMA to define the direction of scripting for the future.
Most of the companies listed above have contributed to this presentation.