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Last year, it was the dot-coms that sent Wall Street into a buying frenzy when companies went public.
Lately, business-to-business e-commerce seems to be the flavor of the month in initial public offerings.
And if the craze continues, companies that build the computer infrastructure for business-to-business Internet communications can expect to take off, Wall Street observers say.
That will be good news for Fairfax-based WebMethods.
And it would make its shareholders very rich.
"They have all the best stuff to succeed," said Jeff Hirschkorn, a senior analyst at IPO.com, which tacks IPO filings. "If the IPO market continues to post …