1994-07-11, English, Article, Other article, Poster, chart, other edition: Database wizardry. (DBMS Interoperability) (includes related article on four methods for dealing with a legacy) Peri, Ron

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Physical Description
  • chart
  • Newsletter article
Published
  • United Business Media LLC, 1994 July 11
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Database wizardry. (DBMS Interoperability) (includes related article on four methods for dealing with a legacy)
Also Titled
  • Database wizardry.
Appears In
  • CommunicationsWeek, no.n513, 1994 July 11, p56(2) (ISSN: 0746-8121)
Author
  • Peri, Ron
Published
  • United Business Media LLC, 1994 July 11
Physical Description
  • chart
  • Newsletter article
Subjects
Target Audience
  • Trade
Summary
  • Companies migrating from mainframe-based legacy systems to client-server networking environments have make sure that their client applications can access databases on a variety of platforms seamlessly. Connecticut Mutual has discovered that it can retrieve legacy databases from PCs by employing scripting techniques where data is selected from a data stream generated in the background on a PC. Currently, more sophisticated gateway techniques are used to analyze queries, updates and responses moving between databases and clients. Some interoperability schemes target applications, not databases, through front-end database-specific APIs. OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) standard is attempting to alter the whole environment by establishing interoperability standards where required. Companies continue to face the high costs of migration because, although client/​server is not fully developed, the return on investment is excellent.
Notes
  • chart
Language
  • English
Database
  • Gale General OneFile
Identifier
  • 15584693

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