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          Application_Development
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              =1996 
            HTTP://WWW.DBMSMAG.COM/CATEGORY.HTML (1997)
              =1997 
            AIX
            DG/UX
            Digital OSF/1
            HP-UX
            IBM AIX
            Solaris
            Solaris 2.x
            VMS
            Windows
            Windows forWorkgroups
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          A client/server development environment that meets a wide range of needs,
           from traditional transaction-processing functions to graphical access
           to corporate information. Enables developers to build applications that
           leverage the processing power of both clients and servers, as well as
           against multiple databases on multiple platforms. Axiant Developers' Edition
           includes the Developers' Workbench, Impromptu, and PowerPlay. Together
           these three products let developers design traditional data-processing
           applications and user information systems. Business functions are deployed
           to the optimal processing platform, with five different deployment topologies:
           mobile, client with data server, client with application server, functionally
           distributed (mixed), and server-only. Built-in models of screens, reports,
           and volume transactions tell Axiant how transactions are processed, how
           data is accessed, and how to protect the concurrency and integrity of
           that data. The Developers' Edition is on Intel PCs running Windows forWorkgroups
           3.11. Axiant applications can process on the client or the server, accessing
           databases that reside on Solaris 2.x, Digital OSF/1, Open VMS (VAX and
           Alpha), HP-UX, IBM AIX, and DG/UX. Data connectivity is supported through
           ODBC drivers and native APIs from the leading database vendors, as well
           as de facto networking standards, such as Novell, Microsoft LAN Manager,
           DECnet, and TCP/IP.













          =1996 
            Cognos Cognos Inc.
              =Ottawa, Ontario, ON 617–229–6600