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    CA-IDMS/PC RUNTIME
      PC-MS/DOS
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      NetBIOS
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      C
    =support agreement available 
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    Execution-only dictionary-driven DBMS. Includes facilities for query
    and update, dictionary and user-database integrity verification,
    reporting and other supporting features. Can be accessed and updated
    with SQL, CA-ADS/PC, COBOL-Batch, COBOL-DC, COBOL-CICS, DMLO and C.
    Allows clients to run CA-IDMS/PC applications on single-user
    workstation or PC LAN.- 
    An application execution system that permits the porting of
    applications from a CA-IDMS/PC development workstation to end-user
    platforms for use in a production mode. Allows existing CA-IDMS/DB
    and CA-ADS applications that have been ported from CA-IDMS/PC to
    execute in either a single-user or multi-user shared environment on a
    local area network of PCs. End users can be trained at PCs running
    full production applications before uploading to the mainframe, saving
    mainframe resources. The database can be accessed with applications
    written in various programming languages, including CA-ADS/PC,
    COBOL-BATCH, COBOL-DC, COBOL-CICS, SQL Query, the C Language and
    CA-IDMS/DML Online. Extended memory permits large CA-ADS and COBOL
    applications to be ported to and executed on CA-ADS/PC, establishing
    applications that run independently or, optionally, interoperate
    between mainframe and workstation. Applications written in LRF are
    supported in the runtime environment. Multiple dictionary support
    allows the user to have several active IDDs per PC and access to the
    selected dictionary. Multiple versions of a database sharing the same
    schema definition can be active simultaneously on a single database
    server, allowing users to access different physical data sets without
    manual intervention.
      verification
    =4 MB 
    =5 MB 
    =Yes 
    EMS=Yes 
    MOUSE=No 
    =1985