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D3 ProPlus

D3 ProPlus offers a performance-oriented,constraint-free architecture that keeps the system out of your way with unlimited file, record, and field sizes. The true-complied FlashBASIC language delivers startling performance. Access query Language (AQL) boasts speed and ease-of-use, and ACID transaction processing for data integrity.

Halt Tolerance provides the ultimate protection against data corruption due to power or hardware failure, and Unix panic shutdown. Open database connectivity (ODBC) provides compatibility with Visual Basic, Forest & Trees, Power Builder, and similar client/server tools. Built-in B-trees shrink processing demands and Structured Query Language (SQL) allows links to relational databases.

D3 ProPlus as the platform of choice delivers solutions to cost conscious markets. A member of the D3 family of databases running on Windows NT, Windows 95 and Unix variants from IBM, Hewlett-Packard, the Santa Cruz operation and others. With portability, scalability and performance to speed your organization toward its goals.

Security and audit features including individual user logons with tailored privileges D3 sets the standard for rapid economical application design, development, deployment, and adaptation to changing business needs. Its fundamental rightness for business and public sector data management,along with moderate system administration demands, make it the premier database management system when results are paramount.

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Windows 95, Windows NT, Unix variants from IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and The Santa Cruz.

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