Request for info on DBMS - client-server, supports 2 bytes

Request for info on DBMS - client-server, supports 2 bytes

Post by Looi Chee Kit (K » Tue, 18 Jan 1994 11:38:14

Any information of products or software solutions to the following
database (DB) requirements will be much appreciated:

relational DB
supports 2 bytes (support for other languages like Chinese)
multi-user security
support for Mac and Windows
standalone/network client-server versions (a Mac or PC running Windows
     can be linked to the server and query the DB)
ability to integrate with other commercial packages, e.g. spreadsheets,
     word processing software, etc.
able to include external code written in C
runtime/distribution costs?

Please reply direct to me. Thanks.

Chee-Kit Looi
Information Technology Institute


1. REQUEST - Feedback on client/server DBMS products...

I am posting this for a co-worker without access to USENET.

His request:

 As part of an evaluation of client/server DBMS, I'd like to collect
 some opinions here.  If you've used or are otherwise very familiar
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 be a short response like, 'Avoid product X, it is too buggy,' or you
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 Thanks to all...

Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.

Craig Holland
Systems Programmer


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