Trifox in the News
Access to ADABAS Now Possible with GENESIS
CAMPBELL, California, July 15, 1997 -- Trifox Inc.,
announces the beta release of the GENESIS ADABAS C native
Trifox' GENESIS product provides SQL access to legacy and flat file datbases
such as ISAM, Micro Focus, SDMS, and others. With the addition of the ADABAS C native
driver, ADABAS C users can now use SQL to access their existing ADABAS C
databases without using Software AG's ESQ product. This new access
greatly reduces the
memory and CPU consumption required to use the most popular DBMS access and
reporting tools against ADABAS C.
Known for its extremely high performance,
ADABAS C is the perfect choice for OLTP applications. And with the new
ADABAS C native driver, users do not have to lose this performance just to get
good tools. In addition, ADABAS C users can now use the entire VORTEX and
TRIM product lines, including the VORTEX C & COBOL precompilers, VORTEX++ - a
C++ class library, VORTEXjdbc, VORTEX Java Edition, VORTEXperl, and more.
"The GENESIS ADABAS C driver provides a simple, inexpensive, and
high-performance solution to users who want the blazing speed of ADABAS C and
also want the convenience and ease of SQL access," reports Paul Dembry, Trifox
Senior Software Engineer. "In addition, this solution is simple to install
and requires very little maintenance."
About Trifox Inc.
Trifox Inc., founded in 1984, specializes in high performance OLTP
oriented database tools. Dedicated to providing interoperability
between heterogeneous database environments, the company brings its
more than 10 years of multi-tier application development experience
to bear on the challenges facing today's businesses who use the Internet
in their daily operations.
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Updated 5 May 2009.