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NIKA_ROOT CA-IDMS/PC LanPack Computer Associates International, Inc. => Computer Associates International, Inc.
CA-IDMS/PC => CA-IDMS/PC Computer Associates International, Inc. => Computer Associates International, Inc.
CA-DB/PC CLIENT
    CA-DB/PC CLIENT
    CA-DB/PC CLIENT
        PC-MS/DOS
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        DEC Pathworks
        DECnet
        TCP/IP
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        C
      = support agreement available 
      - 
      Provides connectivity between PCs and CA-DB databases on VAX/VMS and
      UNIX. Allows users to utilize CA-DB end-user tools on PC to access
      corporate data under CA-DB and develop/execute applications on PC that
      communicate with CA-DB servers on VAX/VMS and UNIX.- 
      Designed to run in a client-server mode providing transparent support
      to interactive users, applications and utilities. Provides the
      connectivity between CA-DB and PCs. The integrated environment can be
      used to access corporate data as well as develop and execute
      applications on the PC that communicate with CA-DB servers. Provides
      distributed computing on the desktop. Applications can be developed
      using industry standard SQL on the PC. These applications can be run
      on the PC or they can be ported to run on VAX/VMS or UNIX platforms.
      Together with precompilers and application development tools, it
      provides an integrated environment to develop and run OLTP
      applications against CA-DB databases. Uses Digital's NAS standards to
      communicate between the PC and VAX. It can also use the industry
      standard TCP/IP protocol to communicate between the PC and UNIX
      platforms. Integrates with CA-QbyX for CA-DB and CA-Compete! to
      provide a query and decision support development environment.
      Applications can be developed in COBOL, C or FORTRAN with embedded
      SQL. The SQL queries are compiled and stored in the database for use
      when the query is executed, thus providing more effective response
      time.
        network
      = 4 MB 
      = 2 MB 
      = No 
      EMS= Yes 
      MOUSE= No 
      = 1992