iAnywheres Database Server Courts Coders

 
 
By Carmen Nobel  |  Posted 2005-11-08
 
 
 
Sybase Inc. subsidiary iAnywhere on Tuesday announced version 8.0 of the Advantage Database Server, which Sybase acquired through its purchase of mobile and database management software maker Extended Systems Inc. last month.

New features in the software include the addition of SQL scripting; the ability to replicate data changes across multiple servers using asynchronous push technology; and the ability to create a "hot" backup even if other users are using the database.

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The server is targeted toward Borland Delphi and C++ Builder developers, officials said. It was launched at the Borland Developers Conference in San Francisco.

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Pricing for the software ranges from $645 for a 5-user license to $7,870 for an unlimited user license.

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