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March 29, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

From July, Windows desktop developers will be able to create applications for use with Bull HN Information Systems Inc’s UniKix Technologies CICS emulator using a new ECI/EPI – External Call Interface/External Presentation Interface – client. The client supports Windows, Windows NT and Unix clients. Applications developed with Powerbuilder, Visual Basic and other desktop development tools can be used against UniKix transaction processing applications running on any of UnixKix’s 16 Unix implementations. The client uses IBM CICS interfaces, enabling CICS clients to interface with UniKix application servers. The company says that the External Presentation Interface enables graphical client software to interface with existing 3270 data stream UniKix applications, with no need to change existing applications.

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