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August 20, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

New York City-based JYACC Inc has introduced Jam/Web 2.0, a tool for Web-based transactional database applications. JYACC claims version 2.0 is as easy to use as tools from Hot Software and Spider Technologies Inc but with the scaleability and performance of more complex products from Forte Software Inc and Dynasty Technologies Inc. New features in Jam/Web include JavaScript support, SSL security encryption and authentication and the ability to create data in formatted reports. Jam/Web 1.0 shipped in April. Jam/Web 2.0 will ship later this month on Windows NT and SunOS 4.x. Support for Sun Solaris, HP/UX, IBM AIX, SCO OpenServer, SGI and DEC Unix is due in September. Jam/Web applications servers will be priced from $2,000 and development seats will start at $3,150.

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