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November 29, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Pick Systems Inc, Irvine, California is delaying the release of SQL extensions to its Advanced Pick database as it strives to comply with Microsoft Corp’s ODBC level 1 Open Data Base Connectivity de facto standard. It hadn’t originally envisaged the need to do so, but now reckons Open Data Base Connectivity will give us more flexibility. The SQL extensions were originally scheduled for release this month, but will now emerge during the first quarter of 1994. Moreover, in the next couple of weeks, the group will announce that it has converted its database to a consumer appliance from an unnamed major vendor, adding that its new Windows-based graphical user interface should be available by the first quarter of 1994.

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