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October 12, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois-based Platinum Technology Inc is now shipping Version 2.4 of Xfer, its software distribution tool. Developed by its recent acquisition, Minneapolis-based ViaTech Corp, Version 2.4 includes native command packages for invoking native applications on the target machine, collection packages for retrieving data packages, and remote initial program loading. Up on most Unixes, VMS, AS/400 and OS/2, prices start at $7,500 on the servers, $20 on each target. The firm is also migrating three of its graphical user interface tools to Motif. Desktop DBA, for database administration and migration, SQL Spy for database monitoring and SQL Coder, a code and object management system for database application developers. Desktop DBA ships in November at $1,000, SQL Spy and SQL Coder in the first quarter of 1996 for $1,000 and from $800 respectively.

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