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November 30, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois-based Platinum Technology Corp has upgraded its database administration and migration tool, Desktop DBA V3.3, replacing Structured Query Language syntax with point and click commands and adding support for Informix databases. Other new features include rearranged columns, script editing, remote access to files on the server and support for SQL Server V6.0 and Sybase System 11. DBA supports Oracle, DB2 for OS/2 and AIX. Prices start at $1,000, and is up under Windows, NT this month, and most Unix systems from the end of December. Meantime Platinum has bundled four of its database and administration and application tools calling it DBA/Developer Toolkit. The DBA Developer includes SQL-Coder, a repository-based server code and object management system, SQL Spy for monitoring heterogeneous databases, SQL Commander, a database querying, editing and reporting tool and Desktop DBA. Unix versions are due next month, at from $2,000. The company is also putting its AutoSys job management and scheduling software up on Siemens Nixdorf Informationssysteme AG hardware.

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