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December 7, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

The Uniface Corp arm of Uniface BV, Amsterdam, has implemented its eponymous development environment for the Macintosh, claiming that Uniface for Macintosh is the first development system that can use the Apple Computer Inc machines properly in enterprise client-server applications and that applications built with Uniface under Windows or Motif can be deployed using the native look and feel of the Macintosh, without re-writing a single line of code; it supports MacTCP and DECnet for connection to the company’s PolyServer software and there is also support for Oracle on Macintosh and the ability to access remote Sybase databases directly; applications can also access DB2, Ingres, Informix, Allbase/SQL and dBase III in a networked client-server environment; generally available in the first quarter next year, a single development licence costs $4,400 and it needs a 68030 or better Mac with 4Mb and 15Mb of Disk space; no word on whether it will build native PowerPC applications for the new Macintoshes.

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