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a COMPUTER software package which enables data to be created and stored, to be retrieved and analysed later. Databases can, for example, store names and addresses of potential or past customers which can be used to produce mailing lists for SALES PROMOTIONS.
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As an extension of, Yuetang Deng et.al's work, A (test) GENerator for Database Application is proposed as a research prototype tool set for testing database application programs.
Alpha Five Version 7 continues the tradition of providing exceptional usability, productivity and utility for database application developers, allowing users to rapidly create and deploy sophisticated desktop and web-based applications without having to write code.
Pendragon Forms Enterprise Edition delivers the tools that companies need to develop and manage database applications for wireless PDAs and smartphones such as the palmOne Treo(TM) 650 and devices with Windows Mobile for Pocket PC 2003, Phone Edition.
Advanced Computing Courses category includes courses such as System Administration, Network Security, Advanced Database Applications, Database Administration, and Advanced Business Applications Programming.
SAARMS is currently managed by DISAM as a small database application. A decision will be required on who should manage this program in the future.
London-based information technology services group LogicaCMG has won a 10-year contract expected to be worth more than pounds 100m to develop the core database application to store and update national patient records as part of the the BT-led NHS National Programme for IT.
Other uses include bills of materials estimating, equipment lists, or any other common database application.
The systems will be based on Oracle's Portal-to-Go Internet software, which enables wireless devices to access any existing web or database application or content, including secure e-business applications.
Imagine an office where the accountant has the only copy of a database application that is shared by everyone else.
Therefore, after a careful review of the mainframe records management database, department managers decided to develop a separate personal computer (PC) database application that used periodic downloads from the main records manager as its data source.
This edition features patent-pending Virtualised Resource Management[TM] (VRM) technology that reduces the complexity of deploying a database application across a shared disk server cluster, and helps customers meet Service Level Agreements (SLAs) for performance and availability, while also reducing hardware and power costs through optimal resource utilisation.

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