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UniVerse External Database Access (EDA) with Microsoft ODBC Driver 17 for Linux

Overview External Database Access (EDA) enables you to convert data stored in a Rocket UniVerse and UniData database to a first normal form (1NF) database, such as Microsoft SQL Server, then access that data using existing UniVerse BASIC programs, RetrieVe, or UniData/UniVerse SQL. For UniVerse running on a Linux platform, previously you had to purchase […]

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Business Intelligence Development Studio (SSIS) and U2 Toolkit for .NET v.2.2.2 with a Native Connection

Overview Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) is a platform for building high performance data integration solutions, including extraction, transformation, and load (ETL) packages for data warehousing. It can transfer UniData or UniVerse data to SQL Server very easily. If you use a uci connection to access a UniData or UniVerse server, you must normalize your […]

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Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database ( Part 1 of 3 )

I’ve frequently mentioned, in many of my Rocket MultiValue Python presentations, that one of the benefits of Python is the easy access it gives us to Data Science. There are several Python libraries used for data science. ( see: https://www.datasciencecentral.com/profiles/blogs/9-python-analytics-libraries-1 ) While I do not think I can teach you everything you need to know […]

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Understanding Rocket U2 XML Features

This article reviews the XML capabilities within Rocket U2 UniData® and UniVerse®. Learn the various functions within the databases to develop robust applications that can communicate with any system using XML. Explore the U2 XDOM and XMAP APIs and how to produce XML documents from the database query engines. Examples are included. Introduction In today’s […]

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Expand your hiring base with UniData and Python

UniData and Python: Part 2 of 5 For years, customers have asked for a new and modern development language, more prevalent with younger developers, as UniBasic is mature (30 years old) and modernizing the language would not entice new developers. We needed a modern language that was easy to extend and embed within UniData, which […]