UniVerse 11.3.2 supports replicating of Type 1 and 19 files via sequential I/O

UniVerse Type 1/19 files have been broadly used in UniVerse applications. In the older versions of UniVerse, writing a record into a Type 1/19 file via a standard WRITE statement or ED will be replicated. However, the updates done via sequential I/O capabilities of BASIC would not be replicated to the subscriber. This has been […]

Legacy Powers Legendary (part 2)

part 2 of 2 Let’s take a closer look at the MultiValue applications by asking these questions: What are we doing for our application so that it can evolve from Legacy to Legendry? What are we doing to help our application to age gracefully and not become a burden on our business processes and IT? […]

UniVerse 12 now available

The Rocket MultiValue team is excited to announce general availability of UniVerse 12.  This release truly provides something for everyone. At its core, and I mean that literally, we rearchitected how data is processed resulting in greater performance and increased security. We added a larger, configurable shared memory buffer which allows for faster retrieval of […]

Rocket UniData and UniVerse Replication best practices: REPLOGGER

Part 3 of 3 This blog post offers best practices related to implementing and using Replication, as part of a High Availability/Disaster Recovery (HA/DR) strategy. In Part 3, I’ll focus on Replogger. REPLOGGER REPLOGGER is a BASIC program that runs on the server side that allows you to monitor replication performance. The information it collects […]

Rocket UniData and UniVerse Replication best practices: monitoring

Part 2 of 3 This blog post offers best practices related to implementing and using Replication, as part of a High Availability/Disaster Recovery (HA/DR) strategy. In Part 2, I’ll focus on monitoring. Monitoring As a best practice, everyone should use the Exception Action Script to keep Replication in sync even during unplanned network interruptions, heartbeat […]