Universe

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 […]

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Rocket® UniVerse 11.3.2 – Now Available

The Rocket MultiValue team is excited to announce general availability of UniVerse 11.3.2. UniVerse 11.3.2 includes important updates, new features and some customer-requested fixes and is available on all platforms, including Solaris and HP/UX. Here’s a quick look at what UniVerse 11.3.2 offers: Replication Sequential I/O Support so updates done via sequential I/O capabilities of […]

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OPENSSL 1.1.1

Now available in UniVerse 11.3.2. Find out more! ROCKET® UNIVERSE 11.3.2 – NOW AVAILABLE Introduction OpenSSL released their latest LTS (Long Term Support) version 1.1.1 on Sep 11, 2018. This major release includes various new features that we are going to use in our upcoming Rocket® UniVerse and Rocket® UniData® releases. Among the many new […]

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Rocket® UniVerse named DBTA 2020 Trendsetting Product

For the second year in a row, Rocket UniVerse has been named a DBTA Trend Setting Product. According to DBTA, “MultiValue technologies are evolving with new features as they continue to maintain strong positions at the enterprise level.” We’re proud to receive this recognition and couldn’t agree more. UniVerse has always been efficient and inexpensive […]

The journey of two young developers: from Rocket.Build Community participants, to interns, to full-time employees

Lately, life has been about self-improvement. I moved to a new city and found a home in Denver. I went back to school to become a web developer. Moving somewhere new means branching out, right? With the skills we acquired at the  Galvanize Web Development Immersive, my classmate Jessica Culver, and I stumbled upon a […]