New Datetime variable coming soon to UniVerse 11.3.2

Datetime is a very important data type for business applications including law enforcement, fire and EMS agencies. For example, when an urgent event happens across different time zones, the vital and high-quality information Computer-Aided Dispatch software requires includes Datetime and time zone support, making it possible to store consistent information about the time of events […]

Developing a Mobile app using MVIS

by Andrew Gorovoy Even 5 years ago,  buying items online from a mobile browser or app was uncommon. Now, the average American spends close to three hours every day using their mobile device for activities ranging from shopping to communication to entertainment. Many daily tasks revolve around our phones, and businesses know this — annual […]

Using UniData 8.2.1 with v6.0 schema files: Overview

If you use the U2 ODBC and/or JDBC client with UniData v8.2.1, you need to ensure that all accounts use schema v6.0 files. If they do not, the applications will not work with your UniData account. This blog post shows you how to create new UniData accounts with schema v6.0 files, delete corrupt files and […]

Is the Sun Setting on Solaris and SPARC?

Over the last several months we have seen indications that the Solaris SPARC and Solaris Intel (x86) Operating Systems (OS) platforms are likely to be retired soon by Oracle. Although an official announcement has not been made by Oracle, the press is already abuzz with plenty of evidence that the platform is retiring into a […]

UniData 8.2.1 Replication Part 2 of 2

In our last post we covered a couple of significant performance improvements added to UniDatata v8.2.1. In today’s post we’re covering the remaining Replication performance improvements that you benefit from once upgrading to UniData v8.2.1. Delayed Standby Replication Customers need Delayed Standby Replication for two reasons. First, it provides a quarantine period to avoid actions […]