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Le 06/04/2017 à 20:57, toki a écrit :

Just to put history into context:

When Sun released StarOffice 5.2 after buying it from StarDivision, it
had both the db3+ engine implementation, which has remained rather
limited to date compared to other db3/4 engine implementations that were
around at the same time (e.g. Lotus Approach, Paradox, etc), and the
Adabas D 11 Personal Edition engine, which was limited to a maximum size
of 100Mb on disk and at most 3 users in a client/server setup.

If you want to have a look at what it offered, in brief, you can check
out the following link :

Sun dropped integration of Adabas when it released, and
subsequently integrated the hsqldb engine with the V2 release of The rest is history, as they say.


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