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1 25th February 08:50
dtsig
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Default Revelation and arev32


I believe that JOI is best described as a RAD for java. I do not
believe that JOI is a database. It does support multiple environments
though. And yes .. there is a user base

It took god only 6 days to create the earth and all life on it .. but
it
took man 1982 years to create Revelation .. and it was good.

Revelation was a database which contained tools to simply work with the
database. This was a new idea as people like PICK like to just dump
out an engine leave the user to their own .. which is probably why PICK
is like it is <G>

Then Arev was an enhanced version with the same 'basic' database as the
back end. Enhanced front end tools and some enhancements to the
backend.

Then OpenInsight (the actual openinsight instead of the idiocy that was
thrown on the developers which was actually 'Knowledge Garden'). It
was the same
'basic' engine as found in Arev with the exception that it was an
actual windows process. The front end was completely changed and
'windowized' (events etc).

OpenInsight today IS a database engine and a UI development
environment. You could just use the engine if you want to .. but why
would you want to?

The reason Arev32 and CTO work so well is that they communicate with
the database engine while isolating the UI portion .. to work as it is
required. Arev32 gives developers the same Arev interfaces the love.
CTO is OpenInsight doing 'PICK'. same commands, same spooler etc.
Simply do an account restore and POW you have it.

So OpenInsight IS the engine and the UI. Make sense?

dtsig

PS .. i don't remember seeing PRIME Information in your map. That is
really where Rev came from.

DSig
David Tod Sigafoos
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2 10th February 12:15
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Default Revelation and arev32


I believe that JOI is best described as a RAD for java. I do not
believe that JOI is a database. It does support multiple environments
though. And yes .. there is a user base

It took god only 6 days to create the earth and all life on it .. but
it
took man 1982 years to create Revelation .. and it was good.

Revelation was a database which contained tools to simply work with the
database. This was a new idea as people like PICK like to just dump
out an engine leave the user to their own .. which is probably why PICK
is like it is <G>

Then Arev was an enhanced version with the same 'basic' database as the
back end. Enhanced front end tools and some enhancements to the
backend.

Then OpenInsight (the actual openinsight instead of the idiocy that was
thrown on the developers which was actually 'Knowledge Garden'). It
was the same
'basic' engine as found in Arev with the exception that it was an
actual windows process. The front end was completely changed and
'windowized' (events etc).

OpenInsight today IS a database engine and a UI development
environment. You could just use the engine if you want to .. but why
would you want to?

The reason Arev32 and CTO work so well is that they communicate with
the database engine while isolating the UI portion .. to work as it is
required. Arev32 gives developers the same Arev interfaces the love.
CTO is OpenInsight doing 'PICK'. same commands, same spooler etc.
Simply do an account restore and POW you have it.

So OpenInsight IS the engine and the UI. Make sense?

dtsig

PS .. i don't remember seeing PRIME Information in your map. That is
really where Rev came from.

DSig
David Tod Sigafoos
SigsSolutions, Inc.
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