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The Modular APplication Engine

The Modular Application Engine (MAPE) allows programmers to write multi-tier applications in multiple programming languages, using different GUIs for the clients, and accessing multiple database systems. Whole applications are stored in the MAPE system catalog which is stored in a supported SQL database server. XML is used for application description. The applications are generally run on the server, but some parts can run on the client.

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  •  23 Jul 2001 11:54

    Release Notes: This is the first public release. It supports PostgreSQL, DB2, InterBase and ODBC as data sources, GTK+ as GUI on the frontend. User functions can be written in C/C++ (or other language that can create shared libraries) and Tcl. SQL can be used for retrieving/storing application data.


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