Advanced Revelation


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Advanced Revelation

(database)
(AREV) A database development environment for personal computers available from Revelation Software since 1982. Originally based on the PICK operating system, there are over one million users worldwide in 1996.

Advanced Revelation

A DOS application development system from Revelation Software, Inc., Westwood, NJ (www.revelation.com). It includes the R/BASIC programming language and supports SQL, DB2, Oracle and other databases. The Windows counterpart is OpenInsight for Workgroups and uses the BASIC+ language.
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The company offers users of both product lines compatibility at the data and dictionary level between Advanced Revelation and OpenInsight which enables developers to migrate well developed data structures from DOS to Windows as well as thoroughly field tested and well developed business rules.
As there are currently hundreds of third-party vertical applications written using Advanced Revelation, this ability to run applications unchanged is a major benefit to both application developers and their customers.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Advanced Revelation is a registered trademark of Revelation Technologies, Inc.
Advanced Revelation won industry awards as the best front end application development tool and Local Area Network Database of the Year.
Advanced Revelation was chosen the LAN Database of the Year in 1989 by LAN magazine, and this year was awarded DBMS Readers' Choice Award as the best application development front end.

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