ObjectVision


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ObjectVision

An earlier development package from Borland for creating Windows and OS/2 applications. It used "stacks of forms" as user interface building blocks and "graphical trees" for describing processing. ObjectVision read and wrote ASCII, dBASE, Paradox and Btrieve files.
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The underlying database program for MINLOG is Borland International's ObjectVision.
The pieces include an object-oriented language standard, a "scalable architecture" that will encompass both single- and multi-processor systems, graphical front ends like ObjectVision for higher-level applications development, a rich networking environment (based on shared technology with Novell), and server-based systems for "complex transaction processing" tasks that demand more power than current PC platforms can deliver.