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One thing to keep in mind if you are trying to upgrade your L7000 system to the cellular communication path is you must get the 4GL communicator as the older GSMVLP5-4G will not work for this system.
BluePhoenix's 4GL conversion solution enables organisations to automatically migrate their legacy applications to prevailing languages and technologies, the company claims.
En periodos de poco auge de los 4GL, aunque las empresas no incrementan su uso, tampoco abandonan sus aplicaciones 4GL existentes, y funcionalmente completas.
SuperNova, which quit the 4GL market for component development in early 1997 believes it was somewhat ahead of its time and that the market for component development is only now beginning to taken off.
Our research investigates the ability of 4GL technology to improve system development productivity during the design phase of the system development life cycle.
The 4GL allows users to quickly build menus (if the program is DOS-based) or icon-driven applications (if it's a GUI program) linking features such as input screens, queries and reports.
The PROGRESS 4GL enables developers to build complex transaction-oriented applications without requiring the use of a Third Generation Language (3GL).
4GL systems are more flexible and adaptable to a variety of libra >;ry environments-that is, public, special, school, medical, etc.
In the last five years, virtually all of the mainframe computer systems and some PC systems have had at least one 4GL software program designed to be used with them.
The 4GL Database is completely web-based, and offers programmers a number of technical advantages - translating into faster delivery and cost-savings for companies.
Programs written in a Third Generation Language (3GL), such as COBOL, PL/I, and Pascal are substantially more complex than equivalent programs written with a 4GL tool, in particular those related to the querying and maintenance of databases.
The prior system had been built using Forte Software's 4GL, which is no longer supported by Sun Microsystems.