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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They use Arev32, an interface contained within OpenInsight that allows users and developers to run and create Advanced Revelation applications in a console application powered by OpenInsight.
Vernon Systems' early migration in the 1990s from Advanced Revelation (DOS) to OpenInsight (Windows) meant redesigning the system and since OpenInsight at that time was quite new (version 2), the company took the time to evaluate other options, said Crozier.
After that proved successful, they were provided with a wish list for a home shopping channel and told that they had 6 weeks to create the system, which involved rewriting the Revelation G system in Advanced Revelation and extending it with new functionality.
A Revelation Software shop from the beginning, Megamation started with Advanced Revelation, upgrading to Open-Insight (OI) as soon as it became available, and moving up with each new release that is offered.
A customer of Revelation since its inception, the college started with Advanced Revelation and has made upgrades along the way, moving to the OpenInsight Windows version in 2004.

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