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KEY:Enterprise

Formerly Application Development Workbench (ADW) it is an integrated CASE-based application development system that runs under OS/2 originally from Sterling Software. It includes a variety of tools for designing and developing client/server, AS/400 and IBM mainframe applications. KEY:Enterprise was renamed COOL:Enterprise and later integrated into the Advantage Developer Series from Computer Associates, which acquired Sterling in 2000. See COOL.
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The Application Development Workbench, ObjectView, Flashpoint, Legacy Workbench, NorthStar, ForeSight and associated products and services are used for developing, redeveloping and maintaining a range of applications in open, client/server computing environments.
KnowledgeWare has shipped the Application Development Workbench to more than 5,000 companies in 50 countries since it was introduced in 1990.
The Application Development Workbench supports 4GL visual development tools such as KnowledgeWare's ObjectView to allow organizations to model their business, data and process requirements for rapid deployment of enterprise applications.
KnowledgeWare recently announced plans for the Application Development Workbench to generate RPG code for AS/400 environments.
In a separate announcement, Sterling Software also today announced that its KEY:Plan, KEY:Analyze, KEY:Design and KEY:Construct products -- previously known as Application Development Workbench (ADW)--were recently named as a 1994 CIO Magazine CASE tools Reader's Choice Award winner.
IFM develops AS/400-targeted software tools, consulting and services for KnowledgeWare's Application Development Workbench (ADW).
The Application Development Workbench is a PC-based, integrated CASE development solution for client/server applications.
0 (beta release), R&O's ROCHADE Repository and a Kanji version of the Application Development Workbench (Release 2.
These include interfaces to KnowledgeWare's Application Development Workbench to take advantage of model-based design information, R&O's ROCHADE Repository for integration at the enterprise level, and Netwise's TransAccess client/server middleware that can integrate ObjectView applications directly with CICS and mainframe application databases.
NorthStar captures critical and proven business logic from an organization's hundreds or thousands of existing programs and applications for incremental analysis, rationalization and migration to KnowledgeWare's market-leading Application Development Workbench (ADW).
KnowledgeWare also announced that a Kanji version of the Application Development Workbench Version 2.

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