KnowledgeMan

KnowledgeMan

An earlier application development system for DOS, OS/2, VMS and Unix environments from Micro Data Base Systems, Inc., Lafayette, IN (www.mdbs.com). It included an RDBMS, object-based 4GL programming and integrated functions, allowing, for example, database queries to update spreadsheets or results to be embedded in text documents. In the mid-1990s, KnowledgeMan's features and functionality were folded into Micro Data Base's GURU product line that included a 32-bit database engine with the advanced features of an expert system.
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The market was saturated with products such as DBASE, Revelation, KnowledgeMan, Probase, R:BASE, Paradox, Foxbase, Clipper, DBMan, Informix-SQL, Progress, dBrief Quicksilver/dBXL, Emerald Bay, Gupta, Clarion, Framework, DataPerfect, DataEase, Smart and FileMaker to name but a few.
Among its products are GURU, KnowledgeMan, Object/1 and MDBS IV.
The major products are MDBS IV, GURU, KnowledgeMan and Object/1.