OMNIS Studio

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OMNIS Studio

An application development environment for Windows, Linux, Solaris and Mac from Raining Data Corporation, Irvine, CA (www.rainingdata.com). It includes its own database manager for local and laptop use, visual programming tools, and a 4GL. OMNIS Studio was originally developed by Blyth Software, Foster City, CA, which changed its name to Omnis Technology Corporation in 1997. In 2000, it merged with PickAx, Inc. to become Raining Data.
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These data have been maintained on a Macintosh [TM] personal computer by using database applications developed with the database development software products Omnis 5 [TM] and Omnis 7 [TM].
REPCAT is an application developed with Omnis 7 (Blyth Software, Foster City, CA/DLA Technology, Sydney Australia), which operates on Macintosh (Apple, Cupertino, CA) computers or IBM-compatibles under Windows [TM] (Microsoft, Redmond, WA).
Before an analytical run, patient data are imported into the Omnis 7 database from the hospital mainframe LIS.
In Omnis 7, procedures are built from a list of user-available commands to carry out calculations and (or) logical processing of any record or records within the database.
and European software isn't always obvious; for example, several winners--including Superbase 4, Omnis 7, and Timeworks Publisher--were originally developed in Europe and later acquired by U.S.