Oracle Rdb


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Oracle Rdb

(database)
A set of relational database products originally known as Rdb from Digital Equipment Corporation, but purchased by Oracle Corporation in 1994. The current (October 1996) versions are Oracle Rdb V7.0 for OpenVMS VAX, Oracle Rdb V7.0 for OpenVMS Alpha, and Oracle Rdb V7.0 for Digital UNIX.

This release of Oracle Rdb includes advances in non-stop computing for business critical applications, improvements to OLTP performance, and easy client/server application development. It also includes an ODBC Driver.

Oracle Rdb

(Oracle Relational DataBase) A relational DBMS that runs under OpenVMS on Digital's VAX and Alpha systems. Rdb was originally developed by Digital and widely used on VAX systems. Oracle acquired it in 1994 and enhanced the product.
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