SQLBase Server

SQLBase Server

A relational DBMS for DOS, OS/2, Netware, Windows, Sun and Linux servers, first released in 1988 by Gupta Technologies, which was acquired by Unify Corporation in 2006. Created for PC networks running DOS, it went on to become a leading DBMS for OS/2 and Netware. SQLBase Server evolved into Unify's embedded database (see SQLBase). See SQLWindows.
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GSA now manages data with a SQLBase Server (from Gupta Technologies, Menlo Park, Calif.).
The speed of SQLBase Server gives GSA the appearance of a multi-user network in a single-user DOS setting.