Watcom SQL


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Watcom SQL

(database, product)
A family of databases from Watcom International, based on scalable technology and a SQL database engine. Version 4.0 adds stored procedures and triggers. It is designed for environments ranging from large departmental networks with a diverse range of PC client systems, to peer-to-peer workgroups, to stand-alone PCs. It is available in stand-alone versions for Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, OS/2 and MS DOS; and multi-user network server versions for Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, OS/2, NetWare NLM and MS DOS.
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Watcom SQL

A relational DBMS for DOS, Windows, NetWare and OS/2 developed by Watcom International Corporation, Waterloo, Ontario. Watcom SQL evolved into Sybase SQL Anywhere when it was acquired by Powersoft and then Sybase.
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