interoperable database

interoperable database

A database front-end which communicates with multiple heterogenous databases and makes them appear as a single homogenous entity with semantic calls.

See ODBC.
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The key requirement for making the system work is for each student to be given a unique identifying number and a set of interoperable database systems that allow administrative records to be linked from year to year and from school to school within a state, he says.
As integrator for OpenAccess, Cadence has been responsible for implementing the advances proposed by OpenAccess Coalition members through the Change Team, providing the EDA industry with its first interoperable database.
Wang will focus his discussion on design database requirements, what customers are requiring for database interoperability, how an open database would fit into a nanometer verification flow, and the next steps needed to make an interoperable database a reality.
To fulfill this targeted strategy, partners will be able to leverage Informix's direct sales force and channel sales representatives to cooperatively provide customers with scalable, interoperable database solutions within the enterprise.
The EESC believes that such data, if made available via interoperable databases run by the authorities, would make investigations much more effective.
However, Lyon carefully details the increasingly interoperable databases which sustain identification cards, reiterating throughout that the card itself is only the tip of the iceberg.
Facilitates the appropriate representation of air, space and cyberspace in modeling and simulation; orchestrates and provides Air Force support for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, joint and Air Force modeling and simulation activities; explores new warfighting concepts roles and missions; establishes high-level architectures, interoperable databases, protocols and standards; ensures Airmen have the appropriate modeling and simulation skills, experience and training; maintains the configuration control for and modernizing selected models; and acts as the central repository for Air Force modeling and simulation knowledge.
Database connectivity dominated respondents' concerns, with Microsoft and Oracle ranked as the most interoperable databases.
Users can adapt SireScan Web to their requirements using familiar components like Java, Microsoft FrontPage, and Internet Explorer; and interoperable databases like Oracle, IBM DB2 and Microsoft SQL Server.

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