FusionWare mvLynx Managed Provider
The Managed Provider allows your customers'.NET programmers to be instantly productive as it allows them to build programs in the way they expect, and connect up any controls that they would expect to be able to use. We enable your MultiValue programmers to provision the data, and your .NET programmers to use it. This makes for a very rich and productive environment:
- Most MultiValue databases including: uniVerse,™ UniData,™ mvBase,™ Reality X,™ jBase,™ mvEnterprise,™ D3,™ Advanced Pick,™, QM and more.
- Microsoft ADO.NET Framework
- Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003
- Microsoft Visual 2005
- Microsoft Visual 2008
- Microsoft Visual 2010
- Microsoft Visual 2012
- .NET Framework 2.0, 3.x, 4, 4.5
- mvLynx Direct Data Access Server – required for each MultiValue host computer. Direct Data Access Server— high-performance, low footprint server that provides access to data and logic on your MultiValue database. Supports OLEDB, JDA (Java) and ADO.NET.
- mvLynx Managed Provider – runs on one or more client computers, integrates with your Visual Studio applications. The mvLynx Managed Provider includes the Connection and Command Builder that allows you to build connection strings, command strings, and test out different connections and commands. Creates Strongly Typed Data Sets in either vb.NET or cs.NET syntax, for inclusion in your projects.
- mvLynx Direct Designer – using our unique automap feature, quickly and easily map MultiValue data as MultiValue data, providing the metadata that .NET requires in order to efficiently process your data and logic.
- 100% ADO.NET compliant Provider – 100% managed code in true .NET framework. Supporting Visual Studio 2003, 2005, 2008, 2010.
- Connection pooling - for stateless applications, such as Web Services.
- Supports optimistic and pessimistic locking
- Support Microsoft recommended Architecture – Full support for strongly typed datasets and Microsoft’s recommended layering architecture, and data binding.
- Command Builder – makes it easy to build and preview commands and data from your multivalue system within Visual Studio. This allows the .Net developer to access multivalue data without needing access to TCL syntax.
- Multivalue BASIC syntax - full set of Multivalue BASIC compatible syntax to jump-start Multivalue developers moving to .NET (mapping optional).