Combined with OMNIS Studio, OMNIS Studio Production Manager takes version control to the next level, while OMNIS Studio Data Access Manager allows users to access and manipulate data simultaneously from all leading databases.
What does DAM stand for?
DAM stands for Data Access Manager
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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The All-in-One packaging also features all available OMNIS Data Access Managers (DAMs).
NOTE: OMNIS, OMNIS Studio, OMNIS Studio Data Access Manager and OMNIS Studio Production Manager are registered trademarks of OMNIS Software, Inc.
The development of the new SDK is Apple's first ODBC product since the company announced its support of ODBC through its Data Access Manager (DAM) in July 1992.
OMNIS, OMNIS Studio, OMNIS Studio Production Manager and OMNIS Studio Data Access Manager are registered trademarks of OMNIS Software Inc.
Apple's support of Microsoft's Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) in its Data Access Manager (DAM) amd Microsoft's support for the DAL Client on Windows will simplify development because developers will only need to support one common API (DAM/ODBC) and one SQL data access mechanism (DAL) to reach 17 database environments.
Advanced data access manager -- NonStop SQL/MX's data access manager eliminates the need for a distributed lock manager by performing SQL operations (selection, projection, aggregates, join in some cases, and so on) directly on data as it comes off the disk.
AppleScript, Apple's open scripting architecture, also announced today, is among key Apple technologies such as Apple Events, Data Access Manager and Data Access Language, that will be widely supported by the client/server tools partners.