Would it be possible to have a list of SQL Server / Oracle versions that InfinityQS has been tested / certified on?
I believe that many developers pay too little attention to the design of the future app or software, although for users the design is probably on the same level with the usability of the interface. That’s why design for enterprise solutions is very important, and I always notice if the developers have done a good job on this part of the project.
InfinityQS’ ProFicient has been designed to be compatible with a variety of backend databases such as Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase and others. ProFicient communicates with the backend database through the industry standard ODBC 3.5 protocol. Therefore, virtually any database that supports the basic language syntax and functionality provided by this standard can be utilized as the backend database for ProFicient. (Note: The ODBC 3.5 standard is closely matched to the SQL-92 standard.) Because ProFicient is designed to be database independent and not designed to rely on a specific database platform, InfinityQS does not certify a specific backend database for use with ProFicient. InfinityQS does make the following recommendations when selecting a backend database for use with ProFicient: • An n-tier client/server database should be utilized in any multi-user environment. This includes SQL Server, Oracle, Sybase and others. Access is NOT recommended in a multi-user environment. • The databas
- Is it possible to procure the Clampcrete system components separately from different sources and still achieve the certified crash-tested system?
- Would it be possible to have a list of SQL Server / Oracle versions that InfinityQS has been tested / certified on?
- Is it possible to obtain a list of certified builders and professionals?