This allows developers to adapt the default map to give better support for the accented characters found in European languages without needing to use the ECS version.
I had a chance last month to look at an aspect of the QM platform that I had not used before: The VFS or Virtual File System.
This release introduces a pure Java version of the QMClient API, removing the need for the Java Native Interface which required different versions for each supported platform.
QpenQM is a high-performance, self-tuning database supporting MultiValue applications on Linux, Windows Server and IBM AIX. Bundled with AccuTerm, OpenQM provides incredible features including auto-sizing of database files, object-oriented programming and now, Python support.
OpenQM is considered a “NoSQL” product, but unlike most NoSQL databases, it is cost effective, feature rich, and ideally suited for MultiValue applications.
Release 3.4-3 of the QM Multivalue Database is now available!