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Allen Systems Group, Sybase Partner on Replication

Allen Systems Group (ASG) Inc., a provider of enterprise productivity software, has entered into a development partnership with Sybase Inc. The two companies will work together on development of data replication solutions.

ASG (www.asg.com) has developed its ASG-Rascle solution, part of the ASG-Replication suite, in cooperation with Sybase's OpenClient Connect and DirectConnect to provide real-time replication for CA-IDMS users. ASG-Rascle allows users of ASG-Replication Agent to feed their updates directly into Oracle, Sybase (www.sybase.com), DB2, Microsoft SQL, and Informix using database controls that ensure data integrity.

ASG-Replication Suite permits CA-IDMS data to be replicated from a legacy database and distributed to nearly any combination of relational databases, regardless of their platform or location, while keeping them in sync. -- Isaac Slepner

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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