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SNA to Integrate AVR into .NET

Amalgamated Software of North America, Inc. (ASNA) has announced its intention to fully integrate its Visual RPG/Caviar (AVR) with Microsoft Visual Studio 7.0, a first step toward embracing Microsoft's .NET platform.

AVR already supports XML and future versions will contain even more intrinsic support of XML as ASNA's commitment to .NET expands. ASNA also plans to expand capabilities of AVR into Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), and the next generation of Active Server Pages programming, ASP+ with future iterations.

Contact ASNA, www.ansa.com.

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