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Where to find Mimer-SQL

Where to find Mimer-SQL

Where to find Mimer-SQL

Just starting up with the obvious tip, where to find the companys home page and downloads.

Mimer-SQL: http://www.mimer.com.

I have worked on and off since 1982 with Mimer database systems.

By now Mimer has developed into a general relational database handler with focus on the database engine. So it is very useful for companies that needs a simple managed system.

Mimer works active with standards. At the site http://developer.mimer.com/validator/parser99/index.tml ; you can test if an sql expression is valid standard code.

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