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  2. Access Database Engine - Wikipedia

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    Jet, being part of a relational database management system (RDBMS), allows the manipulation of relational databases.It offers a single interface that other software can use to access Microsoft databases and provides support for security, referential integrity, transaction processing, indexing, record and page locking, and data replication.

  3. Microsoft Data Access Components - Wikipedia

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    DAO: DAO, or Data Access Objects were an object oriented interface created by Microsoft which allowed early versions of Microsoft Access and Visual Basic to access the Jet Database Engine. Later (in version 3.5) it was able to bypass the Jet engine altogether and directly access ODBC data sources.

  4. Extensible Storage Engine - Wikipedia

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    Databases. A database is both a physical and logical grouping of data. An ESE database looks like a single file to Windows. Internally the database is a collection of 2, 4, 8, 16, or 32 KB pages (16 and 32 KB page options are only available in Windows 7 and Exchange 2010), arranged in a balanced B-tree structure.

  5. Paradox (database) - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft's first desktop database program, Microsoft Access, did a good job of addressing that same market, and got there first when it debuted at COMDEX November 1992. In response to Borland's acquisition of Ashton-Tate, Microsoft acquired FoxPro and incorporated its Rushmore technology into the Access Jet Engine to significantly improve its ...

  6. Active Directory - Wikipedia

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    Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) is a single sign-on service. With an AD FS infrastructure in place, users may use several web-based services (e.g. internet forum, blog, online shopping, webmail) or network resources using only one set of credentials stored at a central location, as opposed to having to be granted a dedicated set of credentials for each service.

  7. Pervasive PSQL - Wikipedia

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    Pervasive PSQL supports stand-alone, client-server, peer-to-peer and software-as-a-service (SaaS) architecture. The central architecture of Pervasive PSQL consists of two database engines: (1) the storage engine, known as MicroKernel Database Engine (MKDE) and described by Pervasive Software as a transactional database engine and (2) the relational database engine, known as SQL Relational ...

  8. Essbase - Wikipedia

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    MaxL, a "multi-dimensional database access language" which provides both a superset of ESSCMD commands, but with a syntax more akin to SQL, as well as support for MDX queries; Essbase Application Manager, the original Microsoft Windows GUI administration client, compatible with versions of Essbase before 7.0;

  9. History of Microsoft SQL Server - Wikipedia

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    With the release of Service Pack 3, Microsoft also released the first 64-bit version of the SQL Server for the Itanium IA-64 platform. (not to be confused with the x86-64 platform) Only the SQL Server relational engine and SQL Agent were ported to Itanium at this time. Client tools, such as Enterprise Manager, would still need to be run from 32 ...