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Posted Apr 7, 2010

MySQL and Teradata Support Added to Citrus Replay

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

A new release, version 1.1, of Citrus Technology Ltd’s Citrus Replay adds native database support for MySQL and Teradata databases; extending the already existing support for Oracle, SQL Server, Access, DB2, Firebird, PostgreSQL, Text, Excel, OLE, and ODBC data sources. This newest version offers Interactive Business Rules to support Data understanding and Quality initiatives as well as allowing users to explore, analyse, detect, and reuse business rules, maintain data analysis histories, find outliers and exceptions through charting result sets and drilling down into data, and create business rules outside of Citrus Replay, against a database or with business applications.

Said David Ross, Director, Citrus Technology:

"With this latest release, Citrus Replay brings data quality and data analysis within the reach of every business,"
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