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Posted Aug 3, 2010

Users of Btrieve/Pervasive Transaction Engines Can Now Run Applications Against MySQL with New Driver

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

The BTR2SQL driver from Mertech allows companies to run Btrieve-based applications with MySQL without changing source code. The latest driver, BTR2SQL, is now available for download allows those applications that currently work with Btrieve to quickly work with a SQL database server.

"We are seeing strong interest for MySQL among Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). MySQL's low total cost of ownership (TCO) is very attractive for ISVs looking to embed a database with their applications," said Riaz Merchant, CEO of Mertech Data Systems.

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