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Posted Sep 21, 2002

Product Update: Proc-Blaster Code Generation Tool

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Product Update: Proc-Blaster Code Generation Tool Proc-Blaster, a RAD code generation tool for VB, ASP, SQL, .NET and all other languages used to interact with Microsoft SQL Server, has recently been updated with a faster processing engine, improved interface, an updated object model and a revised help file. Also, several new code generation templates have been released, including a template to obectify a stored procedure call in VB.NET.

A single Developer's License costs $99 for Proc-Blaster Professional and $399 for the Enterprise Edition, with site licenses and five-Developer licenses also available.

For more information or to download the latest release of Proc-Blaster, please visit the LockwoodTech Software Website:

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