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Posted May 18, 2005

CASE Studio 2 new version 2.19 released

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From CHARONWARE, s.r.o]

CHARONWARE, s. r. o., http://www.casestudio.com, a software company specializing in developing database modeling tools, announces release of a new version of its flagship product CASE Studio 2 - Database Modeling Tool.

CS 2 v. 2.19 Key Features:

  • Full support for dbs: Informix 10, Pervasive v9, Sybase ASE 12.5.3
  • Completely updated support for IBM DB2 UDB v 8 (more than forty changes and enhancements).
  • New design of HTML reports.
  • New way of creating user-defined templates in the Templates editor.

More information can be found at: http://www.casestudio.com/enu/ver219.aspx.

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