be deployed on Windows 2000 and all of the popular Unix distributions,
including Linux, AIX, Solaris. As an Open Systems product
R5 can be moved freely and easily between these environments
as your requirements change.
environments it is possible, though not necessarily desirable,
to have different sites running under different operating
systems appropriate for the unique needs of each.
Stamina R5 can be installed on a wide variety of database
from Tiger Logic (ex Raining Data/Pick Systems), which
is the primary platform we use for internal development. Through
their Open System File Interface (OSFI), Raining Data allow
easy client/server deployment and configuration, and also
support foreign databases (like Oracle on AIX platforms).
R5 can also be in conjunction with the following database
products with minimal (if any) code changes :
If you are deploying Stamina R5 on a PC based platform, obviously
any clone type machine could be capable of supporting the
application, though you should be aware that Stamina Software
will only supply and deploy IBM e-Series servers because of
their proven performance. However, we would suggest that for
any non-trivial installation you consider using recognized
server class machines from the likes of IBM, Acer, Compaq,
Dell, NEC etc.
there does come a point where current PC based technology
may simply not be adequate. Though your choices will vary
depending on your database vendor of choice, obvious additions
to your shopping list would be the likes of IBM
(AIX & NT), HP
(HP-UX & NT).
If you are using PC's connected to a host via either serial
or network (TCP/IP) connection, you would access R5 using
2000 from AccuSoft and an AccuTerm Site Licence
is included with your R5 licence.