Ives releases tool that's like 'auto-save for developers'
Ives Development, Inc. in Beverly, Mass. has added a new tool to its TeamStudio Design System that the company likens to "auto-save for Notes developers." Called TeamStudio Snapper, the new software helps developers keep track of changes to a database via scheduled snapshots and a dynamically maintained undo buffer. TeamStudio Snapper works directly out of the Notes client and lets developers capture all of the design changes made to a database since the previous snapshot.
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TeamStudio Snapper is priced at $595 and can be purchased online.
Discovery Server to rely on Inxight tools
Santa Clara, Calif.-based Inxight Software, Inc., a maker of information access and content analysis software products and services, will provide advanced text retrieval and information organization features in the newly released Lotus Discovery Server. The Discovery Server is a knowledge management tool used to organize and find information and experts across multiple sources in a company.
The server will utilize Inxight's LinguistX and Summarizer products to offer text processing in 16 languages and generate summaries of documents such as news stories, reports and white papers.
BakBone Software releases back-up APMs for Notes
Storage management firm BakBone Software headquartered in San Diego has introduced a suite of back-up and file restoration application plug-in modules (APM) for Lotus Notes and IBM DB2. The add-on modules enable NetVault, BakBone's backup/restore software to execute "hot" online backup and restore operations.
NetVault APM for Lotus Notes includes features such as remote management, centralized online incremental backups, protection for all files created with Notes/Domino and support for Windows NT/2000 now. Within 90 days the APMs will support for AIX, Linux and Solaris.
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