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We use this at UNILAB. In fact they are looking for an experienced MUMPS 
coder right now.
Rusty
If anyone is interested send an e-mail to my work rminden@unilab.com

On Monday 11 June 2001 11:47, you wrote:
> > > > Oracle    223
> > > > Sybase     49
> > > > MySQL       5
> > > > Postgres[ql] 0  Too bad, this is my favorite DBMS
> > >
> > > but it makes perfect sense, doesn't it?  i mean, if something is truly
> >
> > good,
> >
> > > why would anyone want to give it away?   sounds suspicious to me!
>
> Just a quick note to pass the word:
>
> A pretty old RDMS just released it's code to open source.  It's a MUMPS
> interpreter and RDMS.  It's a DB system that was invented in the sixties
> for Hospitals.  But since then, has been applied to all sorts of db apps
> (at my work, we use a proprietary equivalent of the same thing).  Anyhoo,
> it's _really_ fast.  It can support hundreds of users doing updates to the
> same tables with a pretty fair perfomance (I am speaking of the
> proprietary, but I have heard the open source compares well).  And it does
> all the things that an industrial strength db should do (transaction
> journalling, etc).  I am anxious to try out the new source version of this
> project.
>
> It's called GT.M.  You can find it on sourceforge:
>
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm/
>
> If anyone decides that they want to try it out, and need some help, I work
> with Mumps/ M alot, so if help is needed, please let me know.  :)
>
> j
>
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