This article is from the Object-Oriented Technology FAQ, by Bob Hathaway email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
NeoLogic Systems produces NeoAccess, a cross-platform object database
engine, and NeoShare, a client/server collaborative computing engine.
NeoAccess consists of a set of C++ database and collection classes.
NeoShare extends NeoAccess to provide shared multi-user access to objects
in a database. Both products come with full source code for all supported
development environments (Windows, Macintosh and Unix). NeoAccess is
priced at $749 per developer for full surce code for all supported
environments, and there are no licensing fees. Support options are
NeoAccess Introductory Toolkit is available without charge. The
Toolkit consists of a 200+ page technical overview on the product plus
several sample applications with source code. This is everything you
need to determine what NeoAccess is and how you might use it in your
development. The Macintosh, Windows and Unix versions of the
documentation can be downloaded from the NeoLogic home pages or FTP
site, or a diskette can be supplied upon request.
NeoAccess Version 4.0, released in October 1995, features full support
for Microsoft Visual C++ 4.0 IDE and the MFC 4.0 application framework.
The client/server database engine, NeoShare 1.1, was released in December
1995, and includes support for additional application frameworks.
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