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Chinese Whispers - New Releases in the MV World

Published almost 2 years ago by Elkie Holland
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Yes, BlueFinity have been quiet but Chinese Whispers are that in the next 24-48 hours they will be announcing significant enhancements to mv.Net and mv.SSIS.   These should be available to MulttiValue developers before the end of September 2015.

mv.Net

This is the product which allows developers to use all the good stuff MultiValue databases are known for along with the latest Microsoft Technology.  Applications can be feature-rich and high performance using the tools provided by a .Net environment.

The new 4.4 release is rumoured to already be Windows 10 compatible as well as Visual Studio 2015 as well as MVON, D3 and jBase (UTF-8 and jRCS).


mv.SSIS

This is the product which lets MultiValue data to be read directly into the Microsoft SSIS environment in a natural way. 

The new 4.4 release is rumoured to be SQL Server 2014, Windows 10 compliant as well as enjoying data transfer speed optimizations.



Apparently these and more enhancements came about directly after consultation with their extensive and varied customer base.

Watch out for official BlueFinity Press Releases coming soon which will say more about both products and how to download and try them.


Fingers crossed my ear-to-the ground is right !!! If not, then I'll be deleting this blog post.


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