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Important Technical Update Posted

Avoid Index Errors Caused by memcpy() Implementation on Latest Operating Systems 20 December 2011 The latest Linux versions, notably Redhat 6 (RHEL 6) have demonstrated a potential problem with c‑treeACE buffer management...

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Celebrating 20 Years With FairCom

What happens after you live with FairCom for 20 years? HUGE THANK YOUS! Congratulations to Randal Hoff for 20 years of outstanding dedication and service to FairCom! Nearly every customer has had...

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Samba, Soccer and Software!

When people think of Brazil, they often think of Carnival, Soccer, and Samba. While this is all fun and games, Brazil has become an important financial center in the Americas. It also...

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c-treeACE SQL Server Side Functionality with Java Stored Procedures

All challenging software projects have specific needs and FairCom has always met that challenge by providing the flexibility developers require. c‑treeACE users have long known they can take advantage of the CTUSER()...

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FairCom On The Road – Australia and New Zealand

Summer offered a change of seasons for a couple of FairCom team members as they headed down under. Good thing they packed coats and scarves as they left sunny 90º+ (Fahrenheit for...

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Beyond Rio

Facts about Brazil It is the only country in the Americas that speaks Portuguese. The Brazilian population represents 49% of the total population of South America, 33% of the total Latin American...

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Introducing c-treeRTG COBOL Edition for High Performance Business Applications

c‑treeRTG COBOL Edition is the second generation of the game-changing c‑treeACE for COBOL. You get all the great features that rocked the COBOL world in the original product. The engineers at FairCom...

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Advanced c-treeACE SQL for Advanced COBOL Applications

The SQL Challenge Do you need simultaneous access to data using standard COBOL file I/O routines and SQL? The very nature of COBOL data and record definitions (including redefines) do not fit...

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