What's new in IDS 11?

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Mohankumar S P, Priyambada Behera, Radhika Gadde, and Inge Halilovic

Date archived: January 10, 2017 | Last updated: June 11, 2007|First published: May 24, 2007

IBM® Informix® Dynamic Server (IDS) is a fast and scalable database server that manages traditional relational, object-relational, and web-based databases. IDS supports alphanumeric and rich data, such as graphics, multimedia, geospatial, HTML, and user-defined types. You can use IDS on UNIX®, Linux®, or Windows® with online transaction processing (OLTP), data marts, data warehouses, and e-business applications.

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