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Ladybridge Systems was founded in 1992 by former Prime Computer personnel and is headquartered in Hardingstone, Northampton, England. To date, Ladybridge Systems provides training, consultancy, development, and maintenance services to MultiValue databases in the UK and worldwide. While the OpenQM MultiValue database is their primary area of activity, they are an IBM business partner providing services to users of IBM's UniVerse and UniData products.
Ladybridge Systems remains a small privately owned company, offering a personal level of service to clients around the world. As a member of the TRUST Group, a network of independent computer companies working together, they are able to offer the vast range resources of a large company while still maintaining the direct, friendly approach of a small business. This also allows Ladybridge Systems to operate with very low overhead and offer high-value services to organizations at much lower charges.
Current MultiValue News and Production Updates...
(Monday, February 17, 2014) -
(Friday, November 15, 2013) - Few minor chanages to enhance release 3.2-3
(Friday, November 01, 2013) - This release introduces some new minor functionality requested
by their users.
(Monday, October 07, 2013) - Pick Cloud, Inc. and Ladybridge Systems Ltd. are proud to
announce the first true MultiValue Database as a Service (DBaaS).
(Wednesday, July 31, 2013) - Ladybridge Systems releases new version of QM database with
fixes and enhancements
(Sunday, June 30, 2013) - This release brings the exception handling introduced in
experimental form in release 3.0-7 into fully supported form.
Combined with recent extensions to QM's object oriented
programming capabilities, these features help to make the
programming environment more familiar to developers from other
(Thursday, November 01, 2012) - UK based Ladybridge Systems has announced availability of the
OpenQM multivalue database software on the Raspberry Pi computer.
(Sunday, April 15, 2012) -
(Tuesday, March 01, 2011) - QMPHP is a free PHP extension that provides access to QM through
the functions that are exposed via the qmclilib library.
(Monday, November 01, 2010) - This version introduces the data replication element of the
resilience features package. The second element, journaling, will
follow in the near future.
All Available MultiValue Business Applications and Software...
OpenQM is a high performance multivalue database environment with a
low price tag and close compatibility with other products.
Available for Windows, Linux, Mac, AIX and PDA, a commercial QM
licence includes the AccuTerm terminal emulator at no extra cost.
The QMClient API allows development of VB, C and web front ends.
OpenQM is the only multivalue database available both as a fully
supported commercial product and in open source form under the
General Public Licence.
The Wigwam, Phoenix, AZ
April 7th-10th 2014
UK based Ladybridge Systems are the developers of the OpenQM multivalue database which offers high performance combined with a low total cost of ownership. The company also provides consultancy and training services for users of other multivalue products.
The Wigwam, Phoenix, AZ
Data representations such as JSON and XML have the ability to extend well beyond the three dimensions supported by the multivalue data model. Processing such data efficiently in a multivalue application can present challenges when needing to parse or update large multi-dimensional data items.
This session introduces the concept of Data Collections that use extensions to the familiar multivalue environment to store and manipulate arbitrarily multi-dimensional data.
Object oriented programming adds a valuable capability to the developer’s toolbox. This topic discusses use of object oriented programming techniques in MultiValue applications and how they can simplify the development process.
Exception handling provides a powerful alternative way in which to handle error conditions and other events in applications, avoiding the need for cascading status codes back through multiple layers of program modules.
The availability of these two features also eases the transition for developers coming to MultiValue with a background in programming languages such as C# or Java that are built around these concepts.
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Developing MultiValue GUI Applications
Wednesday May 21, 2014 - 01:00PM PST / 04:00PM EST
Desktop App using .NET WinForms and UniObjects.NET
Wednesday May 28, 2014 - 02:00PM PST / 05:00PM EST
Using WebServices in Multivalue BASIC
Wednesday June 11, 2014 - 11:00AM PST / 02:00PM EST
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