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SAN LEANDRO, CA- PlugSys announces immediate availability of Max Server Pages (MSP), the database-oriented server-side scripting product for Linux and Windows web servers.
Xbase Scripting Language
Max Server Pages addresses a common deficiency in web development. Other server-side languages retrofit database handling syntax and semantics onto a conventional logic engine. These implementations are clumsy and require additional coding effort. Xbase was conceived to be a database development platform. MSP leverages the language to simplify data extraction and result set navigation. The development approach relies on a time-tested cursor-like memory model that PlugSys calls the "virtual DBF."
PHP and ASP developers have provided encouraging feedback during the extensive alpha and beta test of MSP. These programmers appreciate the control and speediness they have discovered in Max Server Pages. MSP installs as a self- contained performance-oriented engine providing dynamic compilation, caching with runtime evaluation capabilities.
Free Edition Functionality
Max Server Pages Free Edition (MSP/FE) provides full functionality. Applications using the Free Edition functionality may be distributed and deployed broadly- at no cost. MSP/FE provides all the functionality of the Professional Edition product. MSP/FE will primarily be used by programmers as a development and testing environment.
MSP/FE limits web access to 3 unique IP users during any 24-hour time period. MSP Professional Edition:
For Demanding Applications
When a web site is ready to be deployed, MSP Professional Edition (MSP/PE) is the appropriate product. MSP/PE imposes no IP connection limitations and adds library interfaces for precompiled code in Xbase, C and C++.
Full Database Connectivity
MSP provides developers with access to all significant data stores:
Max Server Pages Benefits
Max Server Pages offers developers numerous benefits:
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