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A fourth-generation language from Unify Corporation, Sacramento, CA ( that runs on Unix platforms and supports Oracle, Informix, Sybase and Unify databases. Introduced in 1985 as the Interactive Development System, it was the first database-independent 4GL for Unix. See Unify NXJ.

Unify NXJ

A business application platform from Unify Corporation, Sacramento, CA ( for building Java EE-based Web applications. Unify NXJ is the company's flagship software product. See UNIFY 2000 and Unify VISION.

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