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An earlier Windows-based client/server application development system from Byteback Computer Solutions Ltd., Lower Earley, Reading, England. KEY:Assemble applications could access multiple databases, including Oracle and Sybase. Business graphics and spreadsheet capabilities were often included. KEY:Assemble was originally ObjectView from Knowledgeware, which was acquired by Sterling Software. Byteback acquired KEY:Assemble in 1998.

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