DynaBase hits the Mac

Summary:Inso Corp. this month updated its multi-user Web publishing system and debuted a Macintosh client for it.

Inso Corp. this month updated its multi-user Web publishing system and debuted a Macintosh client for it.

DynaBase 3.0 adds support for Extensible Markup Language, an emerging standard that builds on HTML's capabilities. It allows Web developers to incorporate HTML, graphics, Java applets, multimedia files and database information in Web sites.

The software's Data Server organizes and manages Web content, while the Web Manager client lets users check in or check out content. Users can edit files residing on a Web server, and the Web Manager client will automatically launch the user's preferred Web authoring tool for editing. With the client, users can view the status of documents and see version histories and management logs.

Inso said the Mac client, written in Java, will allow Mac users to access the Data Server, which runs on Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Information Server for Windows NT and Netscape Communications Corp.'s Enterprise Server for NT and Solaris.

A DynaBase Personal Pack costs $1,995, and a Workgroup Pack, targeted at small workgroups, costs $9,995.

Inso Corp. of Boston can be reached at (617) 753-6500 or (800) 733-5799; fax (617) 753-6666; saleschi@inso.com; http://www.inso.com.

Topics: Servers, Hardware, Microsoft, Operating Systems, Software, Windows

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