The GENESIS List driver uses TRIMpl lists to create a very
high performance SQL in-memory database. The database can be built in several
ways. You can load the GENESIS catalog and TRIMpl lists into shared memory for
a read-only shared memory database. You can store the GENESIS catalog and
files which are read during connection. Or you can create a completely dynamic
database by simply specifying memory as the data source filename.
This last option is very useful for doing complex
list manipulation using familiar SQL statements without having to first
create the GENESIS catalog.
Included with the driver is a GENESIS dictionary maintenance utility, gds9init.
GENESIS relies upon six dictionary tables to keep track
of the TRIMpl list formats.
To obtain your evaluation, go to our
and choose Vortex.
Please refer to the
GENESIS Users Guide.
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Updated 30 Jan 2013.