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Rocket® UniVerse, the most popular MultiValue application platform, is a fast, flexible data server for developing enterprise apps. Additional information can be found on the Rocket UniVerse home page.

Rocket® UniData is a best-in-class MultiValue application platform, for scalable business apps that can evolve as needs change. Product information and additional resources can be found on the Rocket UniData home page


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  • UniData version 8.2.3 has been released on April 30 2021 for the below platforms/versions: AIX POWER 7.1, 7.2 Amazon Linux 2 CentOS 7, 8 HP/UX ITANIUM 11.31 Oracle Enterprise Linux x86 7, 8 ...

  • The Rocket MultiValue product management team hosts quarterly livestreams about the MV product roadmaps for Rocket UniVerse, Rocket UniData , Rocket D3 , and MultiValue tools. The second quarter event is just 2 days away. Sign up now and pre-register ...

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    Printing Logos

    We have used printer loadable soft fonts to print logos on packing slips for over a decade. I am now unable to find anyone that can provide a service or software to convert images into SPF files. Does anyone have any idea of finding something or a workaround ...

  • Matthew, The best route for us to investigate this further is to open a support call through your normal route with us. Thanks, Jonathan ------------------------------ Jonathan Smith UniData ATS and Principal Engineer Rocket Software ------------- ...

  • Hello Francis, Here is a simple idea that requires no programming; <<ENTE R YOUR BRANCH NUMBER; 1=North; 2=South; 3=East; 4=West >> Note, do not replace the ; with , as the comma is part of the syntax. This displays on one line instead of 4 but does ...