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"Team Ada: Ada Advocacy Issues (83 & 95)" <[log in to unmask]>
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"W. Wesley Groleau (Wes)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 26 Feb 1997 09:12:12 EST
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:> Does any one know of a DBMS written in Ada 95?  How about a "DBMS" package?

Martin Marietta (now Lockheed Martin, then GE Aerospace) was trying to use
INGRES on the 5 million SLOC Seawolf Control System but no amount of tuning
with vendor's help could meet timing requirements.  So they wrote a
"Real-Time Data Manager" in-house.  Its statistics were fairly impressive.
Since the U.S. Gorvernment paid for the development, the advertisements
had in very fine print that (not the exact words) it was public domain.

http://guppy.nosc.mil/services/sti/publications/pubs/td/2747/nradtd2747toc.html
   Didn't see anything about the particular RTDM I mentioned, but it does
   cite a document by one of the designers of that RTDM.  (Ref. 29 of intro)
   Mentions Ada in the intro.

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