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This blog is written by Robert Houben, CTO of FusionWare Integration Corp. Robert has more than 20 years experience in software design and architecture specializing in data and software integration. He is the past founder of Liberty Integration Software, a premier provider of MultiValue integration solutions. Robert was the CTO at FusionWare Corp and was the primary architect behind the FusionWare Integration line of products. Robert was the development manager for the PK Harmony and PC Harmony products at Synex Systems.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 1/31/2013 11:13 AM
Quick info on how to rapidly transfer data from your MultiValue system to SQL Server using SSIS and the FusionWare mvLynx Managed Provider.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 11/23/2012 1:55 PM
In this post we look at the steps to take our assembly from our other blog post and setup the security as you would typically do it for a production server.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 11/22/2012 1:21 PM
SQL Server allows you to create assemblies written in C#, VB.NET or your favorite .NET language and turn them into stored procedures called CLR Procedures. You can call these from another stored procedure, or from a trigger, or from any place that a stored procedure can be accessed, making it a very powerful feature.

There are some stringent limitations on what these assemblies can reference as they need to operate in a sandboxed environment.

FusionWare has a special variation of the FusionWare mvLynxManaged Provider that does not reference any components that are not compatible with the sandboxed environment of SQL Server.

In this post we look at the steps to create a CLR stored procedure that writes to your MultiValue files.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 11/16/2012 10:58 AM
In our previous post, we discussed how convert MultiValue data from the XML generated by the Fusionware Java Data Adapter (JDA) into JSON using an automatic XML to JSON conversion. In this post, using the same JSON library, we’ll manually construct the JSON, walking through one multivalued set and a nested subvalued set.

For more details on the data that we are accessing, see this older post.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 10/30/2012 10:10 AM
The FusionWare mvLynx Java Data Adapter (JDA) can be used to serve up MultiValue data in JSON format. In this post we talk about how you can do that, quickly and easily.

Of course, if you wanted to manually construct the JSON from the data, that can be easily done as well.

See our previous post to see how to do this using FusionWare’sManaged Provider and .NET.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 10/25/2012 3:52 PM
The FusionWare mvLynx Managed Provider can be used to serve up MultiValue data in JSON format. In this post we talk about how you can do that, quickly and easily.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 10/16/2012 2:45 PM
In a prior post, located here:
we talked about how to take the dictionaries in a LIST command and use them to create an instant data warehouse using FusionWare mvLynx 2SQL.  This is a really quick and easy way to provision and transfer data, but for some users, a more complex solution with coding involved is in order.  For those users, we’ll talk about using SSIS.

All you need to get your MultiValue data into SSIS is FusionWare mvLynx Managed Provider
By Robert Houben, CTO on 10/16/2012 2:39 PM
With Windows 8 Microsoft has blurred the line between mobile devices, tablets and computers.  The biggest changes are that Windows 8 comes in two major flavors and there is now a Windows 8 Marketplace (think App-store).

FusionWare mvLynx Managed Provider and our other MultiValue middleware continue to be the best way to integrate Windows with your MultiValue applications.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 10/1/2012 2:48 PM
Whether you are simply migrating or synching data to your Cloud application, or creating new cloud applications that need to leverage your MultiValue application’s data and logic, FusionWare has the products and services to help you get the job done!
By Robert Houben, CTO on 9/26/2012 8:53 AM
In this post, we’ll look at what it would take to get data from your MultiValue system into a data warehouse system assuming that you are able to produce a LIST statement that shows the data that you want to move to a relational database.

Here’s a list of what you won’t need to do:
  • Map anything
  • Create relational tables and columns
  • FusionWare mvLynx 2SQL will do all of this for you!
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