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Apple publishes a document on “Remote Desktop: use SQL”

A very useful document arrives for those users of databases, which must be used remotely.

The Apple Developer Conncetion has published a new document “Providing Application Access to SQL Data on Apple Remote Desktop 2”, a new article which will help administrators, software developers and others understand how to manipulate data and be able to save them while operating Apple Remote Desktop 2.

Remote Desktop 2 is a solution for networks. It allows administrators to distribute software, configure systems, offer real-time help, and monitor systems. This document shows how to create database accesses and use the results in other applications. The article is aimed at those people who are familiar with the SQL language and have knowledge of using the command line or its graphical interface.

Source: MacWorld

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