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David J Boothby: Synchronization of disparate databases. Puma Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, November 4, 1997: US05684990 (382 worldwide citation)

A data processing method for synchronizing the data records of a plurality of disparate databases, in which a status file is provided containing data records representative of the contents of data records existing in the disparate databases at a prior synchronization. Data records from at least a fi ...


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Keith Crozier: Method for mapping, translating, and dynamically reconciling data between disparate computer platforms. Puma Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, December 23, 1997: US05701423 (303 worldwide citation)

Traditionally, it has been difficult to share data among diverse computer applications and platforms because of underlying differences in data formats. Although the meaning or purpose of the data may be similar or identical (for example, two appointments entered using separate computer applications) ...


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Keith Crozier: Method for mapping, translating, and dynamically reconciling data between disparate computer platforms. Puma Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, September 9, 1997: US05666553 (277 worldwide citation)

Traditionally, it has been difficult to share data among diverse computer applications and platforms because of underlying differences in data formats. Although the meaning or purpose of the data may be similar or identical (for example, two appointments entered using separate computer applications) ...


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Steve G Rybicki, Dale L Palmer: Connection resource manager displaying link-status information using a traffic light iconic representation. Puma Technology, Stuart T Auvinen, May 13, 1997: US05630081 (244 worldwide citation)

A communication and file-transfer program can be used to link a portable computer to a remote computer. The portable-computer link program displays on a user's screen a dynamic icon. The dynamic icon changes appearance as a connection to a remote computer is made, thus indicating to the user the pro ...


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David J Boothby, Robert C Daley: Using distributed history files in synchronizing databases. Puma Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, March 28, 2000: US06044381 (223 worldwide citation)

A computer implemented method is provided for synchronizing a first database located on a first computer and a second database located on a second computer. At the first computer, it is determined whether a record of the first database has been changed or added since a previous synchronization, usin ...


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David J Boothby, David W Morgan, John R Marien: Synchronization of databases using filters. Puma Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, April 3, 2001: US06212529 (221 worldwide citation)

A computer program is provided for synchronizing at least a first and a second database. A plurality of records of the first database fitting a selected criterion are identified. At least one of the identified records of the first database is then synchronized with a record of the second database. O ...


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David J Boothby: Synchronization of recurring records in incompatible databases. Puma Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, August 24, 1999: US05943676 (198 worldwide citation)

A technique for synchronizing databases in which different techniques are used for storing a recurring event. A database in which the recurring event is, for example, stored as a single recurring record can be synchronized with a database in which the same recurring event is stored as a series of in ...


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David J Boothby: Synchronization of databases with date range. Puma Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, October 31, 2000: US06141664 (193 worldwide citation)

A method of synchronizing at least a first and a second database each containing dated records such as events, wherein the records of the first and second databases are synchronized across a narrow date range narrower than the date range of the records of at least one of the databases. A prior synch ...


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Christoph Berger: Shoe with flexible upper material provided with a closing device. Puma Rudolf Dassler Sport, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, June 2, 1992: US05117567 (190 worldwide citation)

A shoe provided with a central closing device, especially a sport, leisure or rehabilitation shoe, with an upper formed of flexible upper materials, and with an instep shield which covers the instep. The instep shield is designed so that it can be fastened to the side parts of the shoe on both sides ...


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Peter R Cavanagh: Computer shoe system and shoe for use therewith. Puma Aktiengesellschaft Rudolf Dassler Sport, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, September 13, 1988: US04771394 (189 worldwide citation)

A pair of running shoes provided with a housing at the heel thereof, into one of which an electronic device is removably mounted. The electronic device comprises a normally open inertia switch for producing a footstrike count, an oscillator crystal for providing a stopwatch function, a sound generat ...