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Randal Lee Guck: Automatic format conversion system and publishing methodology for multi-user network. Unisys Corporation, Alfred W Kozak, Mark T Starr, Steven R Petersen, June 15, 1999: US05911776 (480 worldwide citation)

A network providing a server using an object-database enables an author to create and store an original document, as a source file with a first format. Software in the data base will provide multiple sets of shadow file-converter groups connected to the source file of the original document. Each sha ...


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Randal Lee Guck: Method for storing/retrieving files of various formats in an object database using a virtual multimedia file system. Unisys, J Ronald Richebourg, Steven R Petersen, Mark T Starr, January 26, 1999: US05864870 (323 worldwide citation)

A method is provided in a server for storing and retrieving files of various formats in an object database coupled to a network including a multiplicity of clients also coupled to the network. The server includes a storage device for storing objects of the database. The method begins by determining ...


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Randal Lee Guck: Selective multiple protocol transport and dynamic format conversion in a multi-user network. Unisys Corporation, Alfred W Kozak, Mark T Starr, Steven R Petersen, December 8, 1998: US05848415 (317 worldwide citation)

A content server using an object database supports a network of multiple User clients. The database is loaded with virtual objects which constitute source documents in the form of a multiplicity of resource objects, which may be file-oriented objects or message-oriented objects, which enable the for ...


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Randal Lee Guck: Method for abstracting messages of various protocols into objects for storage in a database. Unisys, J Ronald Richebourg, Mark T Starr, Steven R Petersen, August 11, 1998: US05794039 (137 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the disclosed invention there is provided a method in a system server for storing and retrieving messages of various formats in an object database coupled to a network including a multiplicity of clients also coupled to the network. The server includes a CPU and at least one stora ...


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Charles C Young, Shashi Kumar Velur, Raymond Chase, Randal Lee Guck, Ernst Ambichl, Ronald D Sauers, Richard Charles Gronback: Open application lifecycle management framework. Borland Software Corporation, DLA Piper US, November 12, 2013: US08584112

Techniques for open application lifecycle management frameworks are described, including using a framework hosted on one or more computers and having one or more services to integrate the one or more services with one or more applications using one or more providers, each of the one or more provider ...


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Charles C Young, Shashi Kumar Velur, Raymond Chase, Randal Lee Guck, Ernst Ambichl, Ronald D Sauers, Richard Charles Gronback: Open application lifecycle management framework domain model. Borland Software Corporation, Kokka & Backus PC, January 14, 2010: US20100011337-A1

Techniques for an open application lifecycle management framework domain model are described, including evaluating data retrieved from an application in data communication with a framework hosted by a computer, identifying an element associated with the data and another element associated with the f ...


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Charles C Young, Shashi Kumar Velur, Raymond Chase, Randal Lee Guck, Ernst Ambichl, Ronald D Sauers, Richard Charles Gronback: Open application lifecycle management framework. Borland Software Corporation, Kokka & Backus PC, January 21, 2010: US20100017792-A1

Techniques for open application lifecycle management frameworks are described, including using a framework hosted on one or more computers and having one or more services to integrate the one or more services with one or more applications using one or more providers, each of the one or more provider ...