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Generic Adapter to Back-Ends

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GABE (Generic Adapter to Back-Ends) allows front-end applications (written in Perl, Python, PHP, etc.) to get a high-level access to any back-end transaction. The transactions are described in a Transaction Description Repository (TDR), written in XML.

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Languages

English, Chinese (Simplified)

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Web-based, Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C++, PHP

Registered

2000-06-10

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