PLATFORMS: Johns Hopkins Development and Alumni Relations Department currently runs Oracle 7.3.2 on a DEC Alpha server running Open VMS. They are using TunaSQL from DBE Software, Inc., for Oracle on Windows 95 clients.
BACKGROUND: Founded in 1876, the Johns Hopkins University enrolls more than 16,000 full and part-time students on three major campuses in the Baltimore-Washington area and in China and Italy. Johns Hopkins University is in the process of implementing an Oracle database system for its Development and Alumni Relations Department. The Development Information Systems (DIS) office supports development staff throughout both the university and the Johns Hopkins Health System. Although TunaSQL is only used in the DIS office, its tuning statements address application software supporting the university's development and alumni relations departments.
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