Getting "THE" ODA Toolkit

Frank Dawson <FDAWSON@dalhqic2.vnet.ibm.com> Fri, 05 March 1993 16:44 UTC

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From: Frank Dawson <FDAWSON@dalhqic2.vnet.ibm.com>
To: ietf-oda@cs.ucl.ac.uk, swpart@saturn.ysi.co.kr
Subject: Getting "THE" ODA Toolkit
Message-ID: <9303051144.aa13749@CNRI.Reston.VA.US>

I would suggest that you look into licensing the ODA Consortium Software
Toolkit.  Not only is the Toolkit "commerical" quality, but it also is

   - DAP independent
   - Provides many "tools" useful to ODA implementaters
   - Based on the ODA skills of Bull, DEC, IBM, ICL, SNI and UNISYS
   - Intended to produce ODA conformant FOD11, FOD26, and FOD36 data
     streams
   - Probably the common implementation tool for future ODA enabled
     products

That's at least if you really want to "do" ODA.  I personally, would
recommend "do-ing" some form of SGML application myself.

The ODA Consortium can be reached at:

   Avenue Marcel Thiry 204
   1200 Brussels, Belgium
   Phone +32.2.774.9623
   Fax +32.2.774.9690

Cheers...

Frank Dawson, MS/03-03-80 | Tel: +1 817 962 5052  Fax: +1 817 962 3464
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