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AJAX Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. Web development techniques to create more responsive, interactive and usability increased web applications.

B

BDL Business Development Language

C

Connector Web server module managing the requests between the user agent and the Genero Application Server
CSDK Client Software Development Kit, Informix client software to be installed on the system where you run the BDL programs to be able to connect to the Informix database server.
CSS Cascading Style Sheets. Describe the presentation of Mark Up Language documents (HTML, XHTML, XML, ..).

D

DDL DDL stands for Data Definition Language and is part of the SQL language responsible for defining and managing all objects in a database.
DVM Dynamic Virtual Machine - Genero Runtime or Development installation - See also FGL

E

F

FGL Four J's Genero Language - It is the Genero Runtime or Development installation - see also DVM
fglrun It is another name for Dynamic Virtual Machine
FLM Four J's License Manager

G

GAD GAS ADministration Application
GAS Genero Application Server
GDC Genero Desktop Client
GRE Genero Report Engine
GUI The Graphical User Interface (GUI) mode identifies the user interface displayed on a remote machine via a Front End.
GWC Genero Web Client

H

I

IDE Integrated Development Environment

J

K

L

M

N

O

ODI Open Database Interface

P

Q

R

RPC Remote Procedure Call. A style of Web Services.
runner It is another name for Dynamic Virtual Machine

S

SSH Secure Shell or SSH is a network protocol that allows data to be exchanged over a secure channel between two computers.
Encryption provides confidentiality and integrity of data.
SSH uses public-key cryptography to authenticate the remote computer and allow the remote computer to authenticate the user, if necessary.

T

TUI The Text User Interface (TUI) mode identifies the user interface displayed on ASCII terminals (TTY on UNIX or Console Window on MS Windows).

U

UDDI Universal Description Discovery and Integration. A registry of Web Services.

V

W

WSDL Web Service Definition Language. XML based language that describes Web Services.

X

XSL Extensible Stylesheet Language. Transformation language to reformat XML.

Y

Z