OpenBase will release OpenBase SQL 9.1 at SUMMIT 2005

OpenBase Forms and Form Designer offer “power tools” for domain experts
REALbasic-based stored procedures allow business logic to be centralized

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA — September 1, 2005 — OpenBase International,
Ltd. today announced that it will release OpenBase SQL 9.1 on September 14,
2005, day one of its SUMMIT 2005 OpenBase Developers Conference, in Bretton
Woods, New Hampshire.

All OpenBase 9.0 license keys will continue to work with OpenBase 9.1.

The newest version of OpenBase SQL delivers significant enhancements. For
technical details, visit:
Important new capabilities in version 9.1 include:

OpenBase Forms, Wizard and Designer – OpenBase Forms and Form Designer
offer instant gratification for users who want to build their own fully
functional database interfaces quickly.

Expanded subquery support – To expand interoperability between OpenBase and
other outside services, subqueries now support stored procedure calls,
remote queries for any JDBC-compliant data source, and support for

Named Server-side Cursors – Server-side cursor support allows a query
result to be cached by a server and incrementally navigated, reducing the
need to return entire result sets to client applications. Multiple cursors
can be opened and used simultaneously by each database client.

REALbasic stored procedures – OpenBase SQL is the first database to allow
business logic written in REALbasic to run inside the database.

Temporary Tables – Temporary tables allow database clients to create
connection-specific temporary tables for storing and searching temporary

EOModel Schema Synchronization – WebObjects developers can synchronize
their EOModel changes directly with the database schema using the OpenBase

Schema Modification Recorder – When this option is turned on, all schema
changes made to the development database are recorded to enable quick,
accurate updates to the production system.

Relocatable Databases – OpenBase SQL 9 databases are now relocatable to an
external RAID or hard drive, or any other location.

SUMMIT 2005 — Build Better Software Faster

The SUMMIT 2005 OpenBase Developers Conference will be held at the historic
and scenic Mt. Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, USA,
September 14-18, 2005.

Attendees can choose from 34 technology and business sessions to help them
leverage OpenBase database server solutions to generate more revenue and to
reduce their overall software development costs. Hot new topics include:
database integration with VoIP; synchronization with QuickBooks; and
building database interfaces with OpenBase Forms.

For a complete list of sessions, visit the conference website:

The 4-day conference pass is only $499. Attendees can opt for a variety of
hotel options and should plan on flying into Manchester International
Airport (MHT). Conference sessions start at 6pm on September 14th and end
before noon on September 18th. Allow 2 hours to travel to/from the airport.

About OpenBase

OpenBase SQL relational database servers deliver the scalable performance
and fault-tolerant data protection e-business demands. Proven in realworld
applications since 1991, OpenBase SQL has become the database of choice for
innovative, business-critical applications on Mac OS X and other popular
computing platforms. In addition to database performance and integrity,
OpenBase SQL solutions come with industry-leading features that are simply
unavailable — or cost much more — on other databases. These include
built-in, server-based support for Java stored procedures and e-commerce
functions, such as credit card payment processing and automated email

OpenBase SQL databases run on all of today’s popular platforms: Mac OS X,
Linux, and Microsoft Windows; and support all of today’s open standard and
de facto tools and interfaces, with native support for WebObjects 5, Java,
SOAP, 4D, REALbasic, ODBC Support, PHP, Perl, Cocoa, and more. OpenBase
International also partners with other leading software providers to
deliver higher level solutions that further reduce cost and risk.