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Beyond MultiValue Series

The Beyond MultiValue Series takes you into the world of the Web, .net, integration environments and more.

MultiValue Administration Series

The MultiValue Administration Series is aimed at those who are involved with day-to-day administration of the MultiValue database environment. Each course will be 4 weeks long and will include the following key topics: file maintenance (creation, sizing and resizing), managing users, managing printers, managing foreground and background processes, backup, locking, working with persistent and non-persistent connections.

MultiValue Idea Exchange - Live Chats

MultiValue Idea Exchange and live chats are used to talk in a free form group chat.

These chats and conversations are used to help the free flow of information and ideas on how to use MultiValue systems or experience in the best way possible.

MultiValue Programming Series

The MultiValue Programming courses are targeted to beginner and experienced programmers. This is where you can get started if you are new to programming in the MultiValue environment. Experienced programmers will find advanced topics of interest.

MultiValue Reporting Series

The MultiValue Reporting Series focuses on getting information from your MultiValue application to other reporting environments. There are a variety of tools available to offer better ways of looking at the information contained in your MultiValue application if we can get this information to them or expose your information to them.

New Developer Quick Starts

The New Developer Quick Starts offer fundamental MultiValue knowledge comprising the backbone of the environment. This is a great place to start if you are new to MultiValue or have been working in MultiValue for a while but need a refresher of the fundamentals.

Not Just For MultiValue Series

The Not Just For MultiValue Series presents topics of general interest regardless of your computing environment.

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