webAgent/Natural/Adabas?

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by yawnmoth, Jul 25, 2006.

  1. yawnmoth

    yawnmoth Guest

    A job posting I was looking at has stated that it requires knowledge of
    webAgent/Natural/Adabas. Since I don't even know what that is, I guess
    I don't qualify, but maybe someone could tell me what it is,
    none-the-less?

    A search for webagent revealed a whole lot of different stuff, none of
    which looked very likely, and a search for natural would be kinda
    pointless. A search for adabas suggests that that's an odd (and old)
    type of DBMS. Based on what I've read, though, it seems like maybe
    those who use adabas do so for the same reason people use fortran -
    that legacy applications require it?

    A search for "webAgent/Natural/Adabas" returned only two hits on the
    very site that the job posting was posted on and neither looked to be
    very informative.
     
    yawnmoth, Jul 25, 2006
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