Mimer SQL provides small footprint, scalable and robust relational database solutions
that conform to international
ISO SQL standards.
It is very well suited for high performance mission critical systems as well as for mobile
and embedded solutions. Mimer SQL supports the
ADO.NET database APIs and runs on all major operating systems including
Windows, UNIX, Linux, Mac OS X, Android, Windows Mobile and OpenVMS.
In addition various embedded platforms are available.
Mimer JDBC Overview
JDBC is a standardized interface for accessing relational databases from the Java programming language. JDBC™ is short for Java Database
Java programming for mobile phones with Mimer SQL
This article explains how to access Mimer SQL databases in MIDlets when programming with the Sun Wireless Toolkit, both from a general point and by
ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) is a language-neutral object that is the basis of Microsoft’s Universal Data Access strategy, which means that it is
2017-04-03 -- Mimer SQL 10.1.4 for Linux is now available at our download page. This is a maintenance version with various corrections and several performance adjustments. Please see the Mimer SQL Release Notes delivered with the product for details. In addition, please note that the 10.1.4 versions for Windows and OpenVMS also have been updated recently.
Mimer Data Provider 10.1.2, .NET Framework
2017-03-30 -- There is a new 10.1.2A version of the ADO.NET Mimer SQL Data Provider for the .NET Framework. This product integrates with Visual Studio 2010 up to Visual Studio 2015 and allows .NET clients written in C#, Visual Basic etc. to access Mimer SQL Database servers. As usual, the package can be used in both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows environments. Included is a new updated format for the Mimer Data Provider documentation. To download the new version, use our download page!
Mimer SQL 10.1.4 for Windows
2017-01-16 -- Mimer SQL 10.1.4A for 64-bit Windows is now available at our download page. This is a maintenance version with various corrections and several performance adjustments. Please see the Mimer SQL Release Notes delivered with the product for details.