December 4, 1996 5:25 PM ET

Wall Data spices up Salsa line with Application Viewer
By Maria Seminerio

  Data management software developer Wall Data Inc. has rolled out its Salsa Application Viewer for single-click development, management and distribution of applications via networks, intranets and E-mail systems.

The Salsa viewer allows users to deploy customizable and secure applications over intranets using a choice of database back ends, said Trevor Rubel, product marketing manager at Wall Data, in Seattle.

With the Salsa Application Viewer, developers and intranet end users can find and run any Salsa application on a given network; enter, modify, delete or import data; and print reports in a variety of formats.

The viewer includes a phone list organizer utility and a "materials checkout log" utility for users of shared resources on networks.

The product requires a 386 processor or higher, Windows 3.1 or later, a minimum of 12M bytes of RAM, 11M bytes to 15M bytes of hard disk space, a VGA or higher display, and about 1M byte of additional hard disk space for each Salsa application installed.

Pricing for the Salsa Application Viewer is $49. It is available for download on the Wall Data World Wide Web site at

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