Applied Logic Boosts Security with FEU 14.0
Corrected: May 9, 2006
by Alex Woodie
Applied Logic this week unveiled File Edit Utility (FEU) version 14.0, a new release of its powerful database access tool for DB2/400. This release brings several new features, particularly in the security area.
FEU is Applied Logic's answer to IBM's DFU utility, and gives users powerful database access, including the capability to open, copy, create, edit, and delete individual files or groups of files based on criteria. According to Applied Logic, thousands of people in more than 100 countries have used FEU since it debuted in 1988.
With FEU version 14, the Oregon company has added several new features, including the capability to retrieve missing DDS source code, better user profile security, and new audit-logging capabilities, including the generation of summary reports for audit-log files and for deleted records. This release also brings floating point support, custom file view enhancements, and several new capabilities, including spool-file-to-HTML conversion, the capability to export selected data to TXT file on the IFS, and the capability to modify and save custom file views.
Existing FEU users can get the new release for $269. For new customers, FEU 14.0 costs $995 for a regular license or $1,495 for an LPAR license.
This article has been corrected. Existing FEU users can get the new release for $269. IT Jungle regrets the error.