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CMS Solution with Progress Database


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I'm really reaching out on a limb here. I'm trying to find a CMS solution that can run on a Progress Database. Not many people have even heard of the Progress Database, but it's what we are using at work and that's not going to change. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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