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EDI versus. XML--Working in Tandem Rather Than Competing?
Electronic data interchange (EDI), extensible markup language (XML) , and any other format are merely

extensible markup language definition  gravitating in droves toward extensible markup language (XML) and related web services for transaction communications. Indeed, in theory, XML shows many advantages, since unlike EDI, it was specifically designed to use the Internet as the data transfer mechanism. Also, while organizations in an EDI network have to set up direct point-to-point connections between each participating system, XML's extensibility means that any number of participating companies, which have agreed on a data format for Read More
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Taming the SOA Beast - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog topic introduced the notion of how complex and tricky it can be to manage and govern enterprise applications' service oriented architecture

extensible markup language definition  feature checks whether the extensible markup language (XML) schema was formed properly, and whether the “contracts” between Web services are valid so that companies can ensure they won't break at run-time because of faulty logic. Another plug-in, called Load Check , provides a pre-test simulation of the system's performance. The underlying idea was to mitigate the bad practice that, when developing Web services-based applications, the load or performance testing tends to be an afterthought that is Read More
Surviving Amid
Part I of this blog topic introduced SYSPRO and its traditional vertical solutions. It also analyzed the vendor's PragmaVision strategy to provide to pragmatic

extensible markup language definition  are based on standard Extensible Markup Language (XML) formats for information exchange, and Web service technologies for enhanced interoperability between disparate systems and for collaborative commerce. SYSPRO’s thoughtful approach to adopting new technology, such as Web services and SOA platforms, again reflects the desires of its sensible buyers, who are driven by business needs rather than by the latest headlines. The decision for SYSPRO to go the Microsoft .NET Framework route was apparently Read More
Is There Finally a Metadata Exchange Standard on the Horizon?
On September 27, a group of vendors including Oracle, IBM, Unisys, NCR, and Hyperion Solutions announced the submission of a metadata interchange standard to

extensible markup language definition  been considering using the Extensible Markup Language (XML) standard. The Common Warehouse Metadata Interchange (CWMI) standard is the next step in this effort. The Object Management Group (OMG) is an industry standards body who will attempt to promote this standard across the industry. A revised specification is expected in the winter of 1999 with ratification in the spring of 2000. User Recommendations There are two types of industry standards in Information Technology. The first is de jure Read More
Enterprise Resource Planning for Services: Has Software as a Service Become Service-oriented Architecture for Small to Medium Businesses?
In the past, enterprise resource planning (ERP) initiatives were far too costly for smaller organizations to consider. However, a trend has recently emerged

extensible markup language definition  protocols that can include extensible markup language (XML) running over hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), universal description, discovery, and integration (UDDI), and simple object access protocol (SOAP). The benefits of SOA include a cost-efficient way of responding to changes in an organization by reusing services to modify business processes as needed without re-architecting entire systems. In addition, the incremental modular deployment and platform independence of an SOA framework is another Read More
Revolution R Enterprise
Revolution R Enterprise is production-grade analytics software built upon the powerful open source R statistics language. With commercial enhancements and

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E-Procurement in What Language?
PeopleSoft recently announced general availability of eProcurement 2.0. The latest release touts multi-language and multi-currency capabilities powered by XML

extensible markup language definition  peoplesoft,e-procurement,b2b,peoplesoft eprocurement,PeopleSoft e-business application,B2B trading exchanges,multi-organization functionality,Commerce One Global Trading Web,PeopleSoft solution,PeopleSoft Supply Chain Management,PeopleSoft enterprise systems Read More
The Art Of Distributed Development Of Multi-Lingual Three-Tier Internet Applications
In this article we describe author's experience with the distributed development of multi-lingual three-tier Java/ CORBA/database Internet applications. We

extensible markup language definition  Art Of Distributed Development Of Multi-Lingual Three-Tier Internet Applications Introduction In this article we describe the author's experience with the unconventional development of Internet applications. They were developed for a Suisse bank as a joint cooperation between the author located in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and a Suisse software development company. The software was developed in a distributed fashion without any physical access to the production site. Due to the very strict bank's security Read More
Server Platform Revitalization in the Enterprise Applications Space
The whole idea of enterprise application modernization is to renew existing software so that it can satisfy the need for integration and graphical presentation

extensible markup language definition  Platform Revitalization in the Enterprise Applications Space IBM Response Among many enhancements it made in the late 1990s, IBM added 8- and 12-way processing power to its Power5 platform. Today, it has reached 64-way processing power to the Power5 platform. Substantial price and performance improvements, Lotus Workplace support, Operations Navigator (which eliminates the need for a green screen to perform any system administration), and Windows NT IPCS have been included. Windows NT IPCS is an Read More
Now Just Where Did I Put My Search Engine?
Barraged with terms like

extensible markup language definition  documents, as well as extensible markup language (XML) and hypertext markup language (HTML) search technologies, the unpublicized truth remains that more than 80 percent of today's business applications require interaction with a relational database. As Terry Moriarty noted at the 2004 Software Development West Conference, the organization is all about the database. The other skeleton in the data closet, or shameful industry secret, is that there is relatively little search help for the business user Read More
Prophet 21
Prophet 21 enterprise software solution for wholesale distribution, utilizes a Windows-based platform and a Structured Query Language (SQL) Server database

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Macola ERP Supply Chain Management (SCM)
The definition of a successful manufacturing enterprise is one that builds the right products, at the right time, for the right price. That@s why so many

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Mixed-Mode Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help

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Glossary of Enterprise Applications Terminology Part Two: Just-in-Time to Extensible Markup Language
As enterprise applications systems developed over time, a continuous stream of new terminology surfaced. This is a glossary of those terms.

extensible markup language definition  Part Two: Just-in-Time to Extensible Markup Language Introduction ERP (enterprise resources planning) was an important step in an ongoing evolution of computer tools that began in the 1960s. Each evolutionary step is built on the fundamentals and principles developed within the previous one. As systems developed over time, a continuous stream of new terminology surfaced. This is a glossary of those terms. Part One of this glossary covers the terms from accounts payable through Internet. For terms not Read More

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