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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.

hypertext markup language  use of browsers or hypertext markup language (HTML). extensible markup language (XML) : This language facilitates direct communication among computers on the Internet. Unlike the older hypertext markup language (HTML), which provides HTML tags giving instructions to a Web browser about how to display information, XML tags give instructions to a Web browser about the category of information. Sources and Recommended Further Readings ERP: Tools, Techniques, and Applications for Integrating the Supply Chain. 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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Web 2.0 --
Another buzzword (albeit not another three letter acronym [TLA]) that has slowly (or not) but surely crept into our collective mind is certainly Web 2.0

hypertext markup language  not just publishing flat HyperText Markup Language [HTML] pages) and supports some kind of online commerce, community, or other value-added activity that is enabled by the network would have Web 2.0 traits. But, is it still more buzzword than anything else, and is it being used to put lipstick on a lot of pigs even now? Or, is Web 2.0 a genuine set of technologies that can even provide the richness of traditional desktop applications (read Microsoft Office ) to the Web-based applications, without Read More...
Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, BPEL, and More Part One: SOA, Web Services, and BPM
In the larger schema of things, SOA would espouse general, more abstract concepts of software reusability and encapsulation within certain boundaries (as to

hypertext markup language  and, unlike the older hypertext markup language (HTML) cousin, which provides HTML tags giving instructions to a Web browser about how to display information, XML tags give instructions to a Web browser about the category of information; Universal description, discovery, and integration (UDDI), a Web-based distributed directory that enables businesses to list themselves on the Internet and discover each other, similar to a traditional phone book's yellow and white pages; Web services description language Read More...
Architecture Evolution: From Web-based to Service-oriented Architecture
Traditional enterprise systems have proven difficult to change and extend. The inherent problem of old core code and business logic duplication is part of the

hypertext markup language  due to the numerous hypertext markup language (HTML) roundtrips, cumbersome hyperlink navigation, and slower networks. Even after upgrading the network, bolstering server farms (as larger server hardware and web server software is required), and redesigning the interface to streamline navigation (via short key combinations, for instance), many users were still yearning for the rich client/server interface metaphor. Early thin client Internet architectures also did little to leverage the handheld Read More...
A Partner-friendly Platform Provider Discusses Market Trends
A background of Progress Software notes the vendor’s product line-up, and some of the benefits companies find by using Progress platforms and infrastructure

hypertext markup language  for Microsoft.NET , Java, HyperText Markup Language (HTML), Java Message Service (JMS), Extensible Markup Language (XML), SOAP, Web Services Description Language (WSDL), Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Connector Architecture (JCA), etc. Further, on the server side, there is support for Web services, ESB, JMS, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), Secure HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP/S) and so on. On the database side, beside the vendor’s own OpenEdge RDBMS (with “RDBMS” standing for relational database Read More...
Software as a Service: Not without Caveats
Software-as-a-service solutions often cannot provide that final twenty percent or so that differentiates a company from its competitors. Of major concern is

hypertext markup language  SaaS,software as a service,SaaS deployment,sales force automation,SFA,customer relationship management,CRM,supply chain management,SCM,enterprise resource planning,ERP,on-premise applications,on demand hosted software,Salesforce.com,information technology Read More...
Configuration Management Simplified
The recently standardized NETCONF configuration management protocol, with the NETCONF-oriented data modeling language called YANG, can simplify network

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Are you BI Lingual or Just BI Curious?
Lost in TranslationIf your organization was a celebutante, who would it be? Well, comely or not, let’s hope that when it comes to BI, you’re not a bemused

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Scala Shows Far More Than A Bit Of A Backbone Part 1
Scala seems to be telling any competitor that two can play the game in the global enterprise market. Employing offense as the best defense, the company is

hypertext markup language  Scala Business Solutions,collaborative ERP software,BizPartner Limited,Scala's Collaborative ERP software,iScala2.1,erp software,collaborative erp,enteprise resource planning,iScala Enterprise Server,iScala Business Server,ERP functionality,Scala software,iScala product Read More...
Maximizing Visibility for Multilingual Web Sites
An information-rich, well-published web site sells your products and services to potential clients around the world, 24x7. And multilingual content optimizes

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UML for C#
C# is a modern object-oriented language for application development. In addition to object-oriented constructs, C# supports component-oriented programming with

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Product Architecture for Product Endurance?
Product architecture can ensure product scalability, endurance, and the incorporation of emerging technologies. Consequently, LANSA 2005 offers Web Application

hypertext markup language  presentation layer supports extensible hypertext markup language , or XHTML a hybrid of HTML and XML, which was specifically designed for Net device displays. It also uses XML, wireless markup language (WML), and extensible application markup language (XAML). Other layers include the business logic layer (WAM) and the data access layer, such as LANSA object access modules (OAM) to various back-end databases. These features should vouch for rapid adaptation to new Web-based technologies and standards like Read More...
UNIT4 Coda Financials Is Now TEC Certified
TEC is pleased to announce that Coda Financials software by UNIT4 has been TEC certified and is now available for online evaluation in the TEC Accounting and

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