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JDEList Interoperability Forum????

ekempter

Administrator
It has been suggested that a new JDEList Interoperability Forum be created? Currently Interoperability questions have been handled within the JDEList OneWorld Forum / Mailing List. I'm interested in how others feel about this. Your opinions please.

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david_mallory

Well Known Member
I think it is unwise to split up the posts onto various forums. Pretty soon
people do not know there are multiple forums, and thus miss the info they
want, and there are too many places to look to get an overview. Now, sorting
thru the posts by subject is fast enough. I do not see a problem with the
current unified format.
 

WOsborne

Member
Another bad thing about multiple forums is that some folks, instead of
trying to post to the appropriate forum, send their posts to all forums. The
result is that readers have to wade through duplicate postings.
 
I also prefer to seeing all subjects covered in a single forum. I can then
determine what is pertinent and what is not.

Tom Chmielewski
Flair Corp.
Ocala, Fl



Tom Chmielewski
Sr. Programmer/Analyst
Flair Corp.
Ocala, Fl
 

Zoltan_Gyimesi

Legendary Poster
I totally agree with the previous posters.
Zoltán

B7332 SP11, ESU 4116422, Intel NT4, SQL 7 SP1
(working with B7321, B7331, XE too)
 

Adrian_Chimirel

Legendary Poster
Some time ago, I was strongly sustaining the Developers Forum creation. It is my experience talking now; I do regret there are two Xe Forums, now. It seems that the freedom of choice doesn't give way to abiding by that choice ... rule, at all.
Therefore, from my current standpoint, I would suggest to go back to ONLY one Xe Forum, where topics such as Interoperability may have more observers, or, why not, more competent replies.

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Chad_Anderson

Active Member
I would keep them to one forum...

Chad Anderson
Generac Portable Products
B733.1 SP 7.1
AS400 DB2 Ent
NT SQL 7.0 Dep
Citrix M1.8 on NT 4.0 TSE
 
I would say that it's actually a good suggestion to have JDEList
Interoperability Forum created as this subject is actually not used by many
people, and actually my senior didn't subscribe to either JDEList OneWorld
Forum / Mailing List because his work is only on the Interoperability as
it's not a standard feature in JDE OW that is must use, and it's not easy
also. This would bring greater means to person who are working dedicately
such as my senior. Also, we can get to know who are the ones who are really
working on this matter, hence may specifically attract more person with
Interop skill to join to this forum and contribute. That's my opinion. Tq.

Bell
OneWorld Developer
One World B7332,SP 9, AS/400 V4R4M0
Windows NT; Win2000+Citrix Metaframe 1.8a

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From: "ekempter" <noerick.norcal@cleancity.com>
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Subject: JDEList Interoperability Forum????


created? Currently Interoperability questions have been handled within the
JDEList OneWorld Forum / Mailing List. I'm interested in how others feel
about this. Your opinions please.
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kiant

Member
I agree too......that one forum is better.
Instead of having a separate forum for interoperability, I would suggest that we follow a standard in writing the subject of the post, like we are doing with system configs. E.g. UBE : Tabular report event rule, or FORMS : ..... or INTEROPERABILITY :.....

That will help during searching archives too...

Just a suggestion.....

kiant
 
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