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    Citrix Server

    Hi List,

    What are the advantages and limitation of a citrix server with respect to jde. can one do development remotely connecting useing citrix server.

    thank you

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    Re: Citrix Server

    Sunny

    Believe me, the Terminal Server (with or without Citrix) is the way to go.

    As for doing remote development - there is a way, either a non-JDE liked (but working) way through a configuration file change - OR through other ways....I'd love to share offline !

    As for advantages over web - well, 98% of customers that are live and are successful are running OneWorld on Citrix. Try going back through the list and look for the surveys....

    Course the web is going to be a great product - but you want to really be the first to implement it live ?
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    Re: Citrix Server

    Hi Sunny...

    Terminal Server is "free" it comes with W2000, Citirx is a licensed software. I like TS because it makes easy OW clients administration, only one machine administration... About development on Citrix or TS... it's possible, but i dont recommend you.... at TS<or Citrix you only have ONE set of specs... if you damage them... all your users lose the specs...

    With TS or Citrix you can run JDE on small computers....

    There ara a lot of advantages and some disadvantage...

    I hope this help you...

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    RE: Citrix Server

    Actually TS is not free at all, if you want to connect Win9x machines to it
    you'll need a separate license for each of them.





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    RE: Citrix Server

    It is for "Administrative Purposes" - one user at a time who is an
    administrator on the local machine.

    It is a different installation option, as opposed to installing it as an
    "Application Server"...

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    Re: Citrix Server

    There is a 'work-around' that allows you to develop remotely on Citrix with multiple copies of the specs without to much hassle at all.
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    Re: Citrix Server

    Yes...development can be set up on a Citrix server...unsupported, but can
    and does work well. Lot of administrative overhead though.

    Jim
    On Thu, 30 Jan 2003 03:39:20 -0800 (PST) sunnyind <sunny_ind0@lycos.com>
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    What are the advantages and limitation of a citrix server

    thank you

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