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ECM Rich Client Platform [message #71358] Tue, 28 February 2006 17:53 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: mauro.automaware.com.br

Hi Guys I've take a look in the project plan and stuffs and have some
questions
* How JLibrary fits in yhisd project, it have suport to JSR-170 and stuffs.
* The Sync4J have a dual license GPL/Commercial and that isnt other open
framework open source in java, at leat I dont know using a lgpl like
license. I really think syncml is the right solution to on-lienne/off-line
suport to rich clients.
* It seams to me that one framework like that cul be used to both ECM and
ERP like applications, some requirements are requirements for both
applications and there isns't any good framework to ERP and it will be nice
use a framework like that form both !!!
Sorry about my english
Re: ECM Rich Client Platform [message #71395 is a reply to message #71358] Mon, 06 March 2006 20:35 Go to previous message
Eric Barroca is currently offline Eric Barroca
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

[Note: I'm ccing the apogee mailing list
<http://lists.nuxeo.com/mailman/listinfo/apogee>]

Mauro a écrit :
> Hi Guys I've take a look in the project plan and stuffs and have some
> questions
> * How JLibrary fits in yhisd project, it have suport to JSR-170 and stuffs.
For now, it doesn't fit (and I didn't really knew that capacity before)
but we would be happy to talk with you and see how it can work.

> * The Sync4J have a dual license GPL/Commercial and that isnt other open
> framework open source in java, at leat I dont know using a lgpl like
> license. I really think syncml is the right solution to on-lienne/off-line
> suport to rich clients.
We'll study this to be sure the Sync4J is the right solution, then we
will talk with ObjectWeb and Sync4J guys to see is there is a solution
for us (I'm sure there is :-).

> * It seams to me that one framework like that cul be used to both ECM and
> ERP like applications, some requirements are requirements for both
> applications and there isns't any good framework to ERP and it will be nice
> use a framework like that form both !!!
That could be an extension, but clearly, a lot of Apogee component could
also work very well for an ERP framework.
But let's focus on one goal at time, and this goal is big enough to keep
us busy for some time.

> Sorry about my english
I have the same problem :-)


Thanks,

EB.
Re: ECM Rich Client Platform [message #600140 is a reply to message #71358] Mon, 06 March 2006 20:35 Go to previous message
Eric Barroca is currently offline Eric Barroca
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

[Note: I'm ccing the apogee mailing list
<http://lists.nuxeo.com/mailman/listinfo/apogee>]

Mauro a écrit :
> Hi Guys I've take a look in the project plan and stuffs and have some
> questions
> * How JLibrary fits in yhisd project, it have suport to JSR-170 and stuffs.
For now, it doesn't fit (and I didn't really knew that capacity before)
but we would be happy to talk with you and see how it can work.

> * The Sync4J have a dual license GPL/Commercial and that isnt other open
> framework open source in java, at leat I dont know using a lgpl like
> license. I really think syncml is the right solution to on-lienne/off-line
> suport to rich clients.
We'll study this to be sure the Sync4J is the right solution, then we
will talk with ObjectWeb and Sync4J guys to see is there is a solution
for us (I'm sure there is :-).

> * It seams to me that one framework like that cul be used to both ECM and
> ERP like applications, some requirements are requirements for both
> applications and there isns't any good framework to ERP and it will be nice
> use a framework like that form both !!!
That could be an extension, but clearly, a lot of Apogee component could
also work very well for an ERP framework.
But let's focus on one goal at time, and this goal is big enough to keep
us busy for some time.

> Sorry about my english
I have the same problem :-)


Thanks,

EB.
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