js9s at lycos.com
Sat Aug 16 01:14:12 EDT 2003
Compiere is more of a financial/ERP type of package, targeting distribution/logistics industries, and the e-commerce module is not nearly as flexible as IC for the retail industry. There are some merit trying to integrate IC to Compiere, just like integrating IC to Peachtree, quickbook, etc.
It should be possible to do the integration by setting up batch update. Compiere requires Oracle at present, but IC can dump out a file Oracle SqlLoader can understant, just like IC can dump out the file Peachtress and quickbook can understand.
--------- Original Message ---------
DATE: Fri, 15 Aug 2003 11:07:22
From: "Russell Mann" <tech at khouse.org>
To: <interchange-users at icdevgroup.org>
>> Has anyone looked at tying the ecommerce functionality of interchange in
>> with a business management package such as Compiere? It sounds like an
>> interesting project to me...
>I've been watching Compiere for a while, as a possible alternative to IC for
>an in-house project.
>What would you see as a benefit of tying IC to Comp? Compiere has an
>eCommerce module already, what would be the benefit to them to integrate IC?
>Possible drawbacks: Compiere is running on Java, wheras IC is Perl based,
>which would make any tying difficult. Compiere currently requires Oracle.
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