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X# Success story - again 24 Jun 2020 06:02 #15060

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  • Hello,

    again I have to share a success story of a succesful X# project.

    On Monday, my largest customer started the general use of the wrike.com project managment software.
    But this would not be possible without the X# interface module that connects the ERP system of the customer (entirely written in VO using mostly ADS data, but also some DBFCDX tables) to Wrike.
    The interface module is written in X# Core dialect (has no GUI because it is a Windows service), uses an internal PostgreSQL database for transient storage, reads and writes to the ERP data mostly through ADS ADO.NET, and the X# RDD. The access to Wrike it though a webservice (unfortunately limited to 100 requests per minute).
    The Wrike system does not know concepts like customers, project managers or sales persons, so all these informations need to be written to custom fields by the X# interface service, and all the timelogs the users register in the Wrike system have to be transferred also to the ERP system for accounting.
    Wolfgang
    Wolfgang Riedmann
    Meran, South Tyrol, Italy

    www.riedmann.it - docs.xsharp.it

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    X# Success story - again 24 Jun 2020 10:04 #15061

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  • Thanks for sharing this Wolfgang, very good to hear!
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    X# Success story - again 24 Jun 2020 10:12 #15062

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  • Hi Chris,

    thank to you and your team this was possible.... and yes, all my X# code is written using XIDE.

    X# IMHO is not only a tool to move VO (and VFP and other xBase) applications to .NET, but also a wonderful tool for new applications, even more if these applications have to connect to the data of VO applications.
    I'm working also on a production planning software (partially already in production) that is reading and writing not only to data from a VO ERP system, but is also working (reading and writing) on an Oracle database and a PostgreSQL database.
    Without the RDD classes in X# this would never have been possible.
    Wolfgang
    P.S. and to not forget your extraordinary support!
    Wolfgang Riedmann
    Meran, South Tyrol, Italy

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