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Future of Super Layer/ProIV in Glovia


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#1 CSuarezdelReal

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Posted 13 May 2005 - 03:35 PM

Hi all!

I have seen a rather old document from Glovia International, "Boundaryless Information Flow & Enterprise Architecture", dated around 11/2003, where they depic the new architecture where SuperLayer/ProIV will be encapsulated in EJB wrappers, will migrate MFC user interface from SuperLayer(PROIV) to eAccess(Java) and eventually replace EJB Wrapped components with native JAVA EJB components.

eAcess, a Java based web components packaged runs action 'tags' that are executed in a GML (Global Markup Language) engine. The overall picture looks really outstanding and I am really happy that Fujitsu is using "Interstage", its business collaboration platform, as the infrastructure layer of Glovia.

I am wondering, however, whether that marks the end of Glovia's ERP as an application based in SuperLayer/ProIV. Anyone can shed some light on this?
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Posted 14 May 2005 - 04:44 PM

Yeah, I saw that too. Interesting.

If you Google for "Boundaryless Information Flow & Enterprise Architecture" and "Jonathan Willey", you can find a presentation that was made.

My assumption is that Glovia will indeed, perhaps gradually, eliminate PRO-IV from their application. I have no "inside line" to know whether this is true though or how much progress they might be making :)

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Posted 17 May 2005 - 02:45 PM

HI,

I was told by a Glovia employee that they believe Glovia will drop Pro-IV and it is just a matter of time.



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