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Thread TMS business tools with EWB
Fri, Sep 30 2016 5:36 AMPermanent Link

Godfrey

Ultimatesoft

We are currently using  above tools for other apps.  Has anyone else used these ORM tools with EWB?

Thanks
Godfrey
Mon, Oct 3 2016 12:47 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Godfrey,

<< We are currently using  above tools for other apps.  Has anyone else used these ORM tools with EWB? >>

I'm not sure what you're asking here.  EWB doesn't really factor into this type of architecture very much because it's a client-side, browser application.  Are you talking about using an ORM with an EWB Web Server Module ?

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Tue, Oct 4 2016 1:39 AMPermanent Link

Godfrey

Ultimatesoft


I'm not sure what you're asking here.  EWB doesn't really factor into this type of architecture very much because it's a client-side, browser application.  Are you talking about using an ORM with an EWB Web Server Module ?

Tim Young

Yes I was just asking if anyone had used these tools for the server side.  They have XData can be used
to easily setup a web server application.
Tue, Oct 4 2016 9:21 AMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

On 10/4/2016 1:39 AM, Godfrey wrote:
> Yes I was just asking if anyone had used these tools for the server side.  They have XData can be used
> to easily setup a web server application.

Haven't used myself though we did look at their tools (business
subscription).

Main issue with XData (from my limited knowledge) is that it has its own
JSON format (which is not same as EWBs).

IN general can it be used ? - yes. Will it work with EWB - yes (in terms
of consuming their data in a javascript applications).

Does it work without any extra work with EWB TDataSet - no.

If you decide to use it then i would suggest modifying their back-end to
return and handle EWB JSON format. It should be (i hope) possible to
override the XData json output with your implementation.

Raul



Tue, Oct 4 2016 10:55 AMPermanent Link

Godfrey

Ultimatesoft

<<Raul wrote:

<<Main issue with XData (from my limited knowledge) is that it has its own
JSON format (which is not same as EWBs).

IN general can it be used ? - yes. Will it work with EWB - yes (in terms
of consuming their data in a javascript applications).

Does it work without any extra work with EWB TDataSet - no.

If you decide to use it then i would suggest modifying their back-end to
return and handle EWB JSON format. It should be (i hope) possible to
override the XData json output with your implementation.>>

It doesn't look like the JSON output can be modified to suit, just wondered if anyone else has got it right.
I already own a licence but have not used it much.

Thanks
Godfrey  
Wed, Oct 5 2016 2:41 PMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

On 10/4/2016 10:55 AM, Godfrey wrote:
> It doesn't look like the JSON output can be modified to suit, just wondered if anyone else has got it right.
> I already own a licence but have not used it much.

You might be the first - EWB JSON is very straightforward
(http://www.elevatesoft.com/manual?action=viewtopic&id=ewb2&topic=JSON_Reference)
so adding this should not be too hard.

Raul
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