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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Software Architecture
By patvdv at 19 Feb 2008 - 22:19

Both tables as well as application programs ('sessions') and their software components are assigned to modules grouping related business functions.


Figure 1: Packages, modules, sessions:


Business areas such as distribution, manufacturing, and finance are mapped into pro-gram packages that have a two character identification code, as listed in Table 1. The most important ones are: tc/Common, td/Distribution, ti/Manufacturing, and tf/Finance.


Table 1: BaanERP packages. The most important ones are emphasized.

System Architecture
By patvdv at 19 Feb 2008 - 22:09

BaanERP supports a three-tier architecture consisting of a user interface tier, an application tier, and a database tier. The user interface tier provides presentation and input services for user interaction. The application tier consists of the BaanERP application server and the application programs. The database tier includes the BaanERP database driver and a third party RDBMS product that acts as the database server.


By patvdv at 9 Dec 2007 - 18:26

Baan - The Company

  • Founded: 1978
  • Head quarter: Barneveld (The Netherlands) and Herndon (Virginia, USA)
  • Customers: 13,000 customer sites worldwide (biggest customer: Boeing)
  • Employees: approx. 4,700
  • Revenues 1998: 736 Mio USD



In Table 1, we list the most important terms where the Baan jargon departs from usual terminology.


By patvdv at 9 Dec 2007 - 17:18

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are generic and comprehensive business software systems based on a distributed computing platform including one or more database management systems. They combine a global enterprise information system covering large parts of the information needs of an enterprise with a large number of application programs implementing all kinds of business processes that are vital for the operation of an enterprise.

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