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Topic review - Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.
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  Post subject:  Re: Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.  Reply with quote
i don't understand
Post Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 2:30 am
  Post subject:  Re: Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.  Reply with quote
BE Macro and macros can be deployed to any computer, personal or enterprise.

I have used BE Macro to control many different kinds of software in the past, including BizTalk, Visual Studio etc.
SAP, Navision or any other ERP system shouldt be hard to automate either.

If your talking about having BE Macro as an integrated part bundled with Enterprise software such as SAP, that is probably not going to happen.
I wouldnt mind at all, but its highly unlikely (to say the least) that someone like SAP would want to do that.


Just because they are not bundled, doesnt mean BE Macro cant be used together with it though, BE Macro can be used with any kind of application, including ERP systems.
It makes no difference to BE Macro.
Post Posted: Mon Nov 24, 2014 7:05 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.  Reply with quote
Yea, that's a business decision that only Gigus can answer. He's the developer and owner.
Post Posted: Thu Nov 20, 2014 12:35 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.  Reply with quote
Syrifina wrote:
I'm not sure what he's asking.

1. Partnership with enterprise systems to have BEM macros included with their products.
2. Use BEM on their software products
- because: If you can open it on your computer (whether its in its own terminal or not), then you can create BEM macros for it.
3. Use BEM on their stand-alone systems
- because: You would have to load BEM on that system. If you can load BEM, then it would work the same as any PC
4. Are you just having problems with how to pull data from an Enterprise System
- then: analyzing and inputing data would be the easy parts (just as any other macro)
5. Or something else?

When you talk about working with enterprise systems, I can't see any differences with BEM usage...but a huge difference in the legal aspect on secure connections/databases/infrastructures by the companies employing the systems. I used to work for the government and was not allowed to use BEM on our infrastructure at all. It was possible and would have helped me out tremendously, but was illegal.

So... What are you trying to accomplish?


But, like you said before, if we use BEM in our enterprise systems, you wouldn't have to go through seeing all of the dashboard everyday, you could use the BEM to control the flow of the companies just buy implement BEM in the enterprise system. What do you think?
Post Posted: Thu Nov 20, 2014 12:01 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.  Reply with quote
I'm not sure what he's asking.

1. Partnership with enterprise systems to have BEM macros included with their products.
2. Use BEM on their software products
- because: If you can open it on your computer (whether its in its own terminal or not), then you can create BEM macros for it.
3. Use BEM on their stand-alone systems
- because: You would have to load BEM on that system. If you can load BEM, then it would work the same as any PC
4. Are you just having problems with how to pull data from an Enterprise System
- then: analyzing and inputing data would be the easy parts (just as any other macro)
5. Or something else?

When you talk about working with enterprise systems, I can't see any differences with BEM usage...but a huge difference in the legal aspect on secure connections/databases/infrastructures by the companies employing the systems. I used to work for the government and was not allowed to use BEM on our infrastructure at all. It was possible and would have helped me out tremendously, but was illegal.

So... What are you trying to accomplish?
Post Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:18 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.  Reply with quote
Well i guess this a good if the VIP contributor's will give you their attention because they are the veterans with codes and how to use this macro ;)
Post Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 12:25 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.  Reply with quote
i dont under stantd
Post Posted: Mon Nov 17, 2014 11:50 pm
  Post subject:  Ideas to develop macros into the enterprise system.  Reply with quote
Here i wanted to start the post that is good for us. I wanted to know if someone maybe know how to implement macros to the enterprise system, like SAP and etc. My purpose is just that i want to know more about this topic and learn together. Sharing in here maybe will be great.
Post Posted: Mon Nov 17, 2014 4:27 pm

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