On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 11:27 AM, M. Fioretti <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 10:33:00 AM -0500, Eduardo Moreno (
When will we see the integration of OpenOffice.org with other Oracle
products? I have not read about OpenOffice.org / Primavera, Export
to ODF from Oracle ERP, etc.
I don't know anything about Oracle ERP. This said, ODF is completely
open and simple enough to hack that "export to ODF" shouldn't really
be a problem, or anything for which anybody should ask permission or
any special effort to Oracle. See as example of what I mean this:
or any other example in the ODF scripting area of the same website:
Is Oracle ERP so complicated that you can't use the same approach?
Offlist answers are fine, since, now that I think about it, this
really has nothing to do with LibO or TDF, has it?
It does to a point since it introduces the topic of will LibO make efforts
to integrate with Enterprise software. Specially open enterprise software
like Pentaho, SugarCRM, vTiger, Alfresco and such.
What would it take, well first understand about how to connect the protocols
needed to work seamlessly. Things like Webdav and such are in place, but is
very 'hidden' to regular users. Having enterprise extensions could help
bringing those features up front.
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