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Re: Using TLE 400 and V5R1


I was led to believe SSAGT now own the rights to Trusted Link Enterprise and
are continuing to support the product. They have recently released service
pack 4 for version 3.2.01 which I read as confirmation  of their commitment
to continue to  support TLE on the Iseries. I can also confirm that I have
several clients on V5R1 of OS/400 and they have not encountered any major
problems with TLE.


----- Original Message -----
From: Ben Rinkel <ben.rinkel@ecs-europe.com>
To: <bpcs-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, November 01, 2002 12:02 PM
Subject: Using TLE 400 and V5R1

> Michael,
> We have several customers in Europe running this configuration with
> different ERP systems, but mainly BPCS. We have upgraded these customers
> V5R1, without any problems. In the mean time we have migrated most of the
> BPCS customers to the new version of Trustedlink/400 (Version eV5) or to
> own EDI translator that has been included into our ECS/integrated email
> XML processor software. This will give BPCS users at least supported
> software, as the V3.2 from TL is not supported anymore by
> Harbinger/Peregrine/Inovis (Inovis is the current owner of TL for AS/400)
> If anyone needs support in updating, upgrading, migrating or implementing
> EDI (or XML) integrated solution with BPCS V6 or V8,  you can always give
> a call for support.
> Ben Rinkel
> ECS International B.V.
> Ph. +31 229 574331
> Mob. +31 6 5317 4449
> www.ecs-europe.com
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