I have not heard of genxus, but I have heard of genexus I didn't know if that was the same product.

I do know that domino was exactly designed for heavy transaction processing. Domino's "partner" from IBM which is net.commerce is designed to pair with domino to handle the heavy transaction processing side of ebusiness.

If you are looking for a solution that quickly and easily integrates with all your applications and does excellent transactions, Magic Software's emerchant may be the better route to go.

Tracy Laskowski
Marketing Communications Coordinator
Lakeview Advanced Solutions
2301 W. 22nd St.,  Suite 306
Oak Brook, IL 60523
(630) 928-2025 - Voice
(630) 573-9818 - Fax

Rob Berendt <rob@dekko.com>
Sent by: owner-domino400@midrange.com

03/24/00 10:49 AM
Please respond to DOMINO400

        To:        DOMINO400@midrange.com
        Subject:        NexGen

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Rob Berendt
03/24/2000 11:49 AM
To:                 MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com@Internet
Fax to:                
Subject:                 NexGen  

My boss is deeply impressed with NexGen.  They do a Domino
to DB2/400 data interface that was slick and fast.  They write
only for Domino for the 400 and so they tailor it for speed
on the 400.  They have a BPCS interface that looked really
slick according to the boss.  To get existing talent up and
running they don't generate java.  I just went to a seminar
that cautioned about using Domino for heavy transaction
processing, but this stuff looks pretty sexy.  Queried a 400
record item master and returned data in under two seconds.  
Speed rivaled 5250.  Doesn't seem to be using DECS, LEI or
any such animal.

Anybody else seen their product and what do they think?

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