Matt,

You have a number of options with this all depending on what you are
wanting to do.  You can easily push and pull data to and from the 400 to
use in Domino apps or do function calls such as item or price inquire.  If
you are looking to do something with multiple interactive calls (such as
Order Creation, Maint., etc) you will need an API or Connector to talk
through.

What backend (ERP) system you are working with will control a good bit of
what you are able to do.  Several ERP vendors already have Domino
Connectors and/or API's.

We offer products and services in this area.  We currently do most of our
work with BPCS but are moving into the JDE and Mapics area.  Feel free to
check our site or contact me off line, I will me more then happy to discuss
options in more detail.

Brian Mangels
Account Executive
X1 Solutions
www.x1solutions.com
Office 229 249-0921
Cell 678 522-0921
Fax 253 541-9007



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Has anyone done this? What was your experience? How did you implement this?


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Matthew Patee
Midrange Systems Manager
ABM Industries
(415) 351-4309
fax:(415) 351-4331

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