How important is data integrity vs. performance?  How high will the volume
of transactions be?  Is all the data in NSF files, or is some of it in
DB2/400 files?  If it's in DB2 files, how are you going to get it with

Mike E.

                    "Paul Nelson"
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I've got a client who is in the process of developing a purchasing
application in Domino. The discussion they are now having relates to

Their RPG programmer thinks that they will get acceptable performance by
doing lookups of vendors, G/L account numbers, etc., by passing these
parameters to the accounting system machine and getting responses back.

The Domino programmer is saying that they need to have "duplicate"
databases on the accounting system machine and the Domino machine, and then
just keep them in synch.

When these master files are updated on the accounting system machine, a
program can be written to push this data into work files that can then be
retrieved by the Domino machine using an agent that runs on a frequent

I'd be interested to hear about similar experiences both ways.


Paul Nelson
Braxton-Reed, Inc.
630-327-8665 Cell
708-923-7354 Home

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