• Subject: RE: What About Price vs. Performance?
  • From: "Stone, Brad V (TC)" <bvstone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 12:50:49 -0500

> Brad, I have to say you've done QUITE an excellent job.  My 
> sincere apologies.  You have evidently taken to heart much of 
> what we've talked about, and added lots of your own 
> initiative to boot.

I wrote this before we had our discussions about OO.  Actually wrote it over
a year ago.  But, our discussion about OO definatly helped me realize what I
could do to improve my ILE techniques.

> I'm a bit humbled.  One quick question, and please, this is 
> NOT a criticism, I'm only asking because I'm quite amazed at 
> what you've accomplished.  It looks to me like this is an 
> inquiry only; do you have support for actually updating 
> records?  See, that's the focus of my stuff, is to provide 
> that ability to ENTER data into the system.  Perhaps that's 
> why you and I clash so often; I didn't understand the gist of 
> your application.

No, but if it was an application that needed it, it would.  This is a order
history inquiry system.

A customer shouldn't be able to update their order history, and that's what
this is.  I have no desire what so ever to use a browser as a UI for DB
updates.  I'll stick with green screens for that, at least for now.

I really don't see it as that amazing.  Even less after seeing some of the
stuff Andrew Borts has done with his sites.  Wow.  Now THAT's an
accomplishment.  (Read about it in an upcoming Showcase! plug plug)

> Regardless, you've done a great job, in my estimation.  Good 
> luck and continued success with your product!

Thanks.  Now go get married and tell your wife to be to keep reminding you
that it CAN be done with eRPG!  :)  On second thought, don't.  You shouldn't
be worrying about this type of stuff on the most wonderful days of your
life.  (Was for me a year and a half ago.)

We all can get along if we focus more on getting the job done, rather than
the technology used to do it.  In the end, that's all that matters.

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