Nathan Andelin wrote:
Personally, I don't see RDi and RDi SOA as replacements of ADTS any more than I see Navigator as a replacement for native command line and menus. In one case you're working with a thick GUI client, in the other case you're working with green screens. Both are needed. Some people still prefer the green-screen tools over the GUI tools, and are willing to continue paying the license fees.
This is as close to an even-keeled answer as you can get.

It's pretty simple: if you don't like RDi, don't use it. Use ADTS. They cost the same. Your choice. If PDM is that important to you, either give up on the GUI entirely, or pay for both. It's now a business decision, and you just need to justify your choice.

Joe

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