There is a batch update mode to TS which may help performance. Whether this
is more efficient that AOE is simply 'horses for courses'. If you have
customers who can be persuaded to order in a set item sequence with no stock
or price queries etc., then TS is a good tool.

Peter Joel
Saltway Ltd
07884 306501

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Sent: 05 December 2003 10:13
To: System 21 Users
Subject: Re: [SYSTEM21] System21 Telesales Module


My advise is stick to AOP.  After five years of using TS (heavily moded) 
we've recently switched it off and put all of our sales office onto AOP.

We were having major system performance issues when TS was running due to 
the fact that it runs interactively.  Since switching it off the problems 
have gone away.



Jon Wadey
IT Manager
M & S Toiletries Ltd 
Tel :- (+44) 1506 835600
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