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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
0 - 200 GB
200 - 500 GB
500 - 800 GB
800 - 1200 GB
1200 - 1500 GB
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> 2000 GB
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Old 17th October 2016, 11:59
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Baan: BaanIV - DB: informix - OS: ms-win\
Difference between BOR and BOL
Baan: Other/Unknown

Hello Gurus,

Can anyone explain what is difference between BOR and BOL?
Why BOR needs to be compiled.

and what are actual difference between the two (BOI and BDE) Open World Technologies
for BaaN?

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BOR (Business Object Repository) was used until ES Version 8.3 to develop business objects(BOD's). From Version 8.3 on wards, Integration Studio and Business Studio are being used. Latest being LN Studio.

BOL(Business Object Layer) - It is a set of standard DLL's which are available during run time. They invoke the business logic methods in order to handle the BOD functionality.

BOR is just a repository and serves as a virtual space in BOD.

BOI(Business Object Interface) and BDE(Business Data Entity) serves almost the same functionality i.e. providing a way to BaaN/LN a way to interact with external world using SOAP based architecture involving web-services.

BOI was being used until Baan IV/5 while BDE's are used with LN.

More more details on each, go through the standard documentations provided by Infor. There is always more to it.


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