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Question Invoking baan sessions from other application

Is there a way to invoke a baan sessions from other application.
Lets say, I am using MS-Outlook. In the task list I have defined "maintain customers" as a task. I should be able to invoke Baan session "Main Customer" Directly.
Is it possible?. ( I have seen running bw from command line with session name as argument invokes that perticular session).
I want to go one step further of invoking a session with a perticular record. eg. Maintain sales Order with Sales order numver "XXXX".

Has anybody explored this?

Thanks in advance.

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