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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
0 - 200 GB
18%
200 - 500 GB
26%
500 - 800 GB
3%
800 - 1200 GB
9%
1200 - 1500 GB
12%
1500 - 2000 GB
12%
> 2000 GB
21%
Total votes: 34

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Old 20th February 2009, 09:29
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What do you think of Webtop?

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What do you think of Webtop?

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* We are using WebTop and we are statisfied with it
* We use WebTop interface, but have some problems with it
* We are considering to move to WebTop in the near future
* We do not plan to use WebTop.
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Old 16th March 2009, 08:51
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Webtop is cool

webtop is cool with its features that worktop doesnt have.
it has mechanism to create user profiles manage multiple environments accessablitiy via internet etc. also being developed in j2ee technology it supports query based reports which help us to create custom report with rich gui(really nice looking instead of 4GL reports).
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Old 16th March 2009, 10:54
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also being developed in j2ee technology it supports query based reports which help us to create custom report with rich gui(really nice looking instead of 4GL reports).
Can you please explain a bit more?
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Old 16th March 2009, 22:07
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nice but dim

looks great but, I think its too slow
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Old 7th April 2009, 11:34
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looks great but, I think its too slow
Also webtop does not support the general table maintenance (by now) and the execution of sql query.

But for the standard user it's good but I quote Andy, slow.
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Old 14th April 2009, 07:06
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Webtop will enable the InforERP on a web browser. It has lot of features compared to traditional worktop. Webtop will have good ambience and also you can have filters at the session level itself. For the first time when you open the session you may feel like it is little bit slow. Infact yes, for this first time it is little bit slow as the form or session will be loaded for the first time; so it will take some time. But when you open the same form or session for the second time it will open immediately.
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Old 14th April 2009, 11:08
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Webtop will enable the InforERP on a web browser. It has lot of features compared to traditional worktop. Webtop will have good ambience and also you can have filters at the session level itself. For the first time when you open the session you may feel like it is little bit slow. Infact yes, for this first time it is little bit slow as the form or session will be loaded for the first time; so it will take some time. But when you open the same form or session for the second time it will open immediately.
i think most people here are aware of the initial caching of the sessions in webtop (although in LN FP5 this is no longer necessary) but even when they are cached the sessions are still slow in operation compared to worktop
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It's more likely that we change to another ERP-System before we change to the webtop. Evaluation for our new ERP-System will start next year!
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Old 9th September 2009, 15:33
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172 voters for now with an interesting result of:

27% of the voters are using WebTop and are satisfied with it
22% of the voters use WebTop interface, but have some problems with it
26% of the voters are considering to move to WebTop in the near future
25% of the voters do not plan to use WebTop.

Half of the voters already use webtop, and a bit more than half of them (those who use webtop) are satisfied.

The other half of the users do not use webtop, but half of them (those who does not use webtop) are considering to more to wbetop.
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Old 9th September 2009, 21:22
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Also webtop does not support the general table maintenance (by now) and the execution of sql query.
GTM is supported in Webtop (8.5+) with PS 8.5, FP5 Tools levels.
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Old 23rd September 2009, 17:14
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I don't know why we speak about web interface. I think the approah that a ERP vendor should take is zero user interaction for many functions like Order Entry, Shop floor, Planning. A person should never be sitting in front of ERP system except decision making. All the operational functions should get automated, thus elminating needs of things like web interface etc.. I see the work done by person sitting in front of PC to be non value adding- it only adds cost to the process.

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Saving column sizing in Web UI?

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Webtop will enable the InforERP on a web browser. It has lot of features compared to traditional worktop. Webtop will have good ambience and also you can have filters at the session level itself. For the first time when you open the session you may feel like it is little bit slow. Infact yes, for this first time it is little bit slow as the form or session will be loaded for the first time; so it will take some time. But when you open the same form or session for the second time it will open immediately.
We moved to Web UI over Thanksgiving.
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When users resize the columns in sessions, they aren't saved. The next time they open the session, the columns revert back to the default or worse - columns are so close together they can't see all the data. May consider going back to using the client. Have incident open w/ support, but nothing so far. Is there a Save & restore Windows Defaults setting for Web UI?
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This is reported by one of my customers too: support told them this will be fixed in the next release.

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Old 19th February 2010, 01:50
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This is reported by one of my customers too: support told them this will be fixed in the next release.

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We just installed the new build - RQ105 for Version 8.6. It is saving the column sizing for each user!!! Our users are much happier now!

Another issue is that normal users can't create Advanced Filters while Super Users can. The option to Add Row (select fields) is not available to Normal Users. Is there a setting for this somewhere?
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A web desktop or webtop is a desktop environment embedded in a web browser or similar client application. A webtop integrates web applications, web services, client–server applications, application servers, and applications on the local client into a desktop environment using the desktop metaphor. Web desktops provide an environment similar to that of Windows, Mac, or a graphical user interface on Unix and Linux systems. It is a virtual desktop running in a web browser. In a webtop the applications, data, files, configuration, settings, and access privileges reside remotely over the network. Much of the computing takes place remotely.
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