Go Back

Retirement Notice

Baanboard is shutting down on 31-dec-2023. See:

User login

Frontpage Sponsor


What do you expect from your SI Implementation partner for the success of ERP implementation.
Bring best practices - Not to offer more CR's Leveraging standard functions
Need more honesty to work with the Users until their processes are fully mapped & Users are trained
Focus on process automation/ integrations/ Real time data/ BI analytics
Stick to basics
Total votes: 14

Reference Content

Move customized package/modules from 10.x to package tx in 10.7 or higher to be able to move to cloud semi-automatically
By AndreasSchartne at 26 Apr 2022 - 05:04



we have developed a methodology that moves any customized package, e. g. xx, with all modules to package tx or stand-alone sessions in standard packages, e. g. td, to allow Infor customers to have their required add-ons run in the cloud within the package tx.


The methodology comprises up to 30 steps starting with labels and ending with buttons in forms. The procedure within the methodology is practically prescribed but depends partly on the style of development by the customer.


So far, the methodology has been applied in two LN 10.2.1 and one Baan V successfully completed projects comprising about 1000 sessions and have all of them running error-free and functionally identically in package tx.


We estimate time and costs to just a fraction (<= 10%) compared with redevelopment. Most steps of the methodology run automatically. Of course, source code has to be converted manually, but also with a minimum effort (tables, domains, and DLL-access have to be changed). 


It is generally possible to move all customer’s applications in Baan IV, Baan V and all versions of LN to package tx under 10.7 – and again – depending on the style, methodology, nomenclature, etc. of the customer’s applications.


For further information contact me.



-- Andreas 


Average: 5 (2 votes)

by mark_h on June 15, 2022 - 12:51pm
mark_h's picture
Locking this thread since the spammers love to reply to it.

All times are GMT +2. The time now is 12:14.

©2001-2023 - -