Subject:Using Stylus to generate electronic reports in Progress legacy environment Author:Tom Samek Date:25 Jun 2008 04:08 PM
I am evaluating the product to assist in integration in a Progress database legacy environment. I have a high level view and would appreciate any help. I searched this forum and did not see anything related to my questions.
One of the requirements is to generate electronic forms (e.g. Invoices) for e-mailing, printing, archiving or faxing.
1) Is Stylus Studio a good tool to address this requirement?
2) The output must contain graphics and bar codes--can this be done within the tool?
3) Does Stylus Studio enable us to quickly turn the legacy invoice print routine into a XML source?
4) Does the tool include an engine for rendering the invoices on our print server?
Thank you in advance for any consideration to these questions.
Subject:Using Stylus to generate electronic reports in Progress legacy environment Author:(Deleted User) Date:08 Jul 2008 06:37 AM
Stylus Studio lets you write XSLT or XQuery that process XML data (that could be also coming from an OpenEdge dump, thanks to DataDirect XML Converters); but in order to know how/if these stylesheets can be integrated into your Progress environment, you should ask these questions to the Progress technical support.