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From Vadim Gritsenko <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Inclusion of SAP R/3 components
Date Thu, 16 Jan 2003 19:31:05 GMT
Sylvain Wallez wrote:

> Christian Haul wrote:
>
>> On 16.Jan.2003 -- 10:03 AM, Sylvain Wallez wrote:
>>  
>>
>>> Steven Noels wrote:
>>>   
>>>
>>>> Other worry: this means adding yet another 
>>>> mega-functional-component to Cocoon, and I have have been talking 
>>>> offlist about my worries in this direction.
>>>>
>>>> We better start using the -apps module then, I guess (and some 
>>>> other components might as well migrate there, too).
>>>>     
>>>
>>> I share Steven's feelings (I'm one of the "offlist") : we voted a 
>>> cocoon-apps module to host Cocoon-related developments that don't 
>>> belong to the core. And this ultra-specific component typically 
>>> falls in this category.
>>>
>>> I don't discuss its quality nor its usefullness (SAP is used in 
>>> large companies and this could be a "troyan horse" to bring Cocoon 
>>> inside), but adding it to the main CVS repository, even in a block, 
>>> would increase the bloat. 
>>

I tend to agree with Sylvain (+1 on addition to CVS, -0 or so on 
addition to main Cocoon CVS).



>> The SAP R/3 connectivity consists of 4 interfaces, 5 implementing
>> classes and a transformer:
>
...

>> It is not an application per se but a connectivity
>> component. 
>

I think it's not a problem and, given enough interested people, it can 
always grow to at least size of demo app, if not full-featured app.

Vadim




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