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E-commerce 5 & existing sites

Hi,

Just a quick few questions about E-commerce 5 (for those who have already been involved in B2C installations).

1. Is this basically ISA 4 with a new UI layer or has the underlying frameworks changed as well?

2. Performance better or worse compared to ISA 4 in your installations (if you have worked with both)?

3. Would you have any links to existing E-commerce 5 installations that would be publicly available (CRM or R/3)?

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 01:24 PM

    Kalle,

    I've worked with ISA 3. and ECO 5. but not ISA 4.

    In ECO we have web based tools for creating webshops, users, and some initial configuration.

    custom coding is more or less the same, i mean editing jsp, or extending the java classes.

    Performance i can't say because on ISA3 project we had a lot of custom code.

    Rajiv.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:58 PM

    Hi,

    1. 50 has better java component techniques interms of development. it has some of new features definately in marketing,transcations, new fields etc.

    2. I didnt see any difference in performance...

    3. no

    regards,

    Laxman

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