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1
COMMANDconcrete Roadmap
  • George Hadgraft
  • Cell 205 706 2281
  • ghadgraft_at_commandalkon.com

2
COMMANDconcrete Product Roadmap
  • Abstract - What's in it for me
  • The session will provide an overview of
    COMMANDconcrete features and functions, details
    the COMMANDconcrete product roadmap and will
    answer the question "Why should we move to
    CS06?"
  • The Product Management Team will highlight the
    session with customer examples from existing
    deployments and demonstrate new key features that
    make COMMANDconcrete a Solution To Build On. This
    session is designed for managers, end users,
    administrators and IT professionals who would
    like to learn how to leverage their existing
    COMMANDseries implementations more broadly across
    the enterprise.

3
Company Overview
  • The Leading Provider Of Automation
  • Solutions For Manufacturers Of Construction
    Materials
  • Ready-Mix Concrete
  • Aggregate
  • Cement
  • Asphalt
  • Concrete Products

4
Company Overview
  • Our Vision
  • Be the Masters of Real Time Construction
    Materials Operations
  • Our Purpose
  • Help Our Customers Get What They Want In The
    Most Economical Way

COMMANDconcrete Roadmap
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Company Overview
Being Masters of Real Time means we have to
work together to help our Customer get what they
want.
  • Birmingham, Alabama
  • Headquarters
  • 253 employees
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Batch Engineering
  • Batch Manufacturing
  • 68 employees
  • JWS-Kansas City, KS
  • Bulk Materials
  • 39 employees
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • Batch Service
  • Software Service
  • 2 Employees
  • 2 Employees in KL Malaysia for
  • Batch and Software Service
  • Bristol, England
  • Batch Service
  • Software Service
  • Software Development
  • 15 employees
  • 1 Software Service
  • employee in Netherlands

5
COMMANDconcrete Roadmap
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Outline
  • The Solution
  • COMMANDseries
  • Dispatch
  • Order Entry/Ticketing
  • Exp Tracking Scheduling
  • Interfaces
  • Recent New Functionality
  • Liquid Color Interface
  • Material Manager
  • In Yard Status

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Outline
  • Future Enhancements
  • COMMANDbatch/COMMANDseries/Apex Integration
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Optimization COMMANDseries
  • COMMANDseries Beta Program
  • Current Status
  • Testimonials
  • Future Release Strategy
  • COMMANDseries Major Releases
  • COMMANDseries Service Packs

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Outline
  • Technology Overview
  • Why Go To CS06 ?
  • Database/Operating System Support
  • Database/Operating Systems No Longer Supported
  • Performance Enhancements
  • Long Raws vs. Var Binarys
  • SQL Server Changes
  • Oracle Changes
  • Who Can Go To CS06 ?
  • Questions Answers

9
COMMANDseries Solutions
COMMANDconcrete Roadmap
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Dispatch Overview
COMMANDconcrete
  • Improve Utilization
  • Reduce Delivery Costs
  • Improve On-Time Deliveries,
  • Reduce Truck Non-Productive Time
  • Decrease The Dispatchers Workload
  • Provide Timely Management Information
  • Print Invoices The Day Following Delivery
  • React To Changing Job Conditions
  • Interface With Batching Controls
  • Interface With Signaling Systems
  • COMMANDquote
  • Order Entry and Ticketing
  • Dynamic Scheduling
  • Truck Tracking

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Order Entry Ticketing Overview
  • Order Entry and Ticketing Is The foundation Of
    COMMANDconcrete
  • Orders Are Taken and Tickets Are Generated
  • Data Is Captured For Invoicing and Reporting
  • Integrated Dispatching and Batching Operations
    With COMMANDconcretes Batching Interface Module

AC2000
Spectrum
The Eagle
Spectrum
AC2000
The Spectrum and AC2000 (Both systems use the
EZ-Cal hardware shown above)
12
Exp Tracking Scheduling Overview
  • Vision
  • For years customers have asked for a windows
    version of Tracking and Scheduling. However,
    when interviewed, we found that what they really
    were asking for was a more flexible tool to
    increase their ability to service customers
    better without compromising their time critical
    environment
  • So, thats exactly what we built. We added
    Improved features, Windows Graphics and Improved
    Performance

13
Exp Tracking Scheduling Overview
  • EXP Tracking and Scheduling Is The Only Tracking
    Module You Will Receive With CS06

14
Exp Tracking Scheduling Overview
  • IT Value Points
  • Deployment While Live Option
  • Privilege Control on Menu System
  • Enhanced Memory Management (2 Gig)
  • 95 DB Reduction On Startup
  • Plant Privilege Filters Option Loads Less Data
  • Less DB Queries On Startup
  • 50 Less DB Queries For Updates
  • Journaling Option Supports Diagnostic Process
  • XML Based Feature Configuration
  • Configuration Reporting (Help About)
  • Theme and Font Management

15
Exp Tracking Scheduling Overview
  • Operations Value Points
  • Truck and Order Lookup To Minimize Time
    Scrolling
  • Graphical Date Picker For Future Dates /- key
  • Show All Orders Toggle For Faster Customer
    Service
  • Resizable Windows To Better Manage Screen Usage
  • Enhanced Screen Control - (Home, End, Click Order
    Find)
  • Scheduling Drill Into Orders and Loads For A
    Specific Time
  • Modeling Enhanced
  • Single Click Quick Order Find From Lower Displays
  • Aggregate Enhanced Loading Options
  • Aggregate Graphical Tracking Support
  • Enhanced Tracking Past Midnight

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Future Enhancements
  • Optimization With EXP Tracking Scheduling
  • Driver Call in System with Start Time Suggestions
  • Truck Not Ready Lower Display Section
  • Trucks on Break
  • Trucks to Punch In (10 minutes)
  • Trucks in Shop Temporarily.
  •  Truck Loading Suggestions for every load
  •  Rate of Delivery Display
  •  Range of Start Times
  •  Job Site Delay
  •  Customer Service Indicators
  • Automated Schedule Leveling

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EXP Tracking and Scheduling How to Get it
  • Command Alkon Inc.
  • 1-800-624-1872 ext 2(Pause)1(Pause)3
  • To upgrade to EXP Tracking and Scheduling,
    contact your COMMANDseries support
    representative. They will schedule training and
    installation
  • Prerequisites
  • COMMANDseries 5.54 or later
  • One or more tracking related licenses
  • TT (Truck Tracking)
  • DS (Dynamic Scheduling)
  • OM (Order Monitoring)
  • Current Maintenance Agreement
  • EXP Tracking and Scheduling Training

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Interfaces Overview
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Interfaces Overview
  • Batch
  • U-Link
  • Two way Generic
  • Batch Panel Specific
  • Over Head Load Out
  • Libra
  • WEM
  • Accounting Packages
  • MAS 90, MAS 200, MAS 500
  • ERP Data In/Data Out
  • ORACLE
  • SAP
  • JDE/PeopleSoft

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Interfaces Overview
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Recent New Functionality
  • Color Dispensing Interface
  • BASFFormerly Degussa / Master Builders
  • Solomon Colors
  • Lanxess

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Problems Resolved
  • Incorrect Color
  • Incorrect Amount of Color
  • Water Adjustment Issues
  • Batching / Scheduling Delays
  • Invoicing Accuracy

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Degussa System
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Interface Basics
  • Enter An Order In COMMANDconcrete For Concrete
    And Color Together.
  • Load Information Is Sent To The Concrete Batch
    System And The Color Batch System At The Same
    Time.
  • Target Water Content Of Liquid Color Is Sent To
    The Concrete Batch Control.
  • Each Batch System Is Started Independently By The
    Plant Operator.
  • Load Can Be Invoiced With Concrete, Color And
    Additional Charges In One Step.

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Interface Configuration
  • TCP/IP Interface To Color Dispenser and Batch
    Control.

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Implementation
  • Issue new license with Color Interface
  • Install TCP/IP Communications
  • Configure Plant Setup
  • Device Type
  • IP Address / Listen Port
  • Plant Rinse Water
  • Schedule Adjust

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Schedule Adjust
  • Also Available As Of Version 5.57.9.18
  • Order Load Time Is Adjusted To Allow Additional
    Time For Color Dispensing Process.
  • Load Time Adjustment Is Entered In The Plant
    Record.
  • Driver Call-Out Is Adjusted As Needed.
  • Orders To Load On Tracking Screen Is Adjusted As
    Needed.

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Current Status
  • Installations At Cemstone, U.S. Concrete, Tilcon
    CT - Degussa Systems
  • Installations At Raineri, Cornerstone - Solomon
    Systems
  • Upload Feature Being Finalized In CS 5.57.9.21
    and CS06
  • Inventory Reconciliation Issues To Be Addressed
    In Future Release
  • Work In Progress - Still Working On This Interface

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Future Enhancements
  • Color Batch Weights Will Be Returned To
    COMMANDconcrete And Become A Part Of The Batch
    Record
  • Advanced Batch Control Synchronization With
    COMMANDbatch and The Color Batch Control
  • Direct Color Formula Design Downloaded To
    COMMANDconcrete From The Supplier Of The Liquid
    Color
  • Consolidated Inventory Management Of The Color
    Between COMMANDconcrete And The Color Supplier
    For All Plants

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Recent New Functionality
  • Material Manager
  • A Tool For Managing Mix Designs Across Plants
  • A Tool For Managing Mixes When
  • Materials Change
  • Performance Changes
  • It Is NOT A Tool For Designing Mixes From Scratch
  • (Please Go To The ConAd Training Class)
  • If Your Areas Of Interest Are
  • Concrete Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  • Mix Design Maintenance
  • Or if you are just plain curious
  • go to the Hands Material Manager Session CC-009

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Recent New Functionality
  • Material Manager
  • Must have COMMANDseries Version 5.57.9.18 or
    Later or CS06
  • Must have COMMANDconcrete License
  • Must Purchase CC-MM License
  • Cost
  • Per Server 575.00
  • Per Truck 66.00

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The Problem - Mix Design Management
  • It Starts Out Simple Enough
  • Strength Mixes
  • Sack Mixes
  • A Few Special Mixes

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The Problem - Mix Design Management
  • Multiply By a Few Aggregate Sizes
  • and Aggregate Types/Sources

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The Problem - Mix Design Management
  • Flyash Mixes?

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The Problem - Mix Design Management
  • Add a few admixtures

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The Problem - Mix Design Management
  • And Of Course, You Need Different Mixes For
    Different Plants!

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The Problem - Mix Design Management
The situation soon gets out of hand.
  • The Real Problem What Do You Do When
  • Aggregate Characteristics Change
  • You Switch Admix Suppliers
  • Your Cement Under Or Over-Performs

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The Solution
COMMANDseries Material Manager
  • Improved Mix Design Entry
  • Bulk Material Adjustments
  • Batch Computer Bulk Update
  • Lab Mixes
  • Centralized Mix Control
  • Conversion to Plant Mixes

COMMANDconcrete Roadmap
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Mix Designs - Hands On Material Manager Session
CC-009
COMMANDconcrete Roadmap
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Recent New Functionality
  • In Yard Status
  • In Yard Section Split Into Two Sections
  • In Yard But Not Ready To Load Default Setting
    When Returning To Yard
  • In Yard And Ready To Load Driver Must Push
    Button On Dinet To Indicate He Is Ready
  • This is done through the use of TASK codes in
    COMMANDseries
  • Drivers Can Request To Go Home For The Day

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Recent New Functionality
  • In Yard Status
  • New Tasks
  • NREDY Task Stating That They Are In The Yard
    But Not Ready To Load
  • READY Task Stating That He Is In The Yard AND
    Is Ready To Load
  • Tasks Define Which List Appears In In Yard
    Section
  • Button Assigned To A Message Which Relates To A
    Task Which Moves The Truck On The Screen
  • Flag in EXP XML Files Switches This Functionality

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COMMANDconcrete
  • 10 Minute
  • Break!

COMMANDconcrete Roadmap
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Future Enhancements
  • COMMANDbatch/COMMANDseries/APEX Integration
  • What Has Prompted This Initiative?
  • Our Portfolio Of Applications Continues To Grow
  • COMMANDseries, Apex, COMMANDbatch, ConAd
  • Certain Market Drivers
  • Obsolete Technology
  • Gone Beyond Original Scope And Capabilities
  • Serial Packet Data Transfers Not Guaranteed
    Delivery
  • Costly And Complex To Maintain
  • Not Extensible
  • Need For A Framework
  • Component Standardization Enable Shared Common
    Functionality
  • Common Agreed-Upon Data Models Including Field
    Definitions And Lengths

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Future Enhancements
  • COMMANDbatch/COMMANDseries
  • Scope
  • Replace Ulink Comm. Spec. functionality with
    regards to dispatch produced tickets and mix
    designs and batch system produced batch results
    and inventory transactions.
  • Replace Ulink Comm. Spec functionality extensions
    for batch system produced tickets and manual
    inventory transactions.
  • Provide standardized data object definitions
  • Materials (can include extra and sundry products)
  • Mix Designs (general and/or site recipes)
  • Business Ticket
  • Control Ticket/Load (control recipe and results)
  • Inventory Transactions
  • Errors and Alarms
  • Plant
  • Location
  • Company

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Future Enhancements
  • Credit Card Processing
  • COMMANDseries Credit Card Application Program
    Interface (API) will provide the ability to
    access web-based real-time Credit Card
    authorization and payments for COD customers
  • The solution will
  • Eliminate duplicate entry of Credit Card
    transaction information in multiple COMMANDseries
    modules and 3rd Party application systems
  • Increase the speed and accuracy of credit card
    transactions during COMMANDseries order
    processing.
  • process the following Credit Card types
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Discover
  • American Express

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Future Enhancements
  • Credit Card Processing
  • We Address The Credit Card Transactions Between
    The Producer And The Producers Customer Using
    The Card Not Present Concept
  • Process Credit Card transactions between the
    Producer and the 3PP on a per Order basis.
  • Communicate with multiple credit card processing
    packages. Initially, the solution will Initially
    communicate with PayTrace and AuthorizeNet

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Future Enhancements
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Will Support The Following Credit Card
    Transactions
  • Authorize/Capture A Transaction Between The
    Producer And Their Customers Card Issuing
    Financial Institution
  • Authorization - The Customers Credit Is Checked
    To Determine If The Account Balance Is Sufficient
    To Cover The Requested Amount
  • Reserved - Which Reduces The Customers Available
    Credit Exposure
  • Capture - At Settlement Time, The Amount Is
    Transferred From The Card Holders Account And
    Deposited Into The Producers Account
  • Void - A Transaction Between The Producer And
    Their Customers Card

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Future Enhancements
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Minimize Retained Cardholder Information and
    Masking of Credit Card Account Numbers
  • The Display Of The Account Number Will Be Limited
    To The Last 4 Characters Of The Account.
  • Limit Computing Resources and Cardholder Data
    Access To Only Those Individuals Whose Job
    Requires Such Access.
  • Create and Encrypt Audit Logs of User IDs
    Involved With Credit Card Transactions
  • Functionality not included in scope.
  • eChecks (electronic checks/electronic account
    debits).
  • Interfaces To Card Swipe Hardware
  • Modifications To Any COMMANDseries Version Prior
    To CS06
  • Modifications To COMMANDbatch
  • Modifications To Auto-Ticketing
  • Modification To The Existing Credit Card Payment
    Batching Process For Credit Card Transactions For
    Invoicing

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Future Enhancements
  • Credit Card Processing

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COMMANDseries CS06 Program
  • Current Status
  • 11 Sites Installed
  • 6 Sites Are Live, 5 Implementing
  • CS06 Now Available For SQL Svr and ORACLE
  • English and Spanish Language Support
  • Deployed In Big and Small Concrete And Aggregate
    Operations
  • CS06 COMMANDseries - Very Stable And Performing
    Well

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Release Strategy
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Release Strategy
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Release Strategy
  • Version 4 and Version 5
  • V5.57.9.x - Four More Releases One per Quarter
  • Critical Issues
  • Funded Modifications
  • COMMANDseries Major Releases
  • Two Major Releases Per Year
  • Releases Will Avoid Seasonal Peaks (Fall and
    Spring)
  • Service Packs With Critical Fixes
  • Lower Complexity Single Code Base
  • Allows Command Alkon To Focus on Core Product and
    Continue to Add Features and Functionaility

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COMMANDseries CS06 Program
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Technology Overview
  • Why Go To CS06 ?
  • Database and Operating System Support
  • SQL Server 2005 (GA Release)
  • Oracle 10G clients
  • Windows 2003 Server (32 bit)
  • Windows Vista (Spring 2007)
  • Database and Operating Systems No Longer
    Supported
  • SQL Server 7
  • Oracle 7
  • Windows NT
  • Windows ME
  • Based on UNIFACE 8.4.01 Development Environment
  • Supported by Compuware
  • Less crashing
  • Regular Service Packs from Compuware
  • Quicker Problem Resolution

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Technology Overview
  • Print to Screen
  • Windows look and feel - Same base functionality
    as many windows products print preview
  • Zoom In/Out
  • Mouse wheel functionality
  • Use of Install Shield 11 To Install COMMANDseries
  • 32 Bit Installer
  • Windows Compatible
  • New ASN Wizard and Work Stat Programs
  • Insure Compatibility With Citrix
  • Insure Compatibility With Operating Systems
  • Insure Compatibility With Current Databases

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Technology Overview
  • Print Preview and Print To Screen
  • .Net component written in C
  • Replace our current screen print functionality
  • Component offers some of the print preview
    functionality that you would find in many
    Microsoft products
  • Support for .Net Framework 1.1 and 2.0

58
Technology Overview
  • Listviews
  • FNDCODE, FNDIMST, others
  • An extension of the Treeview control

59
Technology Overview
  • Datagrids
  • Database Updates, others
  • Limited Use of this object so far

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Technology Overview
  • Hardware Software Requirements/Recommendations

Server Server Workstation Workstation
Minimum Recommended Minimum Recommended
Processor Intel Xeon 2GHz Dual Core Intel Xeon 3GHz P4 3.0GHz Dual-Core Intel Pentium 2GHz
Memory 2GB RAM 8GB RAM 1GB RAM 2GB RAM
Hard Drives 3-30GB RAID 1 4-30GB RAID 5 5-70GB RAID 5 Oracle client installation 200GB free disk space SQL client installation 100GB free disk space Oracle client installation 200GB free disk space SQL client installation 100GB free disk space
Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Advanced Server Microsoft Windows 2003 Server, Enterprise edition Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Advanced Server Microsoft Windows 2003 Server, Enterprise edition Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Microsoft Windows XP Professional Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Database Oracle 8i/9i/10g standard or enterprise edition SQL Server 2000 standard or enterprise edition Oracle 8i/9i/10g standard or enterprise edition SQL Server 2000 standard or enterprise edition Oracle client for Oracle server installations SQL client for SQL 2000 server installations Oracle client for Oracle server installations SQL client for SQL 2000 server installations
Network Cards Required 1-100Mbs, more may be required depending on server configuration Recommended 1000Mbs, multiple NIC cards for redundancy/segmentation Required 1-100Mbs, more may be required depending on server configuration Recommended 1000Mbs, multiple NIC cards for redundancy/segmentation Required 1-100Mbs, more may be required depending on server configuration Recommended 1000Mbs, multiple NIC cards for redundancy/segmentation Required 1-100Mbs, more may be required depending on server configuration Recommended 1000Mbs, multiple NIC cards for redundancy/segmentation
Remote Access Required UltraVNC or PCAnywhere connection available via modem or TCP/IP connection for service/support. Required UltraVNC or PCAnywhere connection available via modem or TCP/IP connection for service/support. Required UltraVNC or PCAnywhere connection available via modem or TCP/IP connection for service/support. Required UltraVNC or PCAnywhere connection available via modem or TCP/IP connection for service/support.
Other Recommended Hardware Power supply Redundant power supply along with an UPS for reliability/safety. Power supply Redundant power supply along with an UPS for reliability/safety. Data Backup Internal high-capacity tape drive with appropriate backup software. Data Backup Internal high-capacity tape drive with appropriate backup software.
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Technology Overview
  • Performance Enhancements
  • CLOBS vs Long Raws (Oracle)
  • Text vs Var Binary (MSSQL)
  • All Data Is Visible To The User
  • No More Overflow Tables
  • Database Upgrade Scripts Ensure Proper Column
    Alignment
  • MSSQL Stored Procedures For Fetch, Update, Insert
    and Delete
  • Using The Latest Database Drivers From Uniface
  • Eliminate the Long Raw (Oracle)
  • Eliminate Var binary (SQL Server)
  • Easier Reporting And Better Visibility Of CS Data

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Technology Overview
  • SQL Server Changes
  • Var binary fields are converted to TEXT fields
  • No overflow table is required
  • Segmented fields that were contained in the
    varbinary are split into multiple TEXT fields
  • In addition in SQL Server we will begin using
    Uniface generated stored procedure for the Fetch,
    Insert, Update and Delete of each table
  • We are seeing 40 improvement in performance by
    using these stored procedures
  • Fetch ordr_Fet
  • Insert ordr_INS
  • Update ordr_UPD
  • Delete ordr_DEL

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Technology Overview

MS SQL Server
ORACLE
ORDR table was
delv_addr Varbinary
ORDR table now
Delv_addr Text
User_defined Text
Sur_codes Text
Sur_rate_amts Text
Apply_sur_rate_hler_flags Text
Sundry_chrg_table_ids Text
Apply_sundry_chrg_flags Text
Sundry_chrg_sep_invc_flags Text
Sundry_chrg_comb_meth_code Text
Sundry_chrg_override_rates Text
Order_msgs text
ORDR table was
delv_addr LongRaw
ORDR table now
Delv_addr CLOB
User_defined CLOB
Sur_codes CLOB
Sur_rate_amts CLOB
Apply_sur_rate_hler_flags CLOB
Sundry_chrg_table_ids CLOB
Apply_sundry_chrg_flags CLOB
Sundry_chrg_sep_invc_flags CLOB
Sundry_chrg_comb_meth_code CLOB
Sundry_chrg_override_rates CLOB
Order_msgs CLOB
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Technology Overview

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Technology Overview
  • Who Can Go To CS06 ?
  • All Version 5 Customers Are Eligible
  • Proven Migration
  • None Or Very Little Retraining
  • Must Also Migrate To Supported Database
  • Oracle 8i, 9i or 10g R2
  • MS SQL Server 2000 or above
  • Server Requirements Must Be Met
  • For Each Customer
  • Check Your Backlog And Validate Issues Are
    Resolved In CS06
  • In Many Cases We Will Test Convert database
  • Version 4 Customers Please Contact Your Regional
    Account Manager For Upgrade Path
  • Go To "How Do You Get To CS06" Session (IT-002)
  • See A Test Conversion Real Time

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QA Session
  • QA Session

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