Workflow, Forms Processing and the Passage of Time (Part 1)

I recently found these articles on the web that I wrote in 1999 (yes, that’s seventeen years ago, and yes, I was writing about what we were doing at EC Wise). I used to write a lot of articles, back in the pre-historic nineties, when articles were published in print magazines and had to be reviewed and vetted by editors, but I digress. One of the articles I’m referring to discussed the migration of forms based workflow systems to the web. The other, Wf-XML and Interoperability discussed Wf_XML, which was being proposed as a standard schema for representing workflows (it Read More

Categories: Integration and Programming.

Languages: English.

Integrating Information from Opaque Applications with Change Data Capture

In the IT sense, “integration” is a funny word. At EC Wise, we often claim to have experience undertaking “integration” projects, but when I think about it, it’s one of those things where there is “no there there”. What we call integration is not something that organizations do for its own sake, it’s something they do in the context of some larger project goal. We have undertaken data integration projects to support goals like building data warehouses to drive analytics and bringing data from partner or customer systems into a client system for processing. One of the challenges of integration Read More

Categories: Databases and Integration.
Languages: English.