Access data from ERP system with tools such as Tableau, SAP Crystal Reports, MS Power BI, Excel, and more while isolating those tools from changes in the underlying ERP system
Access ISAM files directly from standard off-the-shelf desktop applications such as Tableau, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Crystal Reports, and others.
Access information in SCADA systems from widely used desktop tools for reporting, analysis and application development.
Access data stored in an object-oriented database using ODBC, OLE DB, or JDBC from a Windows or UNIX client.
Ad hoc access to selected SCADA archived data from standard desktop tools without requiring customers to extract and load the data.
Select and filter large amounts of information from a web service. This enables the service to be leveraged better in future applications, a key requirement for a SOA.
Integrate existing applications with popular integration platforms from leading vendors like IBM, Oracle, webMethods, Microsoft and many others.
Modernize existing screen or terminal based applications. Allow existing modules to continue working while implementing the latest technologies and a modern interface.
Access data in a commercial SQL database (Oracle, DB2 SQL Server, Sybase, etc.) from standard desktop tools such as Crystal Reports and Microsoft Access.
Quickly integrate data from multiple sources to enable business decisions. Open up your standard applications to many data sources, including custom data.
Implement a DB2 Federated system as a virtual database with data residing in various sources and send distributed requests to multiple data sources within a single SQL statement.
Access Java and .NET application data from standard desktop reporting, analysis, and database applications.
Provide access to data in BI, EII, EAI and analytics platforms from off-the-shelf commercial tools such as Microsoft Access, Crystal Reports, Brio, Excel, and Java-based platforms
Access data in financial applications from popular reporting and analysis tools such as Microsoft Access, Excel, Brio, Crystal Reports, and from EAI/EII platforms such as WebSphere and WebLogic.
How to access Progress application data from third-party reporting and analysis tools.
Enforce a consistent level of access control across all third-party and in-house applications.
Give users access to all enterprise data without compromising security.
As part of SOA architecture, make web services available to corporate desktop applications such as reporting and analysis tools.
Support access to relational and/or proprietary databases from standard desktop tools such as Microsoft Access and Crystal Reports.
Develop a custom driver in ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET
or OLE DB
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