Subject Re: Re[2]: [IBO] Remote connection
Author Jason Wharton
Take the principles of what I mentioned and forget that I actually know
anything about the product you mentioned. I think I misunderstood the
product you are mentioning.
My assumptions about it appear to be falsely based.

Jason Wharton
CPS - Mesa AZ

-- We may not have it all together --
-- But together we have it all --

----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Rail" <daniel@...>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2003 10:54 PM
Subject: Re[2]: [IBO] Remote connection

> Hi,
> > The not so fun part about it is you still have all the chatter of a
> > client/server application.
> > Not that I am trying to do myself out of any business but you really
> > look at something that will have the middle layer on a remote machine
> > than two layers together in your client.
> Actually kbmMW is a replacement for MIDAS and a competitor to ASTA.
> We are using kbmMW in a project right now, where we have 2 different
> interfaces, one is a thin-client in Windows and the other is an ISAPI
> for the web. And, they both connect to the same middle layer. And,
> that middle layer is configured in a way that the back-end can be
> Firebird or MS-SQL(project specs) and the end-user don't even know it.
> > IBO is great for two tier stuff but if you are going to go multi-tier
> > by all means leverage it to the fullest and push all your raw database
> > access away from your client. This is much better scalability as well as
> > security.
> I totally agree. kbmMW also supports encryption and compression,
> which is nice.
> > There is a product called RemObjects, a Project Dionysus member that I
> > you should take a look at. Please take the link off my home page and
> > the product information.
> Unfortunately, when we were looking at n-tier components(10 months
> ago), I wasn't aware of RemObjects.
> Daniel Rail
> Senior System Engineer
> ACCRA Group Inc. (
> ACCRA Med Software Inc. (