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English: I'm specialized in the end-to-end integration between popular open source e-commerce solutions, such as nopCommerce, osCommerce, OpenCart, PrestaShop und Magento Commerce and Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) ERP System. With our connectors and add-ons for Microsoft Dynamics NAV it is possible to sync customer, order, item, payment and shipping information bi-directionally in realtime between the systems.

German: Ich bin spezialisiert auf die Integration von bekannten Open Source E-Commerce Lösungen wie nopCommerce, osCommerce, OpenCart, PrestaShop und Magento Commerce in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Mit unserem Connector für Microsoft Dynamics NAV können Kundendaten, Bestelldaten und Artikeldaten wie auch Zahlungsmethoden/Zahlungsarten und Lieferinformationen zwischen den Systemen bidirektional und in Echtzeit automatisch ausgetauscht (synchronisiert) werden. Specialties

Open Source E-Commerce Integration, Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision), Magento Connector for Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision), nopCommerce Connector for Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision)


Dec
27
comment How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
Thanks for your answer. I'm also using WCF through Named Pipes. Unfortunately, WCF Data Services works only over http :-/
Dec
27
comment How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
haha! thanks :-)
Dec
21
comment How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
ok, thanks for the additional info!
Dec
20
comment How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
Thanks a lot for your answer and the comments. So, what about this solution: I create a VS Solution with 3 projects: 1) Class Library Project for the back end which has no GUI, 2) a Windows Service Project which implements/runs the assembly from the Class Library Project and exposes a WCF Data Service for the GUI and 3) a WPF GUI Project which implements/runs the assembly (using late binding) from the Class Library directly on a PC OR it connects to the Windows Service using WCF if installed on a Server. Would this work?
Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
Interesting! Thanks for your answer :-)
Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
Fortunately, in my case storage space is not a problem :-)
Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
hmm, I can see the problem :-/ I think, as long as it's not obvious, only the copyright owner can see a copyright infringement. Format: The exchanged files are a) only simple text files (no markup or header data, just plain text) and b) jpg/png pictures.
Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
Thanks for the answer. Similar to Bitcoin, there are some reasons why my app can't have a centralized architecture. The "problem" in my p2p-app is, that at the moment every peer acts like a router: it automatically receives and forwards data.
Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner Thanks for your comment, very good points. My definition of inappropriate (or wrong) content for the moment is a) copyrighted content and b) if a piece of content is "tagged" wrong, for example if the "Anarchist's Cookbook" is tagged by the sharer as a "children book"
Jul
19
comment How can a Silverlight app talk to another app on a Mac?
ok, thanks, so the solution in my case would be: build an ObjC app which opens a socket, starts the SL app and then runs hidden in the background. The SL app can then connect to the ObjC using sockets :-)
Jul
19
comment How can a Silverlight app talk to another app on a Mac?
@S.Lott Thanks for the link but in my view it is not exactly the same question (see my comment below) and it is not yet answered.
Jul
19
comment How can a Silverlight app talk to another app on a Mac?
Thanks for your answer and yes: Some kind of an interprocess communication mechanism is what I mean. As I understand, Silverlight on a Mac can only connect to sockets but not open it. So the solution would be to write an Objective-C app which opens a socket and the SL app could then connect to it. Would this be possible?
Jul
19
comment How can a Silverlight app talk to another app on a Mac?
I'm looking for a solution/workaround for the missing p/invoke feature of Silverlight on the Mac.