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Commission Tracking Software for Wireless Communications and Satellite Television Resellers

Effective August 9, 2002, Automation.net has ceased its operations indefinitely. We apologize for the inconvenience and predicament that this may cause our customers who are still using our products. We understand the risks you are now being placed under without any recourse for customer support or software improvements/fixes. Intellisoft, Inc. of Florida has agreed to help our customers by providing them with a superior software solution for your wireless business needs. Intellisoft is by far, one of the largest software developers in the wireless marketplace and has been providing software solutions to cellular dealers, paging carriers, and wireless resellers for over 10 years. ManageMore Business Software can provide all the same features that Wireless Automation/Pager Automation customers have come to expect… and much more for your business. Best of all, Automation.net has worked closely with Intellisoft to provide a seamless software database conversion to ManageMore. For a limited period, Intellisoft will be offering an aggressive competitive upgrade price with data conversion included, for all Automation. Managemore.com or call 800.246.3232 and ask about the Automation. Again, we want to thank all of the thousands of customers that have bought Automation.net products over the last 10 years and hope that our solutions were able to make your business a successful one.

Keywords: [“software”,”customer”,”business”]
Source: http://automation.net

UI Automation COM-to-.NET Adapter

NET Adapter makes it possible to use the new Windows Automation API 3.0 COM interfaces, with their improved reliability and performance, while still using the same System. Automation classes as in earlier versions of UI Automation. This project makes it easier to re-use existing UI Automation managed applications, which use System. Automation classes, while also using the new UI Automation COM API available on Windows 7. This is an instance of the Adapter design pattern, wrapping one interface in terms of another to avoid having to change the usage pattern of existing code. Automation classes are documented under the UI Automation Community Promise. This implementation of those classes relies on the open specification. The implementation is as complete as possible, although some elements of the System. Automation namespace cannot be implemented in terms of the UI Automation COM API. Please see the Documentation tab for more details. If you are looking to try this out, skip to Using with a Real Project to see how to do it. The project is a reasonably complete implementation of the System. The client-side-provider classes are omitted, since they are relatively difficult to translate into the way that the COM API does it. The next step is to validate the implementation with a real UI Automation client to make sure that the end-to-end scenarios work as expected. The current code passes its unit test, but has not been used in a real-world way yet.

Keywords: [“Automation”,”classes”,”COM”]
Source: https://uiacomwrapper.codeplex.com

UI Automation COM-to-.NET Adapter

NET Adapter makes it possible to use the new Windows Automation API 3.0 COM interfaces, with their improved reliability and performance, while still using the same System. Automation classes as in earlier versions of UI Automation. This project makes it easier to re-use existing UI Automation managed applications, which use System. Automation classes, while also using the new UI Automation COM API available on Windows 7. This is an instance of the Adapter design pattern, wrapping one interface in terms of another to avoid having to change the usage pattern of existing code. Automation classes are documented under the UI Automation Community Promise. This implementation of those classes relies on the open specification. The implementation is as complete as possible, although some elements of the System. Automation namespace cannot be implemented in terms of the UI Automation COM API. Please see the Documentation tab for more details. If you are looking to try this out, skip to Using with a Real Project to see how to do it. The project is a reasonably complete implementation of the System. The client-side-provider classes are omitted, since they are relatively difficult to translate into the way that the COM API does it. The next step is to validate the implementation with a real UI Automation client to make sure that the end-to-end scenarios work as expected. The current code passes its unit test, but has not been used in a real-world way yet.

Keywords: [“Automation”,”classes”,”COM”]
Source: http://uiacomwrapper.codeplex.com

Cisco Analytics & Automation Blog

Cisco customers anticipate adding billions of new connections in the years ahead, and they are looking for intelligent networks that deliver automation, security and analytics to help them derive meaningful. As the software marketer who drove the term and successful adoption of the category, I enjoy the chance to share the Data Virtualization category story. While everyone else is enjoying summer, analysts at Gartner and Forrester are busy reporting on key data virtualization products such as the Cisco Information Server. The Cisco Data Virtualization Knowledgebase contains a range of useful content, including business and technical white papers, tutorials, tech tips, and Cisco Information Server product documentation, as well as links. Save the Children UK believes every child deserves a future, and providing the right information to decision makers, donors, fund raisers, and foundations is critical to our mission. I’m thoroughly enjoying the NBA playoffs again this year, in large part because my favorite team is once again in contention for the championship. Cisco is elevating the value of IT Ops in the digital enterprise. These 5 indicators suggested our existing data integration tools were holding us back. Ask these questions to see if you’re ready for data virtualization, then take our short assessment to find out how prepared you are. Cisco Data Virtualization assists Compassion International’s goal of helping 4 million children out of poverty.

Keywords: [“Cisco”,”Data”,”Virtualization”]
Source: http://blogs.cisco.com/analytics-automation