[Flask] Advice on best way :
linux4ms at gmail.com
Thu Sep 26 07:16:12 EDT 2019
I'm doing it as am employee of the court system.
I've done this things in the past (Over 30 years experience), so not a
I've got as many years source code of 4Gl systems, COBOL systems, client /
server systems in my stash, all of them GASPI / GAAP compliant, so, I've got
the road maps.
Already, I've generated the Postgres DB, by writing python programs that
scrapped a lot of schema / file layouts and taken the best of all worlds.
It's all "multi company' (multiple location). Most of the stuff we are
doing will probably go back up to the GIT repos for others to use.
LOL, I can pretty much tell you how posting / and distributions to GL /
Fund / Org need to be done by memory alone, so figuring out the
business logic is easy.
It's NOW figuring out that (coming froma client / server , 4GL environment)
you are MAINLY programming the BROWSER, and not so much
actual user interface, so I'm learning a lot.
Yeah, I know , It's a BIG task, but at the risk of sounding egotistical ,
it really isn't that big of a deal ...
DBA / Chief Software Architect
Mississippi State Supreme Court
Electronic Filing Division
On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 4:47 AM Jonathan Chen <tamasiaina at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Ben,
> I have dealt with implementing an ERP System in the past (Oracle
> E-Business Suite). There are some things though that depend on the scope of
> the project. I'll be honest though depending on how large the project is
> and how many people will be interacting with it, it could take a long time
> to develop this system. If you have to deal with legacy data as well it can
> add more time to it depending on how clean the data is. The key thing
> though is that there should be good documentation on how to use and develop
> the system. Are you a company building the software for the Courts or do
> you work for the Chancery Courts? I'm free to talk on a private basis as
> ~Jonathan C.
> On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 10:03 PM Gergely Polonkai <gergely at polonkai.eu>
>> What you outlined here /is/ a full fledged ERP system. Without the actual
>> requirement list itʼs somewhat impossible to devise anything. You should
>> find a trustworthy software architect to do it. And that ainʼt cheap,
>> especially given that this is for some government thingie (most people will
>> double their price for govts).
>> So if you need true advice here, youʼd better share the full requirements
>> list which might even be illegal depending on your contract. If you donʼt
>> have that, i think you shouldnʼt start the project.
>> On Wed, 25 Sep 2019, 21:02 Ben Duncan, <linux4ms at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Ok, have all my session, wtf_forms, libraries all sorted as well as some
>>> nice macros for the templates, now seeking advice to build this whole
>>> It is basically a full fledged Accounting system (AR / AP / GL / OE /IV
>>> / PR / PO ) fronted by a some very specific Court front ends (fees. fines,
>>> restitution ) for the Criminal / Civil side and then some stuff latter to
>>> deal with the Chancery Courts.
>>> It's going to be quite large, probably with a few hundred web pages ,
>>> with interfacing with all the systems (Think ERP) with drill downs all the
>>> way back to the originating document.
>>> Any advice on how to structure, what next I need to read, design
>>> considerations or any other adice this group can give me, would be
>>> Thanks ...
>>> *Ben Duncan*
>>> DBA / Chief Software Architect
>>> Mississippi State Supreme Court
>>> Electronic Filing Division
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