Infor announced that M3 13.3 is now generally available. Noticeable for me are:
- Documentation available online at docs.infor.com
- SSH FTP (SFTP) channel available for M3 Enterprise Collaborator (MEC)
- New richer F4-browse selectors
- M3 now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and PostgreSQL
- New M3 API available to query Custom Lists (CMS015)
- New techniques to avoid modifications
For more details, visit the Infor M3 page on the Infor Sales Portal.
This blog passed 128,000 views! Thank you for your readership and participation, it wouldn’t be possible without you. To celebrate, I setup a new theme with the search bar at the top to find content quicker, and I upgraded the WordPress plan to adjust the font size and remove the ads. I will also write shorter posts. Now, come write the next great post with us 🙂
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Thank you all for being part of this community. /Thibaud
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 49,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 18 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Click here to see the complete report.
Open Access Week is less than a month away! Now in its eighth year, Open Access Week is an international event that celebrates the wide-ranging benefits of enabling open access to information and research–as well as the dangerous costs of keeping knowledge…
I will be at Inforum 2014 next week. I will demo my Google Glass app with M3 picking lists. Come check it out at the M3 Labs booth in The Hub area. I will be with Marie-Pascale Authié and Peter A Johansson of Infor GDE Demo Services. My contact info is here.
Please join this campaign! I am collecting signatures for a petition to Infor Product Development for making their source code available.
I believe it is important for users, customers, partners and employees to be able to study the source code of the software they use most of their day, for testing, debugging, troubleshooting, support, and enhancement purposes. Infor Product Development already makes the source code of M3 Java programs available under certain license restrictions; fantastic. Now let’s petition them for doing the same with other great products such as Infor Smart Office, Infor Grid, Infor Process Automation, M3 Web Services, Customer Lifecycle Management, etc.
Please sign the petition.