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>>Further,Ron, I like the taxonomy you are using.>>>>Phil>>Thanks Phil, did you mean terminology?:-)In this case, taxonomy is more precise...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taxonomy"Taxonomy is the practice and science of classification.""For example, car is a subtype of vehicle. So any car is also a vehicle, but not every vehicle is a car. So, a thing needs to satisfy more constraints to be a car than to be a vehicle."


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Thanks Andre, the CX2.0 is under development but feature rich takes a loooott of time:-)


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"Taxonomy is the practice and science of classification."Ha ha, boy do I feel stupid. Never heard that term...:-eek Should have done a lookup. ummm, I'll just shuffle on out the door now:-lol


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>Ron,>>I applaud you and Eaglesoft for being willing to make such>clear statements as to compatibility and plans for>compatibility and hope other 3PDs follow your lead. Further, I>like the taxonomy you are using.>>PhilYes, Ron, and if you want to keep your customers happy along with the devs, please make sure to keep SP1 compatibility, at least for all the products that had been released or were in development before the SP2 release.Thanks,Dirk.

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Thanks! Just trying to help the community and by extension our customers:-)


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>Thanks! Just trying to help the community and by extension>our customers:-)>Yeh, right, I'm quite happy with what I bought from Eaglesoft for my money.

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>"Taxonomy is the practice and science of classification.">>Ha ha, boy do I feel stupid. Never heard that term...:-eek>Should have done a lookup. ummm, I'll just shuffle on out the>door now:-lol Well, it isn't your fault that your Confederate school taught agronomy instead of taxonomy..." :-outta


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"Well, it isn't your fault that your Confederate school taught agronomy instead of taxonomy..."Unless southern Illinois was considered a part of the Confederacy that couldn't apply. While I admit that Illinois is an agricultural state I must say that I was never exposed to the term taxonomy until this thread.Oh well, if it's good for us to learn something new every day then this has been good for me. The interesting part for me is that I was practicing the science of classificatation without knowing the formal term:-)Ok, back on track and here's wishing everyone a Happy New Year!:-)


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