[jp] Interoperability

Karl Schmidt karl at xtronics.com
Mon Jan 17 22:32:08 EST 2005

I've been looking into different ways to marry programs in Linux to each 
other (including j-pilot) and now see a common problem with several 
programs. To let a mail client see the addresses in jpilot it seems that 
a common database (say my-sql) needs to be used. The missing part is a 
standard way to store things.

What I imagine is a database that has notes, address records, calender 
info -- but not only that but the same data base would have your email 
messages in it, bookmarks, accounting data base (so they share the same 
address records) etc. I'm thinking that someone else must be going down 
these roads.

A for instance - if jpilot used a database to store the records one 
could  share that information via a web application. One's secretary 
could add appointments from anywhere there was a browser.

Web apps have limitations but they work well enough for the many using 
yahoo for their email.

How does j-pilot store its data? Has anyone thought of making it work 
online with a data-base?

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