In a message dated 3/29/2004 3:15:09 PM Eastern Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] 

> I don't really know what you are after with the 
> "integration" requiring an
> object.  Can you be more specific?
> Regards,
> Jim

"Integrate" as a verb I think applies to mathematics.
But if I say "My software integrates well"  I think most people would think
A) you have math software ?
B) Your English is bad?

"Integrate" in this sense requires a "with" and then an object with which it 
integrates.  In other words "My software integrates well with SAP", not just "My 
software integrates well".  Unless of course you are a salesman who was merely told to 
repeat that line and hope no one calls you out on it.

Will "Calling you Out" Johnson
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