Friends Don’t Let Friends Use FastForms Date Fields

Over the past year I have become quite proficient using FastForms to customize Made2Manage screens and adding functionality to the core product.

However, FastForms has significant problems and drawbacks including:

The FastForms editor has a clunky, unintuitive interface.
Stability problems abound in both the FastForms screen and with it’s functionality in M2M.
Tab Indexes, the order […]

Choosing a Made2Manage Consultant

The Bobs – Office Space

As I mentioned in my first post I’ve been working as a Made2Manage Administrator for more than 10 years. However, even if you’ve been one of my regular readers, you may not be aware that I’ve also been an independent consultant for the last several years as […]

Please Santa, Can I Have an Error Log in a SQL Table for Christmas.

A Christmas Story

At the time of this writing, the M2M error log is still being kept in a text file, not surprisingly called error.log. I understand that this is probably the most expedient way for M2M to capture it. I suspect it’s a lot easier code-wise to simply append […]

Inquiring Minds Want to Know About your use of FastForms

I’m trying to determine which M2M topics you folks want to read about. We can all use VBA, but since FastForms is an optional module less people may be interested in reading about it.

Please specify your level of interest in M2M FastForms.

I own FastForms and […]

Dark Helmet’s Approach to Project Management.

Spaceballs, the classic film co-written, directed by, and starring Mel Brooks, is one of my favorite of all time. It has a star-studded cast, makes fun of a film genre that is near and dear to my heart, and has so many memorable moments and soundbites. Anyway, I watched it again the […]

“Don’t Panic!” A FastForms/VBA project goes awry….

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, which was a radio show back in the 70’s, is near and dear to the hearts of many geeks. It branched out into many forms, including books and video games, over the years. What I remember most fondly is the Commodore 64 […]