Anybody Using Qlickview?

Dashboards are a hot topic these days and I need to investigate the available options. I had a Qlickview demonstration in person, but I’d like to talk to any of you who are using it.

So, are any of you folks using it? Would you mind telling me your opinions of the product?


You’ve Just Taken Your First Step Into a Larger World

I love learning new things.

I couldn’t help but in a small way feel like Luke Skywalker when he first felt the force. I’ve been trying to get access to a SQL 2008 Server for the longest time, and it’s finally happened. I wrote and published my first SQL […]

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 […]

Well, We’re Movin’ on Up. M2M Migration

Movin’ on Up.

In a previous post, I indicated that I would post my migration procedures. Made2Manage offers instructions to set up a test server and basic migration directions, but they don’t offer recommendations of what exactly should be tested during migrations. This is unfortunate, because only they know where […]

I, for One, Welcome Our New .Net Overlords (Reporting)

In a previous post I recommended the use of Crystal Reports and listed some of the advantages of doing so. One of the primary reasons I am looking forward to the Made2Manage .Net future is my fervent hope that VFP Reporting will go away. Visual FoxPro reporting must die. In this […]

You keep using that report… I do not think it means what you think it means.

The other day, a Made2Manage user who worked in production called me because he had a problem with one of his jobs, as it was not showing up on the Work In Process Report (RPWIP). The report description is as follows:

The Work In Process Report reflects the current value of charges that have […]