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Inventory Management Software

Inventory Management Software is a Web-based tool that makes it easy to keep your inventory accurate from any location. It supports multiple users and inventory transaction logging.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Jun 2006 09:22

    Release Notes: Some minor problems found in the library files for the inventory system were fixed.

    •  08 May 2006 08:37

      Release Notes: This release updates the documentation to make the database setup portion clearer.

      •  07 Mar 2006 11:26

        Release Notes: This release updates a few sections of the install documentation.

        •  24 Jan 2006 11:05

          Release Notes: Some minor bugfixes were made in the library framework for the inventory system.

          •  07 Dec 2005 14:44

            Release Notes: This release has some minor updates to the library file for the inventory system.

            Recent comments

            04 Oct 2007 19:52 dstsai

            Re: Not running well


            >

            > % Dear All,

            > %

            > % I am running Apache 2 and PHP 5 on a

            > % windows XP system.

            > %

            > % I am constantly getting errors

            > % "[Sat Oct 29 03:39:31 2005]

            > [error]

            > % [client 127.0.0.1] PHP Notice:

            > % Undefined index: NAME in C:\\Program

            > % Files\\Apache

            > %

            > Group\\Apache2\\htdocs\\inventory-software\\lib\\config.php

            > % on line 108, referer:

            > %

            > http://localhost/inventory-software/index.php?sub=products&action=details&section=1&product_id=2&returnurl=%252Finventory-software%252Findex.php%253Fsub%253Dproducts

            > % [Sat Oct 29 03:39:31 2005] [error]

            > % [client 127.0.0.1] PHP Notice:

            > % Undefined variable: type in

            > C:\\Program

            > % Files\\Apache

            > %

            > Group\\Apache2\\htdocs\\inventory-software\\lib\\database.php

            > % on line 67, referer:

            > %

            > http://localhost/inventory-software/index.php?sub=products&action=details&section=1&product_id=2&returnurl=%252Finventory-software%252Findex.php%253Fsub%253Dproducts"

            > % in teh apache error logs.

            > % Over and above whenever I come to

            > % "add new transaction" the

            > date

            > % field is filled with the literal

            > % "{NAME}".

            > %

            > % Has anybody encountered this and if

            > so

            > % what was done?

            > %

            > % Thanks and regards,

            > %

            > % E

            >

            >

            > I had the same problem with just about

            > every server program I ran on my local

            > host machine. I ended up fixing the

            > error by commenting out a line (Can't

            > remember off hand) in the common.php to

            > take care of the fsputcsv. It nullified

            > the date once I did that, but made the

            > script somewhat workable. It took me

            > about 1 month of off an on tinkering,

            > but got it to work with the "Appserve"

            > webserver this way.

            >

            > On the other hand though, I was able to

            > get the script to work w/o modifications

            > on my debian hosted server out on the

            > WWW.

            >

            This took me a few days to figure out:

            You'll need to modify the following lines in lib/html.php

            if (is_array($extra_vars[$key])) {

            $repl_array = array_merge($repl_array,$extra_vars[$key]); }

            /* In the above "is_array($extra_vars)" got changed to "is_array($extra_vars[$key])" by Derek Tsai,

            $repl_array kept getting NULL'ed due to array_merge with a NULL variable */

            31 Oct 2006 10:41 kcnelson

            Re: Author not responding to emails anymore?


            > What does one do to get an answer from

            > the programmer?

            >

            >

            > I sent an email out a week ago and

            > haven't heard anything. I wish to be

            > able to sort the inventory by the

            > product number in the product page. It

            > is not in the code, but need to know if

            > this can be added.

            >

            >

            Hmmm..Must be a DEAD PROJECT! No answer even to this! BEWARE! No support whatsoever!!!!

            25 Oct 2006 13:27 kcnelson

            Author not responding to emails anymore?
            What does one do to get an answer from the programmer?

            I sent an email out a week ago and haven't heard anything. I wish to be able to sort the inventory by the product number in the product page. It is not in the code, but need to know if this can be added.

            19 Oct 2006 11:08 kcnelson

            Re: Not running well


            > Dear All,

            >

            > I am running Apache 2 and PHP 5 on a

            > windows XP system.

            >

            > I am constantly getting errors

            > "[Sat Oct 29 03:39:31 2005] [error]

            > [client 127.0.0.1] PHP Notice:

            > Undefined index: NAME in C:\\Program

            > Files\\Apache

            > Group\\Apache2\\htdocs\\inventory-software\\lib\\config.php

            > on line 108, referer:

            > http://localhost/inventory-software/index.php?sub=products&action=details&section=1&product_id=2&returnurl=%252Finventory-software%252Findex.php%253Fsub%253Dproducts

            > [Sat Oct 29 03:39:31 2005] [error]

            > [client 127.0.0.1] PHP Notice:

            > Undefined variable: type in C:\\Program

            > Files\\Apache

            > Group\\Apache2\\htdocs\\inventory-software\\lib\\database.php

            > on line 67, referer:

            > http://localhost/inventory-software/index.php?sub=products&action=details&section=1&product_id=2&returnurl=%252Finventory-software%252Findex.php%253Fsub%253Dproducts"

            > in teh apache error logs.

            > Over and above whenever I come to

            > "add new transaction" the date

            > field is filled with the literal

            > "{NAME}".

            >

            > Has anybody encountered this and if so

            > what was done?

            >

            > Thanks and regards,

            >

            > E

            I had the same problem with just about every server program I ran on my local host machine. I ended up fixing the error by commenting out a line (Can't remember off hand) in the common.php to take care of the fsputcsv. It nullified the date once I did that, but made the script somewhat workable. It took me about 1 month of off an on tinkering, but got it to work with the "Appserve" webserver this way.

            On the other hand though, I was able to get the script to work w/o modifications on my debian hosted server out on the WWW.

            12 Feb 2006 12:10 rahji

            looks good so far
            I installed this and played around with it a little bit. I too see the php notices and warnings in the log. Without having checked it out yet, I'm sure it's something that's easily fixed and given the frequent updates here I'm sure the author is on top of it. I don't think the few problems warrant the negative comments here - this guy is putting this software out there for free. Maybe an offer to help him troubleshoot the problems would be more constructive. With that said, download this only if you don't mind chasing down a couple minor problems in the source and dealing with the lack of documentation. I somehow managed to download it and get it working in a matter of 10 minutes so easy on the flames. Good work so far.

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