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phpInv

phpInv is a small yet highly configurable inventory script written in PHP with a MySQL backend. It features unlimited categories, unlimited depth of sub-categories, customizable columns per category, an administration control panel, access permissions (user and group), easy configuration, a template system, and searching.

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  •  03 Feb 2003 17:32

    Release Notes: The program now works with the PHP option register_globals=Off. A copy category feature was added. The ability to export data from a category as a text file was added. A problem with broken categories after editing columns was fixed. It is now possible to set the number of entries that will be displayed per page. A feature for copying entries within a category is now available.

    •  12 Oct 2002 01:47

      Release Notes: Speed measurement and editing entries after adding new columns have been fixed. Displayorder for columns has been added.

      •  12 May 2002 15:59

        Release Notes: User to group assignment has been fixed.

        •  12 Apr 2002 22:18

          Release Notes: A fix for an inability to log in by any browser whose useragent was greater than 50 chars.

          •  26 Mar 2002 19:08

            Release Notes: Statistics about script usage will now only use the last 500 values for images instead of all of them. Guest permissions are working, and there is PHPH 4.0.6 compatibility.

            Recent comments

            08 May 2005 08:37 specialmonkey

            Nice work!
            Stefan, I needed a program to keep track of available items for sale - keeping track of which items are available and which are already sold. Your program was the best I could find. It's very good work.

            The paging mechanism did not seem to work for me (just stays on the same page) so I increased the limit instead of trying to fix. Also, I wonder is there a way to get rid of the session hash in the URL? It's ugly! I had the occasional error with export to csv, and stats did not seem to work, despite debug off, and stats on (though who needs stats really?), etc.

            It would also be nice to bulk import inventory (though the copy function is nice). I had to do this instead with nasty SQL given the related fk joined tables, and their numeric identifiers (which were a little painful for my feeble mind to figure out).

            Thanks for the program, with a few refinements, this could be perfect. I hope you or someone will continue. Regards, SM

            23 Feb 2002 13:13 jaaf

            Please keep up the good work!
            Hopefully you'll develop this software until a stable release.

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