VMT (formerly Vehicle Maintenance Tracker) tracks the maintenance of multiple properties. Property can include vehicles, boats, planes, buildings, etc. This project is comparible to Auto-Do-It. Since this program uses Java, it is cross-platform.
|Tags||Information Management Database Office/Business Utilities Other/Nonlisted Topic|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release corrects truncated labels, verifies the correct format and composition of decimal fields, formats decimal fields before saving/closing windows, and makes the report editor clear data after closing files.
Release Notes: The most noticeable addition is the Report Generator. The minor changes include preliminary work on internationalizing the decimal notation, repairing the version checker, allowing multiple line selections for the Select Services (Maintenance Editor) and Available Services (Schedule Editor), the allowance of only one line for the Selected Services (Schedule Editor), and a few minor instances of code cleanup.
Release Notes: There is one minor bug addressed in this release that the vast majority of users will not probably not encounter before the next significant release. The bug prevents archiving a property (that is not the first or last) when more than two properties exist.
Release Notes: This release fixed a mistake in file conversion that lost the comments for each property, the inability to add a new property to an existing file, and the inability to add a new fuel or maintenance record at the end of the list. The fuel log (if open or minimized) is now brought to the front after closing a fuel editor.
Release Notes: The two main changes in this release are the ability to archive a property to a separate file and remove all unused services and vendors. There are several bugfixes and some user functionality improvements.