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steliosx
Dear all,

Since im not particularly involved in computing from the technical aspect, apart from using my Z, I would like your help on this matter:

(INTRODUCTION: In my company department (business development department) we are four guys working together on several projects, and all of us own a Z, 5500's now and ready to upgrade to c860's.)

I would like to keep a small database of, say 10 thematic categories (like client A, client B, C and so forth), and then appoint a couple of To-Dos under each category (plain text, like: "George made a phone call RE: this client and all is good now" OR "contact John asap" etc).

This is the first part.

Then, when we meet at the office, I would like to be able to synchronise the master db with each associate's Z, so that we are all up to date.

We could have IQNotes probably with a desktop counterpart? or maybe Ko/Pi will suffice with its ToDo Functionality and Win32 Ko/Pi?

anybody tried something else that worked good?

PS - If there was also an encryption facility for those sensitive files inside our Z's, it would be really good.

Thank you very much for taking the time to read this and any help suggested!
ArchiMark
steliosx,

You might check out Project Professional app by GRN Consulting...

They have version that runs on Z and PC....

http://grnconsulting.com/

I've found the developer to be very responsive....

HTH,

Mark
steliosx
Thanks for your reply my friend ArchiMark

basically im looking for something quite trivial, we wouldnt need such advanced capabilities (gantt chart and the like), as there are older guys who need to use it so a basic requirement is to stick to the basics, simple and clean like IQnotes or StageOne.

Thanks again!
orion
QUOTE(steliosx @ Feb 17 2005, 12:32 PM)
Thanks for your reply my friend ArchiMark

basically im looking for something quite trivial, we wouldnt need such advanced capabilities (gantt chart and the like), as there are older guys who need to use it so a basic requirement is to stick to the basics, simple and clean like IQnotes or StageOne.

Thanks again!
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Google prozect.
bluedevils
kopi's todo should do with the sub-todos. You can even set due dates, start times, and categories. If you just want a database like app, there is portabase. And then there's clivel's safedee encrypted database.....I believe it has a pc version.
ensign
steliosx

I think Elog might be the software you want. I have just installed it and it has the potential of doing what you want. Infact it is a brilliant program. check out. https://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=10748

thanks.
steliosx
thank you all very much for the feedback

well, ensign my friend elog looks very promising indeed!

do you know on the server side (Elog server) which are the requirements? i suppose a LAMP server will be ok? (Linux Apache Mysql Php)..

Will try and install it today..
ensign
steliosx,
The elog application has a built-in web server. You do not need any other application to use it. Just point your internet browser at your http://localhost:<port> (port is usually 8080) and off you go.

All you need to do is to configure your elogd.cfg file to suit your requirement. check for http://midas.psi.ch/elog/ for more info. The "how it works" section in http://midas.psi.ch/elog/adminguide.html#tech tells you all you need to know about "how it works" smile.gif
Enjoy.
bluedevils
hmmm...this elog looks interesting. I'll have to try it out on the 6000
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