anyInventory, a Web-based inventory system, has been rewritten using the PEAR DB abstraction layer in order to add support for Oracle (oci8) databases. XML export support has been removed, but the barcode/label system has seen a tremendous upgrade thanks to user Steven Ball. The storage for uploaded files has been moved to the database rather than the item_files folder in order to simplify the installation, and all bugs submitted into the SourceForge bug tracker have been fixed.... read more
The second release candidate for anyInventory 2.0 has been released. All of the bugs that were submitted for 2.0rc1 and 1.9.2 have been fixed in this release, along with some general upgrades for the users section. All users of 2.0rc1 are encouraged to upgrade to 2.0rc2.
anyInventory has been rewritten using the PEAR DB abstraction layer in order to add support for Oracle (oci8) databases. XML export support has been removed, but the barcode/label system has seen a tremendous upgrade thanks to user Steven Ball. Lots of small bugs have been fixes, and the storage for uploaded files has been moved to the database rather than the item_files folder in order to simplify the installation.... read more
Version 1.9.1 of anyInventory, a Web-based inventory system, has been released. This version contains fixes for several serious bugs present in 1.9, some of which made the application unusable for some people. Users of any previous versions are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
The code for deletion of files, items, and categories has been completely re-written, which should solve the problem of orphaned files and items. Also, all of the patches listed on the SourceForge patch page have been incorporated as well.... read more
Version 1.9 of anyInventory, a flexible Web-based inventory system, has been released. This version has several new features:
* Item associations. You can now create a field that is populated by links to all of the items in the inventory.
* WYSIWYG editor. For text fields longer than 255 characters, a WYSIWYG editor is provided for adding or editing text.
* Alert expirations. You can now specify an ending date for an alert.... read more
Version 1.8 of anyInventory, a Web-based inventory system, has been released. Brand new features in this version include the following:
An entirely new user/password system, which allows for creating users with customizable permission levels for the different sections of anyInventory. Both the administration section and the display section can now be password-protected.
Due to popular demand, the auto-incrementing field can now be customized and turned on or off for each category.... read more
anyInventory is a customizable inventory system that can be tailored by the user to track any type of product. Features include user-defined fields and categories, advanced search, and file uploads; demo version at http://anyinventory.sourceforge.net/
Version 1.7.1 of anyInventory, a Web-based inventory system, has been released. Brand new user-requested features in this version include the ability to highlight fields, the addition of an auto-incrementing field, automatic hiding of the administration links from unauthorized users, and an improved quick search. ... read more
The development team of anyInventory, a flexible Web-based inventory system, is pleased to announce the release of version 1.7. This release is by far the most stable release yet, as all known major bugs have been fixed. Additionally, four new features have been added: thumbnailing and local storage of images added by URL (when the libcURL library is installed); built-in password protection of the admin directory (optional); multiple-category alerts; and a brand-new, cleaner, easier-to-use layout. It is strongly recommended that anyone using a previous version of anyInventory upgrade to version 1.7.... read more
The team working on anyInventory, an extremely flexible Web-based inventory system, is proud to announce the release of version 1.6. Improvements have been made to the alerts functionality as well as the file upload and remote file functions. Also, many bugs have been found and fixed. For all those interested, there is a demo version located at the anyInventory homepage: http://anyinventory.sourceforge.net/
The team working on anyInventory, a Web-based inventory system written in PHP and powered by MySQL, is proud to announce the release of version 1.5. New in this version is the ability to create barcode labels from the fields of the items in the inventory; also present in this release are several important fixes for bugs present in versions 1.4 and 1.4.1. Try out the demo before downloading: http://anyinventory.sourceforge.net/
anyInventory 1.4.1, a flexible Web-based inventory system, has been released; this release has many fixes for bugs that appeared in version 1.3 and 1.4. Speed and efficiency has been increased due to some changes to the fundamental classes of anyInventory. It is recommended that anyone using a previous version upgrade to anyInventory 1.4.1. New users can try the demo at http://anyinventory.sourceforge.net/ before downloading.
anyInventory 1.4 has been released. This release's main new feature is alerts, which allow you to have anyInventory notify you when certain pre-defined conditions arise. For a working demo, check out the homepage at http://anyinventory.sourceforge.net/
anyInventory 1.3 has been released, and now supports multiple-category search. Additionally, this release has a cleaner layout, valid HTML, and some changes to make it more user-friendly. Check out the home page and demo version at http://anyinventory.sourceforge.net/
Version 1.2 of anyInventory, the most customizable inventory system on the Web, has been released. New features include an improved search capability and the ability to associate remote files with an inventoried item. Check out a test version at the anyInventory homepage: http://anyinventory.sf.net/ .
This release marks the first public offering of anyInventory, the Web's most flexible inventory system. Features include categories and subcategories, user-defined fields, file uploads, and advanced search functionality. Read the documentation - http://anyinventory.sf.net/aI/docs/ - for more details, or try out the test version - http://anyinventory.sf.net/aI/ - to see for yourself!
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