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- SVAS ModTrack
is a Visual Foxpro 6.0 (source-code available) solution for keeping track
of modifications to software systems.
is designed to be used by either a source-code application dealer/modifier
(such as an ACCPAC/SBT or Accountmate dealer) or directly by end-users.
- Fully multi-user
(with no user limit), ModTrack provides much-needed automation support for
the usual time-consuming tasks of documenting and keeping track of modifications
to critical business systems.
Copyright 2001 by Silicon
Valley Accounting Systems
projects are color-coded both on-screen and on reports as to status
- yellow for active, blue for on-hold, grey for completed/closed.
projects can be filtered by either client, system or status.
Project records are used to store the global information for a modification
project - information such as the business reason for a mod, the person
who requested it, who it was assigned to, etc.
Projects can be linked to one or more Modified Items; this
is managed in a separate Modified Items screen that stays in sync
with the main Modification Project window:
information on each modified item can be stored, including technical
notes. Items can also be checked-out
while being worked on; this serves to warn others that an item is
currently being modified for a project.
comments can be imported directly from the modified files:
- A specific
item or all modified items for a given Modification Project can be
viewed in the Item Viewer window:
runs directly on the Windows desktop; dynamic screen object resizing
is used to take full advantage of today's higher-resolution screens.
features full MDI functionality; all major windows can be open and
will operate independently on the desktop.
view - full size
and Detail Issue reports provided, with full dynamic color-coding
to take advantage of modern color printers (backward compatible with
regular black-and-white printers).
98, NT 4.0 or Windows 2000.
PC, 64MB or more of RAM recommended.