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OpenSLIM & NMTools v2.8b0

A new release is finally here! You can download the latest bits on the Download Section as usual.

Changes on OpenSLIM:

  • Added Basic Node Security Management.
  • Improved Service Issue Management.
  • Improved Progress Management usability and reliability.
  • Added Printable Progress Report.
  • Added LastUpdateDate automatic detection and field update on every form.
  • Added new quick reports.
  • Improved usability on Tasks & Issues Management.
  • Added new fields: CorporateCMDBLastUpdateDate, RiskTypes

Changes on NMTools:

  • Corrected database storage issues.

I must confess that I am becoming quite dependent on this tool. Anyway, next releases may include some of the following features:

  • NTools: post processing
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More on OpenSLIM and NMTools…

Wow! What an intense week! It's being pretty hard to keep with regular postings. Obviously, working 12 hours a day doesn't help at all, but projects keep progressing successfully :D.

A new version of OpenSLIM and NMTools, v2.7b0, has been released last week. Version 2.8b0 is now on the way!. NMTools have reached a usable state thanks to a contribution from JJ who helped on resolving the last major issue. I am also introducing more Reports to the current OpenSLIM catalog; new UI for Contacts Management; some minor improvements on Tasks and Progress Management, etc.

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OpenSLIM & NMTools v2.6b0

I still can't believe it… I will end my holidays with major milestones complete!

Of course, to ship is to choose, and there are details on this beta release that need further testing and may need to be fixed. This is specially true when we talk about NMTools, the newest piece on this little puzzle.

OpenSLIM is an MS Access application and I've been running its previous versions for the last 6 months. Currently, I am handling more than 1000 Nodes on more than 80 Services with it and, in my opinion, behaves fairly well. On future versions, I ...

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