Resource Logic Client/Server Development Services
Downloads listed below may or may not be available. In some cases further testing suggests that
some aspect of the functionality needs to be revised. Such revisions are in the 'list of things
Resource Logic, Inc. warranties that these programs belong to the company and the company has the
right to distribute them freely. These files are hereby placed in the public domain.
Any support or customization will be provided at billing rates agreed to in advance by the
various parties. Terms of payment and cancellation are also negotiated in advance of any
commencement of work.
DISCLAIMER: The user downloads and uses these programs at their own risk. Resource Logic, Inc.
makes every reasonable effort to assure that these products are free of viruses, do not
overwrite or delete data other than what is specified, and will not cause operational failures
on the users computer. However, Resource Logic, Inc. cannot be held liable for any damages,
including consequential damages, users may incur as a result of use of these programs.
These programs should be viewed as instructional. Resource Logic, Inc. does not warranty the
program in any way, including specifically suitability for any particular purpose.
|HTML Tag Scanner||This program scans all .HTM(L) and .PHP files and stores the
file name and any text found between the <TITLE> and </TITLE> tags. This gives the user the ability
to quickly scan through all the titles in the site looking for missing titles, mislabeled
pages, or basic errors in composition.
This .ZIP file contains a brief set of instructions as a .PDF file and the Access/2000 .MDB.
|Excel Macro - Price Update||NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESENT. Some users prefer to maintain their
formal price lists in spreadsheet form, and then apply updates to a number of databases, such as
Quickbooks, MYSql, and Access. This is the case if Quickbooks is used for accounting, MYSql is
used for the eCommerce website, and Access is used for production control.
This file is an Excel spreadsheet with macro code, so it will generate alerts from anti-virus
|Quickbooks Customer and Vendor Import To Microsoft Access||NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESENT.
Quickbooks users can export a number of master files to .IIF files for integration into
other applications. This program parses the tab-separated values into columns and inserts
them into corresponding Access tables. These 'generic' tables can then be queried to update
custom written applications using subsets of the imported rows and columns.