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 2.0 Beta Rocks -Win2000 ::
Mar 17, 2005 - 05:27 PM :: Sarexpert :: 7877 Reads ::

What You Use dotProject ForJust installed Dotproject 2.0Beta on EasyPHP Apache/PHP/MySql package running on Windows 2000. Install was a snap, and most everything works except Gantt charts! (no crash)

We tried 1.02 a while ago and it was a most but not all solution for our small engineering firm for project management, and decided to wait for the new version. 2.0 makes organizing projects so easy! We have been setting templates for our repeat jobs.

I expect that this will give us a big boost in productivity, once the database is fully built with our customer base.
I believe the Gantt Chart problem is that easyphp uses the wrong gd library.

One other problem is that you cannot delete custom fields using the application - error messages abound. You can make them, so just be sure you get them right.

We have only used the company, department, user, project, task, help and system modules. We turned off the tickets.

I encourage this combo - just remember to use myPhpAdmin to create the database before installing, and set the configuration files to point to it.

Ted Schober
Note: NOTE: Custom field deleting is something that the developer is currently looking at as a result of the beta - thanks to those that checked this brand new function out.
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