Scans local area network for all IP addresses in use, and shows the host name, if available.
Save list results to an excel file format.
Last update 6/2023
Intended to be a portable .net app, that obtains all IP addresses in use from the local network. The IP list also includes the devices host name, if one is available. I’m also working on displaying the IP state (DHCP or static) as well, but that is proving to be a little more challenging than expected. The list can also be save in the standard excel format. No installation needed, simply unzip the file in a directory of your choosing, and run the executable.
I have a client with the need to perform inventory on the merchandise out on the store floor. Granted, their database has ‘Quantity on Hand’. But, what’s in the database and what’s on the floor, can be two different things. The basic concept was… Using a SurfacePro (or anything equal) and a basic Symbol barcode scanner. Scan the barcode, contact the database for item description, QOH and any other info they wanted, then just enter the item count. Since the process can stretch into days, we used a SQLite database to keep a running count of the items every time they were scanned. When done for the day, just close the program. When the program is opened again, it will be right where you left off. After completing the inventory, the list can be saved to an Excel file format for .
This app is configured specifically for the client. So, it’s not going to work as expected if someone tries to download it. If you’re interested in something similar, contact us for details.
Platform – Windows, .Net Desktop Runtime 6.x
Database – Connects to RetailPro’s Oracle database and contains a built-in SQLite database for the scanning. Since the db connection libraries are included with the app, no ODBC connectors are required.
Written for a local city court to access their warrant database easily from within the office and remotely. Works in conjunction with the warrant importer app that connects to the local Microsoft SQL and then imports that data into an external MySql database to access.
An app developed with LaMarKa for creating the Certificate of Analysis. This connects to a MySql database and generates a printable COA as well as updating a database accessible via the web site for their users.
This is an inventory app written for Microsoft surface tablets that LMK was using for offsite inventory management. Contacts a MySql database for the required inventory via the internet. Once the user gets the required inventory, no internet is required. The user can now take the inventory count in areas that a wifi signal might be week. Once done, the user saves the results and can submit them once wifi is re-established.
Operator can use a barcode scanner for quick entry
Submits order back to database for processing
Copies of submitted orders are kept in archive as csv files
Designed to eliminate paper processing and faster order submissions. The app currently hooks to a MySql database, but can configured to any database with a .Net connector.