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yggdrasil
11-22-2007, 07:55 AM
This is the thread for feedback on the LHS registry.

yggdrasil
11-22-2007, 08:00 AM
We plan to open for individual member accounts into the registry. This will give each member access to edit their own records.

pos
11-23-2007, 01:43 AM
This is most excellent! :applaud:
Thank you!

Hofmannhp
11-23-2007, 08:44 AM
This is most excellent! :applaud:
Thank you!

Hi Pos,
you found your parts? was it right what we stored?

HP

pos
11-23-2007, 12:11 PM
Yes all my parts are there. I just registred my 4412, and will do so for all the other speakers and parts I have. The registration form is really neat! I will also try to add photos soon.

yggdrasil
11-24-2007, 03:18 PM
The registry is now updated:

Registrations with pictures are now marked with a paper clip
By country view is added.

Hofmannhp
11-24-2007, 04:46 PM
The registry is now updated:

Registrations with pictures are now marked with a paper clip
By country view is added.

Hi Johnny,

works fine, looks good, is informative....

HP

Fred Sanford
11-25-2007, 05:41 AM
OK, help me out here- where is this registry?

Thanks,

je

EDIT: found it, thanks...

LHS registry
We have now completely reworked the LHS registry. The new LHS registry is available for forum members via WEB-interface.

URL: http://www.prpr.no/lhs
Username: LHS
Password: lhs2007

The develpment goals for the new version of the registry was:

web-based
member selfservice functions
several ways of breaking down the data
searchable
easy to maintain
pictures
different access levelsMost of the features are implemented.

Fred Sanford
11-25-2007, 06:53 AM
OK, some feedback:

Nice job, thanks as always for the dedication to the task.

It would be easier if a user could log in once, then owner/location would auto-populate.

Is there any concern that anyone now viewing the thread and having the main password could add incorrect/random info to the registry? Is it backed up at time intervals, so it could be returned to a past state if a problem arises?

How do you edit an existing registry? Many of mine are in, but with incomplete info. I would think this should be a unique-password scenario, so correct info couldn't be disturbed by others.

Where did dates on my gear come from? I didn't provide them, were they estimates?

I uploaded pics, where/how do they show up? Look at the 2135 serial # 4278.

A fabrication date of "Jan /" was also automatically assigned to the 2135 above.

My E140 serial # 29468 didn't show up after registering.

More later...thanks again.

je

Hofmannhp
11-25-2007, 07:03 AM
OK, some feedback:
Nice job, thanks as always for the dedication to the task.
It would be easier if a user could log in once, then owner/location would auto-populate.
Is there any concern that anyone now viewing the thread and having the main password could add incorrect/random info to the registry? Is it backed up at time intervals, so it could be returned to a past state if a problem arises?

How do you edit an existing registry? Many of mine are in, but with incomplete info. I would think this should be a unique-password scenario, so correct info couldn't be disturbed by others.

Where did dates on my gear come from? I didn't provide them, were they estimates?

I uploaded pics, where/how do they show up? Look at the 2135 serial # 4278.

A fabrication date of "Jan /" was also automatically assigned to the 2135 above.
My E140 serial # 29468 didn't show up after registering.
More later...thanks again.

je


Thanks John for your feedback....that's what we need.

To your points:
- the registry isn't implemented at this time in the forums site....it's a link to yggdrasil's servers. Therefore this is only possible when it's linked....but a good idea.
- Any creation of registry stuff goes to the approval store and after it is edited (if necessary) it can be seen. Pls take a look for the remark under point 3 in the information.
- Some dates are added while seeing the drivers in a row with others, where we know the date. (interpolation)
- we work at this time with further tools.

regards

HP

PS: your entries were ok and now approved.

Fred Sanford
11-25-2007, 08:03 AM
Thanks-

Now it looks like there's two entries for my 2135, by the way.

Is there any way to go back in & edit or add info to an existing registry? Pictures, sales, details, etc?

Thanks,

je

yggdrasil
11-25-2007, 08:33 AM
I'll try to address the rest of the questions John:

Q: It would be easier if a user could log in once, then owner/location would auto-populate.
A: See Post #2

Q:Is there any concern that anyone now viewing the thread and having the main password could add incorrect/random info to the registry?
A: All new registrations is checked by a dbAdmin before they are submitted to the registry

Q: Is it backed up at time intervals, so it could be returned to a past state if a problem arises?
A: Yes

Q: How do you edit an existing registry? Many of mine are in, but with incomplete info. I would think this should be a unique-password scenario, so correct info couldn't be disturbed by others.
A: See Post #2

Q: A fabrication date of "Jan /" was also automatically assigned to the 2135 above.
A: This is due to a bug. It was fixed last week.

Fred Sanford
11-25-2007, 09:06 AM
I'll try to address the rest of the questions John:

Q: It would be easier if a user could log in once, then owner/location would auto-populate.
A: See Post #2

Q:Is there any concern that anyone now viewing the thread and having the main password could add incorrect/random info to the registry?
A: All new registrations is checked by a dbAdmin before they are submitted to the registry

Q: Is it backed up at time intervals, so it could be returned to a past state if a problem arises?
A: Yes

Q: How do you edit an existing registry? Many of mine are in, but with incomplete info. I would think this should be a unique-password scenario, so correct info couldn't be disturbed by others.
A: See Post #2

Q: A fabrication date of "Jan /" was also automatically assigned to the 2135 above.
A: This is due to a bug. It was fixed last week.

Thanks, I look forward to the upgrades & evolutions as they come. One thought is that all of my gear that was entered in originally (not by me) might not be editable by me...we'll see how that works out- obviously efficiency is a goal, you don't want to double the data-entry labor if it can be avoided.

By the way, the "Jan /" bug happened to me today.

je

yggdrasil
11-25-2007, 09:46 AM
Q: One thought is that all of my gear that was entered in originally (not by me) might not be editable by me...we'll see how that works out- obviously efficiency is a goal, you don't want to double the data-entry labor if it can be avoided.
A: The goal is to be able to edit your own entries independent of who entered them in the first place.

Q: By the way, the "Jan /" bug happened to me today.
A: Oooops... I'll look into it again.

Hofmannhp
11-25-2007, 10:01 AM
Hi John,

I edited your double entry.
That's what we are here for.
There aren't that much entries to edit.

let's wait what Johnny (yggdrasil) can change.

To rs237: Jürgen du must warten, bis die Einträge auf formale Übereinstimmung geprüft sind, dann erst werden diese angezeigt.

HP

rs237
11-25-2007, 12:38 PM
Hi John,

To rs237: Jürgen du must warten, bis die Einträge auf formale Übereinstimmung geprüft sind, dann erst werden diese angezeigt.

HP


HP

thank you .

regards
juergen

Fred Sanford
11-25-2007, 12:46 PM
Q: One thought is that all of my gear that was entered in originally (not by me) might not be editable by me...we'll see how that works out- obviously efficiency is a goal, you don't want to double the data-entry labor if it can be avoided.
A: The goal is to be able to edit your own entries independent of who entered them in the first place.



Are they being flagged somehow with the owner's info during the original data entry? Just curious.

Thanks,

je

Fred Sanford
11-25-2007, 12:51 PM
Hi John,

I edited your double entry.
That's what we are here for.
There aren't that much entries to edit.

HP

I'm working on giving you more...

By the way, Captain Sam's is talking about closing down...sad. We still haven't gotten there for dinner, but my wife had a student at school that was the son of the owner. He said he can't get good help any more, "today's kids don't want to work in an entry-level job".

je

Hofmannhp
11-25-2007, 02:44 PM
.....By the way, Captain Sam's is talking about closing down...sad. ....
je

that's realy a sad story......:banghead:.this is one of the places that I felt the need to go when being again in VA.........so there's only you to visit in future.:D

HP

yggdrasil
11-25-2007, 03:43 PM
Are they being flagged somehow with the owner's info during the original data entry? Just curious.

Thanks,

je
The owners name is used for access control.

Administrators get access to all registrations through a role.