System Manager is the control center for Visual Produce. With System Manager, you can configure hardware and workstation settings, user security, network printers, and more. Its data dictionary provides utilities for viewing and maintaining database files, and lets you modify and create your own custom databases and indexes.
- Data dictionary stores information about your applications and custom database files, their fields and indexes, data types, and program processes.
- Hot-Key file browser lets you create user-defined, pop-up windows that list up-to-the-minute data from any file in the dictionary.
- Report user audit trails, including a historical record of each function performed by users.
- Change “key values,” such as customer inventory items or vendor numbers throughout the system.
- Utilize laser printing technology to produce high-quality, low-cost business forms on plain paper.
- Password maintenance lets you control user access by function, time of day, and date range.
- Encrypt user ID, passwords, and name for added security.
- Rule tables provide data entry and lookup tables for installed VISUAL PRODUCE applications.
- Handle all application period closes, and allow simultaneous closing of multiple applications.
- Utilize the modifiable,on-line business policy and procedure manual.
- Custom Menus allow you to access up to ten different custom options.
- Multiple workstations allow you to enter information about each workstation on your system, including monitor, printer, and user function.
- Multiple printers can be defined as network, local, and output file.
- Fiscal calendars allow you to define up to 365 periods and lets you control postings from all applications.
- Network messaging allows you to receive and file phone messages from vendors or customers, and send and receive messages to communicate with other users.
- System Recovery utilities can update and verify database file structures and indexes, clear user flags and file locks, delete unused temporary files, and clear the error log.
- Error log tracks error code, type and the workstation that generated the system warning or error message.