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[PROJ] Prescription Medicines Manager v0.9.0 17-03-2011

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4th February 2011, 10:41 PM   |  #1  
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This app is designed so that you can keep track of any medications you take on a regular basis.

When you last ordered a particular drug, how many you currently have to hand, which surgery the repeat was requested from and which pharmacy filled the prescription.

It is designed to be used for multiple patients, surgeries, pharmacies and doctors.

It was initially an Access database but I thought that migrating it to my PPC was a challenge I might be able to complete.

There will also be the ability to log doctor's appointments as well, hopefully.

All data is currently stored in an SQL-CE database.

For reasons I am currently trying to solve, when you open any secondary form with a data table and then return to the main menu you are unable to go back into any other form again.

Changed to a tabbed layout, screen shots attached.

09/02/2011
New version attached with new format SQLCE.


17-Mar-2011
Latest version attached

All data entry and editing working - I hope.

08-Apr-2011
Latest version, autoscroll and popup SIP.
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Possible dependant files.

I am coding for CF2.
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[PROJ] Prescription Medicines Manager

...medications you take on a regular basis.

When you last ordered a particular drug, how many you currently have to hand, which surgery the repeat was requested from and which pharmacy filled the prescription...

Thank you!

These records can be life-saving if you have them with you at the right time. I have tried many systems of keeping track, but rarely managed to have anywhere close to this much information on hand.

I have not had time to try it out properly so I do not yet have any comments or suggestions. For now, I just wanted to say THANKS!
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Glad it's going to be if use to someone.

Hopefully by the end of tonight I will have a new version up with the ability to add records to each of the tables. No interlinking yet and at the moment editing is also broken but I am getting there.
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Glad it's going to be if use to someone.

Hopefully by the end of tonight I will have a new version up with the ability to add records to each of the tables. No interlinking yet and at the moment editing is also broken but I am getting there.

Don't feel rushed on my account. It's great that you're interested in this project, whenever you finish will be soon enough.

Meanwhile, I'll play with it and start planning how to "feed" it my information.

Have you considered some sort of encryption? It just occurred to me that it will hold a lot of very personal information.

Again, thank you.
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...at the moment editing is also broken...

I know next to nothing about programming, but would the PC editor you wrote for the W Watcher calc work for this project? That might make it easier for the user to input the information AND save you some programming...

(BTW: I was very impressed with how quickly you developed those applications! Very usable and no charge for fast delivery!)
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I know next to nothing about programming, but would the PC editor you wrote for the W Watcher calc work for this project? That might make it easier for the user to input the information AND save you some programming...

(BTW: I was very impressed with how quickly you developed those applications! Very usable and no charge for fast delivery!)

Unfortunately the WW editor is designed for an XML file and this app keeps everything in an SQLCE database. I am trying to find a nice, useable and, more importantly, free desktop app to edit these files and am trying a couple out at present.

While a purely PC based editor would be easier from a WM coding point it would stop the app being completely mobile and standalone.
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New version added to post 1.

You can now add records.

For desktop managemnent try

SQLCE Desktop Manager

FlyHoward SDF viewer

Neither of these seem to be free though the second one does have a 14 day trial.
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... While a purely PC based editor would be easier from a WM coding point it would stop the app being completely mobile and standalone...

Of course!

Sorry, I got tunnel vision and forgot the project's purpose.

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