Friday, November 24, 2006


JAOO's video - Teamwork included

The JAOO 2006 video is on line at

These guys do a really good job - and its not trivial. 1000 bizarre guys for three long days...


Monday, November 13, 2006


Microsoft Project import/export in Teamwork 3.1.0

As you can see below, we are almost done with MS Project import/export. Now, this will satisfy those that use MS Project basically as a Gantt-drawing tool. MS Project power users (supposing there is such a used-to-pain being :-) ), will never be satisfied, as the two application have a deeply different model; same for Teamwork power users (there are many). This functionality can be of use also for those who are forced to have a MS Project output for corporate and/or certification purposes (I know people that use Teamwork and export to MS Project only to send the project structure to review staff).

In the course of this development, we introduced the duration concept, which empowers tasks scheduling with a new dimension; a huge task tree can be set using durations, and the entire tree dates will depend only on a single entry point, which can be shifted in time.

We use the nice API of .

One of Teamwork's Gantt views.

Select the export function.

Here you find Teamwork's resources and assignments in MS Project.

Scheduling done in Teamwork, gets exported exactly as it was.

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Wednesday, November 01, 2006


SQL Injection Bug

If you've seen "What's a SQL Injection Bug?": well, we were aware of the bug, and we found several sites in which we could enter the "reserved" page using it. Our software is safe, of course: we use only parameterized statements.

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