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Evolution of an ID System – Part 5

The fifth overhaul of the ID Systems is higlighted by the public release of Terian ID Creator (Terian IDC) in June 2014. With the initial project starting in 2011, Terian IDC was designed from the ground up to overcome the … Continue reading

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Pushing the Positive

During development of Terian ID Creator I’ve been concerned with the reliance on Adobe Indesign as the design and printing engine, especially when compared to other ID Creation software that include built-in design and printing engines. The primary focus of … Continue reading

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Evolution of an ID System – Part 4

The fourth major overhaul saw the change from using Interbase to Microsoft SQL Server for the backend database server. Database management was the key reason for changing the database server, as compared to MS SQL Server, Interbase did not have … Continue reading

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Evolution of an ID System – Part 3

Apologies for the delay getting the next part of this series out, six weeks away from my development machine reduced my ability to thoroughly research (Read: Check backup archives) and obtain screen shots of the older systems.  Links to the … Continue reading

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