MiChoice Technology Technical Information
All MiChoice Technology software modules operate under Windows 2000/XP
- All MiChoice Technology
software modules are Y2K compliant.
- MiChoice Technologies
applicable data elements in our software modules are formatted to be
- Programmed with
Microsoft’s Visual Basic Version 6 and Visual Studio.Net.
- Uses Microsoft’s
Access or SQL Server 2000 or 2005 databases. * Note: SQL Server requires
a host Server running a server operating system.
- Utilizes Crystal
Decisions Crystal Reports.
The export command within all MiChoice Technology software modules allows
you to automatically export your report data in a host of standard data
interchange formats, such as; Excel, Access, Word, Lotus, Crystal Reports,
ODBC, CSV, PDF, DIF, HTML, Text, RTF. In addition to selecting the export
format you can select the export destination as well. Example: Application,
Disk file, Exchange folder, Lotus Domino, Microsoft mail.
All MiChoice Technology software modules allow for importing data from
external sources in a fixed length file format. The file format varies
from module to module and a detailed format will be furnished for each
software product upon request.
All MiChoice Technology software modules utilize Crystal Decisions Crystal
Reports, the industry leader in software for designing custom reports.
This allows the experienced user to design their own templates and present
the data in various formats. While reporting is made easy for the novice
using MiChoice Technology standard reports, the expert in using Crystal
Reports will immediately appreciate the sophistication of the work the
software does for you.
All MiChoice Technology software modules can communicate by;
- Wide-Area Network
- Telephone Modem
MiChoice Technology eMeal Master/Satellite Touch Screen Point-of Sale
Software requires a LAN in the cafeteria to operate. It is imperative
that the LAN be an individual, unique, logical, separate network. If the
cafeteria LAN is to communicate with the Wide-Area network it needs to
be through a router or bridge keeping the cafeteria network isolated.
The router or bridge forms the boundary between the wide-area network
and the cafeteria network. It makes a logical connection between separate
networks operating under the same transport protocol such as TCP/IP or