This is a post about an application named conformity made for a company. This app manages any non-appliance on the inbound and outbound material.
I’ll dig into the code later in another post but at this stage, I will just explain how it works.
The technology chosen to create this app is Silverlight in the version 4.
It was quite interesting to use this part of the Silverlight development tool but honestly, as worth it is to develop, as complex it is to deploy when you’re a novice on deployment.
I face some small problem during the development, but one of the dumbest was that it was not possible to interop with Outlook. It’s only possible whether you create an “out-of-browser” Silverlight app. So why not use WPF???
If I had to redo the same app, I rather prefer to play with ASP.NET MVC3 (or 4)
Let’s explain some pictures
The first picture shows only the lay out and the menu.
The layout is the classic template that Microsoft offers when a new SLBA (SilverLight Business Application) start.
SLBA 4 offers a mechanism of user management, easy to use. The user just has to click on the login button. A pop up will appear and the user can login or register if it was not done before.
The second picture shows the one of main windows. Some filter, a grid with all the material listed. A small text field with the reason of the non-compliance.
User can create a new non-compliance by clicking on the “new button” or modify an existing non-compliance.
The third picture shows the same info than the second one, but there is only one point that was added: the button report. Actually, the Client N.C. has to generate report.
The fourth picture shows when user modifies an existing N.C. (non-compliance)
The fifth picture shows when user adds a new N.C. (non-compliance)
The sixth picture and seventh shows a preview of a report containing info and status about the N.C.
The eighth picture and nine shows the medication name
And the last one shows the customer name.
Then now, we will have a look to the code and some bugs and tricks I had to face