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Tcal is a shared cross platform client/server calendar, with a full feature graphic interface, that writes and read from commercial databases. Several small companies use a normal database, bought in a store, as a job management tool, preferring it to expensive and less flexible “custom” solutions. Using TcalServer and TCP/IP on intranet or trough internet, this calendar records events time, deadlines and working hours on your management database, created by you with FileMaker Pro, Microsoft Access or MySQL. It allows time tracking on the database, trought a weekly registration. You can link job and resource names to events, see other resources calendars, accept or refuse invitations, time trace working hours (time tracking) spent by each employer on each job. This software is available in Italian and English.
How does it work? The system is composed of Tcal (the client), TcalServer (the server) and a database (supplied by you). Each computer where you install the calendar (Macintosh or Windows) talks to the computer where you installed Tcalserver using TCP/IP, in a Client-Server system. (TCP/IP is the network protocol used by Internet). The main characteristic of this calendar is that it uses a database that you can customize (ex. FileMaker Pro, Microsoft Access or MySQL), trough TcalServer, in order to record timed Events, allocates resources and jobs to Events and to record each hourly resource job load (time tracking). This allows the connection between the company-shared calendars and the company management database, made by you in order to handle the everyday workload. Tcalserver, the server component of the Tcal calendar, connects to every Tcal calendars and to your databases, handling traffic and administering access levels.
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