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iManager is terrible

ConsoleOne was the best Administration tool I've used in the 13 years I've
been a CNE. Novell should scrap iManager and start work on moving
ConsoleOne to a web page using PHP.
the open source community is half way there!
look at this.
http://phpldapadmin.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php
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Re: iManager is terrible

This sounds like a great thing to put into an enhancemant request.

http://support.novell.com/enhancement


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Re: iManager is terrible

Good idea, I did just that!




Timothy Leerhoff wrote:

> This sounds like a great thing to put into an enhancemant request.
>
> http://support.novell.com/enhancement
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Re: iManager is terrible

Super, the more people that suggest an idea the higher on the priority
stack it goes.


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Re: iManager is terrible

James Tremblay wrote:

> ConsoleOne was the best Administration tool I've used in the 13 years
> I've been a CNE. Novell should scrap iManager and start work on moving
> ConsoleOne to a web page using PHP.
> the open source community is half way there!
> look at this.
> http://phpldapadmin.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php


Well maybe not scrap iManager ... but I would love to see it use PHP
instead of Java because its faster & requires less memory ... basically
iManager could run as a NAMP stack application. Also, it would allow
for integration of phpldapadmin & phpMySQLadmin

I'd love the NoRM engineering team to take this on. From what I know,
NoRM is not using Tomcat4

FWIW

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