AssetMan (Asset Manager) is a materiel management Intranet application written in PHP.
The company I work for supports in excess of 300 personal computers and other related devices spread over a wide geographical area. I thought we could use a way to quickly discover information about these computers, (make, model, serial, warranty info, location etc.) from anywhere on our network.
What began as a simple experimental application to do just that has grown into a fairly complete application that can handle purchasing, interdepartmental and customer billing and capital asset management for your whole organization, not just the IT department.
Is AssetMan perfect? Not hardly! I'm not a professional application programmer nor am I a particularly inspired web designer (as you can see!). However, I think all the significant bugs have been worked out of it and we've been using it here at work for a while with good results.
Check out the links above for more information. If you think AssetMan might be useful, then I encourage you to download it an give it a test drive. It's GPL so you've got nothing to loose!
What's New in This Release:
· This release adds the ability to configure the length of asset tags as well as PO and invoice numbers.
· It fixes a directory traversal bug in the download PDF code.
· If exploited, the bug could allow for the exposure of sensitive system information.
· This release attempts to address some other fairly minor security concerns by improving the validation of input data.
· The ADODB library for PHP was updated to the most recent version.