We have a rudimentary inventory system that was never completed. We need someone to pick up this modern .NET 3.5 + LINQ project and finish it up. It's 100% Windows Forms & Microsoft SQL, so there's nothing hokey about it.
You will be provided a dump of the database with a bit of test data already residing in it.
The system is relatively straight forward and the database is well designed and easy to understand. It is important that you interpret the database and it's structure to determine the way each form should function.
UI design is an absolute must.
Code quality is an absolute must.
We want a professional or a professional team, simple as that, you must have a good rentacoder history.
More materials are provided on acceptance of your bid including:
All existing source code.
Third Party developer component (used only for the tab control).
The full icon library used for the project.
Testing will be done by us to ensure quality. You must be able to fix all reasonable bugs prior to acceptance.
FUNCTIONALITY NEEDED 1. Purchase Order Creation/Modification/Search a. Create ??" Save b. Recall-Edit-Save c. Search d. Print 2. Purchase Order Receiving a. Recall 3. Customer Creation/Modification/Search a. Create-Save b. Recall-Edit-Save c. Search 4. Invoice Creation/Hold & Recall/Finalize/Search a. Create ??" Save ??" Finalize b. Recall c. Search d. Print 5. Supplier Creation/Modification a. Create-Save b. Recall-Edit 6. Manufacturer Creation/Modification a. Create-Save b. Recall-Edit 7. Inter-Company Inventory Transfer & Receiving a. Create ??" Save b. Recall-Edit-Save c. Print UPGRADES NEEDED 1. Categories listing on creation/edit screen & item creation/edit screen need to be converted to ‘tree’s. As categories can have ‘sub-categories’. 2. Tab order must be fixed on all future and existing forms. 3. Item search needs to include categories column that shows colored icon corresponding to the category (not text). If the item is in multiple categories, it should show up to 4 icons. When hovering over an icon, it should show the corresponding category title. See [url removed, login to view] for more requirements...