The Crash Magic program utilizes a third-party product in order to create (print) PDF output of its reports. This article describes how to set/update the license for that product when hosting Crash Magic on your in-house server. This article does not apply to clients for whom Pd' Programming hosts Crash Magic at GovernmentTools.com.
When installing Crash Magic Online on an agency server (rather than using our hosted service) you may opt to configure the system for "Windows Authentication." Once configured, logins work when using Chrome or Firefox, but not using Microsoft's Edge browser.
Pd' Programming has produced several additional utilities to work with Crash Magic. Including the Data entry/edit program, and Map Magic. This installer will install those components to be used with Crash Magic.
When Crash Magic is installed on a client server, the client database must provide storage for crash data and Crash Magic system tables. This article describes these tables and required login information.
Crash Magic may be licensed as "hosted" or "local install". When hosted, the only requirements for use of the software are a modern browser. This article describes the hardware and software requirements for a "local install".
Crash Magic requires Microsoft Silverlight to display and manipulate collision diagrams. Firefox will no longer display collision diagrams, instead prompting to install Silverlight, but never completing the process.
This document describes Pd' Programming's intended development strategy and release schedule. It is intended as a guide for system administrators creating their own update and maintenance schedules.
No Oracle OLE DB driver is shown when building a connection string after installing the Oracle 11gR2 client.
This article covers the steps used to upgrade your configuration if you have receive a new file from Pd' Programming.