I found that there is a category and even a group for files in Other/File/"My file"/Files/Current file.
I must say that the handling of the different file versions is not reallly obvious to me…
Wouldn't be good to see in the "files" tab for an object : The different versions, the file category and group ?
I've been writing MAC addresses as seen under Linux/Unix environment with ":" separator
between numbers and for Windows systems I've been using "-" as a separator.
What you are pointing out regarding searches based on MAC addresses, I think i-doit
developer team could consider simply dropping those MAC address separators while
saving new MAC entries to database.
User enter MAC address 12-34-56-ab-cd-ef and saves the entry.
I-doit grabs the entry, drops separators "-" from the entry and saves a string
"123456abcdef" into database.
By pasting MAC addresses with either separator ":" or "-" between the numbers, or
generally speaking what ever separator will be used which does not match the rule
of having only [a-zA-Z0-9] characters among MAC address will be discarded and then
search will be proceeded against a combination of alphabet & number string.
I see this being just an issue how MAC address will be defined for i-doit.
This would be great. Most of our data centers have a patch panel in server/device rows the run to a sister patch panel in a network row. Most of your device connections are "device" to row patch panel port to newtwork row patch panel port to "switch" slot/port.