.Net development freeware PaseoExpress

Paseosoft announces launching of PaseoExpress community edition (freeware), the first graphical .Net development tool for operations managers.

In a Designer, model and generate your operational scripts graphically in XML format. The generated scripts can be controlled directly in your scheduling application, in local command mode or remotly.

  • Configure a whole list of technologies and applications (33 .Net components) entirely graphically (Start-Stop service, File Management, Word, Excel, Storage Procedure, SQL import/export, Telnet, POP/SMTP, FTP, log, timer...)
  • Describe the sequencing and constraints between steps by drawing arrows
  • Handle variables
  • Trap errors and set up recovery modes
  • Analyze and consolidate logs, etc.
  • Test and generate execution scripts (in XML format)
Download: PaseoExpress Freeware
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News source: PaseosoftThe aim is clear : Spend less time on micro scripts developments and more time on your business !

Major benefits include:
- All graphical configuration
- Native technology control and error trapping
- Use of natural language allows precise, intuitive sequencing control
- Automatic recovery mode
- Remote execution
- Step-by-step validation
- No compiling required
- Application maintainability

Download: PaseoExpress Freeware

Ten years ago, Paseosoft had the idea of creating a community of IT operations managers from very large enterprises and large government agencies and incorporating their knowledge into a series of graphical encapsulation Java and .Net components.
A large selection of these components are now available in PaseoExpress, making possible everything from deploying mission-critical enterprise solutions to solving simple problems at local level.

As with modern word processing applications, typically only 5% of the technological capabilities implemented in an information system are actually used. PaseoExpress sets out to enable IT operations managers to harness the power of the technical components they already have, with no need for technical knowledge about what they are and how they should be used, as the community's collective knowledge is already built into the components.

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