The AyMINE Framework Module

User Modules

Task, project & quality management
Contacts and directories module (CRM)
Web management and automation
Human resources
Products, assets and sales

Technical Modules

Sabre plugin module
Enterprise Architect connector

System Modules

The AyMINE Framework Module
System Management

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The AyMINE Framework Module

The framework is the basis for the system to function. Its objects and services ensure the system to function

The module's basic objectives

  • Managing modules
  • Providing access control
  • The user application (AyMINE client)
  • Communicating the user application with the server
  • Support for visual styles
  • Support for reports and outputs
  • The system's email communication
  • Calling server services
  • Distributing new versions (updates)
  • Automatic content translation

User Services

The module is primarily a system module. The services listed are therefore on the borderline between user and system functions

  • Analysis of accesses to web pages (publicly available) and logins; reports on which pages are visited
  • Analysis of from which regions accesses are requested
  • Managing black-lists and white-lists for addresses and domains. Lists allow you to block or allow access to the system and websites from certain addresses
  • Control that users access websites only from allowed addresses (possibility to restrict access from the corporate network / VPN)

Module system Services

  • Module imports
  • Lock management – protection data against mutual data overwriting (implemented by application, not database)
  • Translation support for server as well as AyMINE Application
  • Messaging – communication between modules and remote service calls
  • Network access logging and protection against some types of Internet attacks (especially brute-force)

The module builds on modules

The module is a necessary part of the system to function. It does not use any other module itself.