Archive

Welcome to the Archive

In our opinion these documents are no longer relevant. However, users occasionally request them. So here they remain.

If you wish to read them on your computer screen, you should open the online (web help) version if available. If you wish to read a hard copy, you should download the pdf (if available) and print the sections that you need.


What’s New in RAMM 6 and in RAMM 2011a

Here are the final changes made in RAMM 2011a and in RAMM 6. This has been superceded by What’s New.


What’s New in RAMM 2011a

Here are the initial changes made in RAMM 2011a. This has been superceded by What’s New.


What’s New in RAMM 2011

This interesting document lists all the changes that have been made to RAMM 2011 since RAMM 2008


What’s New in RAMM 2005

RAMM 2005 was a major release. Read on to find out why.


Whats New in RAMM 2004

RAMM 2004 was a major release. Read on to find out why.


Best Practice for Assessment in Pocket RAMM

Assessment in Pocket RAMM was exciting until a better system was devised for RAMM Patrol.


How to Shadow Another User

It can be useful to shadow another user to understand a RAMM issue they have. If so, read on.


Informix – SQL Syntax

If you are interested in the syntax for the Informix-SQL, read on.


Pocket Manager Installation Guide for IPAQ HX2100 and Nokia 6234

Pocket RAMM is now too powerful to run well on these devices.


Pocket RAMM

Pocket RAMM completists may wish to read this.


RAMM 2008 Release Notes by Point Release

RAMM 2008 is no longer supported. These are the sequentially ordered fixes we made to it when it was supported.


RAMM 2008 Release Notes by Functional Area

RAMM 2008 is no longer supported. These are the fixes we made to it when it was supported. They are grouped by functional area.


RAMM Best Practice Guide 2007

Read what was best practice using RAMM contractor in 2007.


RAMM Forward Work Programme 2005

RAMM Forward Work Programme has not changed a great deal over time. Still, you should probably read the latest manual rather than this one.


RAMM Street Lights (SLIM)

SLIM is the Street Lights Inventory Management system.


RAMM Traffic Signals Guide

You can use RAMM Contractor to run your traffic signals contracts.


RAMM Version 3.6 Reference (Yellow Manual) extracts

This is the famous Old Yellow manual.