Minimum system requirements (independent PC only)
- Intel Celeron 900 MHz processor
- 512 MB RAM memory
- about 200 MB free space on hard drive
- CD-ROM drive
- graphics card that supports a resolution of 1024x768
- Windows XP
Recommended system requirements (for PC on network, server)
- INTEL Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0 GHz processor or higher
- 1 GB DDR2 RAM memory (1 GB for Windows XP, 2 GB for Windows 7)
- 160 GB SATA hard drive (today's standard 500 GB – 1.5 TB) with about 1 GB of data free space
- CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
- PCI Express slot graphics card that supports a resolution of 1024x768 and higher
- Windows 7 Professional / Windows XP Professional operating system
- Gigabit network
ne of the following operating systems shall be installed on the computer running the HELIOS Red economic and book-keeping system: Windows 2000/2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit version), Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit version).
While operated on the network, the application shall be installed in the shared directory, to which all accessing stations have full access rights (writing, editing, reading and deleting files and directories). The network operating system must ensure full file sharing support, especially the locking of these files. The server disk shall be mapped to the stations.
The MS Internet Explorer browser 6.x and higher shall be installed to ensure the HELIOS Red economic system runs properly.
Any MS Windows compatible printer can be used for graphical printing. A printer supporting ASCII code can also be used.
Technical description of the system
The HELIOS Red economic system is a file/server building block application, created using the Microsoft® Visual Studio™ development environment. The main application source code is written in the Microsoft® Visual FoxPro 9.0™ language, which also uses standard accessible ActiveX component elements.
The application uses the RunTime module of the Microsoft® Visual FoxPro 9.0™ environment and cannot be launched under different versions. During the HELIOS Red application installation, RunTime module DLL libraries are copied to the system directories of the operating system and registered with MS Windows.
An integral part of the application is the features from the Qfoks 6.0 library. All application data is stored in vacant tables (DBF files). Data classification is provided by CDX compound index keys. The application can run on the local disk of a standalone computer or on a shared network drive accessible from multiple workstations.