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Welcome! is dedicated to the development of a community distribution of OpenQM, by providing an environment where anyone can acquire, study and contribute to the OpenQM multivalue database.

This project is focussed purely upon the GPL implementation of OpenQM, originally developed by Ladybridge. This project was founded on the 28th November 2008 to independently develop future versions of OpenQM. Naturally, contributors to OpenQM are welcome to submit any changes that they may make back to Ladybridge for inclusion in Commercial QM.

The subdomain that points to this website is granted by Ladybridge, however the server hosting this project, and it's content is neither their responsibility, or under their control. The server is a VMWare Server 2 Virtual Machine located in a high-bandwidth datacentre in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is kindly hosted by SteveB who maintains a daily backup to a secondary datacentre in Amsterdam. If you can provide a stable high bandwidth mirror, please contact SteveB.

How do I use this site?

If you have a question on USAGE of the community version of OpenQM, then send it to the general email support group.

If you want to discuss DEVELOPMENT of the community version of OpenQM (eg. php5 module) then send it to the development email group.

While the email lists are best for getting attention, permanent changes in this wiki will have a longer term impact so feel free to add or change ANYTHING in this wiki.



  • QM Client API - Documentation and Available API's for the QM remote protocol.
  • Billabong Services' Anji - an open web based file browser and reporter. Eventually to become a RAD system. Pre-alpha grade of code. [1]
  • Brian Speir's Installation instructions and other downloads [2]
  • Kevin Powick's Trident Delphi wrapper [3]
  • Tom Delombard's old QM page. Includes details of the tape utilities and the PHP4 module [4]
  • Steve Bush's Cygwin Port