The main thing I've had trouble with concerning this project is time management. I'm still working on that. But I wrote this post about the background of the project and what's it all about.
FileMapper is an application I started late last year to scratch an itch. I had implemented ACH processing for a company for the 2nd time in my career. The first time the company I worked for had a very useful utility for viewing and editing fixed length files (see below) on IBM mainframes. The second time (and second company), the company didn't have the utility and although the vendor had a 'client server' version of the utility (since we were a non mainframe shop), the price was exorbant, as only software originating in the mainframe world can be. Actually I never requested a price for a single user license but I'm certain it was north of $5,000. So FileMapper was born, a utility for editing fixed length files by mapping them to Cobol copybooks.