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From:Ed Carp Date:June 21 2002 12:18am
Subject:RE: Using web forms and webpages to access/view mysql data
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gerald R. Jensen [mailto:gjensen@stripped]
> Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2002 7:10 PM
> To: Emma Grant; mysql@stripped
> Subject: Re: Using web forms and webpages to access/view mysql data
>
> It really depends on the language you wish to use ... could be Perl, ASP,
> PHP, etc.

Don't forget Roxen and Escapade, both of which are significantly easier to learn and use
than PHP, ASP, or Perl.  For example,
Escapade lets you run a query like <SQL select * from table> rather than having to
laboriously set up the connection like you have
to do with other server-side scripting languages.

And while Escapade is a commercial product, Escapade is freeware, as opposed to ASP which
is not.
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Ed Carp, N7EKG          http://www.pobox.com/~erc               214/986-5870
Director, Software Development
Escapade Server-Side Scripting Engine Development Team
Pensacola - Dallas - London - Dresden
http://www.squishedmosquito.com

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Using web forms and webpages to access/view mysql dataEmma Grant21 Jun
  • Re: Using web forms and webpages to access/view mysql dataGerald R. Jensen21 Jun
    • RE: Using web forms and webpages to access/view mysql dataEd Carp21 Jun
  • Re: Using web forms and webpages to access/view mysql dataThomas Spahni21 Jun