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From:Rick Emery Date:February 11 2002 7:13pm
Subject:RE: forms?
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The PHP/MYSQL combo is also a good choice, as is PERL/MYSQL

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From: Joshua J.Kugler [mailto:isd@stripped]
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 11:44 AM
To: Jim Hatridge; mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: forms?


Using Perl/CGI and DBI::MySQL would work for forms.  You could take the
input 
from the browser, and print the results back to the browser.  Would that
work?

j----- k-----

On Monday 11 February 2002 05:20, Jim Hatridge wrote:
> Hi all...
>
> First of all, I think that MySQL is really great. The only thing I need
now
> is a way to do forms.
>
> What I'm looking for is something that will allow me to do data input,
> update, output either at the command line or by browser, but only if I can
> use lynx as the browser.
>
> I wrote a database system for my stamp export company back around 1990 in
> Dbase III+. That system is getting very old now. DBase III + has scripts
> and forms. Something like this is what I'm looking for.
>
> Thanks
>
> JIM

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Joshua Kugler, Information Services Director
Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks
isd@stripped, 907-474-7601

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forms?Jim Hatridge11 Feb
  • Re: forms?Joshua J . Kugler11 Feb
  • Re: forms?James Thompson12 Feb
RE: forms?Rick Emery11 Feb
  • Re: forms?Jim Hatridge12 Feb
    • RE: forms?Todd Williamsen13 Feb
Re: forms?Joshua J . Kugler12 Feb