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    Default Updating External database

    To make this product effective, I would like to suggest the ability to update EXTERNAL database(s)-
    MS-Access, MS SQL, ect.. so that product will function as a mature BUSINESS product.


    What are the advantages of using a database?

    Dynamic, database driven websites have many advantages over a normal static site. You can customize your presentation to your customer/member. You can efficiently present your product catalog and enable visitors to purchase your product or services online. You may generate your web pages automatically based on information stored in the database.
    -Adragton

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    Quote Originally Posted by adragton View Post
    To make this product effective, I would like to suggest the ability to update EXTERNAL database(s)-
    MS-Access, MS SQL, ect.. so that product will function as a mature BUSINESS product.


    What are the advantages of using a database?

    Dynamic, database driven websites have many advantages over a normal static site. You can customize your presentation to your customer/member. You can efficiently present your product catalog and enable visitors to purchase your product or services online. You may generate your web pages automatically based on information stored in the database.
    -Adragton
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    I've been using Fusion with MySQL databases since Fusion MX. That was about TEN years ago.

    I use PHP code inserted in Fusion to interface with the databases.

    Since Fusion 7.5, there has been an add-on and then built-in database tools for those who don't have the ability to code themselves.

    What more do you have in mind?
    Chuck Joslin
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    hello...whats the best way to learn how to use databases for those not able to code themselves?
    thank you

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