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RE: Info

From: Saksena, Anju (Anju)** CTR ** <asaksena@lucent.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 15:08:48 -0400
Message-ID: <c=US%a=_%p=Lucent%l=NJ9430EXCH00-980423190848Z-16615@nj0319exch001p.wins.lucent.com>
To: "'Do, Vu Q.'" <vqd2697@eagle.sbeach.navy.mil>
Cc: "'www-talk@w3.org'" <www-talk@w3.org>

Among other options, some web server options you have are - Netscape
SuiteSpot 3.5 , Apache 1.3, DEC's AltaVista Forum 98 - I've heard it
supports both IIS and Netscape. SQL-server supports ODBC and you should
be able to interface with it using any software that supports this
interface and will run off your platform. We have been using active
server pages with ADO but on an NT-platform. 

-Anju
Anju Saksena
email:  asaksena@lucent.com

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>From: 	Do, Vu Q.[SMTP:vqd2697@eagle.sbeach.navy.mil]
>Sent: 	Wednesday, April 22, 1998 1:16 PM
>To: 	www-talk@w3.org
>Subject: 	Info
>
>Hi anyone, 
>	My name is Vu Do and I'm a programmer for Sybase in UNIX.  Recently,
>I have accept a new project to create a database in SQL Server on ALPHA
>SERVERS (Digital) so all users can use Web browser to access SQL Server
>database to update and print out the reports, etc...   The questions that I
>want to ask is anybody out there can give me some suggestions what tools,
>softwares or language should I use to setup & access & get the system up and
>running.   Thx, Vu
>
>
>Vu Do
>Information Resource Management
>(562) 626-7112 Work
>(562) 626-7596 Fax
>Email: vqd2697@sbeach.navy.mil
>
>"You can make money OR you can make excused BUT you can not do BOTH"
>
>http://www.wmas.com
>
>
>
Received on Thursday, 23 April 1998 15:10:11 GMT

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