Gossamer Forum
Home : Products : DBMan SQL : Discussion :

Different Versions of Forms for Basic Functions on Same DB?

Quote Reply
Different Versions of Forms for Basic Functions on Same DB?
I'm working on a DB that will have a number of different purposes/users for a single data table. In the old (non-SQL) version of DBman, to accomplish this I created different ".cfg" files that refer to the same data table but use different "html.pl" files to present the same data in several different formats.

With the latest SQL version, is there a way to do something similar? It seems to me that I should be able to just create different forms that use same data table and the same functions in order to present the data in various different ways. No?

Michael Liimatta, Director of Education
Rescue College, Kansas City, Missouri USA
http://www.rescue.edu

Last edited by:

Liimatta: Dec 15, 2001, 9:40 PM
Subject Author Views Date
Thread Different Versions of Forms for Basic Functions on Same DB? Liimatta 2225 Dec 15, 2001, 9:36 PM
Post Re: [Liimatta] Different Versions of Forms for Basic Functions on Same DB?
Stealth 2136 Dec 15, 2001, 11:25 PM