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Which is better? One DB.cgi, with different DB's or...
I just downloaded and installed DBMan today. After some issues with my Web Host about setting the permissions correctly (not a straight forward CHMOD when server uses VDE), I have the demo running and am now ready to proceed and set up my database(s).... (I was really pleased with the ease of install and straight forward directions in the readme!)



After I test and demo this for my boss and co-workers, we will buy a license --- what is better? running the db.cgi in a separate directory for different clients (then the login admin is specific to their data) or running one db.cgi with each client identified as a different database? There may be a need for up to 4 distinct DB's per client...

If I use multiple instances of db.cgi do I need multiple licenses?



Any advice would be helpful about how the best way to set up for multiple clients using 1 to many dbs would be!

Thanks!

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Lynette
Hollister, Ca
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Thread Which is better? One DB.cgi, with different DB's or... ltillner 2212 Jul 20, 2002, 1:27 PM
Thread Re: [ltillner] Which is better? One DB.cgi, with different DB's or...
LoisC 2164 Jul 22, 2002, 11:35 AM
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Mike in DC 2141 Aug 2, 2002, 7:01 AM