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So, I've downloaded DBMan and I've got it working just fine. I've tailored the html pages and all looks well. I'm planning to use the database to store physical properties of chemicals. Each record will have over 100 fields so I anticipate the database getting rather large, very quickly. I realize that I'll quickly have to "drop-in" DBMan SQL...thus my rather simple questions. Is DBMan SQL a SQL database itself? What is will be required by my ISP to run this? Finally, and most importantly, can the data from DBMan be placed directly into DBMan SQL or should I wait and set up DBMan SQL before I start populating? I'm looking forward to some helpful hints.

Thanks,

Chris

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