|Date:||Sun, 23 Mar 2008 21:11:46 -0500
|From:||Sundial Services <email@example.com>
Kenneth Porter wrote:
> I'm thinking that I can set up a PHP-based web app that can invoke P10
> through Wine to run scripts on its behalf, querying and updating tables
> previously managed by a P10 app on Windows. The UI would be in PHP, while
> the back end would use Paradox.
I like Paradox too, Kenneth, but to use Paradox in this way in this
situation is pretty much nonsensical. Put the data onto a SQL server-type
database that PHP can talk to easily, and that Paradox (or whatever tool)
can also talk to easily. Don't pursue a Rube Goldberg approach.
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