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JoinTTT April 7th, 2007 04:18 PM

WebShop: populating data from different db
 
Hi,

I am specifically interested in Chapter 5, WebShop. It try to build my project on this knowledge.

I have some questions:

The Product records are all located in different db. So I want to use asp.net. But I think if I use the mssql server, performance will be good. As a matter of fact It is impossible to move these product records to MsSql server.

So How Can I handle this issue? Because of this db is not MSSQL, No sTORED procedure, and anything.

Which way should I follow? Would you like to suggest anything?

I think that I can store user informations(users name , password and user's profiles,) in MSSQL server. But that's all.

Keep Battling


Imar April 7th, 2007 04:31 PM

Hi there,

I assume you mean chapter 9? Chapter 5 is the CMS System.

Why is it "impossible to move these product records to MsSql server"? What database are they stored in currently? Can you access that system from .NET code?

Imar
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JoinTTT April 7th, 2007 04:42 PM

Hi
You're right. It must be Chapter 9 in topic.

database is Progress. All the Jobs(stocks, accounting, sales and so on) works on this database. and they decided to make e-commerce.

I open to any idea. They don'T want to located products records in two database because of maintenance is hard.

Please tell me the best way that I should follow.

Regards




Imar April 7th, 2007 04:54 PM

I don't use Progress so I can't recommend much.

However, AFAIK, you can connect to it from ASP.NET using standard ODBC code, although you may need the DataDirect drivers.

Check out progress.com for more information.

You can store the user data in a SQL Server database at the front end, and get product related data from progress.

Cheers,

Imar




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Everyone is unique, except for me.
Author of ASP.NET 2.0 Instant Results and Beginning Dreamweaver MX / MX 2004
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