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Old 03-09-2007, 04:33 AM   #4
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Default MySQL, No Luck

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Originally Posted by CarlSeiler View Post
(BTW, using MS SQL Server here, but may be moving to MySQL or PostGreSQL later)

Anyway, with regard to duplicate cust_id's in the custactions table, yes indeed, I know that's a problem that needs to be considered, and I specifically put that kink in there since I noticed it. What I need to do is have some sort of error handling that will allow the user to either select which custaction record they want. Right now, I'm lucky in that Mary only has one entry in custactions. Down the road, I may not be so lucky.
I commend to you MySQL and PHP as the way to go. I am back on the learning curve on those two things, using XAMPP locally to learn.

As for luck, Murphy's Law says things will fail, and at the worst possible time. When it comes to programming, Murphy was an optimist.
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