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Old 12-04-2012, 01:13 PM   #1
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Default Just had to share with folks that talk the same language.

Sorry to be such a no show lately, but work has been manic with a huge redesign effort, but just found out this afternoon that our very stressed MS Access based CMS finally got the green light to convert to SQL. (CF based system; our US Federal agency only has CF available on our server, so no need to suggest PHP or anything else...it has taken us YEARS to get SQL approved.)

Never work on Federal web sites if you want quick, reasoned decisions from folks that don't know how it works.

   
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