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His goal is to attract hundreds of thousands of customers who will store, organize and retrieve all kinds of documents, including home video.
Free forum by Nabble. On Mar 1,at 2: There is a lot more to the project, but it would be ongoing and appears that it will require servers with capacity and scalability that exceed that of Mac and Windows servers.
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Sign up using Email and Password. In reply to this post by Michael Bond A client of mine is looking for a developer that can create a web based storage and sharing solution.
In reply to this post by randyengle A client of mine is looking for a developer that can create a web based storage and sharing solution. First, from within the targeted 4D database, you can test your SQL statement like this example: In reply to this post by Keith Culotta ns What type of machine are you talking about using.
That way one would not be spending the mega bucks needed to utilize a mainframe He could utilize Amazon or Google cloud services to store the data.
Doing this will detect if the problems come from authentication or from the communication protocol. Hi, can you be more specific please? Post as a guest Name. Delivery of this message to any person other than the intended recipient shall not compromise or waive such confidentiality, privilege or exemption from disclosure as to this communication.
It is better to use macs, or pcs with a balancing front end in other words multiple machines. In reply to this post by Neil Dennis Email Required, but never shown. Regards Chuck On Thu, Mar 1, at What type of machine are you talking about using.
Oxbc his idea is successful, he would like to be able to scale up to some large level. He would like the user to upload and view their account’s content via the browser. In reply to this post by Biy Culotta ns. Don’t have v11 so below is based on v12 As to the driver, I have the 4D v12 driver already installed but I got it from the installation directory and the installer is called 4D ODBC Driver.
Search everywhere only in this topic. Make sure to use the correct DSN for your server.
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Thanks, Keith Computer Dimensions, Inc. Failed to execute statement. I’m using XP 64bit. Maybe I need to be a bit more clear In reply to this post by Dennis, Neil. These materials are intended only for the use of the intended recipient. Perfect, that is what I was trying to verify.