Multi-user stack question

Jim Schaubeck schaubeck at mac.com
Sat Dec 9 10:48:30 CST 2006


Mark,
Thanks for responding!

How do I get RunRev to be multi-user?  (w/o using a DB)

I started using mysql with Navicat to test and I found myself putting hours into figuring it out.  If I could right a 100% RunRev app for everyone on my team that would be great.  But, if I have to use a database to get the multi-user feature, in your opinion, which DB  is the easiest to get going (windows based but I can run the db on mac if needed).

Thanks Mark

Jim...

 
On Friday, December 08, 2006, at 09:53PM, "Mark Wieder" <mwieder at ahsoftware.net> wrote:
>Jim-
>
>Friday, December 8, 2006, 8:42:08 PM, you wrote:
>
>> Do I need to use a database (mysql,filemaker, etc) for this?
>
>You don't need to use a database for this, but for something that size
>I think you'll be happier with the result if you do. I have a smaller
>app that I just converted from being a card-based database system to
>using a mysql backend and it's now smaller and faster. The database
>linkage isn't hard to work out, but don't bother with the QueryBuilder
>junk - my advice would be to get Trevor DeVore's database library and
>start from there.
>
>-- 
>-Mark Wieder
> mwieder at ahsoftware.net
>
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