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Msg#: 138 posted 11:51 am on Jul 17, 2001 (gmt 0)

I would like to enquire that what's the pricing for nowadays catalogging programs that runs on asp access databse - both front & backend where user is able to edit themselves . Worth - I'm would like to know a rough estimate even as to products of as many as 100.
Any idea??:)



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Msg#: 138 posted 8:15 pm on Apr 23, 2002 (gmt 0)

You can pay more or less any amount, depending on what you want/need. From what I've seen, most good e-comm packages are either fairly proprietory, using their own custom d/base, which may or may not be able to draw on Access, or seem to be fairly soft, and generally rely on a fair amount of dealer customisation. Either one can cost

100 products isn't a lot though. I have sites with '000s of products on Access, running quite nicely, no problems at all

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Msg#: 138 posted 8:36 pm on Apr 23, 2002 (gmt 0)

Hey Zechariah

What exactly do you want to pay for? Frontpage and Access could make you an editable database in 20 minutes. In regards to "catalogue software", I assume you mean the db? The db will handle pretty much anything you want it to do...

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