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Good DB pgm for multiple user access?

     
4:03 pm on Mar 14, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I'm looking for a DB program where multiple users may simultaneously (say 20 at a time) enter/edit data into the database, without risk of the DB becoming slow or even worse data corruption.

There needs to be login/password type accounts for each user, with one or more "admin" level accounts to administer. User should be able to add/delete/edit their own data but not another user's, however this feature should be able to be disabled by admin.

PHP/MySQL or even PHP/flatfile database is ideal.

Open Source or <$300 price is the budget.

Any suggestions?

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anyone?
4:10 pm on Mar 26, 2008 (gmt 0)

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anyone?

I'm looking for a DB program

I think that's why you're not getting any answers. You haven't been very specific about what you need. What is "a DB program"?

My first thought was: MySQL, PostgreSQL...

Is there something specific you are trying to accomplish?

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Sorry, it would need to be a PHP front-end application that runs on the web server (Linux server) that either uses MySQL or a flatfile database.
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Sorry, it would need to be a PHP front-end application that runs on the web server (Linux server) that either uses MySQL or a flatfile database.

And does what?

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Just a generic db program that I could modify and set up custom fields, etc.

There needs to be login/password type accounts for each user, with one or more "admin" level accounts to administer. User should be able to add/delete/edit their own data but not another user's, however this feature should be able to be disabled by admin.

 

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