On Monday, October 21, 2002, at 07:52 , Erik Price wrote:
> On Tuesday, October 15, 2002, at 08:48 AM, Brad Paul wrote:
>> So my real question is:
>> What is the best way to make a generic front to a PostgreSQL database?
> Java would get my vote. A simple applet would do the trick and
> be accessible over a network. You could get more involved with
> fatter clients or servlet/jsp if that's what's called for.
Or, if one were looking for childishly (in programming terms)
easy, instant/simultaneous web gratification, try putting as
much of your application logic into SQL, use Python CGI
scripting, and use a web browser interface. So simple.
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