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Posted - 04/24/2001 :  08:51:51  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Cenk submitted "Add, edit and delete, TABLES, FIELDS and RECORDS remotely. SQL Server Database Manager is a totally web based Central Control Panel to administer all aspects of SQL Server databases from anywhere over the Internet without any third party components.
The insert and update forms are generated dynamically according to your fields.

FAQ:
What is required from a server/hosting capability ?
ASP support is required. That means that the machine must be NT or Windows 2000.

How difficult is the program to install ?

Installation is very simple, all you have to do is unzip the file into any directory. The file will find its ows paths automatically. There are instructions and the whole process takes a couple minutes.

Are there really no third party components ?
No, the program is one single file only. The subfunctions are activated according to your request.

Is there any limit to the databases or tables or fields or records ?
No, the program supports up to the maximum limit of your server capacity.

Powered by HostPortal ? Is this required after purchasing the software ?
No this is not a requirement, by purchasing HostPortal programs you will qualify for a 20% Profit affiliate program. We recommend a powered by logos for referring customers. But this is totally up to you.

May I modify the source code to my needs ?
Modifycations within your Domain are allowed, but the entire contents of the document are copyrighted and may not be reproduced for any purpose without prior written permission. Each copy is for one Domain."

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