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Thread began 7/31/2011 11:06 pm by johna1964 | Last modified 1/13/2012 3:39 pm by johna1964 | 1788 views | 10 replies

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Workflow advise needed

Can you please help with advice regarding what is the best way to create Work Order pages.

I'm designing site for my Grave Care Business.
I have the following steps:

Users, CemeteryList, GraveList database tables created.
User registers himself.
Registers a grave.
Purchase Grave Tendering Services 1, 3, 6, 12 times per year (as separate products).
Then the tricky part.
I need to create Work Orders table for admin purposes. I need to have there UserID, GraveID, CemeteryID and OrderID automatically without manually typing-in into Record Insert Form.
And is any way to auto-generate the maintenance schedule (Work Orders for 1,3,6,12 times a year maintenance)?


I have products and services to sell.

For products I can use an ordinary approach.

But how to deal with Services. They need to be treated differently, they should triger an entry in Work Orders table.

I want also to have a Product/Service where customer types in his/her own mesage to be printed on a card. What would be the way to implement this to apear it in the cart?

Is it better to have two database tables - one for products, one for services or should I keep everything in one place?

Is it doabble or it's too complicate? :)

Would apreaciate very much if could someone help with ideas.

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