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Thread began 3/22/2016 1:04 pm by Steve_UK | Last modified 3/06/2017 1:35 pm by Steve_UK | 1906 views | 11 replies


Hello Ray

I am sending this as a 'non-public' message.

I am at the point now, as Dreamweaver progresses, that I have to make a decision whether to hold on to Databridge and your MySQLi extension in the knowledge that they have a definite future, or look elsewhere.
In particular I have situation here where I need to generate multiple MySQLi updates and I seem to remember that this was promised by Jason, probably a couple of years ago now.
As you know the last Databridge release was 2015, and the last message from yourself was March 2016, but with no firm date.

I would be very grateful if you would be up front with me, as a long standing Web Assist user, and let me know where the future lies.

Thanks and best regards


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