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Thread began 7/18/2009 4:43 am by i.edwards384429 | Last modified 7/20/2009 10:41 am by i.edwards384429 | 918 views | 1 replies

i.edwards384429

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Hi

Ok no doubt an idiot question but .....

Just bought the essentials suite for a project and I'm a little confused. Can someone just clarify a few points for me?

I assume that I have to manually create the mysql database and setup the connection for Dreamweaver before I can use any of the suite extensions?

As my exoerience with mysql is - close to zero is it worth me getting the solution pack for both the tutorials and the ready made databases?

My project is based on searching the database for specific criteria which will result in a list of contact emails, the site will need a user registration sequence, a search sequence and finally a means by which payment for the email addresses should be made.

This should I assume from my experiecne with readymade options be in one database?

So which should I start with? My thoughts are to but the tutorial pack and use the digital delevery database as a starting point

Really would appreciate some input

thanks

Ian

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