[CentOS] Looking for an application to work with Centos

John Plemons john at mavin.com
Wed Nov 26 03:28:50 UTC 2008


Thanks for the feedback, but not exactly what I have in mind, the 
inventory is fluid and quantity changes are updated daily.  My goal 
would be a real time link to a secondary DB which has a update push from 
the primary DB, the primary is a Firebird DB under Windows 2003 server..

john


Rainer Duffner wrote:
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> Am 26.11.2008 um 01:34 schrieb John Plemons:
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>> I'm looking for a application, and or ideas on how to ....
>>
>> Set up a web page that can be cataloged by search engines capturing 
>> all of the part numbers in a db.  This page would be tied to a MySql 
>> or other  Linux DB so that people can also do a basic on site part 
>> number search..  We have 150,000 different part numbers, we would 
>> like all 150,000 picked up by the different search engines.
>>
>> Can anyone come up with any ideas??
>>
>> The platform is a basic P4 running Centos 5, disk space isn't much of 
>> an issue, I have 100 gig available for the application. The only 
>> other application on the machine is a picture server for off site 
>> auctions, so CPU load isn't major factor.
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> Why the hassle?
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> http://www.google.com/base/
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> Regards,
> Rainer
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