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Web application and database.

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Hello,

I've been using ASP and Access for little web applications (mainly for
managing passwords access to web pages) and I've never really planned to go
further.

Now, I'll start a huge project, and I need a really good planning and study
about possibilities. I will create a "shopping" database, with ~50 tables
from wich 20 will have around 1'000'000 records when running at the best
(also it's always a growing database).

The web site must support around 5000 connection a day, with an amount of
1500 at the maximum load in the day.
Every article request will return around 400 articles, with description
coming from 5-6 tables.

Now, I've heard on Postgresql, that should support very well such datas. For
the price I'll do in my sites, I must keep price very low, but I prefeer
raising a little bit the price for the database than having poor
performances.

Also, don't know if I'll do in on ASP, PHP, java....always for performances.

Any advice would greately be appreciated !
Nov 11 '05 #1
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