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looking for a tool/ middleware tool which...

Hi all.

I'm looking for a tool which should act like some kind of middleware/
logical layer bewtween the SQL server and the webbased user interface.

- It should be possible to easily create simple web forms (only data
input and output) without programming effort by "clicking" the fields
and their order on the web mask within an admnistrative interface.

- It should also be bossible to add "new fields" to the database,
including field type, permissions, value lists etc. (excluding any
business logic) without programming effort by administration.

I know, that most workflow tools or "Trouble Ticket Tools", based on
databases have this feature to easily configure new masks and add new
fields to the database, but i need it as an tool-unspecific layer for
the MS SQL Server.

Thank you very much for your feedback, any ideas are welcome!

Best regards, Heiko.
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Hi all.

I'm looking for a tool which should act like some kind of middleware/
logical layer bewtween the SQL server and the webbased user interface.

- It should be possible to easily create simple web forms (only data
input and output) without programming effort by "clicking" the fields
and their order on the web mask within an admnistrative interface.

- It should also be bossible to add "new fields" to the database,
including field type, permissions, value lists etc. (excluding any
business logic) without programming effort by administration.

I know, that most workflow tools or "Trouble Ticket Tools", based on
databases have this feature to easily configure new masks and add new
fields to the database, but i need it as an tool-unspecific layer for
the MS SQL Server.

Thank you very much for your feedback, any ideas are welcome!

Best regards, Heiko.


Maybe you want to look into the capabilities of the enterprise architect
version of dotnet.

Draggin and droppin datasources onto a form then binding a datagrid can give
a simple web form pretty quick.

It's perhaps worth mentioning that this can then quickly run into scaling
problems etc.
As with any sort of case tool, 4gl or whatever.

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Regards,
Andy O'Neill
Jul 23 '05 #2

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