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Porting an Apex application

Porting an Apex application

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Not sure if this is the correct place, but hopefully it is.

I have ported a simple sports club membership system from Access to Application Express, and it works fine on my PC.

I have now been asked to see if it can be put on the Club's website host server, so can be used by other Club officers and coaches.

I am confused by the documentation, so simply, is it possible?

I am sure the webhost doesn't really want me to install all of APEX on its server.

Thanks



RE: Porting an Apex application

The APEX software has to be on the clubs server for the APEX application to be used.

Bill
Lead Application Developer
New York State, USA

RE: Porting an Apex application

(OP)
Thanks,

That's what I thought might be the case. Will have to go down some other route then.

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