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Any tips for programming internet-DB application with C++Builder5

Any tips for programming internet-DB application with C++Builder5

Any tips for programming internet-DB application with C++Builder5

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Hello!

I'm developing an application with C++Builder5. The application should run through Internet Explorer.

It should gather data from database (SQL Server 7) and produce reports (and possibly some graphs). Intention is to build it so that new type of reports can be generated on-line.

Do you have any suggestions for *good* tutorials/sample source code to help me. I would appreciate any links/help.

Thank you!

RE: Any tips for programming internet-DB application with C++Builder5

Here are a few of my favorite links:

nav.webring.yahoo.com/hub?ring=bcbwebring&list -- BCB Web Ring
www.bcbdev.com -- BCB Developers Site
www.bytamin-c.com -- Bytamin-C Site
bcbcaq.freeservers.com -- BCB Commonly Asked Question Site
www.codecorner.com -- Code Corner Site
www.thebits.org -- The Bits Site
www.mitov.com -- Brion Mitov's Site

You can probably find some tutorials and sample code somewhere in these.

James P. Cottingham
www.ivcusa.com

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