Home
Top.Mail.Ru Yandeks.Metrika
Forum: "Bases";
Current archive: 2004.12.12;
Download: [xml.tar.bz2];

Down

Accounting documentation Find similar branches


Explorer   (2004-11-15 08:04) [0]

Masters!
In a multi-user system, it is necessary to make accounting for different documentation (acts, etc.) for each user.
Formats of source documents * .doc and * .xls, as well as the ability to create new documents in the application.
Tell me, how is it better to store different documents in the database (or locally?) And which formats (convert or store) use at the same time?



paul_k ©   (2004-11-15 08:32) [1]

IMHO - Store - naturally on the server.
In the database to store in the form of paths to files or to base the entire file to push - your choice. You can cram rake yuser in any implementation variant



Explorer   (2004-11-15 08:34) [2]

And at the expense of new documents?
As well as viewing stored documents in the application?



roottim ©   (2004-11-15 10:51) [3]

- Ole! or more likely ActiveX
- can run on Shell separately ..
- if xls is not really needed ... there is RichEdit for rtf



Pages: 1 whole branch

Forum: "Bases";
Current archive: 2004.12.12;
Download: [xml.tar.bz2];

Top









Memory: 0.56 MB
Time: 0.077 c
3-1100508460
neat
2004-11-15 11:47
2004.12.12
TDBLookupComboBox


1-1101825652
denis24
2004-11-30 17:40
2004.12.12
month word


1-1101477916
Pentium133
2004-11-26 17:05
2004.12.12
Stinging Canvas


4-1098854639
Shura
2004-10-27 09:23
2004.12.12
WindowsXP and MailSlot privileges


1-1101389411
Layner
2004-11-25 16:30
2004.12.12
Scrolls on TPanel





afrikaans albanian Arabic armenian azerbaijani basque belarusian bulgarian catalan Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) croatian Czech danish Dutch English estonian filipino finnish French
galician georgian German greek haitian Creole hebrew Hindi hungarian icelandic indonesian Irish italian Japanese Korean latvian lithuanian macedonian malay maltese norwegian
persian polish portuguese Romanian russian serbian slovak Slovenian Español swahili Swedish thai turkish Ukrainian urdu vietnamese welsh yiddish bengali bosnian
cebuano Esperanto gujarati hausa hmong igbo javanese kannada khmer lao latin maori marathi mongolian nepali punjabi somali tamil telugu yoruba
zulu
English French German Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish