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    For the last couple of weeks I have been trying to come up with a setup to create a new part of my existing website.

    It would be a site listing the results of games, the players, referee, goalscorers, ...The idea is that users can search all results by these items. So one might be interested in knowing all the results against a certain opponent. The result would be a list sorted by year. When clicking on a result s/he would see the team composition including referee and other facts. Clicking on a player's name would show the number of games he played per season..and so on and so on...

    I have been looking at Access, MySQL, Coldfusion/UltraDev, .. What would be the best software to get started ? I have an Apache server, perl 5.

    Many thanks.
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    Hello,

    as normal way you can try starting with Apache/MySQL/PHP (or Perl) - and U can find a lot of info and hep in DevShed forums ...

    Ciao
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    You may want to start by looking for scripts that are available at http://hotscripts.com and you may find some that suits your need.

    If you are looking for customised solution, you may want to choose what platform you are comfortable in.

    If you are comfortable in UNIX environment, I will suggest a combination of PHP and MySQL for scripting and database. You can also use Perl for scripting. PHP can seamlessly integrate with MySQL due to the fact that PHP has built-in functions for you to do stuff in MySQL

    If you decide to go for Windows server, then ASP is probably the best choice.

    Dreamweaver Ultradev comes with ASP, ColdFusion and JSP support, so if you intend to use PHP, you can't really use Dreamweaver Ultradev. You have to use a good text editor to write your PHP code. Suggested text editor will be BBEdit for Macintosh and UltraEdit/TextPad for Windows.

    Just as a reference, I have Dreamweaver Ultradev 4.0 for designing web sites. When it comes to database solution, I use PHP/MySQL since I'm more comfortable with UNIX environment.

    If you have any problems with PHP/MySQL, you can check out the following forums that I frequently visit:

    http://forums.devshed.com
    http://www.sitepointforums.com

    Hope this helps.

    Laura

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