Please advise. I want to have a front which can be used to open various smaller programs.(databases) and one small vb.net program from my website.
I want this to be available with a payed time limit. Choose which of the databases you want to use and for how long. Minimum limit for the vb.net program.
I am lost - Thought of using vb.net and use sql server but was advised that a database can't handle large volumes of clients. Will I need to use something else???
Please give some help which is the best way..
Last edited by SG01; 11-12-2010 at 07:26 AM.
Who in the world told you that? Do you think commerical sites use text files to store their information?
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SQL Server is a fine choice. Oralce is another. If this is for a web site, I would consider going with ASP.NET
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