Hi, I’m making an online database (with some help). What I’m having trouble figuring out is how it might be possible to sell ‘records’…or rather the ability to add records. I would sell access to the database based on the number of records a user buys. Once you buy a record (or a thousand) you’d always have read access to the files you added. A user would probably be sold blocks of records. So, I’d need to track how many records were purchased…how many have been used…and limit the ability to add more records once the block has been all …

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Hey everyone, I'm a graphic designer about to undertake a project and need some good answers and advice. I'm currently building an online store that will have approximately 200+ products. As this is a wholesale company, only those who are members will be able to buy. So a customer login is needed. Prices will not be seen until client logs in. Now heres the tricky part. The prices on products vary depending on the client. So I need the online store to tie in with our accounting system. How would you approach this? What progamming would you do and why? …

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Hey everyone, I think this is the appropriate place for this posting. I'm a graphic designer about to undertake a project and need some good answers and advice. I'm currently building an online store that will have approximately 200+ products. As this is a wholesale company, only those who are members will be able to buy. So a customer login is needed. Prices will not be seen until client logs in. Now heres the tricky part. The prices on products vary depending on the client. So I need the online store to tie in with our accounting system. How would …

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How much for an iPhone-powered TomTom satnav? That's the question that has been on the lips of many an iPhone user ever since TomTom announced it was developing a version of the market leading turn-by-turn satellite navigation system especially for the iPhone. Now, it seems, we are a little closer to knowing the answer. I just hope you are sitting down before I reveal it. According to one online retailer which has broken ranks and [URL="http://www.handtec.co.uk/product.php/2126/tomtom-for-iphone-inc-mount"]gone public[/URL] with pre-order pricing, if you want an iPhone-powered TomTom satnav in your car it will cost you a cool £113.85 ($193.75) which works …

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As some of you may know, I am a Contributing Editor with [URL="http://www.pcpro.co.uk"]PC Pro Magazine[/URL] in the UK, which is why I am able to reveal that according to figures ‘obtained’ by the publication Microsoft Office 2007 will officially be a rip-off. If you are buying in the UK that is. While we, on this side of the pond, have long been used to getting the grubby end of the stick when it comes to IT product pricing, this one really takes the biscuit. Just as nobody expected the Spanish Inquisition, so nobody in the IT game over here expects …

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The End.