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Hi,
I am a free lancer and almost 10 months ago started developing websites with Frontpage...and few days ago a client of mine told me to develop a website for them..the nature of business of his organization is to export leather and leather goods...and they have so many customers outside the country...

So he needs to take orders from outside through a Ordering Forms...and i wanna tell you about what softwares I am using right now...
I have Windows'98 + Webserver and I installed from the Win98 CD Addons folder..and I have Frontpage '98 installed and I have Access '97 with MS-OFFICE '97...

So its kinda new task for me cause I never use this database stuff in my websites...and its kinda challanging task so please suggest me way of working...I mean is this suitable to use and develop with a database or we can export the contents of Form through email...and i dont have any idea that where we will keep our database...just on server or at client machine....suggest me the complete way from using database to uploading...

Thanks,
Zahid

So please suggest me that
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I recommend using ASP which will post the information to a database.  You can then use a thrid-party application like JMail to send the email.  It will inform them that an order has been placed and can link them to an "order" display.  For more details, email me at masseym@mrqcorp.com

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