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Creating a website in D5?

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We have D5 Enterprise.
NT 4 with IIS for a web server.

How do we create web pages using Delphi?

We are looking to do a fairly data intensive site. A question and answer support site for software that we have written.
I am trying to convince the owner of the company that D5 is a great tool to do this in. Problem is that i have not used this side of Delphi yet and could use some pointers to wow our pres and show him how great Delphi is.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks

bozo
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HI
download these examples:

http://www3.ewebcity.com/joep/webserver.zip 


they will show quite good what you need.
communicating through database .

Regards Barry
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wow Barry, now you were very quick! I just saw the question and when I wanted to read it, it was already answered!
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Migrating Your Company's PCs

To keep pace with competitors, businesses must keep employees productive, and that means providing them with the latest technology. This document provides the tips and tricks you need to help you migrate an outdated PC fleet to new desktops, laptops, and tablets.

 
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hi folks,
i asked the same question a while back and epsylon made these demos i have linked to for me.they are really good to learn web database stuff with etc :-)
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I just found the word doc included.

I will read through it and get back.
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I just found the word doc included.

I will read through it and get back.
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by:Epsylon
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Wow barry, I am flattered   :o)
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Now do I compile these as dlls and place them in a directory on our web server?
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yep ,i used sambar web server ,but for you it should be cgi-bin id imagine where you put dlls.
note,
a couple of the components that have html fields filled in have the cgi-bin coded into them in some paths .
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In IIS you have to enable 'execute' privileges...
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Thank you, thank you!!!!!!
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