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SQL Website

I would like to create a stock control website for my toners and link it to an sql datebase so that quantitys can be subtracted or added using a form

and have got no idea where to start

can anyone help???
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andrewjones1987
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mostartCommented:
well first you have to decide what platform you will be using and what language.

Most likely you will use some linux based (windows will also work but I would not recommend) Apache Webserver along with a MySql installation. In order to communicate between your form (website) and your MySql Database you might use PHP as a scripting language.
You could also consider using a Content Management System (such as www.TypoLight.org ) which does a lot of the programming for you already.

Since I do not know anything about your programming skills and also your choices above yet its hard to help you any further though.
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andrewjones1987Author Commented:
Well basically - I want to run an internal website using IIS, and have SQL Server 2005 installed.

All I want is a page displaying a List of Toners and their relevant quantities and be able to add / subtract 1.
Ideally it would be nice to have a form that you could put the location in (room) and select remove or something.

My Programming skills are limited

Can you possibly help
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