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Simple database with browser access.

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20 years ago, I launched a bug list or trouble list using a database with a web server capability.  That way, we could host it on our internal network and folks could share in its use.
At the time, we had a peer-to-peer network.  Microsoft Access required a server that we didn't have.  So, I used FileMakerPro and, while a little clunky, served the purpose.

Today, I'm faced with the same kind of objective.  But, we have Windows Server 2019 servers.
I'm no particular fan of Microsoft Access but wonder this:
What database program might we use to present:
1) A simple form for folks to enter new records using their web browser?
2) Reasonable ways for non-technical folks to access the data without having to construct queries.

This is a small company and many of the records are to support process audits - important but not essential to operations.  So, we need to use a "light touch" re: development and other costs.

The immediate application I have in mind is a change management log.  So, there may be documents attached to a change record.

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Will Loving
President, Dedication Technologies, Inc.

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