|Subject||RE: [IB-Architect] Compile Time Triggers|
On 2001.05.08 14:10:01 -0400 Jim Starkey wrote:
> At 06:29 PM 5/7/01 -0700, David Berg wrote:
> >I think it all comes down to deciding to what extent each customer is
> >accessing a slice of a common database (e.g. E*Trade) versus to what
> >each customer is really running his own independent database (e.g. an
> >accounting system run on an ASP basis, which would mean each customer
> >his own GL heirarchy, etc.).
> I think of ASP as the CISAM on web technologies -- it works if your
> standards are low enough and don't care about performance.
I think he means ASP as in Application Service Provider (your ISP runs your
db for you) rather than the m$ alleged technology.
> Jim Starkey
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