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I have a program developed in .net and written C#. It is a web front end for a MS SQL database. We have football clubs and players. What we want to do is create a football formation (e.g. 4-4-2) and drag and drop players from a club into a particular position in the formation (e.g. drop goalkeeper into the goalkeeper position). We need to be able to dynamically call up the players in a club. We have the SQL code written to find all the players currently in each club. What we require is a flash based front end which we can use. The flash program would become part of our program. We need to be able to save the final flash file, so that it can be displayed later on in a different part of the program, and also called up again if we need to edit the players. We do not know much about flash so the programmer who takes the project will have to guide us on how best to do this job
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MS SQL - .Net framwork 1.1 - code for the rest of the project is written in C# - should be able to run on IE, Netscape etc....