A very useful Access Database solution, that has reached a point of maturity, and modest acceptance in the local fruit packing industry, which I would like converted to a MySQL, Apache, PHP solution, to enable larger packing sheds to adopt the solution. Some progress has been made to a point where I now require reoprts, labels to be printed to site specific printers etc. The data structure/relationships is subject of Copyright, as is the Access forms frontend. Added:Aug 8th: (My Apologies, I presumed replies were public) The project is a mature (6 years development) Access Application, comprising a Frontend, with numerous Forms, reports, querys, and a backend file with Data tables. Currently it is running in two large packing sheds, one Access to access, and the other m$SQL to access. I have just completed a MySQL database where I rationalised the tables by using more standardised naming conventions, (after 6 years I may have learnt something :-)) I.e. tbl_pallet, tbl_load etc etc About a dozen tables. I have used a PHP/ASP Web application conversion product which results in a suitable tool for general Adding and editing of tables, however a specialized Pallet Manager, with links to printing labels on thermal printers etc needs to be supplied. No doubt any developer, will see a better way of arriving at the same result. The operators of the application however have dared me to change it to much. Barcodes on Labels (EAN13 and EAN128 are used). The structure is mature, and pretty standard, about what you would expect. The result I am seeking is an Intranet, LAMP/WAMP solution, which then gives us access to other technologies, to enable managers to glean more useful product movement, packout ratios from. Some industry help might be available, and a small market could result. By that I mean a few packhouses will be checking to see what comes of this.
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