A church needs a web-based database to track its members, committees, gifts from members and more. Since one of our members is a database designer, we have already designed the database structure. It includes 19 tables. (See the attached documents for details.) I imagine this as a Drupal installation, but would consider another software base. Functionality: Members would be able to login to this private website and have permission to access various combinations of tables. (That is, some members would have access to, say, the financial gift records, whereas others would not.) Members would be able to add/delete/view records, view and print reports, and send emails to a found set of members. Attached is a simple rendition of a login screen, as well as a screen shot mock-up of a sample report. (Note: The illustrated report, "NCC Mailing Addresses," shows fields from various related tables.) Also included is a pdf of the DB tables and their relations. The web server on which this will reside runs Linux (Linux 2.6.9-023stab051.3-smp). List of attachments: 1. [url removed, login to view] Describes desired tables, searches, etc. 2. [url removed, login to view] Visual diagram of database tables and fields 3. [url removed, login to view] Mock-up of login screen 4. [url removed, login to view] Mock-up of one report, displaying data from several tables. 5. [url removed, login to view] (This file)
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Linux 2.6.9 MySQL PHP5 Drupal or other software engine.