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4th June, 2010 at 22:01:27 -

Just out of courrorisoity, is there anayway i could use lacewing to build a log in system that could be accessed from anay computer on the web? Example: i make my account on coumputer 1 and then i acess this account from computer 2?

 
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4th June, 2010 at 22:33:37 -

Well, an SQL/MySQL database would probably be a better idea, but if you wanted to make a simple application that stored information and was always connected to the lacewing server and channel, it would probably work (unreliably--connection timeouts and whatnot).

 

  		
  		

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5th June, 2010 at 03:40:32 -

unless youre willing and ABLE to program a custom lacewing server using the C++ or Python implementations of lacewing then no. there isnt.

like OMC said, SQL/MySQL or some other database service would be better. then you woul just use lacewing or the GET object to GET or POST information to a script that accesses the database. which STILL requires some knowledge of programming as you will have to write the asp/php/[whatever] script that receives the GET/POST data and accesses the database.

 
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7th June, 2010 at 20:24:46 -

oh, thanks

do you know were i can find anay examples on SQL? all the built in ones require the dialog box which is not supported by MFF2

 
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