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How to develop a "standalone open-ended database app"

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chandra1212

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I want to develop a software with the following properties / functions:

1. I will design a back-end database (somewhat big) initially.

2. I need to create a front-end GUI for interactivity. It should either be a HTML page or a windows application.

3. I need to integrate the two of them in such a way that the software should allow users to view, edit, and modify the already created database from their computers.

Please suggest the best tools I require. I already have the database created.

Is it possible to make a "standalone" program of the above? So that the users need not have the database program but can still add to it just using the front-end...?

Do I require a special program to package the application (in case its a windows program)?

Thanks for any help you might be able to offer.
Chandra.
 
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chandra1212

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Hi.

Thanks for the info. I am checking it out...

I installed another utility from one of the Digit disks called MySql Maestro. I am unable to create a database in it.

It asks for Host Name and Port Number. It does not accept Localhost. Should I install the MySql server first..??

Also I want to know if MS Access can create an EXE out of the database that I can install in any windows system for usage.

Thanks for all the help.
Chandra.
 
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