Hi fellow developers!
Im about to start a little project designed to be used by myself in my little 2-man company.
I need an application to manage products that i order home for my customers and along that i need a customer database.
So what i need is an application and a database. I want the application to be able to install on several (2) computers, but get and set information in a SQL database on a single server (running windows server OS).
Right now i have a customer database with name, numbers, mails in an excel file - somehow i would love to be able to import that, using the application, into my new SQL database. Thought that could be done if I format the informations into comma separated values.
My concern is not so much the whole programming and testing. My concern is making an installer and making an installer that gives me the option of choosing the SQL database settings for the program?
Any help/advice/tips/pointers will be appreciated
btw. I use Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 - C#
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Posted 09 February 2013 - 10:14 AM
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QuoteMy concern is making an installer and making an installer that gives me the option of choosing the SQL database settings for the program?
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This post has been edited by tlhIn`toq: 09 February 2013 - 10:18 AM
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