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ray bond
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Joined: Oct 11, 2000
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hello , to all you servlet , jsp developers who developes online ecom , shopping web sites , I want to ask that how you organize sites , like when end user submit his order for item ,
do you retrive that data through servlets in text file on server or there are some othre practical methods to retrive this data ,
how often you check this data for order , like if it is in text file then you have to keep checking it ,
once user submit data , we can get that form data in servlet and display on order confirmation page , but how you get this data on the server itself , when user submit order form does database interaction happens immidietly or data is entered manyaaly , it would be very nice if you can give some example with code for getting form data from end user at server and guidance about this points ,
thank you
[This message has been edited by ray bond (edited November 30, 2000).]
Brett Knapik
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Joined: Oct 15, 2000
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Jewels & Treasures (my moms company) are currently planning on using php for our e-commerce site. We plan on making the upgrade to servlets/jsp as soon as I develop it.
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Brett Knapik
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forgot to answer your question. The order file is in a sql database under heavy security and we access the orders from the online administration. We get e-mailed if a new order has come in. Depending on what you are using a text file or my sql database. sql you execute sql commands to add it to the table for text file there is a function that you can write to a file. 2 of your questions are unclear the first one and the last one about database and manually interaction (i think that what you were trying to say)
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Sarada Bhasker
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Joined: Sep 11, 2000
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What is PHP?
Brian Nice
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Joined: Nov 02, 2000
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Try looking at the Java Pet Store application provided by Sun. It has all that you are talking about, though it is a little daunting to go through because there are so many classes. Maybe the section on design patterns will help you out. Sorry I don't know the URL, but it's on Sun's site java.sun.com
Frank Carver

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PHP is a dynamic website language and toolset very popular on Apache servers. See http://www.php.net for more details.

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