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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash, CGI and e-commerce
From: Richard McLean
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 1999 15:23:24 +0100

>I understand you're on a unix server so you should have no problem
>getting it to work like a charm. I've been doing some dry run tests on a
>replicated live database that holds a bit over 190000 different items.
>The server is apache with ssl under linux using mysql and perl and the
>results are very impressive.
>I know the test database isn't all that big but I would say a Flash 4
>solution is clearly ready for prime time, in fact I'm already
>recommending it for some of my clients.

Any chance you could expand on this a bit more?

What parts are you doing in Flash, and what part are created by the CGI?

kind regards,
Richard McLean

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