06-25-2004, 09:43 PM
I've been bamboozled; the client said to design for IE 4+, but now they want to include Netscape 6+. Being a tricky and trusting soul I used Microsoft's Tabular Data Control. OOPS! I'm not very familiar with the capabilities of Netscape; is there a easy way to get the functionality of the TDC without going the database route? For IE and small databases having the functionality client side is very quick as it does not require a trip to and query in the server.
Which is in fact the code which works for IE4+ and does not work for NS6?
yeah, u'r gonna need a serverside route now.
depending on server and db, you might have to go down the ASP / PHP / JSP route.
07-01-2004, 05:42 AM
Kor and Jbot,
Thanks for your response. Microsoft's Tabular Data Control is pretty cool for creating small client databases, but I'd pretty much come to the same conclusion; for NN browsers I need to create a serverside database. The uncool thing about the TDC is that it's a Microsoft exclusive solution.
Thanks again, GrandpaB