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TomY

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Posted: 01/22/2004, 9:28 AM

I am working with a client who has CCS 1.0.7.0, though they have never used it intensively. They are stuck on a point that they simply never got past and asked that I take a look at it. I am not personally familiar with CCS, but have checked through the site FAQs and their code and approach appear to be in-line with examples I have found.

The backend is a normalized mySql 3.23.49 database using canonical xx2yy tables to represent many-to-many relationships. What they wish to do is design PHP4 frontend for entering new products. Every new product must also create entries for the new productid in several joining tables. Not rocket science, but the problem seems to be that even though the insert to the main table _is_ occurring, the code in the custom code for AfterInsert is not ever reached.

Using CCS appeals to the client for site maintenance reasons, indeed this is why they originally purchased the product. They are also asking if they should go for the upgrade. So, as a follow on to the above question and because I haven't worked with the product to any great extent myself, I would welcome any comments from forum participants. Particularly, changes from 1.0.7.0 to the current version which forum members found especially useful, if the IDE is better at dealing with changes in designs -- things like that.

Many thanks in advance.

:Tom
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DonB
Posted: 01/22/2004, 9:45 AM

Definitely download the 2.0 version. No charge to do so, as far as I know,
if the 1.0.7 was purchased and activated. There are many improvements and
bug-fixes as well as some nice new features.

If that does not cure the event problem then followup with more details -
espec. the event code itself - would be helpful.

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"TomY" <TomY@forum.codecharge> wrote in message
news:540100841a80bf@news.codecharge.com...
> I am working with a client who has CCS 1.0.7.0, though they have never
used it intensively. They are stuck on a point that they simply never got
past and asked that I take a look at it. I am not personally familiar with
CCS, but have checked through the site FAQs and their code and approach
appear to be in-line with examples I have found.
>
> The backend is a normalized mySql 3.23.49 database using canonical xx2yy
tables to represent many-to-many relationships. What they wish to do is
design PHP4 frontend for entering new products. Every new product must also
create entries for the new productid in several joining tables. Not rocket
science, but the problem seems to be that even though the insert to the main
table _is_ occurring, the code in the custom code for AfterInsert is not
ever reached.
>
> Using CCS appeals to the client for site maintenance reasons, indeed this
is why they originally purchased the product. They are also asking if they
should go for the upgrade. So, as a follow on to the above question and
because I haven't worked with the product to any great extent myself, I
would welcome any comments from forum participants. Particularly, changes
from 1.0.7.0 to the current version which forum members found especially
useful, if the IDE is better at dealing with changes in designs -- things
like that.
>
> Many thanks in advance.
>
> :Tom
> ---------------------------------------
> Sent from YesSoftware forum
> http://forums.codecharge.com/
>


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