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Topic # 86246 4-Jul-2011 15:31
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Hey guys,

anyone ever seen an app for a phone or tablet that can link up to a shop's stock system. i dont know if anyones heard of it but we use accuterm and are trying to find a way to link our stock up with either a tablet or phone...

Anyone know where to start? 




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  Reply # 489225 4-Jul-2011 16:11
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Depends on your budget.

If the accuterm doesn't provide one then you will have to look at interfacing with the database backend yourself.

Their maybe a generic app on the market that will interface with any .mdb or sql database (or other database if you use something different) over the network. Can't say i have heard of one though.

If your budget can stretch the best bet is to get an app developer to make one.
Wouldn't be to hard if you use a standard database backend.

Really just connecting to that over the network and building a front end UI for it.

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  Reply # 489314 4-Jul-2011 19:06
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Vend?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 489330 4-Jul-2011 20:04
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Thanks for that mate ive just emailed them, looks promising.




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