Love the idea of formspider and hope to use it for internal apps someday. But what about public facing apps? Is there any reason not to use formspider for these?

asked 16 Mar '11, 20:45

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Hi Scott. Thank you for your kind words. You can use Formspider for public facing apps. There is no reason why you wouldn't. Do you have a particular concern or a question?

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answered 17 Mar '11, 06:29

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That's great! I'm a consultant and would like to develop a site that I could resell to my testing laboratory clients to allow their customers to see results and do some simple status queries. I'm a 20 year Oracle Forms guy so that makes formspider quite appealing vs. the other choices. I was just concerned about the usual security issues because the webserver database will need to have some semi-sensitive data pushed over from the production machine for the site to function properly.

Sounds like it's worth giving it a try. Can I get instructions for installing on a linux database?

Thanks!

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answered 17 Mar '11, 12:00

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Scott, I think you and Formspider will be a perfect match. I hope you enjoy it. During development, please contact us with any questions or comments you might have. We will spoil you with our support. :-) The installation guide for Linux is being prepared. It will be ready on March 23rd. I will inform you when it is available.

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answered 18 Mar '11, 05:10

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Scott, the installation guide for Linux is ready. You can view it at the following URL: http://theformspider.com/blog/2011/03/23/how-to-install-formspider-to-linux-or-mac-os-x/

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