[Seaside] Re: Internal/external order tracking system

Sebastian Sastre sebastian at flowingconcept.com
Sat Dec 18 16:51:23 UTC 2010

I really don't understand why other option than a web application could be appealing.

On Dec 18, 2010, at 12:36 PM, Sean P. DeNigris wrote:

> Thank you both for the responses.
> I guess my question is what is the best architecture for the system?  I see
> three options:
> * run the server externally and provide logins for employees (but what
> happens when they lose their internet connection?)
> * run the server internally and provide public access (I'm hesitant to do
> this because I don't do much web stuff and don't understand the security
> implications)
> * keep two servers running and export the internal w/r system's data out to
> the external server at regular intervals (this seems very complicated).  If
> I did this, could it be done without a DB (e.g. with a reference stream)?
> I've read all the docs and done the tutorials, and everything seems
> straightforward once the direction is set.  And I'm curious if/how people
> are setting up existing systems like this with Seaside.
> Thanks.
> Sean
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