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sasarcher
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Aug 25, 2002, 6:03 PM


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Fantasy Football League... Need a auto update script...

Can someone please help me with this? I've searched, and couldn't find anything that looked like it would do the trick...

I need a script or something that would allow me to enter info, like Players, Picks, Roster, ect into a form on the web, and it would automatically update the Players Page, Picks page, ect.... One at a time for each form of course... but been looking for a couple of days...

Or am I just looking in the wrong place?? Hehe... Dunno..



Please help... Any would be greatly appreciated... Thanks!!

Shawn


uri
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Aug 26, 2002, 12:00 AM


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Re: [sasarcher] Fantasy Football League... Need a auto update script...

sorry to say but my best advice is to hire a (decent) programmer.
fantasy sports are too complex for the typical freeware hacker out there so you are not likely to find anything.


sasarcher
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Aug 26, 2002, 12:54 PM


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Re: [uri] Fantasy Football League... Need a auto update script...

Well, I can manipulate scripts to some extent.... So basically I just need something for a simple text file... Without the HTML involved... Through a form or something... Just one textbox with the info, and after it sends, it will just update one certain page that it applies too... I can do SSI's and stuff, but this is for someone with absolutely no experience in designing websites.... just trying to help him a little...

Please, there has to be something... I've been looking at some of the database scripts, just not sure if that is what I need...


davorg
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Aug 27, 2002, 12:57 AM


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Re: [sasarcher] Fantasy Football League... Need a auto update script...

Well it sounds like what you want to maintain is a database, so yes, a database program might be a good idea :)

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