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imagineauctions
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Jan 10, 2003, 8:08 AM

Post #1 of 3 (3837 views)
Perl w/ MySQL Experience Needed Quote | Reply | Private Reply

Good Morning All,

I need someone in working with Perl and MySQL databases to help me modify a banner management script. I paid for it and it installs fine, but there are bugs in it and I can't even get the company that wrote it to answer my emails or support requests. They called it v3.5 Pro, but I can't find anything professional about it all, except it would take a professional programmer's patience to register with the program.

I know some Perl, but I don't know a thing about MySQL except how to install the database on my server.



Any interested parties, contact me please.



Jeremy
Deals & Steals Auctions.
ImagineAuctions Software
AuctionHosts.com


Paul
Enthusiast

Jan 12, 2003, 3:39 AM

Post #2 of 3 (3825 views)
Re: [imagineauctions] Perl w/ MySQL Experience Needed [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply

I hate to advertise my own products but I'm just coming to the beta stage with my own ad management script.

It is written in perl, uses mysql and has integrated payment modules - currently paypal is supported but more will be added. Basically your clients can sign up, add campaigns and media and then add credit to their campaigns - it's like a complete PPC ad system.

If you are interested I can send you the demo URL via private message.


abelsgmx
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Apr 1, 2003, 3:51 PM

Post #3 of 3 (3756 views)
Re: [imagineauctions] Perl w/ MySQL Experience Needed [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply

Crazy Hi, sorry is 2 month later, has you solved your problem?, let me know if can i help you, i developed a e-learnig system with perl and mysql, they do a very good team...

 
 


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