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 From: Mike Gagnon
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 Pointe Claire
 Canada
 Mike Gagnon
 To: Pete Sass
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 Pete Sass
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Subject: RE: Pricing Question
Thread ID: 395436 Message ID: 395446 # Views: 43 # Ratings: 0
Version: Not Applicable Category: Web Applications
Date: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 2:15:16 AM         
   


> > Hi Pete,
> >
> > If MS "SQL Server" setup effort is the main concern, I think using the MS "Entity Framework", version 4.1 and beyond, with a "Code First" design approach could be an option, because that way the typical, frequent DB server administration tasks is almost all done by your own code, i.e. a simple access attempt would make the EF part create or update the custom DB structure including "seed" values if necessary.
> > http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/data/jj193542.aspx
> >
> > As for MS "SQL Express v LocalDB v SQL Compact Edition" in that context:
> > http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jerrynixon/archive/2012/02/26/sql-express-v-localdb-v-sql-compact-edition.aspx
> >
> >
> >
> > hth
> > -Stefan
> >
> >
>
>
> Hi,
>
> No SQL Server is not the main concern. After dozens of SQL Server installations and
> setup with minor changes to allow remote in IP + port access the SQL Server installation
> is a walk in the park.
> Customer going with his own SQL Server on site as he needed a server anyways and is
> putting all business file and documents on a centralized server. Also upgrading his
> Simply Accounting software to enterprise version so all centralized on this same server.
>
> My question revolves around a truly customized checkout and credit card payment web program where
> fields in SQL Server have to say match up with clients Simply Accounting inventory structure
> and customer of course wants professional looking check out box matching existing website colors and
> of course adding in customer's own logos and banner tops, etc.
>
> Then of course all the extras like taking and creating an invoice and converting into PDF format
> and the smtp email senders, etc.
> Involved as well Sales Order and Sales OrderDetails table on SQL Server and included in the credit
> card check out system is a web interface allowing the viewing of all sales order by, date, date range
> and by customer. This would all be C# web forms involved in this.
>
> My question is pointed to total time to code that I ball parked and quoted at 44 hours. I am curious
> what other developers would roughly ball park for such as web check out system?
> Your best guess is only what I am after here?
>
>
> Pete "the IceMan", from the Great White North of Canada.
> www.marathongriffincomputers.com

44 to me is low if you include testing.

Mike Gagnon

ENTIRE THREAD

Pricing Question Posted by Pete Sass @ 1/14/2014 9:08:11 PM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by Stefan Wuebbe @ 1/14/2014 9:39:12 PM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by Pete Sass @ 1/14/2014 11:01:40 PM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by Mike Gagnon @ 1/15/2014 2:15:16 AM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by Pete Sass @ 1/15/2014 3:06:09 AM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by David Mustakim @ 1/15/2014 3:07:52 AM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by Stefan Wuebbe @ 1/15/2014 12:05:36 PM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by Tom Saddul @ 1/15/2014 6:49:34 AM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by Pete Sass @ 1/15/2014 2:09:27 PM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by David Mustakim @ 1/15/2014 2:37:12 PM
RE: Pricing Question Posted by Pete Sass @ 1/15/2014 9:37:13 PM