Sounds like it may be overkill. Check out WebFiler
(http://www.webfiler.com). It is an end-user database that lets you set
everything up with only the browser. Since it allows upload and
download of data using direct browser uploads/email, etc. and supports
ODBC, you can publish most data sources very quickly.
Essentially, WebFiler is like a desktop database available from a
browser. It requires no programming or SQL knowledge; has incredible
multi-user/multi-group security control built-in; runs on about any
NT/95 web server; has a complete end-user, DBMS interface through the
browser. You basically start with a working system and customize it on
the server itself.
You can try it on their site and also download a free trial.
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 1997 23:11:31 -0500
From: Robert PMC <email@example.com>
Organization: PMC Partners
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