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C programming of inventory management for a local shop

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Why do you program in c or visual basic
if you can do the job with a database software access for example
and if you want your problem to be solved you must provide more info

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What inventory management software should I use?


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How to develop online inventory system for a iron sail shop and which programming language is good for inventory and which database ? and php, mysql can help?


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Hello I see that you may be leaning toward open source, and that is a good idea for your inventory. Of course MySql will work. You could use MS Office Access, or Oasis is another good one. My previous experience has been that people hear all these big names about databases and might not even need one that expensive. Are you determined to write this one yourself or do you have a programmer in the family or are you going to pay for one? It depends on how extensive your inventory is, if you are looking at less than 500 to 1000 items then these programs may really be overkill. It is surprising how many small businesses are actually running on Quickbooks. You can take a program like that and others similiar and use just the inventory module. Some people might even be able to get by with Microsoft Works or other smaller programs. Most database programs have templates that may not be exactly like your business, but allow modification to the templates to make it more like your own. I hope this was useful and please comment if this was helpful to you.

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Source code for Inventory management system in ASP.Net


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ya i can assist u.
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