Database research Query 1

Daryl 'Dash' Geoghegan
Tue, 21 Oct 2003 04:00:54 PDT
Greetings, I trust this day finds you well.

I am collecting information for a database builder here in Oz. Currently,
many software Database Managers are available in the US and exceed everyday
costs for most Aussies.

The development of this particular Australian  Database Manager is going to
cost $50.00 - $70.00 AU. I think this is an acceptable/affordable cost. This
Manager can hold multi collection data records such as dividing you whole
plant collection into groups like my plants, plants for sale, plants for
trade, hold as many fields as you like, search within you database, Pictures
of your bulbs/plants/whole garden, Families, print out a report on each
section ( an infinite amount of sections can be added ), you get the idea.
First inception use has been for coin and a demo can be download from

Now that I have told you a little background information, what I need from
you, should you be interested in a Collection Database Manager is what type
of fields you think it needs. Name as many as you can think of.

The aim is to have a Horticultural Database that can apply to all plant
types for all types of plant collectors.

Any feed back is most appreciated.

Thank you,


Daryl 'Dash' Geoghegan, Mainly Amaryllids Garden,
P O Box 173, Barnawartha,Victoria,3688, Australia.
+61 02 60267377
Visit my web site @
Now with Online Payment Method

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