Dabbledb…One hour later

January 6, 2007 at 8:29 pm Leave a comment

Well we took the challenge and here are the results a fully fledged example of an online flexible database for Phil Wheatley the Director of the HM prison service.

Using Dabbledb we created a quick database with prisoner, prison, id number, date absonded, date captured and finally a field to see if they have been captured.

The director general would be able to view how many total prisoners have absconded, from what prison and at what dates. He could manipluate the data to his hearts content.

And the data could be updated or added to with the simple online form that Dabbledb creates automatically from the data. The DG could also be kept abreast of changes with the RSS ability, as soon an entry is changed he’d know about it.

I’ll make all the exports available over the next day or so. But there we are web2.0 generates a database in an hour, lets see how long the traditional IT industry takes to deliver something and at what cost.

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HM Prisons need a new database please help! Heres the online Prison database example

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