Check out the following sites. They may be robust enough for what you would
like to do, but web-enabling them is well documented.
Hope that helps...John.
Carla Kuiken wrote:
> We're a small group maintaining a sequence database on a UNIX platform.
> We're currently using Sybase for our database work, but this is getting
> prohibilively expensive, so we're looking for an alternative.
>> The database is not large, but it's fairly complicated. We're in the
> process providing web access to it (which is why Sybase suddenly wants a
> lot more money for the license). We store genetic sequences and
> background info, and are currently adding links to Medline, Genbank etc.
>> What database programs (if any) do other people use for this type of
> work? There must be more to choose from than just Informix, Sybase and
> Oracle, but we haven't seen much yet. Any tips, advice or horror stories
> much appreciated! Thanks very much in advance.
>> Carla Kuiken
> HIV Sequence Database
> Los Alamos National Laboratory
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