Hello Jeffrey,

My company, Computer Software Ltd, has a product Wizz400 that provides
shopping cart applications (and much more) feeding orders direct into a
DB2/400 back-office system. We would be most willing to give preferential
pricing for a non-profit organisation. Please take a look at


Jason Ellis
Product Director

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Sent: 13 March 2003 21:40
To: Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: [WEB400] Ported Open Source Code ????


         I know we have talked about shopping carts before.. But, I am
wondering if anyone has been successful at porting and connecting to
DB2/400 a simple shopping cart application ..  Have Calendars, Teddy Bears,
Gear Bags and T-Shirts for sale as support of a small non-profit...... The
last three come in colors, sizes, and can have custom lettering...


Jeffrey Silberberg
CompuDesigns, Inc.
Atlanta, GA. 30350
(770) 399-9464
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