Our company produces continuing legal education programs. We have an internal Access/MSSQL database that we want to migrate to Ruby on Rails so that we can use it more efficiently off-site over the Internet and can eliminate our Windows server (we're primarily an Apple shop and access the Windows server through remote desktop connection). The database currently has about 120 tables 225 forms and 150 reports, although we don't need to migrate all of it at once. We're very happy with the functionality, so we're not looking to invent a new system. As a feasiblity study, we'd like to start with a smaller project. Our President is an oil painter and we have a realtively simple Access database that we use to keep track of her paintings. Assuming that works well, we'd move on to the larger project. Thanks, kc
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