Project Title:   Public Affairs Council
Period:          June 2000 through August 2000. Occasional support continues.
Clie...
Figure 1 - Front Page
Figure 2 - Publications Catalog




Figure 3 - Shopping Cart and Catalog
Figure 4 - Shopping Cart
Figure 5 - Checkout Process
Figure 6 - Search the Membership Directory




Figure 7 - Additional Search Options
Figure 8 - Search Results




Figure 9 - Full Text Searching of News Items
Figure 10 - Full Text Search Results
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Portfolio Public Affairs Council

  1. 1. Project Title: Public Affairs Council Period: June 2000 through August 2000. Occasional support continues. Client: Triad Communications Complexity: 2 databases, 7 tables, 140 Meg of live data. 40 ASP pages, 1000 lines of code. 6 Perl CGI applications, 600 lines of code. Technology: IIS 5.0 ASP Perl 5 Oracle 8i Summary: The Public Affairs Council operates a website for the general public as well as it’s members in order to disseminate information, maintain a member directory for the use of other members and a shopping cart for selling publications. Full administrative functions were developed in order to track sales, adjust cart inventory and handle shipping and billing functions. Real-time credit card processing is supported. The membership directory databases are written in Perl using a custom designed database package. The membership directory was inherited from a previous vendor. Full text searching was also added to the site in order to search news items in the PAC library. Code Gurus assisted Triad Communications as the developer of all active content, databases, directories and shopping cart functions. Graphical design was performed in-house by Triad employees. URLs: http://www.pac.org/ Reference: Tara Sprafkin 202-332-3800 tara@triad-com.com
  2. 2. Figure 1 - Front Page
  3. 3. Figure 2 - Publications Catalog Figure 3 - Shopping Cart and Catalog
  4. 4. Figure 4 - Shopping Cart
  5. 5. Figure 5 - Checkout Process
  6. 6. Figure 6 - Search the Membership Directory Figure 7 - Additional Search Options
  7. 7. Figure 8 - Search Results Figure 9 - Full Text Searching of News Items
  8. 8. Figure 10 - Full Text Search Results

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