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Pro Version - User defined fields

Team,
Does the Pro Version of ImageKeeper1 envision the ability for foftware developers to add their own fields to the database in order to facilitate their query needs? Perhaps separate tables in order to protect base functionality, but capable of association to the base tables via foreign key concepts. A feature which would provide the ability for a developer to select subsets of images and/or image tags (picture, sound wave or animation names) assigned by the developer to their project, ultimately providing the capability to scroll through subsets of data in order to select and/or cut and paste from ImageKeeper1 into the developer's database. This may not be the intent of the Pro Version. I am not sure. It may be the 'Pro version' is geared to the professional management of images from an end user perspective rather than from a software developer's perspective.
Thank you for your time. Please let me know if this is not the correct forum for this type of question. I have an interest in where ImageKeeper1 is heading and would like to be as informed as possible without being intrusive on your time or using an inappropriate forum for questions of this nature.

This is about the cleanest (absence of distracting graphics etc.) clearest web site I have encountered. Nice work.

John Q. Adams
hobdew@msn.com

--John Q. Adams on Thu, Feb 27th, 2003 05:01:28 UTC

Answers

The "Pro" version will indeed be targeted more towards professional users which mostly means support for such things as higher-end database solutions (such as dedicated SQL servers), multi-user access, advanced scripting, support contracts, etc.

If the demand is there, we would certainly be willing to provide a developer SDK. However, we would need to see significant demand to make it worthwhile.

--Derry Bryson on Tue, Mar 4th, 2003 11:19:51 UTC



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