Sitesurfer Publishing to deliver new database management tool for the IP Mall

December 5, 2002

CONCORD, NH - Sitesurfer Publishing has been contracted to develop and implement a new database management tool for the Pierce Law IP Mall. The purpose of this project is to provide the IP Mall with a Web based management tool for their award winning online intellectual property Web Resources Topical Index.

The new database will initially be based on PHP scripting language and a MySQL database, but will shortly be migrated over to an ASP based scripting language using Microsoft SQL server as the backend database. Implementing this new Web based management tool will allow the IP Mall to hire non-technical staff to add, delete, and edit the extensive listing of online intellectual property resources tracked by the IP Mall. The site content will therefore be dynamic and easily updated in real-time.

The IP Mall ( is an award winning resource developed and maintained by Pierce Law (Franklin Pierce Law Center).

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