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JavaScript AJAX Basics (retiring) jQuery and AJAX The Office Status Project Revisited

Office Status Project: Changing database type to SQLServer without using .net

Database connection is a topic that I'd like to understand.

In most the businesses I've worked in they used a Microsoft SQLServer database. Is it simple to adjust this app to work with a SQLServer database. If so how hard would something like that be?

I saw some info about using .net for this (I'm resisting the urge to wander into another programming language as I'm typing this :) ). I want to stick with just javascript and jQuery until they are second nature.