Last post Jul 13, 2005 09:06 AM by webguru03
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Apr 14, 2005 09:02 AM|shashi2005|LINK
Is there any auction module for dnn 3.0.12
Apr 19, 2005 11:13 PM|sf_adam|LINK
I've been searching for a while, and I cannot find any ASP.NET auction software. I am very interested in a module, or other DNN-integrated product. I work for a traditional auctioneer and would be willing to project manage (specifications, documentation,
testing, etc) and fund some of the development.
FYI, Beyond Solutions is written in Cold Fusion, and the copy on their website, to me, indicates the low quality of the company, "Other auction packages were designed using ASP. Although it is fairly simple to program ASP the problems encountered are more
complex when designing enterprise-level software." "There are some ASP related memory leaks that can cause problems like this. A more elegant solution would be to use a similar software written in a more robust language such as Cold Fusion."
The best of the ASP versions, to me, seem to be:
Based in Philly. They told me they will create a .net version, but cannot give a timeframe. Company also has consulting services.
Located in VT. New 4.0 release Apr 05. Still asp 3.0.
Active Auction House
Aspin.com has several other listed.
If anyone is interested in creating a package for DNN or paying to have a package created, please reply.
May 03, 2005 09:59 PM|ronhuszar|LINK
I have a need for a module like this. It looks like it has about everything where looking for except for a couple of features.
Does it have the ability to email the last bidder when there bid has been out bid? Might be nice if it emailed all item bidders.
It would be nice to display a thumbnail images when displayed in item list view.
Please keep me informed of your progress. As I'm looking at this module for a non profit your estimate of charging 20 to 40 dollars would also fit there budget.
Jul 13, 2005 09:06 AM|webguru03|LINK