Authored By: blaine On: Fri, 12/14/2012 - 11:08

While working on a Drupal Commerce project for a client, which will be handling products and donations will also need to handle conference registrations. There is a commerce_registration module which is looking like a very nice contribution and should work well. The commerce registration module adds a new page to the checkout process for the custom registration fields that are mapped for the selected item being purchased.

Authored By: randy On: Wed, 03/30/2011 - 11:08

I'm working on another SQL Server 2008 and Drupal 7 project right now.  This particular project has a great deal of stored procedures and triggers in it to massage extrenal data to the right format for display in Drupal.

Doing Drupal/PHP development with SQL Server 2008 is easy using the 2008 Express (free) edition for those of us who don't use SQL Server regularily as a database on our development machines.  However, there is one small problem I ran in to on this current project:   SQL 2008 Express does not have any UI mechanisms in the SQL Management Studio to allow you to manage triggers!