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#1 eclipt

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Posted 06 June 2006 - 09:48 AM

can anyone help me to get the idea on how to develop a websites that able to accept 5 x 5 frame on a single page using php and mySQL.

if anyone have do it. please let me know how this system works

thank you

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Posted 07 June 2006 - 01:01 PM

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can anyone help me to get the idea on how to develop a websites that able to accept 5 x 5 frame on a single page using php and mySQL.

if anyone have do it. please let me know how this system works

thank you
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What do you mean by a "5 x 5 frame"? Do you mean a html frame within a html frameset? Or maybe a table?

Your subject mentions CCTV surveillance. Does your CCTV system offer its footage as a webservice, or through some other API? Some do, and some don't.

If your CCTV doesn't offer a programable interface, you may need to give up or get some other piece of kit to take a standard video feed from the CCTV system and offer it as a web service.

If your CCTV footage is already accessible as a web service, then the manual for that CCTV system should show how to access it.

Sorry I can't me more clear, but you need to provide more info.
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