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As a work on the review for my Water Warriors Charger, I find myself needing to update the information in the database that drives iSoaker.com's Soaker/Product Listing. iSoaker.com's database was developed in Microsoft Access since I was once able to use the database more-or-less as is when the site was powered by Macromedia ColdFusion. When iSoaker.com transitions from being based on ColdFusion over to PHP, the backend database was swapped from MS Access to mySQL. Thankfully, I fould a converter so still maintain the source information in MS Access and then end up pushing updates to the mySQL server when needed. While perhaps not as elegant as creating a means to do database updates using forms online, this method also has me less worried about the data being corrupted.