Webpage and SQL interaction

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Programming Languages
SQL
SQL Server database
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The problem I need to figure out is that I need to have client information stored on an SQL server database and I need something to be able to use this information to get quotes from several insurance companies. All these companies require different info in a different order. So my questions are as follows: 1. Would it be possible to programme a web page to retreive certain info and send it in a certain order to each insurance company? 2.What would be the best language to programme the webpage in? 3. How would the request be sent to the insurance companies? 4. How would the insurance companies have to be set up so that they could receive my request, process it by searching their database and send quotes back? Try not to be too technical I'm still learning so if you could explain any techy speak it would be very much appreciated. Thanks

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1. Yes. You would simply need to define somewhere within the system what order the data is sent to which company.

2. ASP.NET would probably be a good choice for you.
3. It will be sent to the Insurance Companies though an HTTP Post.
4. They will want to setup a webmethod on a web server which you can send the data to.

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