Web-based database applications : an educational, administrative management system for military academies
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Not only does a military academy have all the information overload of a normal university but it also has the extra burden of the military environment. Without a reliable information system, administrative and educational functions cannot be performed. This thesis deals with the problem of administrative overload in managing student, faculty, regiment personnel and course data in a military academy. It proposes an Educational Administrative Management System (EAMS), a Web-based data management system, as a solution. With this goal in mind, existing client-server architectures, server side application development tools and database technologies are explored, and the best configuration of these tools is selected. Some of them are recommended. As a result of the study, Java Servlets and Java Server Pages are found as the optimal server-side programming tool for the application. A working prototype of the system is provided based on Oracle 8i DBMS, Apache Tomcat Web server, Java Servlets and Java Server Pages. Suggestions are provided for coping with change management issues during the implementation of the system.
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