A Naval Reserve database application and future network solutions
Patrou, Bruce M.
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This thesis develops a Naval Reserve squadron database management system prototype and provides recommendations on future network solutions. The development centers on a Strike Fighter Squadron 203 (VFA-203), located in Atlanta, Georgia. This project focuses on an application which will support those current critical administrative systems which are not electronically automated or do not reside in a distributed computing environment. Emphasis is on utilizing current hardware and software while minimizing costs, training and organizational change associated with new information systems. Database scaleability using Access 97 and IT 21 compliance are important features of this system. A small local area network (LAN) option in a Peer to Peer configuration is discussed as a means increase system efficiency by providing distributed access to this application. A future client/server network architecture capable of far greater scalability, network sharing and security will be recommended for further increases in system effectiveness
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