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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ACADEMIC INFORMATION SYSTEM USING RELATIONAL DATABASE AND HTTP SEVER

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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ACADEMIC INFORMATION SYSTEM USING RELATIONAL DATABASE AND HTTP SEVER A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE OWERRI

ABSTRACT
In our today activities, most people have some kind of “database” collections of CDs, students’ academic entries, a phonebook of phone numbers and name entries, vehicles parts, records to be processed by a program. With a bit more precision, the term database means a logically coherent collection of related data with inherent meaning, built for a certain application and representing a “mini-word”. A database management system (DBMS) is the software that allows database to be defined, constructed, and manipulated. Developing HTTP and RDBMS information service for federal polytechnic Nekede, owerri was the core of this project work. The integration which implemented, project the strength of the institution, provided most level of functionality and reduced the hitherto duplication of data so often the case with student particulars and the resultant stressful situation which the academic staff face in record manipulation.
In considering the design of a web driven relational database management system; it is obvious that RDBMS succeed to a very large extent which depends on the level of data structure while structure itself depends on the level of reliability, which can be achieved through the kind of tables and web interface to be rendered, and the requirements needed. It is my convictions that a closer look at this project work give insight and vital information to any interested person who wish to know the requirement for developing a HTTP and a relational database management system server to effectively implement an academic information system. The design has demonstrated its HTML web pages integration via ASP.NET programming by demystifying and defining what it takes to implement an Internet information service, HTTP server, a MsSQL relational database management system and a ASP.NET web pages.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Approval page
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table of contents
CHAPTER ONE
1.1  Introduction
1.2  Background of study
1.3  Statement of the problem
1.4  Objective of the study
1.5  Significance of the study
1.6  Scope and limitation of the study
1.7  Definition of terms
CHAPTER TWO
2.1  Review of related literature
2.2  Data and information
2.3  Database model
2.4  Data relation and keys
2.5  Entity and integrity constraints
2.6  Data normalization
2.7  Local network and internet
 
CHAPTER THREE
3.1  Brief description and analysis of the existing
3.2  Data collection method
3.3  Input process output form analysis
3.4  Problems of the exist system
3.5  Justification for the new system
3.6  System design
3.7  File design
3.8  Database implementation
3.8.1       Software requirement
3.8.2       Hardware requirement
3.9  Education and training
 
CHAPTER FOUR
4.1  Implementation
4.1.1       Coding
4.2  Program testing and debugging
4.3  Changeover procedure
4.4  Documentation
 
CHAPTER FIVE
5.1  Recommendation
5.1.1       Areas of further improvement
5.2  Conclusion
References
Appendix I
Appendix II

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