I am building a system in asp.net C# with an Sql Server DB.
I have split the work into separate tasks.
I have put a timeline of around 41 days. The requirements are as below.
Can anyone say how long it would take and if my timeline is too long?
1. Requirements Gathering and Associated Documentation - Requirements Specification/Functional Specification and Agreement with Stakeholder(s)/Users - 4 days
2 Create DB and Tables and 4 tables - 4 days
3 Create Login Form - 2 days
4 Create Menu - 2 days
5 Create Initial Input Form - containing all the fields that need to be recorded inititally and the 2 calculated fields - 5 days
6 Create “Update Single File” form - Allow user to update this file and write it back to the table in the DB - 3 days
7 Create “Update Multiple Files” form - Display multiple files maybe based criteria selected from dropdown and allow user to possibly do a bulk update of the records - 4 days
8 Create “Add Staff” form and have it writing to the Staff table - 2 days
9 Create “LogOut” form - 1 day
10 Create “Reports”. This would involve creating reports that would have the Grouping of the data in the various different scenarios e.g. Total for Invoice, Total for Trans Number. A report for Audit trail may be needed also. These reports may need to be created in SSRS reporting. - 5 days
11 Audit Trail - Create a record in the audit table each time a record has been updated. Maybe display this audit trail in the “Update Single File” form - 3 days
12 Create Stored Procedures in DB to carry out the above functions - 3 days
13 Carry out functional reviews with Stakeholder(s)/Users - 1 day
14 Carry out Unit testing - 1 day
15 UAT with Stakeholder(s)/Users and Sign Off of System - 1 day
That really is like asking "how long is a piece of string?" Only you will know if you can actually achieve this timeline.
Some observations from my own experiences though
Step 1 - if you get "awkward" stakeholders this step could well take longer than 4 days (actual time spent or elapsed!)
Step 2 - seems a little long as you appear to already have an idea of the tables required - if you're including all of the admin hoops to jump through with DBA's or other control mechanisms I would make it clear in the estimate
Step 14 - seems a bit light, but some of the builds do seem a bit long.
Step 15 - see my earlier comments about stakeholders! I've never run UAT in less than 3 days (and even that was a struggle)
If this timeline is going out to the stakeholders double everything and make it clear whether or not this is a "working days elapsed" timeline or a "working hours spent"
On SQL server, when I try to save value 0.4569 to a decimal(9,3) column, the value is truncated. It becomes 0.456. It there a way how to change this behavior of sql server? I would like such numbers to be rounded (to 0.457 in my example) instead of truncating them. Is there some global setting for this?
I have data in a Sql Server DB. I want to put a basic front-end on this. The front-end would include a form for adding and updating records and having some reports generated from it also.
Would Asp.net or Access be the best and quickest to develop front-end in this scenario?
That would depend entirely on your current skill set or ability to learn new stuff.
Personally, I would use C# winforms or WPF for the presentation layer as the fact you are considering Access as a front end rules out ASP.net as that would imply an on-line solution.
I wouldn't touch Access for the GUI with a very long barge pole.
How many people will use the front-end, and are they located in the same office? Will all your users be working on computers within a single LAN, or are they working from locations that are geographically distributed? How much control do you have over your users' deployment environment?
A Microsoft Access front-end is almost certain to be the simplest and fastest solution to implement, but it comes with some limitations that are important to consider.
I generally prefer ASP.NET because then the UI is accessible to anyone with a web browser. This makes the application easier to distribute and update - but it is likely to be more difficult and more time-consuming to implement.
I have one old foxpro application which is using dbf files as database.
But now i want to develop a new VB.net application for the same dbf database files.
when i try to read dbf files from VB.Net application at the same time foxpro application and dbf files get crashed.
So anyone can help me to solve the problem?
<b> I am using Following code to copy the DBF file from Original location to mylocation </b>
Dim di As New IO.DirectoryInfo(SourceFolderPath)
Dim tempname As String
Dim diar1 As IO.FileInfo() = di.GetFiles("*.DBF")
Dim dra As IO.FileInfo
'list the names of all files in the specified directory
For Each dra In diar1
tempname = dra.ToString
Do Until FileInUse(dra.FullName) = False
''Do nothing Until File Is busy
I am pretty new to DB2. I have a query that returns some result. For each row of the results, I should pass a value from results to external Procedure. Now I want an union of both the results. Here is what I have tried. And I am banging my head to wall since last three days. Can someone please help me with this? It is really really important now.
DECLARE EOF_COND INTEGER DEFAULT 0 ;
DECLARE @ITEM CHAR ( 30 ) ;
DECLARE @BIN CHAR ( 10 ) ;
DECLARE @SIZE CHAR ( 30 ) ;
DECLARE @TIRERACK CHAR ( 10 ) ;
DECLARE @RACKSBIN CHAR ( 10 ) ;
DECLARE @DESC CHAR ( 100 ) ;
DECLARE @DESC1 CHAR ( 100 ) ;
DECLARE @ONHAND CHAR ( 10 ) ;
DECLARE @COMTD CHAR ( 10 ) ;
DECLARE @USEDRACKS CHAR ( 10 ) ;
DECLARE @OPENRACKS CHAR ( 10 ) ;
DECLARE @TEMP CHAR ( 10 ) ;
DECLARE RESULT INTEGER DEFAULT 0 ;
DECLARE CR1 CURSOR WITH RETURN FOR
SELECT T2 . ICITEM , T2 . BABLOC , C . ISSIZE , D . UNITSPER
, E . NBRRCKBINB , F . ICDSC1 , F . ICDSC2 , T2 . TQOH , T2 . TQCM
, CEIL ( INTEGER ( ( T2 . TQOH ) ) / D . UNITSPER )
, E . NBRRCKBINB - ( CEIL ( INTEGER ( ( T2 . TQOH ) ) / D . UNITSPER ) )
NBR_OPEN_RACKS , ( E . NBRRCKBINB * D . UNITSPER ) - T2 . TQOH
SELECT A . BACMP , A . BALOC , MIN ( A . BAITEM ) ICITEM
, A . BABLOC , INTEGER ( SUM ( A . BAQOH ) ) TQOH ,
INTEGER ( SUM ( A . BAQCM ) ) TQCM
FROM TESTDATA . VINBINI A WHERE A . BALOC = '13' AND 1 = A . BACMP AND
A . BAQOH - A . BAQCM > 0 GROUP BY A . BACMP , A . BALOC , A . BABLOC HAVING
MIN ( A . BAITEM ) = MAX ( A . BAITEM )
AND SUM ( A . BAQOH - A . BAQCM ) > 0
) AS T2
, TESTDATA . PALITMLOC B , TESTDATA . VINITEMSIZ C , TESTDATA . PALSIZQTY D , TESTDATA . PALBINPF E
, TESTDATA . VINITEM F
WHERE T2 . BACMP = B . TACOMP AND T2 . ICITEM = B . ICITEM
AND T2 . BALOC = B . IALOC AND T2 . ICITEM = F . ICITEM
AND T2 . ICITEM = C . ISITEM
AND B . PALLETID = D . PALLETID
AND C . ISSIZE = D . ISSIZE
AND E . TACOMP = T2 . BACMP
AND E . IALOC = T2 . BALOC
AND E . IMBLOC = T2 . BABLOC
AND E . PALLETID = B . PALLETID
ORDER BY 1 , 2 ;
OPEN CR1 ;
SET EOF_COND = 0 ;
FETCH CR1 INTO @ITEM , @BIN , @SIZE , @TIRERACK , @RACKSBIN , @DESC , @DESC1 , @ONHAND , @COMTD , @USEDRACKS , @OPENRACKS , @TEMP ;
CALL TESTDATA . PARECR24SP ( '01' , '13' , @BIN , RESULT ) ;
Your help is much appreciated.
Now the GlobalEntityID is a seperate table that holds the company demographics. So each company can have multiple license attached to company. They can also have multiple invoice attached to company.
My question is the end user wants a report that shows company info, license number and invoice attached to each license number. But It does not work cause the invoice is attache to the company not each individual license number.
Is it possible to create get data for each license number when invoices are related to the company table only and not the license number. The report needs to show license numbers with or with out an invoice? When I run the report in SQL Query I can see same invoices for all license numbers, but in the user application I can pull a license number up and see that there is no invoice attached to it. How is this possible when there is no relationship between one license to one invoice?
There are definitely other tables in the mix, as is clear from the License table. I suspect that you can walk a relationship between those. All of those ID fields point to something, chase them down. My suggested starting points are LICENSETYPEID, LICENSESTATUSID, and LICENSECLASSIFICATIONID.
Keep in mind that you may need to join on GLOBALENTITYID to get useful results.
I am creating one website for external exam duty allotment.I am using msaccess database and jsp to connect it,html and css.
I have 2 tables room and facutly details.
Attribute of room table are total_rooms_available, session and date. Attribute of faculty details are faculty_id,faculty_name experience, designation,mail_id and phone_no.
my question is how to fecth faculties randomly based on no of rooms available i.e (if total_rooms_available is 10 i have to fetch 10+3 faculties randomly from facutlydetails table)
I'm taking a database driven website course. The teacher wants us to build a database driven website. I haven't touched a database in a yr since taking a sql plus course and even then never built a database from the planning stage. My idea is to build a website of my favorite music artist with their record album, year, song title, label stored in a database. This website will also have a database that when you click on the artist, a bio of the artist will appear. I also want to be able for the visitor to click a link and play song from my mp3 collection database. I have a database model of what I have so far that I can post. The teacher has given us very little direction other than a book called web programming and internet technologies. Everyone in the course is still in the dark about how to go about doing this project. Any ideas would be approciated on helping me design this. Thank you in advance.
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