I have done several online exam applications. Not open source, but I have a couple of suggestions. 1. Don't think "jsp" - if done correctly all the hard work will be in Java utility classes - and probably a servlet or two. The JSP part will be simple formatting. 2. Put lots of thought into the format question scripts are stored in, you don't want to design yourself into a corner. I have finally settled on XML for flexibility.
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thanks for the suggestion,but i the application have to be in jsp.i have no other choice. mybe u can help me by suggesting any sites that contain jsp project?? thank you...
Originally posted by hafsah din: thanks for the suggestion,but i the application have to be in jsp.i have no other choice. mybe u can help me by suggesting any sites that contain jsp project?? thank you...
Sorry. But I guess, you are not familiar with JSP, neither with servlet, nor with any kind of utitlity classes.
Moreover, it looks like you dont want to give that a try even. It seems that you have no intentions to learn the technology.
So, why do you need the application? like its an assignment or something?
Anyways you might find this place not helpful in this regards.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com