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Srini Rao
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Joined: Oct 12, 2000
Posts: 5
Hi Everybody,
I am learning Servlets and JSP and have done couple of examples. I would like to do a small application/study project so that I can relate between things and concepts I have. Could somebody suggest me where can I get specs for these kind of projects/studies?? I appreciate ur help guys..
Regards,
Srini...


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Jeroen Wenting
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Joined: Oct 12, 2000
Posts: 5093
asking here might help
I have recently completed an application that allows clients to view their account statements online for a large bank.
You could use that as an idea.
The application should allow the following:
1) allow the user to select his account number from a screen or just enter it in an entry field.
2) the user can filter his account statements on a variable interval centered around a date he can enter himself, on account number, currency, and on the total amount of all transactions on the account statement (again he can enter a range as well).
3) the user will then be presented with a list of all account statements that match the filter. On this list he can either select a single account statement for viewing (4), or select a set and search on transactions in those (5)
4) The user is presented with a list of transactions in the account statement, preceded by the details of the account statement (date, total amounts, currency, etc)
He can here select a single transaction to view the details of that (7).
5) The user is presented with a search screen where he can enter various filters for the transactions to search on:
date (with range), amount (with range), currency, origin (who the transaction was done with), etc.
6) he then gets a list of transactions meeting the criteria entered. He can on this list select a single transaction to view the details.
7) the transaction details are displayed.
On all lists, the user can sort the list on any one field that is displayed, in either ascending or descending order.
On each page, the last two pages visited are displayed in a history, allowing the user to flip back to an earlier step in the application.
Additional features: popup helpscreens, user security (in this case handled partially by an external process, could have been fully integrated as well).
Have fun, and allow us a look if you can get it hosted somewhere


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Srini Rao
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Joined: Oct 12, 2000
Posts: 5
Hi Jeroen,
Thanks a lot for the detailed description of what the application is going to look like. I can try this. My only concern is, it has a lot of things to do with database, in which I am not very proficient right now. I am still in the learning process. But definitely, this is of great help. Could you please explain me what kind of environment you have used, what was the database, OS etc.? Any kind of specifics on servers and things like that.
Thanks again,
Regards,
Srini....
Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting:
asking here might help
I have recently completed an application that allows clients to view their account statements online for a large bank.
You could use that as an idea.
The application should allow the following:
1) allow the user to select his account number from a screen or just enter it in an entry field.
2) the user can filter his account statements on a variable interval centered around a date he can enter himself, on account number, currency, and on the total amount of all transactions on the account statement (again he can enter a range as well).
3) the user will then be presented with a list of all account statements that match the filter. On this list he can either select a single account statement for viewing (4), or select a set and search on transactions in those (5)
4) The user is presented with a list of transactions in the account statement, preceded by the details of the account statement (date, total amounts, currency, etc)
He can here select a single transaction to view the details of that (7).
5) The user is presented with a search screen where he can enter various filters for the transactions to search on:
date (with range), amount (with range), currency, origin (who the transaction was done with), etc.
6) he then gets a list of transactions meeting the criteria entered. He can on this list select a single transaction to view the details.
7) the transaction details are displayed.
On all lists, the user can sort the list on any one field that is displayed, in either ascending or descending order.
On each page, the last two pages visited are displayed in a history, allowing the user to flip back to an earlier step in the application.
Additional features: popup helpscreens, user security (in this case handled partially by an external process, could have been fully integrated as well).
Have fun, and allow us a look if you can get it hosted somewhere

 
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