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nitss bhavsar
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hi,
I need to do mini project on college admission management (based on core java concept,swing,jdbc for connectivity),i am doing it for engineering college which has three branches.so, how exactly to do it?
do reply..
thanks in advance.

Jeanne Boyarsky
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You want to start with the design:
What do you want it to do?
What do you want to have in the database?
What do you want the screens to look like?


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nitss bhavsar
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hello Jeanne,
First of all thanks for your immediate reply..
1.what i want it to do-
a.first student should enter his/her details(like name,age,address,city,state..etc)
b.scores of previous years(like 10th,12th,CET,diploma(second year direct admission)).
c.should have three branches(engineering IT,Comps,Electronics)
d.cut off for each branch.
e.should have all the required documents for admission.
f.it should be offline.
g.if student satisfy all the criteria then he is valid candidate for admit.

2.what i want to have in database
a.i need to use jdbc (Oracle db)
b.database should have details of the valid candidate who is eligible to admit.
c.his/her name,branch selected,scores,all documents are there.etc

3.Screens should be like (not exactly like this but somewhat..but it should be offline and need to use swing for UI)

https://www.elbowspace.com/FRHformexample18.htm


thanks,

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Ok. So you've started doing the analysis/design. What is your question then? (How to do it is to vague)
nitss bhavsar
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hi,
my question is like from where to start,which core java concepts i should use?
Henry Wong
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nitss bhavsar wrote:hi,
my question is like from where to start,which core java concepts i should use?


Not sure what you are confused with.... take for your example, your very first requirement.

a.first student should enter his/her details(like name,age,address,city,state..etc)


How you you hold those details? How do you ask the student for those details? Maybe it is a good idea to just get started -- it may not be perfect if you just jump right in without all the requirements mapped out, but how are you going to learn otherwise. Just try it.

Henry


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nitss bhavsar
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hi henry ,
thanks for reply...
ya you are right ..i am confused...do you have any example so that i should start with that...
Jeanne Boyarsky
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nitss bhavsar wrote:hi henry ,
thanks for reply...
ya you are right ..i am confused...do you have any example so that i should start with that...

In the real world, you always given an example of what you need to do. Programming is about figuring it out which is what your professor wants you to do.

As Henry suggested, get started by writing some code. This will give you momentum. Can you create an object containing name,age,address,city,state? Can you store these values in the database?
Paul Witten
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nitss bhavsar wrote:..i am confused...

Nitiss, try this in Google: "jdbc sample code". You will get thousands of samples. That's what we all do.

What is the most complex Java program you've ever written?

Have you ever used the java.io package, collections, or jdbc? Have you ever written SQL code? Have you ever received any instructions in a classroom on any of those topics?



kumar shiva
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nitss bhavsar wrote:hello Jeanne,
First of all thanks for your immediate reply..
1.what i want it to do-
a.first student should enter his/her details(like name,age,address,city,state..etc)
b.scores of previous years(like 10th,12th,CET,diploma(second year direct admission)).
c.should have three branches(engineering IT,Comps,Electronics)
d.cut off for each branch.
e.should have all the required documents for admission.
f.it should be offline.
g.if student satisfy all the criteria then he is valid candidate for admit.

2.what i want to have in database
a.i need to use jdbc (Oracle db)
b.database should have details of the valid candidate who is eligible to admit.
c.his/her name,branch selected,scores,all documents are there.etc

3.Screens should be like (not exactly like this but somewhat..but it should be offline and need to use swing for UI)

https://www.elbowspace.com/FRHformexample18.htm


thanks,





Hello Bhavsar,

I think you better to use Swing concept JFrame for frame,for text field(name,age,address,city,state,scores of previous years) JTextfields, JTextarea
after all this in a frame create a Submit button to to store the details in DB.
create radio buttons for Branches in another frame.

Create a table, student details in DB, and connect it with JDBC code.


Shiva.



nitss bhavsar
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thanks all of you for your reply ...I have started to implement it...
 
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