I want to create an application in Java with or without using JSP for my 6th Sem project of MCA(ignou).
I recently developed desktop screen recorder for 4th Sem.
Give me some titles of extiting projects.
I mean any kind of software that we have to develop during B.Tech and MCA.
Share Guru (Share Management)
Desktop Interaction Recorder(Creating and then Playing video file consisting of desktop screenshots)
Multimedia Library(providing a collection of audio & video files to the clients)
Hotel Room booking system
Movie Theatre Ticket Booking System
Hospital Management System
Earlier I created Desktop Interaction Recorder using Core Java.
Now I want to create a much more typical application.
Please help me by providing a list of such topics.
I am thinking of creating a discussion forum(using Servlet & JSP). Would it be a good idea?
I want to use Java, HTML, JSP in my project. I am not interested in online management systems.
I am more interested in application using javax.media package in Java i.e related to multemedia(audio,video, images). For example, desktop interaction recorder, multimedia library, on-screen blackboard, etc.
I have created an application using jdk1.6, jmf(java media framework), MS-Access. In order to run my application on other computers I need to install all of these. I want to create a setup.exe file for my application. But don't know how to create.
There are lots of installers out there (google for "java installer"). You will not be able to package MS Access though - user's will need a valid licence and you'll need some agreement with MS to distribute their software.
megha bansal wrote:Can you please explain me how to use it? What's the procedure?
Simplest answer is google it. Hard to explain any software usage in forums. There are many which provides wizard based packaging like Install4j, Launch4j, Java Service Wrapper, etc... (this might be useful as well : http://mindprod.com/jgloss/executablewrapper.html#EXE)
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