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Doctor-Patient interaction in a medical portal using jsp

 
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Hello!
I am trying to make an online medical portal.In this portal i want to add some functionality like the logged in patients can upload their reports and the doctors should be able to see it.But I am not sure about how to do this. The basic idea that i have is that every patient should send request to a doctor and if the doctor accepts his request then the doctor should be able to view his patients reports.Can somebody help me out..
A sample code would be of great use!!
Thanks in anticipation
 
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.Thanks for your reply...What iam doing is not an actual website but a mini project..Sorry i did n't mention it in my original message.So aspose is something in which we need to pay right!So i suppose it wont be of any use.
 
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You should not be thinking "using JSP" at this point in your project.

Until you have a Use Case Diagram for every phase of your doctor patient interaction, don't even think about the technology you want to use.

You should remember that JSP only does presentation, handing client requests and interaction should end up controlled from a servlet.

Bill
 
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