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I am a final year computer science/networks student, i am going to hand in my final year project, and i was thinking of creating an online learning system which would include a database for storing student and staff details. Please i need ideas on what i can add to my project proposal, or any fresh ideas on a project in my field will help. Thanks :?:

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I am a final year computer science/networks student, i am going to hand in my final year project, and i was thinking of creating an online learning system which would include a database for storing student and staff details. Please i need ideas on what i can add to my project proposal, or any fresh ideas on a project in my field will help. Thanks :?:

Web learning sending everything to the database? That should be enough if you ask me. Look into Spring and Hibernate. Those are fresher and newer.

Regards,

Nate

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Thanks for ur reply. Could you shed more light on spring and hibernate, i was thinking of using asp.net and sqlserver to implement the system. Are there any better applications or programming languages to use for this system.

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Thanks for ur reply. Could you shed more light on spring and hibernate, i was thinking of using asp.net and sqlserver to implement the system. Are there any better applications or programming languages to use for this system.

Well, since you're in a java forum i thought you would be using a java based solution...

Anyways, Spring is a frame work that allows for indirection, dependancy interjection, and Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP). Each is important in its own way. Hibernate is a Object/Relational Mapping tool (ORM) that allows your to persist entire object graphs instead of having to use JDBC to break apart your object graphs manually.

Regards,

Nate

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Hi everyone,

If you do not like Spring or Hibernate, you can also roll out your own database which would be really cool and a great addition to your future resume

Richard West

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