This involves using Developer 2000 Form Builder 6.0 to implement a subset of the update functions for the case study. More marks will be given for a few complex functions than for many simple repetitive functions. These functions are intended to be used by the organisation in the case study and the nature of the business procedure and likely user should be carefully analysed before implementation. Marks will be given only for relevant functions which match user requirements. Also, since these update functions are interactive, an important factor will be the user-friendliness of the screens which should be appropriately designed and provide sufficient checks and messages. For each function implemented students should submit: - a precise definition of the function in English. It should be made clear whether the screens are for updating or retrieval or some combination of these. - a user guide, if necessary, but including only what is needed for each particular screen. No marks will be given for listing general ORACLE features.
I want this done no later then the deadline. I have attached the case study from which to work.
This involves using Developer 2000 Form Builder 6.0 and Oracle.