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Advanced programming for database applications (6 points)


Leader: David Taniar

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: This unit is designed for students who wish to extend their programming abilities in developing relatively large database applications. An integrated system of significant size will be developed using the current industry standard software. Topics covered include the principal aspects of database development and applications, advanced queries, customising forms and professional reporting, business graphics, importing and exporting data, internet applications, debugging and error-handling security and system documentation.

Assessment: Practical work: 30% + Test: 10% + Examination (2 hours): 60%. Students must pass the examination in order to pass the unit.

Contact Hours: One 2-hour lecture and one 1-hour laboratory per week

Prerequisites: BUS3112 or equivalent (an introductory unit in databases)

Prohibitions: CSE2204, CSE3204, CSE3231

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