1- Course Guidelines
Tutorial and Labs will be combined. First hour teaching and the next 2 hours students doing exercises. No homework, instead assignments will be done in the lab. Groups must be formed from day one and throughout the course they would apply what they learned over the course on the project.
2- Course Outline (Subject to Change)
Week 3 : Database Design Modeling Week 4: Database Design Normalization Week 5 and 6 : Data Retrieval (SQL statements) and DML statements Week 7 and 8 : DDL, Transaction Control and DCL Week 9 : Connecting to Java Week 10 : PLSQL Week 11 and 12: Oracle Administration
3- Project Guidelines
There would be two projects, o First Project : Phone Records System o Second Project: An Idea of your Choosing Any Idea for an Application that needs a Database Please submit a written one page project description of your proposed idea by Monday 4/3/2013 8 pm to be sent to my email firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: This is a graded task. o Project Requirements 2nd and 3rd weeks: Drawing the ERD’s of your system 4th week : Creating the GUI of your system using Java
5th week: Creating tables for your project 6th & 7th weeks: Connecting to a Database using Java and writing necessary SQL statements to retrieve data. 8th Week: Integrating the client side with the server side.
4- Rules and Regulations
Any cheating or plagiarism of any kind will be SEVERELY dealt with and may result in a zero for the tutorials and labs marks. Tutorial and Lab participation is mandatory and marks will be given to participation. Students should be on time, penalty applies to students late. Project teams would be a group of 3 chosen by the TA. Any assignments or project requirements should be typed and written in a clear neat format. Additionally coding convention must be applied. Penalty applies for those who do not this rule. Tasks must be submitted on time First...