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Thesis

By | November 2010
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Contents

➢ Preface……………………………………………………… ➢ Product Specification………………………………………………... • Problem Identification………………………………… • Product features……………………………………. • Advantages………………………………………….. • Limitations…………………………………….. ➢ Software Engineering Paradigm…………………………………… • Introduction……………………………………… • Paradigm Used……………………………………… ➢ Software Requirement Specification…………………………………… ➢ Technologies Used ……………………………………………. • Java……………………………………………………… • JDBC……………………………………………………… • JMF……………………………………………………… • RMI………………………………………………………. • Java Applets ………………………………………… • Java Swings……………………………………………. • MS-Access ………………………………………………… ➢ Project Modules…………………………..……………………………… ➢ Structure Analysis & Design Techniques……………………………… • Zeroth level DFD………………………………………….. • First level DFD…………………………………………….. • Entity Relationship Diagram……………………………… ➢ Database Design………………………………………………………… ➢ Data Dictionary…………………………………………………………. ➢ Code Optimization……………………………………………………… ➢ Testing Plans…………………………………………………………….. ➢ Output Screens…………………………………………………………. ➢ Software & Hardware Requirement…………………………………. ➢ Future Prospects………………………………………………………. ➢ References

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Preface

In today’s world, the ever increasing use of computers in business and other aspects has raised a concern over data security. The private data of any organization is critical to them and need to be hidden from the outside world. An access to data over whole network openly cannot be considered reliable.

Our project is motivated by the increasing concern over data security. Network security is the means of ensuring privacy and protecting personal data. Main ponder is given on maintaining the data of clients and keeping it secure. In our project we have...
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