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  1. Vishal Gupta

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    Hi guys!

    I need ur help.
    Actually I hv to make a University Website in JAVA for my MCA Final Year Project.

    So I need ur help, like any tool which can make my work easy, some good site models, which links should I include in the site?

    I'll appreciate ne kind of help! :D
     
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    You need study Core Java first. Then move on to J2EE ( Servlets, JSP, EJB, JDBC)
    There are lots of Java IDEs available. Like NetBeans (www.netbeans.org),
    JDeveloper 10g (www.oracle.com), Eclipse (www.eclipse.org) etc.,
    Getting used to any IDE takes some time, also stick to one. Since the procedure
    varies from IDE to IDE!!
    You need the following PC configuration:
    1 GHz Processor , 512 MB RAM, 80 GB HD, NVidia GC (Optional).
    If you have any more question then send me a PM.
     
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    Vishal Gupta

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    thnx a lot for ur help JGuru.
    Actually I hv learnt the required things and now I hv to create the site.
    Thats why I'm asking some tools to create the site easily and quickly!
    I'm planning to use Javascripts. Now for the outlook of the site I need some tools.

    So pls suggest me some tools, so that I can make my task easy.
    Also can u suggest some good site models or links to some good sites?

    thnx in advance!
     
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    Do the front page using jsp code. It is available in windows front page design. Do ur web page using the tools and save it in jsp extension. and run it in tomcat 4.1 server maing the proper database conectivity mainly on sql 9i server, which is only applicable in windows 2000 server.
     
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    Use Sun's Java Studio Creator 2. It's a RAD tool. You can build websites fast.
    Really fast!! Download it from here:
    You need to join SDN (Sun Developer Network)before download. So create a
    new SDN account for you (username & password) & remember it.
    http://developers.sun.com/prodtech/javatools/jscreator/downloads/index.jsp

    Tutorials on Sun Java Studio Creator:
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    http://developers.sun.com/prodtech/javatools/jscreator/learning/tutorials/index.jsp

    Take a quick tour: ( See how things are done using Java Studio Creator)
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    http://developers.sun.com/prodtech/javatools/jscreator/overview/tours/quicktour/html/index.html
    (Press the 'Next' link at the bottom of the page to move to the next page.
    Believe me you can create amazing Web sites fast using this tool.Plus it comes with a database also!!
    Use JSP (Java Server Pages) and for backend RDBMS use Oracle or any other one you like.
     
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    do u trying to make a web-based project ? choose a goood java ide like eclipse/netbeans or intelliJIdea then u need a database choose Mysql and from mysql site just download mysql.jar for connectivity . then u need an app-server . I think at this stage tomcat or Jboss will be ok for u , from the IDEsite download some plugIns to make urself tension free . thats all .. go ahead .
     
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    thnx again JGuru. :)
    I already hv a SDN account coz once I d/led the Sun Studio Enterprise edition.
    Is it same as ur mentioned Sun Java Studio Creator? coz the file is too BIG to d/l. :D

    And can u mention some sites or ne model for a good University site? like which links should I include in my site? how the main page should look? etc.

    Pls, its very important for me!
    Any kind of help will be appreciated! :)
     
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    No, Sun Java Studio Enterprise Edition is different from Java Studio Creator!!
    Both are different types of softwares. Java Studio Creator is used for Rapid
    Development of Websites. Whereas SJSEE is used for writing Desktop applications,
    J2EE, etc.,Using Sun Java Studio Enterprise Edition to build Websites is possible,
    but it takes time & lot of effort. Whereas Sun Java Studio Creator is a RAD tool.
    That can help you build websites visually!! I think you get the idea.
    Check the links I have already given. You'll understand what I mean.
     
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    thnx JGuru.
    I'll download it tonight. It'll take approx. 12 hours to complete.

    And pls help me in deciding the site interface too! Pls give some links or models if possible!
    thnx in advance!
     
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    Use FlashGet software it can download huge files. Even if the Net connection is
    interrupted or you can download the file for 6 hours today & 6 hours tomorrow.
    The file will be entirely downloaded, without any corruption!!
     
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    thnx a lot JGuru! :)
    It was really gr8 help for me.
    I really appreciate ur work!

    Me too use Flashget for all my downloads. :D
    I'll wait for ur more suggestions and a good site model.
    thnx again...
     
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    See how some of the top American Universities have designed their Website.

    Harvard University:
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    http://www.harvard.edu/

    Stanford University:
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    http://www.stanford.edu/

    American University:
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    http://www.american.edu/index1.html

    University Of Florida:
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    http://www.ufl.edu/

    Wharton Business School:
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    http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/

    American Universities given in a Map structure
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    http://www.globalcomputing.com/universy.html

    As you can see from their sites they are not flashy. Just neatly arranged links.
    - About, Academics, Admissions, Campus Life, Research , Services etc.,
    You must include more search features like Calendar, Directory etc.,
    And these searches must be thoroughly tested. You can include a good picture
    of the University in the middle. This is how you go about designing a good
    University site.
     
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    thnx buddy! :)
    I'm waiting for Java Studio download completion. Then i'll try to create a good looking site as mentioned in above links. :D
     
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