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Final yr project

I want to make a project(question paper setter) ...
we have 2 types of users
1. user which can log in using his name and registration number and give the exam.....once he logs on set of random questions are presented (objective type) ....there can be sections consisting of a no. of questions......he then submits the answere by clicking on submit button .....which updates database at back end......
2.administrator who can log in and set the format of the question paper ,and see the result abt the marks of candidates ...

database consists of
1.set of questions
2.data about each user like name of student,registration no.,password,marks stored by him.
i want to use java for the project,jdbc for database connectivity, my sql for database or ms access.....

can u suggest how to start of ........frm where i can possibly find any help
or any kind of suggestion on how it can be made better

my email id is rahukdutt@gmail.com

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Nice project you can easy solve this problem first you want to known how to connect the java with sql or some other database. http://www.academictutorials.com/ this is the site this help you for your project. If you have any problem just contact me i will clear it.

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(With automatic logon you will not see this anymore)

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Configure Windows 7 to auto logon a specific user:

1. Open the Start Menu>All programs>Accessories>Run
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2. Click on the user account name,
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3. If the listed box blank - unchecked.
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4. In the Password field, enter the selected user account's password.
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1. Log on with the account you have now.
2. Go to Start -> Run and type: cmd
3. When the CMD prompt opens, type the following:

net user Administrator <any password>

4. Press enter. A message should appear. Something like task completed or operation succesfull.

5. Close the screen, log off user.

6. Try logging in as Administrator again.

Where <any password> should be replaced with the password of your choice and types without the brackets. Also mind the spaces between the words. CMD assumes the word after the user accounts name is the password, but only when the user accounts name and the password are seperated by a space.

I hope this will answer your question, please don't forget to rate this solution.

Greetings,

DarkNeogen.,

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