Web-based applications offer the advantages of workstation productivity and ease of use together with the power and sophistication of relational database servers. This course provides the concepts and skills necessary to design and develop web-based database applications. Students build a working database application using Oracle and a client application using ColdFusion to serve the information needs of an enterprise. Through hands-on projects, students build, populate, query, and write transactions for a relational database using SQL, and develop a client application to access their database using ColdFusion. As a final project, students build a prototype client-server application. Prerequisites: programming experience, preferably in an object-oriented programming language such as C++ or Java, familiarity with Unix/Linux, and the ability to create simple HTML pages. (4 credits)
CSCI E-253 Developing Web-Based Database Applications (12465)
Maria R. Garcia
, EdD, Associate Professor of Graduate Studies, Franklin Pierce University
Mondays beginning Sept. 10, 5:30-7:30 pm. Optional sections to be arranged.
graduate credit $2,000