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A Practical Training Seminar Report On

Job PortalSubmitted in partial fulfillment of requirement for Degree of Master in Computer Science

2012-13

Submitted To:

Submitted By:

Mr. Program Coordinator B.Tech.Computer Science Engineering

Anita Roll NoEnrollmentNo-

Post Graduate Department of Computer Science Engineering

Suresh Gyan Vihar UniversityMahal Jagatpura,Jaipur

A Practical Training Seminar Report On

Job PortalSubmitted in partial fulfillment of requirement for Degree of Master in Computer Science

2012-13

Submitted To:

Submitted By:

Mr. Program Coordinator B.Tech.Computer Science Engineering

Anita Roll NoEnrollmentNo-

Post Graduate Department of Computer Science Engineering

Suresh Gyan Vihar UniversityMahal Jagatpura,Jaipur

Suresh Gyan Vihar University Mahal Jagatpura,Jaipur

Certificate of Practical Training Seminar Report 2012-13

It is here to certify that Anita, Aarif Habib, student of Master Of Computer Application II year (4th SEM) have submitted their report on Practical Training Seminar on Job Portal.. In Partial fulfillment of Practical Training prescribed in the syllabus of Suresh Gyan Vihar University (Jaipur) for Master Of Computer Application. Examination.

Gajanand Sharma PTS In charge Assistant Professor CSE Department

INDEX 1. ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. 1.6. 1.7. 1.8. 1.9. 1.10. 2. ASP .NET INCLUDES ASP FILE 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 5 5 5 10 10 10 11 11 12 14 14 26

.NET FRAMEWORKDIFFERENCE BETWEEN ASP AND ASP.NET NEW IN ASP.NET ASP.NET CONTROLS ASP.NET SERVER CONTROLS HTML SERVER CONTROLS ASP.NET WEB SERVER CONTROLS ASP.NET VALIDATION SERVER CONTROLS

LITERATURE SURVEY 2.1. 2.2. STUDY OF EXISTING SYSTEM STUDY OF IMPLEMENTED SYSTEM

3. 4.

PROBLEM STATEMENT PROBLEM ANALYSIS 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4. PLANNING PROJECT REQUIRMENTS REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS

5.

PROBLEM DESIGN 5.1. HIGH LEVEL DESIGN

6.

DATA DICTIONARY

1. ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY

1.1 ASP.NET ASP.net is the latest version of Microsofts Active Server pages Technology (ASP). ASP.NET is a unified Web development model that includes the services necessary for you to build enterprise class web application with a minimum of coding. ASP.net is part of .net framework, and when coding ASP.net you have access to classes in the .net framework. You can code your applications in any language compatible with the common language runtime (CLR), including Microsoft Visual Basic, C#, and Jscript, .Net and J #. These languages enable you to develop ASP.Net applications that benefit from the common language runtime, type safety and inheritance and so on. 1.1.1 ASP.NET Includes A page and control framework. The ASP.NET compiler. Security Infrastructure. State-management facilities. Application configuration. Health monitoring and performance features. Debugging support. An XML web service framework. Extensible hosting environment and application life cycle management. An extensible designer environment.

ASP is a server side scripting technology that enables scripts (embedded in web pages) to be executed by an Internet Server. ASP is a Microsoft technology. ASP stands for Active Server Pages. ASP is a program that runs inside IIS. IIS stands for Internet Information Services. IIS is a free component with Windows 2000. IIS is also a part of the Windows NT 4.0 Option pack.

PWS is a smaller but fully functional version of IIS. PWS can be found on your windows 95/98 CD.

1.1.2 ASP FILE An ASP file is just the same as an HTML file. An ASP file can contain text, HTML, XML and scripts. Scripts in an ASP file are executed on the server. An ASP file has the file extension .asp.

1.1.3 NET FRAMEWORK The .NET framework is the infrastructure for the Microsoft .NET platform. The .NET Framework is an environment for building, deploying and running web applications and the .NET framework contains a common language runtime and common class libraries like ADO.NET, ASP.NET and Windows Forms to provide advanced standard services that can be integrated into a variety of computer systems. The.NET framework provides a feature-rich application environment, simplified development and easy integration between a numbers of different development languages. The .NET framework is language neutral. Currently it supports C++, C#, Visual Basic and Jscript. Microsoft Visual Studio.Net is a common development for the .net framework. 1.1.4 Differences between ASP and ASP.NET ASP .NET has a better language support, a large set of new controls and XML based components and better user authentication. ASP.NET provides increased performance by running compiled code. ASP.NET is not fully backward compatible with ASP.

1.1.5 New in ASP.NET Better language support, Programmable controls. Event Driven programming, XML-Based components. User authentication, with accounts and roles. Higher scalability, Increased performance. Easier configuration and deployment. Not fully ASP compatible.

1.1.6 ASP.NET Controls ASP.NET contains a large set of HTML controls. Almost all HTML controls on a page can be defined as ASP.NET control objects that can be controlled by scripts .ASP.NET also contains a new set of object oriented input controls , like programmable list boxes and validation controls. A new data grid control supports sorting, data paging and everything you expect from a dataset

1.1.7 ASP.NET - Server Controls Server controls are components that are executed on the server Each server control is an instance of a particular class with methods, properties and events associated with it There are three kinds of server controls HTML Server Controls - Traditional HTML tags Web Server Controls - New ASP.NET tag Validation Server Controls - For input validation

1.1.8 HTML Server Controls HTML elements in ASP.NET files are, by default, treated as text To make these elements programmable, add a runat=" server" attribute to them. It indicates that element should be treated as a server control. All HTML server controls must be within a tag. May have events, methods, and properties attached to them 1.1.9 ASP.NET - Web Server Controls Web server controls are traditional form controls like BUTTON, CHECK BOX, TEXT BOX, etc.

Web server controls are special ASP.NET tags understood by the server They require a runat="server" attribute to work. The syntax for creating a Web server control is: 1.1.10 ASP.NET - Validation Server Controls Validation server controls are used to validate user-input so that wrong type of data cant be filled in database table. Validation controls are attached to an input control, such as a TextBox for which the input is to be validated Syntax:

2. LITERATURE SURVEY2.1 SURVEY OF EXISTING SYSTEM

Existing system work manually. The existing system has got lot of intricacies within itself and need lot of human effort and paper works. All above the data need to be maintained on ledgers and maintaining this is a tedious and risky process. present system was not transparent much paper work was evolved there was no interface for public viewing there was not enough time for purchasing or compare price so buyer not have enough time to best deal. To view a data may need lot of paper to be searched.

2.1.1

SOME DRAWBACKS OF EXISTING SYSTEM

Some of the negative aspects of the existing system are as follows: 1) Action is time consuming. Wherever a need for search arises, the process evolves search through paper records. 2) So many products in the market so user is much confused. 3) Paper records are easily damaged in course of time. The life time of paper record is unreliable less that it easily gets spoiled. 4) Manual system needs added man power. 5) Prone to corruption by unauthorized users. Securing of manual system is not fully guaranteed. Inaccuracy can be expected. Data can get easily scratched.

2.2

STUDY OF IMPLEMENTED SYSTEM

There was bulk amount of data from different institutions each having its own data no centralization candidate has limited time period and limited options handling of this large data was a major problem faced single view was available for everyone. Much paper work was involved. Hence a Centralization of information was required to reduce paper work and Simplify operating procedures. Key Questions: What is being done?

How is it being done? How frequent does it occur? How great is the volume of decisions? How well is the task being performed? Does a problem exist? If problems exist, how serious is it? If a problem exists, what is the underlying cause?

3. PROBLEM STATEMENTProblem Statement tells about the problem with existing system. Here are some key problems are described below: 1) Existing system work manually. The existing system has got lot of intricacies within itself and need lot of human effort and paper works. All above the data need to be maintained on ledgers and maintaining this is a tedious and risky process. 2) present system was not transparent much paper work was evolved there was no interface for public viewing there was not enough time for purchasing or compare price so buyer not have enough time to best deal. To view a data may need lot of paper to be searched.

4. PROBLEM ANALYSIS4.1 PLANNINGThe key to a successful project is in the planning. Creating a project plan is the rst thing you should do when undertaking any kind of project. 4.1.1 PROJECT GOALS A project is successful when the needs of the stakeholders have been met. A

stakeholder is anybody directly, or indirectly impacted by the project. The Goal of our project is to develop a user friendly Alumni Website. 4.1.2 PROJECT