1 CSL740 Software Engineering Course, IIT Delhi Software Requirements Specification Submitted By Abhishek Srivastava (2011EEY7511) Anil Kumar (2009CS10180) Jagjeet Singh Dhaliwal (2008CS50212) Ierum Shanaya (2010SIY7570) Supervised By Dr. S. C. Gupta National Informatics Centre India This document gives a detailed requirement specification for a University academic portal. The document follows the IEEE 830 format.
2 Table of Contents Table of Figure(s) Introduction Purpose Scope Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations References Overview Overall Description Product Perspective System Interface User interface Hardware Interface Software Interface Communication Interfaces Memory Constraints Operations Site Adaption Requirements Product functions Context Diagram Use Case Diagrams Use case descriptions /Introductions User Characteristics Students Professors System Administrators Constraints User Interface Constraints Hardware Constraints Software Constraints Data Management Constraints Operational Constraints... 17
3 2.4.6 Site Adaptation Constraints Design Standards Compliance Assumptions and dependencies Apportioning of Requirements Integration of LDAP login might be apportioned to future versions Specific Requirements External interface Web Server PHP Application MySQL Database Functional Requirements Use Case Scenario Performance Requirements Logical database requirements Design Constraints Software System Attributes Reliability Availability Security Maintainability Portability... 26
4 Table of Figure(s) Figure 1: Context Diagram... Error! Bookmark not defined. Figure 2: User Login... 8 Figure 3: Discussion Threads... 9 Figure 4: Content Sharing(Upload)... 9 Figure 5: Search Figure 6: Blogging Figure 7: Notification Figure 8: Survey Figure 9: Assignment Submissions Figure 10: Common Links Figure 11: Process flow diagram of content upload Figure 12: Process flow diagram: Blogging Figure 13: Process Flow Diagram- Survey... 24
5 1. Introduction 1.1 Purpose The purpose of this document is to capture, in natural language and at a functional level, the description and requirements of an academic portal for any University. The focus here is the IIT Delhi s educational needs. This is a functional description of those features required to address current educational requirements. A short discussion accompanies each requirement, to add the background and framework necessary to explain the functionality. It also describes nonfunctional requirements and other factors necessary to provide a complete and comprehensive description of the requirements for the software. 1.2 Scope This software system will be an online academic portal for any university wishing to manage their academic needs online. More specifically to design and develop a simple and intuitive system which shall cater the academic needs of any institute. The system shall provide features to the user of an educational institute to be part of different types of groups, share data and documents amongst different users, have discussion threads, instant notifications via /message, assignment submissions, blogs, share old papers, availability of books and other useful stuff (buy/sell), online survey etc 1.3 Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations Academic Portal Academic Portal is software meant to help facilitate electronic classroom management and provide for electronic grading, assignment submission, discussion, and other learning tools Course Administrator Course administrator is a user who can be a professor or system administrator and who has the ability to manage courses and course pages Academic Groups An academic group is a set of users which can belong to the same course, same department, and same year System System refers to the existing academic portal or a new academic portal.
6 1.4 References 1. IEEE 830 Template 2. Moodle Requirements Brainstorming.pdf 3. University of Melbourne Student Portal (Getting Started Guide) 4. Stakeholder Requirements for Institutional Portals by Liz Pearce, Leona Carpenter, Ruth Martin 5. Detlor, B. (2000). "The corporate portal as information infrastructure: Towards a framework for portal design", International Journal of Information Management, 20(2) Overview This is a working document and, as such, is subject to change. In its initial form, it is incomplete by definition, and will require continuing refinement. Requirements may be modified and additional requirements may be added as development progresses and the system description becomes more refined. This information will serve as a framework for the current definition and future evolution of the University Academic Portal. 2. Overall Description 2.1 Product Perspective (STUB) is meant to serve as a common platform where management of everyday academic tasks can be carried out conveniently. Our goal is to develop a replacement to the academic portal used at IIT Delhi making it more users friendly and to promote academic networking among the users System Interface Apache will be used as web server. The user inputs data via the web server using HTML forms. The actual program that will perform the operations is written in PHP User interface The new system shall provide a very intuitive and simple interface to the user and the administrator, so that the user can easily navigate through pages, assignments, groups and sub- groups, start discussion threads, blogs, survey, upload assignments, share data, old papers sharing and the administrator can easily manage groups and revoke user permissions Hardware Interface a) Server side
8 2.2 Product functions Context Diagram Figure 1: Context Diagram Use Case Diagrams User Login Figure 1: User Login
9 Discussion Threads Figure 2: Discussion Threads Content Sharing (file upload/ Old paper sharing) Figure 3: Content Sharing(Upload)
12 Assignment Submissions Figure 8: Assignment Submissions Common Links Figure 9: Common Links
13 2.2.3 Use case descriptions /Introductions Groups The system shall provide the administrator ability to create and manage new groups of different kinds like a course group or a department group. Here a user can be part of multiple groups. Course Group Students belonging to same course (e.g. Database Course) along with the professors and teaching assistant of the course will be part of the particular course group. Here the professors along with the teaching assistants (*conditional) will be the course administrators with the students being the users of the group. Department Group Students belonging to same department (e.g. Computer Science, Electricals) along with the professors of the department will be part of the particular department group. Here an assigned professor will be the course administrator with the students and the other professors being the users of the group Discussion Threads The system shall provide the functionality to start a discussion thread on any topic which is relevant to that context and allows the user to reply to any discussion thread on a group level or a personal level. Reply to a thread on a group level The user shall be provided with the functionality to post a reply to a particular discussion thread which can be read by entire group. Reply to a thread on an individual level The user shall be provided with the functionality to post a reply to a particular person who is the part of that discussion thread Messaging The system shall provide the functionality to send a personal/selective message to any of the group member(s).
14 Personal Message The user shall be provided with the functionality to send message to any other user belonging to the same group. Selective Group Message The user shall be provided with the functionality to send message to any subset of users belonging to the same group Content Sharing The System shall provide the ability to the user to share content on a group level or individual level i.e. one can share any data (books/pdfs) with the entire group or with a particular individual. The users along with the course administrators will be able to upload various types of files (PowerPoint presentation, Portable document format, AV Clips, Spread sheets, Documents, Programs etc.) for others to download/view. Individual Content Sharing The user shall be provided with the functionality to share a particular piece of data with any other user belonging to the same group. Group Content Sharing The user shall be provided with the functionality to share a particular piece of data with any subset of users belonging to the same group Blogging The System shall provide the ability to the user to start a Blog and share the Blog content on a group level or individual level The users will be able to start a blog on any topic and upload it on the portal for other users to view and give their comments Survey The System shall provide the ability to the user to start a survey at group level. The users along with the course administrators will be able to start a survey on various topics at the individual or group level and the consolidated data can be shared at the individual or group level
15 Group Survey Request The user shall be provided with the functionality to start a survey on a particular piece of topic and request for survey for any subset of users belonging to the same group or different group Assignment Submission The system shall provide assignment submission facility i.e. assignments could be submitted via the portal similar to how it happens on Moodle. - The assignment submission page would have an active timer to record the time of submission in order to penalize the students for late submission. The Submission page shall also provide the administrator with the option to automatically close the submission link once past the deadline. - Only one submission per assignment per user is allowed, so only the latest submitted file shall be considered for evaluation Search The system must be able to use search functionality as a way to navigate pages instead of using hierarchical links. Academic Portals can be difficult to navigate and requires too many clicks to be efficiently used. Too many steps to complete basic actions such as submitting an assignment lead to frustration on the part of the student. A search utility enables students to find what they are looking for quickly in addition to having a hierarchical approach to finding functions of the academic portal. 1. A user must be able to search through pages in a course. Users should be able to search for pages of the academic portal, since most students will be searching for material given in courses. The search feature should be present in the following way. It should be present in the form of a search box and a Search button.. When a user clicks a search result link, they should be taken to the page corresponding to the search result. In addition, the search page described above might allow for the possibility of searching the World Wide Web using a standard search engine such as Google. 2. The system must display a search box on every page after a user has logged in. Users should be able to search from any page FAQ, Time Table and Conference/Seminar Info This utility enables students to find out the Time Table, or have a look at the FAQ to get the common questions answered or view the Conference/Seminar Info that is going to take place
16 The system must display the time table, FAQ or Conference/Seminar Ingo based on the user request after a user has logged in. Users should be able to see the requested info Notifications Currently, there is no system that allows users to receive SMS or notifications of changes to Portal pages (such as assignments or announcements). 1. The system must provide both and SMS notifications for pages. For this requirement, page refers to any distinct page (e.g., an assignment, a forum post, etc.). When a page is created, the user in the role of course administrator should be able to toggle whether notifications are turned on. By default, they should be turned on for announcements. If notifications are turned off, users in the capacity of student should be able to subscribe to notifications. 2.3 User Characteristics Students Students are the primary consumers of an academic portal. They are accessing information posted by professors, uploading assignments and project files, and discussing concepts Professors Professors are the primary content administrators of an academic portal. They are uploading files, links, and multimedia, and grading assignments in addition to creating new places for students to discuss and collaborate System Administrators System administrators are primarily responsible for maintaining the academic portal. They contribute minimally to the courses themselves, but spend more time modifying the system s configuration and making appropriate updates. 2.4 Constraints User Interface Constraints Using this system is fairly simple and intuitive. A user familiar with basic browser navigation skills should be able to understand all functionality provided by the system.
18 3. Specific Requirements 3.1 External interface Web Server Apache will be used as web server: The user inputs data via the web server using HTML forms The web server executes the PHP as a module and PHP script retrieves the post data if available. The web server receives information back from the PHP script. The web server displays a HTML page as result to the end-user PHP Application The actual program that will perform the operations is written in PHP. All data will be stored in a database MySQL Database It s an open source SQL database to store all data which communicates with the application on the server. 3.2 Functional Requirements Use Case Scenario Use Case Scenario 1 User Login User Login Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions User logs in to system using existing profile. A user with an existing profile. Profile username and password. Corresponding page data. Profile table data and user information. User is not logged in to a profile, input profile exists in data base, user password matches profile
19 Post-conditions Basic Flow: Alternative Flow(s): Business Rules: User's computer has been supplied with appropriate cookie, page data is appropriate for selected profile Webpage looks up profile data and returns the matching cookie. Webpage is updated to match new user data. Invalid password, invalid username, or mismatched username and password redirect to error message and previous page. This allows users to log in to their profile from anywhere Use Case Scenario 2 Content Sharing (Upload Files) A user logs into the system and is on any page and wants to share some content on a group/individual level. Content Sharing (Upload Files) Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions Post-conditions Basic Flow: A user wants to share some data (pdf, ppt etc). A legitimate user logged into the system The file to be shared. File ready to download by other users. The file. User is Logged in; file exists on user's computer. Any other person to whom the content was made available is able to download it. The user uploads a file to be shared using the upload box and selects a subset of other users of the group with whom the user wants to share the file. The file then gets uploaded to the server and desired users are able to download it after logging in.
20 Figure 10: Process flow diagram of content upload Use Case Scenario 3 Discussion Thread A user starts a discussion thread in a particular which, to which the group members are able to respond. Discussion Thread Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions Post-conditions Basic Flow: A user wants to start a discussion on a particular topic. Any user of the academic portal. Title and body of the discussion and the group in which the user wants to have the discussion. A discussion thread to which other users are able to view and comment. The discussion data. User is logged in and is a member of the group in which he wants to post. A discussion thread to which other users are able to view and comment. User logs in, selects a group and submits the title and body of the discussion topic through a submission form. The data is then
21 stored on the server and other group members will be able to view and respond Use Case Scenario 4 Content Sharing A user wants to download a particular file. Content Sharing (Download Files) Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions Post-conditions Basic Flow: A user wants download a particular file. Any user of the academic portal. Request to download a particular file. File is downloaded on user s computer. The user and the file. User is logged in and the file must be shared with him or with the group which he is a member of. The user has downloaded the file successfully. User logs in, selects the file which he wants to download. The file is then transferred from the server to the user s computer Use Case Scenario 5 Search Result A user wants to search for a topic using a keyword. Search Result Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions Post-conditions Basic Flow: A user wants to search for a particular keyword. Any user of the academic portal. The keyword. Search Results. The user and the portal itself. User is logged in. Search results. User logs in, Enters the keyword in the search box, clicks the search button and gets the search results Use Case Scenario 6 Blog Thread
22 A user starts a blog in a particular subject, to which the members of the portal are able to respond. Figure 11: Process flow diagram: Blogging Blog Thread Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions Post-conditions Basic Flow: A user wants to start a Blog on a particular topic. Any user of the academic portal. Title and body of the Blog and the forum in which the user wants to have the blog. Blog to which other users are able to view and comment. The Blog data. User is logged in and is a member of the group in which he wants to post. A Blog to which other users are able to view and comment. User logs in, selects a group and submits the title and body of the blog topic through a submission form. The data is then stored on the server and other group members will be able to view and respond.
23 Use Case Scenario 7 - Notifications A user wants to search for a topic using a keyword. Notifications Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions Post-conditions Basic Flow: To get notifications of assignments, deadlines and other important messages. Any user of the academic portal. User enables the notifications from settings. Notifications. The user and the portal itself. User has chosen to receive notifications. User receives the desired notifications. User enables the desired notifications from settings and receives notifications Use Case Scenario 8 - Survey A user wants to start a survey for a topic Survey Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions Post-conditions Basic Flow: To start a survey for a particular topic Any user of the academic portal. Title and body of the survey and the forum in which the user wants to have the blog. Survey to which other users are able to do the polling and see the results. The survey data. User is logged in and is a member of the group in which he wants to do the survey. A survey to which other users are able to do the polling and view the data. User logs in, selects a group and submits the title and body of the survey topic through a submission form. The data is then stored on the
24 server and other group members will be able to view and respond. Figure 12: Process Flow Diagram- Survey Use Case Scenario 9 FAQ, Time Table and Conference/Seminar Info A user wants to look at the FAQ, Time Table, and Conference/Seminar Info. FAQ, Time Table and Conference/Seminar Info Purpose User Input Data Output Data Invariants Pre-conditions Post-conditions Basic Flow: A user wants to look at the time table, FAQ, conference/seminar Info. Any user of the academic portal. The keyword. FAQ, Time Table, Conference/Seminar Info. The user and the portal itself. User is logged in. FAQ, Time Table, Conference/Seminar Info Data. User logs in, Selects the FAQ, Time Table or Conference/Seminar Info button and gets the results.
25 3.3 Performance Requirements The system should support at least 200 concurrent users. This statement provides a general sense of reliability when the system is under load. It is important that a substantial number of users be able to access the system at the same time, since an academic portal is important to the courses that employ it. The times when the system will be under the most stress are likely during assignment submissions. Therefore, it must be able to handle at least 200 concurrent users. 3.4 Logical database requirements All data will be saved in the database: user accounts and profiles, discussion data, messages etc. (except files which are stored on the disk.) The database allows concurrent access and will be kept consistent at all times, requiring a good database design. 3.5 Design Constraints 1. The communication between the portal software and the database will be in SQL. 2. The portal layout will be produced with HTML/CSS. 3. The product will be written in PHP. 4. The output must be compatible with W3C XHTML The source code must follow the coding conventions of PHP. 6. System administrators must have access to comprehensive documentation. 3.6 Software System Attributes The software consists of the following elements: 1. The apache web server 2. The PHP application 3. The MySQL database 4. The database should remain consistent at all times in case of an error Reliability The reliability of the overall program depends on the reliability of the separate components Availability The system should be available at all times, meaning the user can access it using a web browser, only restricted by the down time of the server on which the system
26 runs. In case of a of a hardware failure or database corruption, a replacement page will be shown. Also in case of a hardware failure or database corruption, backups of the database should be retrieved with the MySQL server and saved by the administrator Security 1. Passwords will be saved encrypted in the database in order to ensure the user's privacy. 2. The user's IP will be logged. 3. The system will be protected against vulnerabilities such as SQL injection attacks Maintainability MySQL is used for maintaining the database and the Apache server takes care of the site. In case of a failure, a re-initialization of the program is recommended Portability The application is Linux-based and should be compatible with other systems. Apache, PHP and MySQL programs are practically independent of the OS-system which they communicate with. The end-user part is fully portable and any system using any web browser should be able to use the features of the application.
Bijlage1 Software Requirements Specification For CIS Version 1.0 final Prepared by Saidou Diallo HvA/Inaxion November 2009 Copyright 2009/2010 Inaxion BV. Table of Contents 1. Introduction...3 1.1 Purpose...
Software Requirements Specification for VODKA Version 1.1 Approved April 24, 2007 Prepared by: Archit Baweja, Drew Hall, Sunny Huynh, Kevin Lynch, and Kanwarpreet Sethi Drexel University Revision History
Document Freedom Workshop 2012 CMS, Moodle and Web Publishing Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata www.jitrc.com (also using CMS: Drupal) Table of contents What is CMS 1 What is CMS About Drupal About
WordPress Security Scan Configuration To configure the - WordPress Security Scan - plugin in your WordPress driven Blog, login to WordPress as administrator, by simply entering the url_of_your_website/wp-admin
System Requirements General Requirements Web Conferencing Version 8.3 Troubleshooting Guide Listed below are the minimum requirements for participants accessing the web conferencing service. Systems which
Trend Micro Incorporated reserves the right to make changes to this document and to the products described herein without notice. Before installing and using the product, please review the readme files,
CHAPTER 6 SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION 6.0 Introduction This chapter discusses about the development and implementation process of EPUM web-based system. The process is based on the system design
Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 2 HOME PAGE... 3 Announcements... 7 Personalize & Change Password... 8 Reminders... 9 SERVICE CATALOG... 11 Raising a Service Request... 12 Edit the Service Request...
June 2015 mba international eduportal Student Manual Author: Tagalaki Vasiliki, Special Technical Laboratorial Staff Department of Management Science and Technology Athens University of Economics and Business
Vodafone Secure Device Manager Administration User Guide Vodafone New Zealand Limited. Correct as of September 2014. Do business better Contents Introduction 3 Help 4 How to find help in the Vodafone Secure
Access to Moodle The first session of this document will show you how to access your Lasell Moodle course, how to login, and how to logout. 1. The homepage of Lasell Learning Management System Moodle is
Novell Linux Desktop NLD KDE QUICK START Getting Started Novell Linux Desktop (NLD) provides the tools that Linux* users require in their daily activities. It interfaces with the Linux system to access
Intunex Oy Skillhive Service Description 1 / 6 About Skillhive Skillhive is a social business application designed for connecting and sharing expertise within organizations. Skillhive enables employees
Software Requirements Specification For Real Estate Web Site Brent Cross 7 February 2011 Page 1 Table of Contents 1. Introduction...3 1.1. Purpose...3 1.2. Scope...3 1.3. Definitions, Acronyms, and Abbreviations...3
Request For Proposal For Re-Designing & Up-gradation Of the SAARC Development Fund Website RFP Circulation Date: September 19, 2012 Proposal Submission Deadline: October 30, 2012 SAARC Development Fund
Content Management Software Drupal : Open Source Software to create library website S.Satish, Asst Library & Information Officer National Institute of Epidemiology (ICMR) R-127, Third Avenue, Tamil Nadu
CDUfiles User Guide Chapter 1: Accessing your data with CDUfiles Here are the first steps to using CDUfiles. Sign In Open your web browser and enter cdufiles.cdu.edu.au or Note: Use cdufiles.egnyte.com
QUICK REFERENCE QuantStudio 3D AnalysisSuite Server System Installation, Maintenance, and Administration Catalog Number 4489085 and 4486244 Pub. No. 4486248 Rev. B IMPORTANT! This document does not provide
Welcome to the Building Inspection Technician program. Most of your course material will be delivered to you using an online Learning Management System called Blackboard. You will receive course information
7 Interacting with Users 7 Apple Remote Desktop is a powerful tool for interacting with computer users across a network. You can interact by controlling or observing remote screens, text messaging with
Administrator s User Manual for OrangeHRM Version 3.0 All Rights Reserved. Published in the United States of America. This publication is protected by copyright, and permission must be obtained from the
Software Requirement Specification For Flea Market System By Ilya Verlinsky, Alexander Sarkisyan, Ambartsum Keshishyan, Igor Gleyser, Andrey Ishuninov 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Purpose 1.1.1 Purpose of SRS document
Gigabyte Management Console User s Guide (For ASPEED AST 2400 Chipset) Version: 1.4 Table of Contents Using Your Gigabyte Management Console... 3 Gigabyte Management Console Key Features and Functions...
High Level Design Distributed Network Traffic Controller Revision Number: 1.0 Last date of revision: 2/2/05 22c:198 Johnson, Chadwick Hugh Change Record Revision Date Author Changes 1 Contents 1. Introduction
Student ANGEL FAQs General Issues: What is ANGEL? How do I log in? What is my username and password? How do I activate my account? I forgot my C number/password, what do I do? I registered after the first
webtree designs Gayle Pyfrom web site design and development Lakewood, CO 80226 email@example.com INTRODUCTION The goal of this presentation is to provide an overview of using Joomla! to create your
Getting Started with PRTG Network Monitor 2012 Paessler AG All rights reserved. No parts of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any means graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying,
FileMaker Server 13 FileMaker Server Help 2010-2013 FileMaker, Inc. All Rights Reserved. FileMaker, Inc. 5201 Patrick Henry Drive Santa Clara, California 95054 FileMaker and Bento are trademarks of FileMaker,
EOP ASSIST: A Software Application for K 12 Schools and School Districts Installation Manual Released January 2015 Updated March 2015 Table of Contents Overview...2 General Installation Considerations...2
Trend Micro Incorporated reserves the right to make changes to this document and to the products described herein without notice. Before installing and using the software, please review the readme files,
Table of Contents INTRODUCTION...2 HOME PAGE...3 Announcements... 6 Personalize... 7 Reminders... 9 Recent Items... 11 SERVICE CATALOG...12 REQUEST...14 Request List View... 15 Creating a New Incident...
MadCap Software Dashboard Admin Guide Pulse Copyright 2014 MadCap Software. All rights reserved. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. The software described in this document
9.0 Welcome to FirstClass 9.0, the latest and most powerful version of the one of the industry s leading solutions for communication, collaboration, content management, and online networking. This document
Trend Micro Incorporated reserves the right to make changes to this document and to the products described herein without notice. Before installing and using the product, please review the readme files,
E-LEARNING STUDENT S MANUAL By Williams College E-Learning is the College s Online Learning Environment, designed to enhance your learning experience by providing access to online course materials, activities,
SECURITY DOCUMENT BetterTranslationTechnology XTM Security Document Documentation for XTM Version 6.2 Published by XTM International Ltd. Copyright XTM International Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of
Your complete guide to installing the info@hand Self-Service Portal and estore. Install the Portal & estore as shrink-wrapped software, or as add-ons to an existing Joomla! installation. Then configure
MOZU APP CERTIFICATION FOR THIRD-PARTY DEVELOPMENT Certification Guide 2014 Mozu Table of Contents Mozu App Certification Guide for Third-Party Development 3 What is app certification? 3 Why should you
The Peer Reviewer s Guide to Editorial Manager Registering with EM The Register option is found in the main toolbar. New users simply click on REGISTER. [Note: You may have been proxy registered as a review
MassTransit 6.0 Enterprise Web Configuration for Macintosh OS 10.5 Server November 6, 2008 Group Logic, Inc. 1100 North Glebe Road, Suite 800 Arlington, VA 22201 Phone: 703-528-1555 Fax: 703-528-3296 E-mail:
SysAidTM Product Description September 2006 IT Challenges As the ratio of computers to IT staff grows, so does the visibility of the IT department in organizations. Efficiency and responsiveness has become
Contents I Table of Contents Part I Document Overview 2 Part II Document Details 3 Part III EventSentry Setup 4 1 Download & Installation... 4 Part IV Configuration 4 1 Usernames and... Passwords 5 2 Network...
Cyclope 6 Installation Guide CYCLOPE let s talk productivity Cyclope Employee Surveillance Solution is provided by Cyclope Series 2003-2014 1 P age Table of Contents 1. Cyclope Employee Surveillance Solution
Installation and Administration Guide Release 8 This installation guide will walk you through how to install and deploy Conga Composer, including recommended settings for the application. Contact Support:
METU DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING Software Requirements Specification SNMP Agent & Network Simulator Mustafa İlhan Osman Tahsin Berktaş Mehmet Elgin Akpınar 05.12.2010 Table of Contents 1. Introduction...
SysPatrol Server Security Monitor User Manual Version 2.2 Sep 2013 www.flexense.com www.syspatrol.com 1 Product Overview SysPatrol is a server security monitoring solution allowing one to monitor one or
CCV Renewal FAQ General Q: Why is the CCV building a new application? A: The current application was built in 2002, using the latest web technology available at that time. Over the last ten years the number
User Version 0.11 August 22, 2014 NTT Web Hosting Service [User Manual] Presented By: OAM Linux A NTT Communications (Thailand) CO., LTD. Table of Contents NTT Web Hosting Service [User Manual] 1 General...
International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering Open Access Technical Paper Volume-4, Special Issue-2, April 2016 E-ISSN: 2347-2693 Standalone Attendance Monitoring and Projector System Mohit
Comparison of Moodle and ATutor LMSs Péter Lengyel - Miklós Herdon - Róbert Szilágyi University of Debrecen CAS-FAERD Contents Introduction (Moodle, ATutor) Evaluation aspects Technical flexibility Learning
The Virtual Appliance includes the same powerful technology and simple Web based user interface found on the Barracuda Web Application Firewall hardware appliance. It is designed for easy deployment on
White Paper SETTING UP AND RUNNING A WEB SITE ON YOUR LENOVO STORAGE DEVICE WORKING WITH WEB SERVER TOOLS CONTENTS Introduction 1 Audience 1 Terminology 1 Enabling a custom home page 1 Adding webmysqlserver
Reference Guide for WebCDM Application 2013 CEICData. All rights reserved. Version 1.2 Created On February 5, 2007 Last Modified August 27, 2013 Table of Contents 1 SUPPORTED BROWSERS... 3 1.1 INTERNET
Instructions for use the VPN at the Warsaw School of Economics Dariusz Jaruga. ver. 1.1 (19-01-2011) Introduction VPN is the abbreviation for Virtual Personal Network which allows you to connect your computer
Fire Service Training, LLC LMS Student User Manual 2013 1 Fire Service Training, LLC Rev. 12/28/2013 Table of Contents Technical Requirements... 4 How to Log in... 4 Editing your Profile... 4 Basic Profile
Build it with Drupal 8 Comprehensive guide for building common websites in Drupal 8. No programming knowledge required! Antonio Torres This book is for sale at http://leanpub.com/drupal-8-book This version
QUICK START GUIDE UC Software 5.3.0 May 2015 3725-49126-001A Software Development Kit (SDK) Polycom, Inc. 1 Copyright 2015, Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced,
Short notes on webpage programming languages What is HTML? HTML is a language for describing web pages. HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language HTML is a markup language A markup language is a set of
QUANTIFY INSTALLATION GUIDE Thank you for putting your trust in Avontus! This guide reviews the process of installing Quantify software. For Quantify system requirement information, please refer to the
ASUS WebStorage User Manual Welcome to ASUS WebStorage You can always have the data on your PC and other devices synchronized with ASUS WebStorage no matter where you are. With ASUS WebStorage, you need
Mirtrak 6 Powered by Cyclope Installation Guide Mirtrak Activity Monitoring Solution v6 is powered by Cyclope Series 2003-2013 Info Technology Supply Ltd. 2 Hobbs House, Harrovian Business Village, Bessborough
ewon Application User Guide AUG 029 / Rev 2.1 Content Data Transfer Management with esync 1.5 This document explains how to configure the esync 1.5 Server and your ewons in order to use the Data Transfer
SAFETICA INSIGHT INSTALLATION MANUAL SAFETICA INSIGHT INSTALLATION MANUAL for Safetica Insight version 6.1.2 Author: Safetica Technologies s.r.o. Safetica Insight was developed by Safetica Technologies
OutDisk 4.0 FTP FTP for Email Users using Microsoft Windows and/or Microsoft Outlook 5/1/2012 2012 Encryptomatic LLC www.encryptomatic.com Contents What is OutDisk?... 3 OutDisk Requirements... 3 How Does
EPSS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) For support please contact: EPSS Helpdesk - workdays from 08:00 to 20:00 - Phone: +32 2 23 33 760 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org A. General Questions: N.B.: For PIC-related
Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 3 HOME PAGE... 4 Announcements... 8 Personalize & Change Password... 9 Reminders... 11 SERVICE CATALOG... 14 Searching for Service(s)... 14 Creating a Service Request...
VMware vcenter Log Insight Getting Started Guide vcenter Log Insight 1.5 This document supports the version of each product listed and supports all subsequent versions until the document is replaced by
91.527 - Human Computer Interaction Final Project Tutorial Hardware Inventory Management System (HIMS) By Table of Contents Introduction... 3 Running HIMS... 3 Successful Login to HIMS... 4 HIMS Main Screen...
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.