Design of Information Management System Based on WEB

Xiang Xin
May 2014
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 539, p438
Academic Journal
This paper mainly design B/S system structure and small information management system that often appear some problems of college student information management, combines the actual situation of students and student instructor management work. In the process of the development of the whole system, the main use ofMicrosoft.NET technology as a whole system of compiler environment, SQL Server 2000 is used in the design of backstage supporter's database, were developed and designed by Visual Studi02005 tool, in exchange for page dynamically selected by the ASP.NET database and system interface between Webpage generation. This system has high reliability, high security, low input, so that the efficiency of information management students to improve.


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