Can anyone provide me script for online library management in PHP-MySQL.I need this bcos I am working on my final project of developping an ecommerce site and i also want to develop another project on online library management system and giving link from my site.As i am a newbie i am not getting idea how to do that. Plz help me or provide me any source where i can get script for the above mentioned.
My boss wants me to create an internal project management system for managing the clients, projects and staff. The (vague) requirements he's given me seem pretty general and I'm assuming someone out there has done something very similar to what he wants already.
've been asked to do a website for a rural based school. They want an online application for admissions. I have a basic knowledge of webpage design but not advanced enough...here are the following requirements:Aim: to develop an online application management system.'fronend' users can apply by filling in some sort of dynamic form. they will need to be able to:- upload any supporting documents- save application draft. log in and out before deadline and make changes to application.- be able to view a draft version and download a copy after submission- automated emailing of updates- be able to log on after submission and check for any updates on review process. but not be able to change any part of the application.
I am planning to create a simple project management system with PHP/MySQL/Codeigniter.
There will be a super-admin, an admin and around 20 users. User A, B, C. And there will be around 50 projects. Project 1, 2, 3 User A and B will be able to access project 1 pages, User C, D and F will be able to access project 2 pages etc. Can I do it with session? Or do I need to use ACL? How should I structure the DB?
I want to code a Books Library management system using php and mysql, this book library should allow me to:
1- Search for books by name, category etc.. 2- Add new books to the library 3- Record books state, whether they are: present on the library or rented by a student 4- Record the date the book was out of the library and the date it was returned, 5- Finally, it should give a notification if a certain book was not returned for more than 2 days
How many tables should I need to achieve the above goals? and how should the table structures and fields look like?
I have a small project that only employs 2 developers right now (Maybe there will be more developers later, but i wanna keep it small). Maybe it can be non-php software, but i should work fine online at Sourceforge.net.tell me which would be the best free (OpenSouce preferred) software for project management, the feature i have been searching for are:
Bug Tracker Milestones Task that can be assigned to project members
I am going to be making a script that reports whether or not a server is online or offline. I have a download page, and the page has six different hosts for a file. I wanted to make a small script that would report whether the server is online or offline, so you know which one to chose.
I am unsure as to what will check and see if its on or off. Is there a boolean statement that will connect to a page and tell if you if it is there or not? DNS is not enough, it has to actually make a connection with the server.
I have looked around and only found softwares I already know. Like "Redmine" (the one we used) and "Trac".However, my hosting can't host them. They do offer Python ..so Trac should be fine, but Trac got some external deps too which are not met.I do NOT say to show a software for THIS hosting, but rather one which runs on generic web spaces. Like this one. (at least last time I checked around, every hosting had the same list of features.)
We have a small but globally distributed development team which is continually bombarded with development requests (enhancements) and bug reports (fixes) from a somewhat larger and even more globally distributes sales team and user base. We have been managing this process with emails and spreadsheets for a while but we really need something more integrated and more sophisticated. Our business web site ([url].... ) and our back-office business management tool are both written in PHP/MySQL so I would like to deploy a system written and hosted on the same platform and am looking for advice as to what tools are effective.
Looking at sourceforge.net, I have found the following: - Bug Genie - dotProject - Traq - CodeTrack - XPMT (and I am sure there are a ton of others)
The criteria that I am hoping to match are:
- Easy for the end user to enter bug reports (if it's complicated, it won't get used)
- Tools for Project planning, including resource assignment and load leveling
I was wondering if anyone could suggest a PHP Web-Based Project Management Tool. Some of the features I am specifically looking for is task management, timetracking, project documentation management... My employers are beta testing Macromedia's Sitespring (JSP based web interface), and honestly it is pretty full featured but it doesn't fulfill all of our needs. Also, the price tag is enough to make anyone think twice.
I've been fiddling with Redmine in the past few days and not 100% happy with the way it organises tasks etc.I need a open source PHP based solution that is like Redmine or even VersionOne to assist our small team of 3 developers with project management. We basically use Scrum, and would love to be able to create projects, break them down into user stories, and then further break stories down into tasks.We typically use also size tasks and user stories using the PERT analysis formula.
I'm working on a big PHP web-project and I was wondering - Is there any Project Manager software that will allow me to plan the "skeleton" of the project - meaning the classes, input & expected output of functions and things like that?
I am wondering if someone knows of a project management program, which I can install on my two web hosting accounts? I need it to be written in PHP and MySQL. The project management program should be for Website Designers. The following should be considered:
* my clients should be able to view their design concept * make comments about the design concept * a different login for each client * be able sign off on each phase.
There are a lot to be considered, however that is a start.
I would like to build (or find) a php reporting library that I can use to allow my users to report any type of content as bad. Actually, if they could report content as good (which I guess would mean a rating system) that would be even better. So if anyone knows of a library like this I would love to hear about it. Anyway, this is how I imagine the database working and I would like to know if this sounds correct.
ID - ID of row USER_ID - ID of the user voting/reporting ITEM_ID - UNIQUE table row ID of the item reported (post, other user, link, etc...) TYPE - the name of the table this pertains to (posts, users, links, etc...) DATE - datetime of report VALUE - I guess this could be an UP vote or DOWN vote
By including the [TYPE] column I can use this voting system across all content types on my site instead of just one (like forum posts). By storing the user_id I can be sure that only one vote/report is cast per item per user.
I know questions like this have been asked numerous times, but not quite this one. Forgive me if I overlooked an obvious duplicate. In the core of many of my web applications is a self-written user/session management class that in its origins dates back to 2002. I have decided that it is time for a fundamental re-write or, preferably, the introduction of a ready-made standard library. My requirements for that library would be:
And if it's very generic, a user management API or a generic connector to the user management of the surrounding application would be nice:
Create/Update/delete user records Fetch and modify data of currently logged in user this is so basic, and so security relevant, that I would expect that there is a standard solution to this, however I don't know of any, and all the big CMSs and blogs seem to be rolling their own.
My two questions:
Do you know such a component as a generic, stand-alone library? Could somebody with deep knowledge in Zend Framework tell me whether it is possible to use Zend_auth and/or Zend_session standalone, at the core of a big application that has otherwise nothing to do with ZF, without running in to trouble?
I have a small php personal project i am doing, it's a film library, I have a list of films on a page, which is just a select title FROM films..
I want each of these titles to be a link to another page that shows all details of this film (SELECT * from films where title = xxx)
Now , I can do this with forms using the POST method, but i dont wanna have buttons beside the film title, it's better to just use the links ... is there a way of using links to pass the argument (in this case film title)..
How would you allow users in sites such as a forum/blog comments .etc mark content as spam or abusive? I know you can use services such as askimet and create Bayesian spam filter classes, but what would be the best way to implement a system that allows users to report content?
Would you add an extra field to the item table called spam and/or flagged and how would you differentiate betweeen the two? Basically how would you set up such a system, what would be the database structure?
in the last 2 years I've studied php and MySQL in order to build my project. I come from ActionScript3 and so Object Oriented Programming, but I'm an self-taught, and unfortunately I don't know the deepest parts of programmation. Now the project I've written is near to the end and It could be published online, but It's all written in procedural php style, only with a class for the session and something.
All works fast and without problems (for what I can see), but if I need to add some functions to the site, like user board, add login with other accounts (facebook, openid, etc.), I think that would be difficult to be changed. I know there are solutions like cakephp, zend and many other MVC frameworks, useful to optimize develop time, so I was just wondering if I should start with that base or I could pass to it in the future.
The current database is not so different from how it should be to be MVC ready, some things need to be changed and I don't know what exactly involve this, I don't know if It's possible to change the database structure in the future with millions of rows added. Should I publish my web2 project online or should I wait to rewrite it MVC framework ready?
I have started creating a website for a new online radio station, launching later in the year, and so far the basics are going well - it's running on Apache 2.2, with PHP 5.28.However, I have one problem I'm struggling to find a solution for - how to store day and time in the database my site runs on, not date and time.This is the type of thing I mean:
Notice in the second example how the date and time is shown this is my example:
i want to do online quiz which is fully controlled by administrator as part of my project.I want to code it in php so that each question comes in different pages and the number of questions will be as administrator wishes.i have the code in which all the questions comes in the same page.But i have no idea how to make it the othe
I’m looking for a content management systems, PHP based and MySQL driven. I already checked for Mambo and Typo3. But which systems are good and which are bad? I heard a lot of bad things of Mambo concerning security problems. On the other hand Typo3 is not that easy to learn and is very complex. All suggestions are welcome.
I am creating an intranet-type file management system where two or three users can upload and download Word files. I know how to allow for file upload using HTML forms, but is there a way to allow download??
I'm sorry for the long post, but I think it's better if I'm as detailed as I can be so that I don't make a mistake in my choice and so that there's a clear understanding of to what I'm looking for.
I'm looking for a content management system to use on a site (http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com) that I help to moderate. Unfortunately (as I have discovered), there are literally hundreds of CMS's to choose from, so I am understandably confused. However, I would appreciate it if anyone will be able to recommend a good one based on the criteria I'm going to give.
In order of priority, the criteria are:
1. Ease of use involving minimal manual intervention. What I would like is a system where once someone has posted an article and editors have approved it, it gets published not only to a main 'articles' page but parts of it (e.g. a link to it with the subject in the title) *automatically* get published wherever we would like these parts to be published.
For example, currently, we get people to publish articles using Blogger. Unfortunately, it means that once the article is approved, we still have to manually insert the link to our front-page and sidebars to our messageboard using PHP include statements.
See the sidebar on the following page for examples: http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/board.
What we would like is an article management system that would publish articles to an articles page and also populate the front page and sidebars automatically.
2. Integration with existing message board and site. I would like a situation where the content management system would sit side by side with an existing vBulletin messageboard we already have so that we can show part of the content on the same page as the messageboard (as I have described above). It would be nice if we could also cause parts of the article to appear on other parts of the site as well.
3. Ease of import of previously published articles: I have already mentioned above that we already have some articles published using Blogger. We would not want to lose these, so it would be great if there was a mechanism for importing these articles into the content management system with minimal manual intervention.
4. Ease of composition: We would like people writing articles not to need to be masters of html to compose articles for submission to our site. Ideally, we would like them to be able to paste their articles directly into the composition window provided by the content manager from a rich text format application like Microsoft Word without losing their formatting. Failing that, it would be nice if the content manager provided a simple markup language that allowed for basic formatting, with the option of html formatting if the article writer wanted to do something really complex.
5. Article rating. We would like people reading the articles to be able to rate them. It would be nice if we could configure the rating system so that we could choose the range of points to be awarded.
6. Good portal system: We would like to have a front 'portal' page with an index to the latest articles (with a "more articles" link that will direct readers to more articles the main articles page). We would also like to have links to other sections of the website where we would post news, entertainment and other stories.
7. Comments and Login Integration with Vbulletin. Again, we want to have the ability to integrate with our vbulletin board in such a way that members who are already registered do not need to register again before posting comments to articles.
I am assuming that because our existing site is based on PHP, the CMS should be PHP-based as well.
I would be extremely grateful if you could point me in the direction of a CMS that would meet most if not all of these requirements.
There are a few in Perl and PHP, with MySQL or without and either in Mod_Perl or not in.
I have heard mason, but it does not have any demo site, but claims, AMAZON is using it.
I also like PostNuke, but then there is a sister product caled PHPNuke
I am looking for something simple but with a lot of plug-ins. I will not use many features, but like to have BBS/Forum and Classified Ads. I want it simple, because I need to rewrite a lot of codes to include my current Perl program.
I have been looking for a user management system for some time now. I need something that will allow the user to sign up with thier chosen user and pass but have the site administrator have final say whether they have access or not. Has anyone seen anything like this??
I've been programming with php for about a year now, and a lot of that code has either been addons for existing sites, or plugins for existing CMS's. I've decided that it's time to expand my knowledge and portfolio, and have decided to create a few concept sites. If I am going to build a website from scratch, I would like to make it modular, that way every time I create a site all I have to do is change up the template and add/remove functionality. So I've been researching CMS (Content Management System) design.
I've found some tutorials and documents that explain a little about CMS design, but none of them mention plugin interfaces, just user authentication, user classes and content mainly. Can anyone point me to a resource that will explain the theory behind it. I just need something to get the creative juices going, not something that's going to hold my hand. I've been using e107 for a CMS for a while, and I've looked through the code a bit, but it's a bit advanced, and it's hard to differentiate just the plugin interface from the rest of the site.
I am looking for good "warranty management system", open source, free or commercial. PHP/MySQL platform will be better. I thought a warray management system should be generally needed and there should already be some good systems there. free or commercial. I did google search on the warranty management system. Not too much results there. Is it because
1) warranty management process is mostly depengding on individual business's individual practice? so it is usually a custom programming projects.
2) are there market there for a general designed warranty management system?
The reason i ask is because I just got a job working on my company's website. The previous web guys had incorporated PostNuke. I never dealt with any type of CMS before so its really frustrating this firt week trying to familiarize with everytihng since they have an issue they wana deal with right away. The site is pretty basic, theres no logign in, no forum, very few dynamic features like the shopping cart.
I am presently looking for a user management system in PHP which can easily be integrated and built on. I have googled for it and i have two or three already on the list to try out, but then again i want the benefit of personal recommendation based on usage and experience with a solution.So if you know of any that has worke
I am wanting some type of file management system where I can upload files and maintain them.Â I was trying to do this with forms where I could enter a document file number, Department, File Name, Date Release and various other info.
I can find all kinds of file management systems on the net but I cant seem to find one where i can display the items the way i want them to be.Â Does anybody have any ideas or tutorials they might suggest?