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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nikita Rudometov
Document Registration Program Module Development for Technical Documentation Management System
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2017
The main purpose of the graduate qualification work is document registration program module development. Program module project that includes UML diagrams, program module itself and web interfaces have been developed as part of graduate qualification work. Developed module was tested and improved according to detected failures.

The paper includes describing of all document registration program module development stages.

In order to implement above said goals next software was used: Internet Explorer 10, MS SQL Management Studio 2012, MS Visual Studio 2015, MS Windows Server R2 2012 Enterprise, OpenText Content Server version 16.2, Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers.

• Chapter 1 describes program module design.

• Chapter 2 describes program module development.

• Chapter 3 describes program module testing and improvement.

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