You are required to do the project and write a test plan for it.
Demo 4 is a check writer program for employees. In it, the user enters all information about the employees. You are to modify it so that the information comes from the Danco database (I have given you both a SQL Server and an Access version)
When the program starts, the user chooses between Salaried and Hourly
If the user picks Salaried, a combo box with all Salaried employees appears Employees are sorted in alphabetical order by last name.
Salary initially displayed is retrieved from the database. User can change the Salary and then write the check. (Unless you are working for extra credit, there is no need to write changes back to the database.)
If the user picks Hourly, a combo box with all Hourly employees appears Employees are sorted in alphabetical order by last name.
Hours and Rate are initially displayed is retrieved from the database.
User can change Hours and Rate and then write the check. (Unless you are working for extra credit, there is no need to write changes back to the database.)
Assume that an Employee in the database is Salaried if the Salary field is greater than 0; otherwise, they are Hourly.
You must use ADO.NET.
You can data bind if you want (I did), but it's not required.
My advice: Just work on Salaried employees first.
Then comment out the code and just work on Hourly employees.
Then get the program to work together.
Roll your own
Create an application that uses a 2 or 3 tier application,
Using a database and the ADO.NET framework
(either DataReader or DataAdapter)
Create the SQL Server or access database
Create a UML diagram
Create a test plan.
What it does is up to you.
Points given for originality.
(It can't just be a slight rehash of a prior week's assignment.)
If you want to do this part, please run your idea by me first so I can:
- Tell you if it's sufficient for the assignment
- Advise you if it's way too much to accomplish in a week.
You can earn up to 25 points extra credit for this lab, provided the idea is original enough