The Design Of A Library On-Line Search Application
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This thesis concerns the design of a Library On-Line Search Application for Knowledge Systems Institute library books. It is based on the Internet Web programming. Three Web programming methods have been used to implement the book search through the Internet. They are HTML, CGI and Java.
HTML, which stands for HyperText Markup Language, keeps everything on the World Wide Web anchored to a common ground. It makes the Web dynamic. One of the powerful features of HTML is its this special HTML feature, we catalog all the books in the library and connect them all in the Web page. This is the first test of the project and implimentation.
Secondly we use a special mechanism that supports the dynamic creation of HTML documents. This mechanism is based on the invocation of external applications, usually referred to as CGI scripts, that run under the auspices of a WWW server, and that are called by the client browser in the form of an ordinary- looking URL from the Web document currently in use. CGI, which stands for Common Gateway Interface, supplies the middleware between WWW servers and external databases and information sources. We use CGI applications to perform the book search processing and formatting tasks on behalf of their WWW servers.
Thirdly we use Java, one of the most popular Web programming languages, to implement the on-line book search.
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