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http://www.1000projects.com/new/java/major/44.html

i downloaded (http://www.1000projects.com/new/java/major/44.html) CoursesRegistration code from website
1. i want to execute it, i don't know how to
2. i want to install it in my computer, how to make installer
3.after the installation, i want to enter data and search the entered date ,it should save in database , is i have to install oracle or database ?
4.please help me please i don't know
 
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Install the jdk or java runtime. verify that you can run java through the command prompt, by typing java.

extract the zip file to a folder. change to that directory through the command prompt.

run like so..

java CoursesRegistration (Because this is the class with the main method in it)


Also it looks like you would benefit a lot by going through some basic java tutorials like this.
 
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Welcome to JR:
1. If your father is rich person and your doing graduation just for the sake of some degree/certificates, then in your "ready-made" project, you'll find the "ReadMe.txt" or "Insatll.txt" file describing the steps to execute the project.

2. If you want to make a career in software especially in Java - then learn it.
No matter how much days it will take to build the same project from scratch, but the thing is, you gotta study hard.

Also, some links for you:
http://faq.javaranch.com/java/NamingPolicy
http://faq.javaranch.com/java/DoYourOwnHomework
 
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"student stu", Welcome to the ranch !
Can you check your Private Messages for an important administrative matter. As Sagar pointed out, there are a couple of important things you may not be aware of yet.
 
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Nope, I didn't see a Readme or install in the contents.. bad show..
 
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Gamini Sirisena wrote:Nope, I didn't see a Readme or install in the contents.. bad show..


What are you saying
There is NO install/setup instruction with the project and they expect the real Java knowledge user/student gonna download this project and use it. NO, We must complaint. There is already so much thing one have in college like class bunking, beer and now this stuff called as Final year project.
 
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Go to http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp
Download JDK 6 Update 16
Follow the installation instructions

If you don't know how to compile and run a simple Java program, then check out Sun's Java Tutorials.

Please don't forget to check the private message that Christophe sent you. Also, please use a meaningful subject line instead of "please help me" when you post a question.
 
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