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jcdbrowser

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browser for managing classical CD collection

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jCDBrowser is a JAVA based program for managing a collection of CDs with Classical music, using a fully integrated hsql database.

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Features

  • notion of composers, artists, orchesters, instruments
  • notion of opus and movements
  • notion of collections, CDs and tracks
  • keeps track of physical location of the CD
  • allows for adding recording score and comments on each item
  • keeps track of creation and modification date
  • tracking and checking user input to reduce errors
  • changes to existing data is guided by GUI
  • integrated hsql database

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2012-11-28

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