ERE-The Examination Results Explorer is an advanced web application basically designed to give the students of a school, and the school faculty, access to a detailed and analytical view of their examination results
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  • I see a error while dumping files in my PHPMYADMIN it can be fixed by replacing ") TYPE=MyISAM;" with ") ENGINE=MyISAM;" .The user interface looks good but one problem is that nothing happens even after connecting the application with database.I followed each and every step perfectly.What i finally came up with is that its not working.Would love a update on this!.I'm quite sure that most of the schools are looking for a open source system like this!.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Quality Engineers

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

JavaScript, PHP

Database Environment

SQL-based

Registered

2004-12-27