CIS 355A Week 6 Lab Student Management System

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CIS 355A Week 6 Lab Student Management System

OBJECTIVES

  • Programmatic access to a MySQL database to add and display records

PROBLEM: Student Management System
A teacher needs the ability to store and retrieve student data. This includes

  • student name;
  • three test scores;
  • average; and
  • letter grade.

FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
You can code the GUI by hand or use NetBeans GUI builder interface.
Create a GUI which allows for input and display of student data.
It should include buttons to save a record, display all records.

Create a database and table to store student name and three test scores. (Note that average and grade are calculated by app.)

Student class
Create a Student class to manage the student data. It should have private instance variables of

  • student name; and
  • three test scores.

The class must have the following methods.

  • A default and parameterized constructor
  • Sets/gets for all instance variables
  • A get method to calculate and return the average
  • A get method to calculate and return the letter grade
  • toString to display the name of the student

StudentDB class
Create a StudentDB class that is used to create a connection and interface with the database.

This class should have two methods.

  • getAll—reads data from database, returns data in an arraylist of student objects
  • add—writes a record to the database

GUI class

Insert button will take the info from the GUI (student name and three test scores) and insert a record into the table. Input should be cleared from the textboxes.

Display button will read the data from the database and creates a report in Console window, sample format below.

Name Test1 Test2 Test3 Avg Grade
Bruce Wayne 90 95 98 94.3 A
Clark Kent 65 70 90 75.0 C

 

CODE STYLE REQUIREMENTS

  • Include meaningful comments throughout your code.
  • Use meaningful names for variables.
  • Code must be properly indented.
  • Include a comment header at beginning of each file, example below.

/****************************************************
Program Name: ProgramName.java
Programmer’s Name: Student Name
Program Description: Describe here what this program will do
***********************************************************/

DELIVERABLES
Submit as a SINGLE zip folder

  • all java files; and
  • the Lab report.

Follow assignment specification regarding class/method names.
Note that your Java file name must match class name (DO NOT rename).

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