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800 - 1,500

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5/14/14 8:41 PM

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Description

The tool imports data from different sources about students doing their internships in hospitals. Then it allows to add, modify or delete the data and add more information through different management screens. It also can display and search in reports. Export to Excel of those reports is neccesary.   Sources of information: 1. Oracle Views: the application will need to connect to a view from an Oracle database to retrieve the student’s data.  2. Excel: it will need to import an Excel file to retrieve grades and other student’s information. 3. Manual: some data will be manually completed through the application itself. Wireframes: • 03-1 Alumnos 1.9 - Screens that display student’s data and grades and allow to manage the data. The grades are calculated by the application following certain rules (they will be specified later).  • 02-1 Hospitales 1.5 - Screen to display and manage hospitals. • Servicios y rotaciones 1.3 - Screens to display and manage services. Other screens not in wireframes: • Users management: the application will have three kind of roles: Editors: Editors can see and use all management screens.  Admin can do the same plus the ability of adding or removing editors and admins.  Teacher: they can view (not manage) resources associated to their course.  • Import screen: screens from where you can manage the import process (Oracle and Excel) Technology requirements ASP.NET with SQL Server 2008 R2 for the application to run. Ability to connect and import data from external data sources (it is manually activated when to load those resources). Needed: import from Oracle view, import from Excel files.  Management of the data in the tables / reports must be “in-content”, similar to what you can see here:http://www.editablegrid.net/en (as en example)