I want to create some simple JSP Administration Pages for managing 3 things (Users, Facility and Unit). This would include Display, Add, Edit, and Delete.
I will provide the table structure and some simulated data. The programmer would create the pages using JDBC to create a resultSet -- I'll then change the databaseConnection to connect to my own source database. The database that I use is Oracle 8i.
The display page must show the data in a paginated view (like 10 records) and have Next and Prev links to get the corresponding data. The display page must also show how many pages can be displayed. Similiar to Google.com.
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For the Add/Edit/Delete JSP pages -- a confirmation page must appear displaying the data that was modified or have the user returned to the display JSP page where at the top of the page a message appears telling the user of the changes -- as well as showing the user the modifed data.
There are only two rules. a) some fields have to be filled in and b) some fields cannot be duplicated in the database. If the rule is violated the JSP page should be returned showing the user an message where that field is.
What I am looking for is a clean professional looking interface to do this. The color scheme that I've been using is a light blue.
Also, sending me example screen shots of what you have done in the past would certainly help out.
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