Develop attendance system in Oracle Forms

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How do I develop attendance system in Oracle Forms? Please guide me.
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That is a very broad question.

As with any new development
project, the first thing you need to do is to define the requirements
for the system, in a very clear and unambiguous way.

“Attendance
system” could mean a lot of different things, and even if one gets the
idea of the required system, the features and specifics of its
functionality need to be defined.

After defining the requirements
you can start analyzing and designing, and after that, you can start
actually using Forms to create the applications.

Such a broad question cannot be answered here, sorry.

However,
if you have specific questions or find problems when designing or building the system,
feel free to post them here on ITKE, and the community will try to help
you out.

Good luck!

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  • Subhendu Sen
    As you mentioned developing attendance system, so there must be at least one attendance device/biometric device, that takes attendance in the form of either finger impressions/proximity card/PIN or password from employees/users. The vendor which provided this device, generally they provide software also for generating reports/setting in/out times/synchronization etc. So it is necessary that, what software/backend database they use like SQL server/Oracle/MySQL etc. As you mentioned Oracle Forms, and you go for Oracle, so if the vendor used same database, then your work might easy, but if they used other than oracle, then you have to write code for data migration. Also port no/IP/Mac address is necessary to capture the data from attendance device. If possible, please come back with more concrete details.
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