- Detailed information about a system's design specifications, its internal workings, and its functionality. (17)
- Library management refers to the issues involved in managing a library.
- the process of managing the physical storage, retention, security and backup of configuration items
- Concerned with the acquisition, circulation, cataloguing and classifying of mainly external publications
library management system documentation - Information Management
Information Management in Museums
Museums are under pressure to deliver effective management and presentation of their collections, outreach to their public, cost effective use of all of their resources and the generation of maximum income. This book addresses such topics as what information means in the museum context, who uses it and what they need to do with it, developing a strategy for using information to benefit the museum, making the best use of the knowledge and skills of the museum staff, and acquiring the right mix of technology and managing it to support co-operation between people. Basic principles and practical advice is presented for integrated management of a whole range of information which museums need for productive use of human resources and for choosing and using technology effectively. The needs of small museums are given special attention and case studies show how a range of institutions have responded to the challenge.
Java EE Project Using EJB 3, JPA And Struts 2 For Beginners
This book aims serving students, developers, technical leads and to some extent project managers or consultants by demonstrating a structured documented modestly sized project. Learning the project development and documentation is done through the construction of an Online Car Rental System [integrated with a payment gateway] using MySQL Community Server as the data store with Java Server Pages as the delivery mechanism, Struts 2 as the framework, JPA as the Specification and Hibernate 3 as the Implementation [the Object Relational Mapping library].
NeXTSTEP 2.0 System Documentation
Full set of NeXTSTEP 2.0 System Documentation. Mint condition.
library management system documentation
The Definitive Guide to the Microsoft Enterprise Library introduces one of the most exciting and popular .NET–oriented initiatives, the Enterprise Library. The EL offers eight application blocks and other reusable code that are used to solve a variety of common problem spaces. These problems cover a number of topics, including data access, exception handling, caching, logging, security, cryptography, validation, policy injection and configuration.
Author Keenan Newton, a senior consultant for Microsoft Consulting Services, begins the book with an introduction to common challenges, explaining the conditions that brought about the creation of the EL. After an EL overview, subsequent chapters offer detailed information about each of the eight blocks. The book concludes by outlining the framework available for creating custom application blocks as well as other development spaces using application blocks.
You’ll be able to build .NET applications faster and more efficiently by taking advantage of readily available code developed and released by Microsoft’s patterns and practices group. You will be introduced to these technologies in conjunction with real–world scenarios.