E-Commerce – Syllabus / Books / Question Papers

INTERNET & WEBSITE ESTABLISHMENTS
Internet Resources for Commerce
Web server technologies
Internet tools Relevant to Commerce
Internet applications for Commerce
Minimalist Website Establishment

INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE
EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)
What is E-Commerce?
Benefits of E-Commerce
The Limitations of E-Commerce
Types of E-Commerce
Barriers to E-Commerce
E-Commerce Applications
E-Commerce and Electronic Business
E-Commerce with WWW-internet
Commerce- Net advocacy 2

APPROACHES TO SAFE E-COMMERCE
Secure transport protocol and transaction
Secure transactions
Secure Electronic Payment Protocol (SEPP)
Secure Electronic Transaction (SET)
Certificate for authentication
Security on web server and enterprise network

ELECTRONIC CASH & ELECTRONIC PAYMENT SCHEME
Internet monetary payment
Payment and Purchase Order process
Online electronic cash

INTERNET / INTRANET SECURITY ISSUES & SOLUTIONS
Need for computer security
Security strategies
Encryption
Master card/ Visa transaction
Payment processing

LAW RELATED TO IT ACT
Basics of mobile computing
Wireless computing concepts
Legal aspects of E-commerce

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Reference Books: –
1. Web Commerce Technology Handbook By Daniel Minoli Emma Minoli
2. Electronic commerce By Hossein Bidgoli
3. The Complete E-Commerce Book By Janice Reynolds
4. Web Security, Privacy & Commerce By Simson Garfinkel, Gene Spafford
5. Electronic Payment Systems for E-commerce by Donal OMahony

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VB.Net – Syllabus / Books / Question Papers

Introduction
Microsoft .NET Framework
Visual Basic .Net
Example of Visual Basic .Net
-Hello, world
-Hello, windows
-Hello, Browser

The Visual Basic . NET language
Source Files
Indentifiers
Keywords
Literals
Types
Namespaces
Symbolic Constants
Variables
Scope
Access Modifiers
Assignment
Operators and Expressions
Statements
Classes
Interfaces
Structures
Enumerations
Exceptions
Delegates
Exents
Standers Modules
Attributes
Conditional Compilation

The .NET framework
Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) & Common Language Runtime (CLR)
Common Type Systems (CTS)
Namespaces
Portions of the CLI
Modules and Assemblies
Global Assembly Cache (GAC)
Comparison of Assemblies, Modules & Namespaces
Application Domains
Common Language Specification (CLS)
Intermediate Language (IL) & Just In Time (JIT) Compilation
Metadata
Memory Management & Garbage Collection
Finalize
Dispose
A brief tour of the . NET Framework Name spaces
Configuration
Configuration File Formal
Configuration Section Groups
The Section

Windows form I: Developing Desktop Applications
Creating a Form
Creating a Form using Visual Studio . NET
Creating a Form incode
Relationships between forms
MDI Applications
Parent & Child Forms
Creating a window Menu
Merging menus
Detecting MDI child window activation
Component attributes
2-D Graphics programming with GDI+
The Graphics class
The Pen class
The Brush class
The colors structures
Alpha blending
Anti-aliasing
Printing
hello printer
The print page EventARGS class
The Onbeginprint and OnEndPrint Methods
Choosing a Printer
The PageSettings Class
The Printer Settings Class
Page Setup Dialog Box
Print Preview
Summary of Printing
Files In VB.Net

Windows form II: Controls, Common Dialog boxes And Menus
Common Controls &
Control Events
Form and Control Layout
Common Dialog Boxes
Menus
Creating a Control
COM Interoperability

NET:DEVELOPING DATABASE APPLICATIONS
A brief History of universal Data Access
Managed Providers
Connecting to a SQL Server Data-base
Connecting to an OLE DB DataSource
Reading Data into a Datacell.
The Dataset class
Finding Tables
Finding Rows
Finding column values
Finding column Definition
Changing Adding & Deleting rows
Writing updates back to the Data source
Relations between Data tables in a Data Set.
The Datasets XML Capabilities
Binding a Data Set to a Windowsforms Data Grid.
Binding a Data Set to a Web-Forms Data Grid.
Reading Data using a Data-Reader
Executing Store Procedures through a SQL Command Object.

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Reference Books: –
1. Programming Visual Basic .NET by Dave Grundgeiger
2. Visual Basic .NET Black Book by Steven Holzner

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DBMS – Syllabus / Books / Question Papers

File Organization
STORAGE DEVICES CHARACTERISTIC
FILE ORGANIZATION

Introduction to database system
COMPONENTS OF DBMS
TYPES OF DBMS
WHY RDBMS?
FEATURES OF RDBMS
ATTRIBUTES, TUPLES & TABLES, CODD’S RULES

Entity relationship model
ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP MODEL
STRONG AND WEAK ENTITIES
KEYS IN DBMS
CONVENTIONS FOR DRAWING ERD
ABSTRACTION
GENERALIZATION

DBMS concepts
ACID PROPERTIES:-TRANSACTION PROPERTIE
CONCURRENCY CONTROL
RECOVERY MECHANISMS
VIEWS AND SECURITY
INTEGRITY CONSTRAINTS
DATA SECURITY

Relational database design
NEED FOR PROPER DATABASE
UNDESIRABLE PROPERTIES OF BAD DATABASE DESIGN
FUNCTIONAL DEPENDENCIES
NORMALIZATION USING FDS
PROPERTIES OF DECOMPOSITION

SQL Relational database language
DDL- DATA DEFINITION LANGUAGE
DML- DATA MANIPULATION LANGUAGE
DCL- DATA CONTROL LANGUAGE
SIMPLE QUERIES

Security
GRANTING ACCESS TO USERS
EXTENDING AND RESTRICTING PRIVILEGES
USING VIEWS OF SECURITY

Transaction processing
TRANSACTION PROCESSING
PROPERTIES OF TRANSACTION
SCHEDULES
SERIALIZING AND ITS NEED

Backup and recovery
TYPES OF FAILURE AND STORAGE SYSTEMS
NEED FOR BACKUP AND RECOVERY

Concurrency Control and Recovery Techniques
CONCURRENCY PROBLEMS
CONCURRENCY CONRTOL MECHANISMS
DEADLOCKS
DEADLOCKS HANDLING DETECTION AND PREVENTION

Introduction to Data warehousing and data mining
DATA WAREHOUSING
DATA MINING

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C++ – Syllabus / Books / Question Papers

INTRODUCTION
C++ programming Basic
Object Oriented programming, Characteristics, Advantages of object
Oriented programming
over procedural language.

INTRODUCTION TO C++, EXTENSION OF C
Data types, constants, references, Variable, Loops and decisions
Arrays, strings and Structures Revision
Classes and objects

INTRODUCTION TO C++ CLASSES
Data Members, Functions, Scope resolution operator,
Access specifier
New, delete operator, Static members.

CONSTRUCTOR and DESTRUCTOR
Encapsulation, Inline functions, and default parameters
Pointers and ‘This’ pointer

OVERLOADING
Function Overloading, Operator Overloading
Default Arguments

INHERITANCE
Base class, derived class, Virtual Class, Abstract class.

POLYMORPHISM
Virtual functions, Pure Virtual functions and abstraction
Function Overloading and ambiguities
All remaining types of functions

STREAM CLASS, FILE INPUT/OUTPUT
FStream classes, working with files with functions for reading and writing

EXCEPTION HANDLING
Fundamental, Multiple catch statements, catching all exception
Templates concept
Revision and completion of all theory and practical assignments

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Reference Books: –
1. Complete Reference C++ – Herbert Schildt
2. Object Oriented Programming C++ – Robert Lefore
3. Let us C++ – Yashwant Kanitkar
4. Object Oriented Programming Language C++ – Balguruswami

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