Project: 1 form application for surveys
This is a very very simple project. Only 1 form is needed with two combo boxed, 1 text and two buttons and two labels.
The application must have the following functionalities
1 check windows user ID based on master DB information (MS Access)
2 load selected surveys (survey, questions, answers)
3 Display form
4 when closing the application, port the information in Master DB (Enquiry nr, question nr, UserID, date/time, answer value, follow up)
The form works as follows.
It contains two combo boxes:
1 for selecting the survey (attached to a process)
2 for the value (1-10 in the language)
When a value below 6 is selected, the follow up box appears (and needs to be entered)
3 when clicking next button, the form refreshed and the focus is set to the survey selection box.
After finishing the survey, the quit button does the transaction to the master DB and the app quits.
The tab key should easily walk through the application. The combo boxes need to dropdown when entered. The
I expect you to create this application in Visual studio or Delphi. Visual basic is preferred, So I could use and fine tune the code.
Screenshots will be send after approval.
An important restriction is that the application does not need to be installed on the host computers, since there are no administrator rights!
That is all.
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Hello, we have rich experience in .NET based development. We can create required survey application as windows forms application using C# or VB.NET. Please, provide the screenshots. Regards, Valeriy.
Good day, This is a simple and straight forward requirement. I have worked a lot on online surveys, exams, etc. Pls. find an example of my recent work on a runtime rendered survey in PMB. Regards, Paul, Boston.
Hi, I have 8 years of experience in developing softwares using Delphi. I have gone through the functional diagram and the data model. I can develop it using Delphi. Thanks, Delsystems