A front end to a payroll time tracking system for non-exempt hourly employees. The program requirements are: Must be done in Visual Basic 6.0 • Does not save data to a database (this will happen in Advanced VB). • Is well labeled. • Is tested. • Has an input field for the date, which is automatically filled but can be overwritten. • Has an input field for a social security number. The social security number is checked against 5 valid values and then brings up the name of the employee or an error message. • Allows for 6 in and out times within the day (6 pairs of input fields). In other words, the employee can check in and out 6 times. • Has an input field for hours of sick leave taken that day (2 decimal positions). • Has an input field for hours of personal leave taken that day (2 decimal positions). • Does not allow the employee to have more than 8 hours of actual working hours if sick leave or personal leave is taken that day. • Has a “submit?? button. • Full screen editing can occur until the “submit?? button is clicked. • After the “submit?? button is clicked, the hours worked that day are displayed. • After the “submit?? button is clicked, the pay for that day is displayed. Pay rate is $[url removed, login to view] Time and a half is paid for overtime (more than 8 hours). • After the “submit?? button is clicked, a password field appears. The correct password, which is “UOP??, allows full screen editing again. • Cannot be crashed.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. 2) Installation package that will install the software (in ready-to-run condition) on the platform(s) specified in this bid request. 3) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased. 4) Must meet the above requirements. 5) Requires creativity while maintaining a professional standard. 6) Requires error checking and error handling. (And can not break.) 7) Requires at least 5 forms.(Both error messages and typical UI)
This program will be run on Windows 9.x, 2000, and XP. Using IE 6.0 Must maintain compatibility across these platforms.
## Deadline information
I know this is short notice, but some of you experienced Visual Basic programmers, I know, can pop these things out rather quickly. If you want to contact me, do so at digggerzzz/hotmail/com Thank you.