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BCA PROJECT # 2- Hospital Information System
FRONT END - VB6.0
BACK END - SQL SEVER 2000

FRONTEND - C # AND .NET FRAMEWORK 

BACKEND - SQL SERVER 2008

SYNOPSIS OF PROJECT  ONLINE AUCTION SYSTEM

FINAL REPORT WITH FULL DOCUMENTATION and SOURCE CODE  OF PROJECT  ONLINE AUCTION SYSTEM

BCA MCA Bsc B tech CS information technology final year project




BCA Project Can be submitted by - BE, BCA, MCA, B TECH Computer Science Final Year students. IGNOU BCA, IGNOU MCA, SMU BCA, SMU MCA, B.Tech / B.E in Computer Science or Information technology, MTech, MS, BSC-IT as final year project.


7.7.1 Running your application:
Before you can run your application on the Android Emulator, you must create an Android Virtual Device (AVD). An AVD is a configuration that specifies the Android platform to be used on the emulator. You can read more in The bca project documentation  Free download MCA projects in VB,NET with complete source code document, but if you just want to get started, follow the simple guide below to create an AVD.
If you will be running your applications only on actual device hardware, you do not need an AVD — see Developing On a Device for information on running your applicaiton.



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7.7.2 Creating an AVD:
With ADT 0.9.3 and above, the Android SDK and AVD Manager provides a simple graphical interface for creating and managing AVDs. (If you're using ADT version 0.9.1 or older, you must use the android tool to create your AVDs—read The bca project documentation  AVD guide to Free download MCA MSc projects in C#.net with complete source codeTo create an AVD with the AVD Manager:
Select Window > Android SDK and AVD Manager, or click the Android SDK and AVD Manager icon (a black device) in the Eclipse toolbar.
In The bca project documentation  Virtual Devices panel, you'll see a list of existing AVDs. Click New to create a new AVD.
Fill in the details for the AVD.
Give it a name, a platform target, an SD card image (optional), and a skin (HVGA is default).
Click Create AVD.
Your AVD is now ready and you can close the AVD Manager. In The bca project documentation  next section, you'll see how the AVD is used when launching your application on an emulator.
For more information about AVDs, read the Free download MCA projects in JAVA with complete source code documentation.

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7.7.3 Running your application:
Note: Before you can run your application, be sure that you have created an AVD with a target that satisfies your application's Build Target. If an AVD cannot be found that meets The bca project documentation  requirements of your Build Target, you will see a console error telling you so and the launch will be aborted.
To run (or debug) your application, select Run > Run (or Run > Debug) from the Eclipse main menu. The bca project documentation  ADT plugin will automatically create a default launch configuration for the project.
When you choose to run or debug your application, Eclipse will perform the following:
Compile The bca project documentation  project (if there have been changes since the last build).
Create a default launch configuration (if one does not already exist for the project).
Install and start The bca project documentation  application on an emulator or device (based on the Deployment Target defined by the run configuration).
By default, Android application run configurations use an "automatic target" mode for selecting a device target. For information on how automatic target mode selects a deployment target, see  Free download BSc CS IT projects in PHP,JAVA, ASP.NET with  source code  below.
If debugging, the application will start in The bca project documentation  "Waiting For Debugger" mode. Once the debugger is attached, Eclipse will open the Debug perspective.
To set or change the launch configuration used for your project, use The bca project documentation  launch configuration manager. See Free download MCA projects in ASP.NET with documentation for more projects


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