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  1. 1. 2010 Corpus eReady Solutions pvt. Ltd. 3/17/2010 Design and Functional Specification
  2. 2. Design and Functional Specification 1. Introduction 1.1 Purpose This document records functional specifications for Math (STEM) web application along with the high level design. The objective is to document the specifications in as much detail as possible so that the developers may directly take this as a basis for the coding. This document provides an overview of each specific module of the application and technical design, including a description of each component’s high level role. Where applicable, the document provides references to more detailed external documentation. 1.2 Scope This document covers the high level design and functional specification for student, Teacher and Admin modules Some of the web pages will also be developed with minimum content to enable faster loading of pages for low bandwidth users. Design for these web pages for low bandwidth in not included in this document. This will be taken care of at the development time. Design and Functional Specification Introduction This document records functional specifications for Science Technology English ) web application along with the high level design. The objective is to document the specifications in as much detail as possible so that the developers ay directly take this as a basis for the coding. This document provides an overview of each specific module of the application and technical design, including a description of each component’s high level role. Where applicable, the nces to more detailed external documentation. This document covers the high level design and functional specification for Admin modules in STEM. Some of the web pages will also be developed with minimum content to enable faster loading of pages for low bandwidth users. Design for these web pages for low bandwidth in not included in this document. This will be taken care of at the Science Technology English ) web application along with the high level design. The objective is to document the specifications in as much detail as possible so that the developers ay directly take this as a basis for the coding. This document provides an overview of each specific module of the application and technical design, including a description of each component’s high level role. Where applicable, the nces to more detailed external documentation. This document covers the high level design and functional specification for Some of the web pages will also be developed with minimum content to enable faster loading of pages for low bandwidth users. Design for these web pages for low bandwidth in not included in this document. This will be taken care of at the
  3. 3. Design and Functional Specification 2 Technology stack STEM web site will be developed using following technologies: Name ASP.Net 3.5 Net Framework 3.5 Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 Design and Functional Specification 2 Technology stack site will be developed using following technologies: Description ASP.NET is a powerful platform for building dynamic web applications that provides a tremendous amount of flexibility and power for building just about any kind of web application from small, personal websites through to large, enterprise-class web applica The .NET Framework is an integral Windows component that supports building and running the next generation of applications and Web services. The key components of the .NET Framework are the common language runtime (CLR) and t Framework class library, which includes ADO.NET, ASP.NET, and Windows Forms. The .NET Framework also consists of technologies such as Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Card Space ,WPF al Studio Team System Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 is an integrated application lifecycle management (ALM) product family with the tools and processes that ASP.NET is a powerful platform for building dynamic web applications that provides a tremendous amount of flexibility and power for building just about any kind of web application from small, personal websites through to class web applications. The .NET Framework is an integral Windows component that supports building and running the next generation of applications and Web services. The key components of the .NET Framework are the common language runtime (CLR) and the .NET Framework class library, which includes ADO.NET, ASP.NET, and Windows Forms. The .NET Framework also consists of technologies such as Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), ion Foundation (WCF), Windows Card Space ,WPF Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 is an integrated application lifecycle management (ALM) product family with the tools and processes that
  4. 4. Design and Functional Specification SQL Server 2005 Windows Server 2008 MVC ASP.Net 1.0 Design and Functional Specification help development teams work more effectively together. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 relational database management system (RDBMS) produced by Microsoft. Its primary query language is Transact-SQL, an implementation of the ANSI/ISO standard Structured Query Language (SQL). Windows Server 2008 is the most recent release of Microsoft Windows's server line of operating systems. ASP.NET MVC 1.0 provides a new Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework on top of the existing ASP.NET 3.5 runtime. This means that developers can take advantage of the MVC design patterns to create their Web Applications which includes the ability to achieve and maintain a clear separation of concerns (the UI or view from the business and application logic and backend data), as well as facilitate test driven development (TDD). help development teams work more Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is a relational database management system (RDBMS) produced by Microsoft. Its primary query language is SQL, an implementation of the ANSI/ISO standard Structured Query ver 2008 is the most recent release of Microsoft Windows's server line of operating systems. ASP.NET MVC 1.0 provides a new Controller (MVC) framework on top of the existing ASP.NET 3.5 runtime. This means that take advantage of the MVC design patterns to create their Web Applications which includes the ability to achieve and maintain a clear separation of concerns (the UI or view from the business and application logic and backend data), as well as facilitate est driven development (TDD).
  5. 5. Design and Functional Specification 3 High level Design At the highest and most abstract level, the logical architecture view of application can be considered to be a set of cooperating services grouped into the following layers, as shown in figure be Figure: High level logical architecture view of STEM application Each layer of application contains a series of components that implement the functionality for that layer. These components should be cohesive and loosely coupled to simplify reuse and maintenance. Following figure shows the components to be implemented in each layer. User Presentation Layer Controller Model Data Base Design and Functional Specification 3 High level Design At the highest and most abstract level, the logical architecture view of application can be considered to be a set of cooperating services grouped into the following layers, as shown in figure below: Figure: High level logical architecture view of STEM application Each layer of application contains a series of components that implement the functionality for that layer. These components should be cohesive and loosely coupled to simplify reuse and maintenance. Following figure shows the components to be implemented in each layer. At the highest and most abstract level, the logical architecture view of STEM application can be considered to be a set of cooperating services grouped into the Each layer of application contains a series of components that implement the functionality for that layer. These components should be cohesive and loosely coupled to simplify reuse and maintenance. Following figure shows the
  6. 6. Design and Functional Specification Figure: High level components view of STEM application STEM application follows a ASP.NET MVC Framework includes a URL mapping component that enables building applications with clean URLs; The application defines controllers that contains number of predefined actions where each action process specific request, the process sequence includes executing application logic and retrieving data from the UI Process Component s Presentation Layer UI Componen ts User Design and Functional Specification Figure: High level components view of STEM application ASP.NET MVC architecture style, ASP.NET MVC Framework includes a URL mapping component that enables building applications URLs; The application defines controllers that contains number of predefined actions where each action process specific request, the process sequence includes executing application logic and retrieving data from the Controller Model Business Logic Application Server Tier ASP.NET MVC Framework includes a URL mapping component that enables building applications URLs; The application defines controllers that contains number of predefined actions where each action process specific request, the process sequence includes executing application logic and retrieving data from the
  7. 7. Design and Functional Specification domain model up to generating the respon framework automatically maps URL's with friendly names ("/controller name/controller action/action parameters") to action in the controller class and invokes the action with the proper parameters Asp.net MVC architecture style has following characteristics: The ASP.NET MVC framework maps URLs to server code differently from a typical ASP.NET web site. Instead of mapping URLs to ASP.NET pages or handlers, the framework maps URLs to controller classes Controller classes, then, handle incoming requests, such as user input and interactions, and execute appropriate application and data logic, based on user input. (ASP.NET MVC controllers implement a pattern known as the Front Controller pattern). A controller cla component that generates HTML output as the response. The ASP.NET MVC framework does not use the ASP.NET for interactions with the server. Instead, all end routed to a controller class. This maintains separation between UI logic and business logic and facilitates testability. As a result, the ASP.NET view state Design and Functional Specification domain model up to generating the response through a view component. The framework automatically maps URL's with friendly names ("/controller name/controller action/action parameters") to action in the controller class and invokes the action with the proper parameters architecture style has following characteristics: The ASP.NET MVC framework maps URLs to server code differently from a typical ASP.NET web site. Instead of mapping URLs to ASP.NET pages or handlers, the framework maps URLs to controller classes ler classes, then, handle incoming requests, such as user input and interactions, and execute appropriate application and data logic, based on user input. (ASP.NET MVC controllers implement a pattern known as the Front Controller pattern). A controller class typically calls a separate view component that generates HTML output as the response. The ASP.NET MVC framework does not use the ASP.NET Post back for interactions with the server. Instead, all end-user interactions are routed to a controller class. This maintains separation between UI logic and business logic and facilitates testability. As a result, the ASP.NET view state se through a view component. The framework automatically maps URL's with friendly names ("/controller name/controller action/action parameters") to action in the controller class and The ASP.NET MVC framework maps URLs to server code differently from a typical ASP.NET web site. Instead of mapping URLs to ASP.NET pages or ler classes, then, handle incoming requests, such as user input and interactions, and execute appropriate application and data logic, based on user input. (ASP.NET MVC controllers implement a pattern known as the ss typically calls a separate view Post back model user interactions are routed to a controller class. This maintains separation between UI logic and business logic and facilitates testability. As a result, the ASP.NET view state
  8. 8. Design and Functional Specification and ASP.NET page life views. Also, the MVC framework doesn't consider any URL as the endpoint to a physical server file to parse and compile to a class. In ASP.NET Web Forms, you have a 1:1 correspondence between a URL and a re when you use completely custom HTTP handlers bound to a particular path 3.1 Presentation Layer Presentation layer components implement the functionality required to allow users to interact with the application. included in the presentation User interface (UI) components: These components provide the mechanism for users to interact with the application. They format data and render it for display, and acquire and validate data entered by UI process components: To help synchronize and o interactions, it will be useful to drive the process using separate UI process components. This prevents the process flow and state management logic from being hard-coded into the UI elements themselves, and allows reusing the same basic us UI processing components are not always necessary; create them only if you need to perform significant processing in the presentation layer that must be separated from the UI controls. Be careful not to mi display logic within the process components; they should be focused on organizing user interactions with your UI. A help icon will be provided on pages which include data entry such as new user registration, new agency registration, sancti will display the help content as defined by the super admin. Super admin can create a content specific to each page using site content functionality Design and Functional Specification fe-cycle events are not integrated with MVC Also, the MVC framework doesn't consider any URL as the endpoint to a physical server file to parse and compile to a class. In ASP.NET Web Forms, you have a 1:1 correspondence between a URL and a resource. The only exception to this rule is when you use completely custom HTTP handlers bound to a particular path Presentation layer components implement the functionality required to allow users to interact with the application. The following types of components are included in the presentation layer. User interface (UI) components: These components provide the mechanism for users to interact with the application. They format data and render it for display, and acquire and validate data entered by users. UI process components: To help synchronize and orchestrate user interactions, it will be useful to drive the process using separate UI process components. This prevents the process flow and state management logic coded into the UI elements themselves, and allows reusing the same basic user interaction patterns in other user interfaces. UI processing components are not always necessary; create them only if you need to perform significant processing in the presentation layer that must be separated from the UI controls. Be careful not to mix business and display logic within the process components; they should be focused on organizing user interactions with your UI. A help icon will be provided on pages which include data entry such as new user registration, new agency registration, sanction generation etc. Clicking this icon will display the help content as defined by the super admin. Super admin can create a content specific to each page using site content functionality cycle events are not integrated with MVC-based Also, the MVC framework doesn't consider any URL as the endpoint to a physical server file to parse and compile to a class. In ASP.NET Web Forms, you have a 1:1 source. The only exception to this rule is when you use completely custom HTTP handlers bound to a particular path. Presentation layer components implement the functionality required to allow The following types of components are User interface (UI) components: These components provide the mechanism for users to interact with the application. They format data and render it for rchestrate user interactions, it will be useful to drive the process using separate UI process components. This prevents the process flow and state management logic coded into the UI elements themselves, and allows er interaction patterns in other user interfaces. UI processing components are not always necessary; create them only if you need to perform significant processing in the presentation layer that x business and display logic within the process components; they should be focused on A help icon will be provided on pages which include data entry such as new user on generation etc. Clicking this icon will display the help content as defined by the super admin. Super admin can create a content specific to each page using site content functionality.
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  10. 10. Design and Functional Specification 3.2 Controller MVC controllers are responsible for responding t ASP.NET MVC website. Each browser request is mapped to a particular controller. For example, imagine that you enter the following URL into the address bar of your browser: http://localhost/Product/Index/3 For example, the controller might return a particular view back to the browser or the controller might redirect the user to another controller. 3.2.1 Understanding Controller Actions A controller exposes controller actions. An action is a method on a controller that gets called when you enter a particular URL in your browser address bar. For example, imagine that you make a request for the following URL: http://localhost/Product/Index/3 A controller action must be a public default, are private methods. Realize that any public method that you add to a controller class is exposed as a controller action automatically (You must be careful about this since a controller action can be i universe simply by typing the right URL into a browser address bar). There are some additional requirements that must be satisfied by a controller action. A method used as a controller action cannot be overloaded. Furthermore, a controller action cannot be a static method. Other than that, you can use just about any method as a controller action. 3.2.2 Understanding Action Results A controller action returns something called an action returns in response to a browser request. The ASP.NET MVC framework supports several types of action results including: Design and Functional Specification MVC controllers are responsible for responding to requests made against an ASP.NET MVC website. Each browser request is mapped to a particular controller. For example, imagine that you enter the following URL into the address bar of http://localhost/Product/Index/3 ler might return a particular view back to the browser or the controller might redirect the user to another controller. 3.2.1 Understanding Controller Actions A controller exposes controller actions. An action is a method on a controller that hen you enter a particular URL in your browser address bar. For example, imagine that you make a request for the following URL: http://localhost/Product/Index/3 A controller action must be a public method of a controller class. C# methods, by default, are private methods. Realize that any public method that you add to a controller class is exposed as a controller action automatically (You must be careful about this since a controller action can be invoked by anyone in the universe simply by typing the right URL into a browser address bar). There are some additional requirements that must be satisfied by a controller action. A method used as a controller action cannot be overloaded. Furthermore, a troller action cannot be a static method. Other than that, you can use just about any method as a controller action. 3.2.2 Understanding Action Results A controller action returns something called an action result. An action result is what a controller ion returns in response to a browser request. The ASP.NET MVC framework supports several types of action results including: o requests made against an ASP.NET MVC website. Each browser request is mapped to a particular controller. For example, imagine that you enter the following URL into the address bar of ler might return a particular view back to the browser or A controller exposes controller actions. An action is a method on a controller that hen you enter a particular URL in your browser address bar. For method of a controller class. C# methods, by default, are private methods. Realize that any public method that you add to a controller class is exposed as a controller action automatically (You must be nvoked by anyone in the There are some additional requirements that must be satisfied by a controller action. A method used as a controller action cannot be overloaded. Furthermore, a troller action cannot be a static method. Other than that, you can use just about . An action result is what a controller The ASP.NET MVC framework supports several types of action results including:
  11. 11. Design and Functional Specification 1. ViewResult – Represents HTML and markup. 2. EmptyResult – Represents no result. 3. RedirectResult – Represents a redirection to a new UR 4. JsonResult – Represents a JavaScript Object Notation result that can be used in an AJAX application. 5. JavaScriptResult – Represents a JavaScript script. 6. ContentResult – Represents a text result. 7. FileContentResult – Represents a downloadable file (wit 8. FilePathResult – Represents a downloadable file (with a path). 9. FileStreamResult – Represents a downloadable file (with a file stream). All of these action results inherit from the base ActionResult class. In most cases, a controller action returns a ViewResult. For example, the Index controller action in Listing 2 returns a ViewResult 3.3 Model An MVC model contains all of the application logic that is not contained in an MVC view or MVC controller. In particular, an MVC mo application business and data access logic. You can use a variety of different technologies to implement your data access logic. For example, you can build your data access classes using the Microsoft Entity Framework, NHibernate, In this, we use LINQ to SQL to query and update the database. LINQ to SQL provides you with a very easy method of interacting with a Microsoft SQL Server database. However, it is important to understand that the ASP.NET MVC framework is not tied to LINQ to SQL in any way. ASP.NET MVC is compatible with any data access technology. Design and Functional Specification Represents HTML and markup. Represents no result. Represents a redirection to a new URL. Represents a JavaScript Object Notation result that can be used in an AJAX Represents a JavaScript script. Represents a text result. Represents a downloadable file (with the binary content). Represents a downloadable file (with a path). Represents a downloadable file (with a file stream). All of these action results inherit from the base ActionResult class. controller action returns a ViewResult. For example, the Index controller action in Listing 2 returns a ViewResult An MVC model contains all of the application logic that is not contained in an MVC view or MVC controller. In particular, an MVC model contains all of your application business and data access logic. You can use a variety of different technologies to implement your data access logic. For example, you can build your data access classes using the Microsoft Entity Framework, NHibernate, Subsonic, or ADO.NET classes. use LINQ to SQL to query and update the database. LINQ to SQL provides you with a very easy method of interacting with a Microsoft SQL Server database. However, it is important to understand that the ASP.NET MVC amework is not tied to LINQ to SQL in any way. ASP.NET MVC is compatible with . Represents a JavaScript Object Notation result that can be used in an AJAX controller action returns a ViewResult. For example, the Index An MVC model contains all of the application logic that is not contained in an del contains all of your You can use a variety of different technologies to implement your data access logic. For example, you can build your data access classes using the Microsoft use LINQ to SQL to query and update the database. LINQ to SQL provides you with a very easy method of interacting with a Microsoft SQL Server database. However, it is important to understand that the ASP.NET MVC amework is not tied to LINQ to SQL in any way. ASP.NET MVC is compatible with
  12. 12. Design and Functional Specification 4. Student Corner This module contains the functionality related to system. This includes new Chat, Friend Request,-Control Panel 4.1 Student Registration Design and Functional Specification 4. Student Corner This module contains the functionality related to Student Activity system. This includes new Student registration, e-Class, Content Reading Control Panel, Blog, KB. Activity in the Content Reading,
  13. 13. Design and Functional Specification This Page is for student Registration. After info@stemnet.in. Student has to verify the mail id. Following table lists the elements that would be part of Field Name Input Type User Name Text Box Password Text Box Name Text Box Email Text Box Address Text box Phone No. Text box Subject Check Box Class Dropdown School Text Box Board Text box Create Button Design and Functional Specification Registration. After registration student get a verification mail form to verify the mail id. Following table lists the elements that would be part of student registration Input Type Input Validation Description/Comments Text Box Mandatory This is user login id . two User id not be same Text Box Mandatory This is the User Password Text Box Mandatory This is Name of User Complete Name Text Box Mandatory A Valid email Id of user. A verification mail is send to this Id and this id is used as future communication Text box Mandatory This is communication Address of the User. Text box Mandatory Phone No of User. Check Box At least one check box is checked Subject for which user want to registration. Dropdown Mandatory Class of the Student Text Box Mandatory School Name Text box Mandatory Name of the Board Not Applicable Clicking this button will validate the inputted data on the form using client side java script get a verification mail form student registration form. Description/Comments This is user login id . two User id not be This is the User Password This is Name of User Complete Name A Valid email Id of user. A verification mail is send to this Id and this id is used as future communication. This is communication Address of the User. Phone No of User. Subject for which user want to registration. the Student School Name Name of the Board Clicking this button will validate the inputted data on the form using client side java script
  14. 14. Design and Functional Specification Reset Button Business Logic for Registration 1. Username field Must Be Check in Database. Two users can’t Have Same Username. For this we have to check in User Registration Table. 2. A Verification Mail must be send to User give Mail Id. 3. By default Activation of users is False. Only Admin can active the users. Design and Functional Specification functions. If the data is valid then it is posted to server for checking whether already exists in the system. If Not Then it The user information and display a Waiting Message for Email Validation Not applicable Reset The Date of this Page. Username field Must Be Check in Database. Two users can’t Have Same Username. For this we have to check in User Registration Table. A Verification Mail must be send to User give Mail Id. default Activation of users is False. Only Admin can active the users. functions. If the data is valid then it is posted to server for checking whether a Username is already exists in the If Not Then it stores The user information and display a Waiting Message for Email Validation. Reset The Date of this Username field Must Be Check in Database. Two users can’t Have Same Username. default Activation of users is False. Only Admin can active the users.
  15. 15. Design and Functional Specification 4.2 Student Login This Page is For Login OF Student: Figure 1 : Login Page Following table lists the elements that would be part of Field Name Input Type Username Text Box Design and Functional Specification Following table lists the elements that would be part of student Login Input Type Validation Description/Comments Text Box Mandatory This field Takes Users login ID student Login form Description/Comments This field Takes Users
  16. 16. Design and Functional Specification Password Text Box Remember Me Check Box Forgot Password Hyper link Login Button Business Logic for Login 1. Check User Name and Password Must be same as In Database. 2. Redirect user to Forget Password Page when User Click on Forget Password link Design and Functional Specification Text Box Mandatory This Field Takes Users Password Check Box Not Applicable This is used for Create cookies For save Password Hyper link Not applicable Clicking on redirect user to user forget Password Page. Not applicable Clicking this button will validate the inputted data on the form using client side java script functions. If the data is valid then it is posted to server for checking whether a and password is Correct. If Correct Redirect User to Control Pan else Redirect Page with error Message. Check User Name and Password Must be same as In Database. to Forget Password Page when User Click on Forget Password link This Field Takes Users Password. This is used for Create For save Password Clicking on Link user to user forget Password Page. Clicking this button will validate the inputted data on the form using client side java script functions. If the data is valid then it is posted to server for checking whether a Username and password is If Correct then Redirect User to Control Panel Page else Redirect to Login Page with error Message. to Forget Password Page when User Click on Forget Password link.
  17. 17. Design and Functional Specification 4.3 Control Panel This Is the Home Of this Application. We Name On this Page student Have: • Performance Dial. • Calibration Dial. • Button for Science, Math, English, Technology. • News Feed Form NASA. • Resource Panel. o e Class o Chat o Student’s Corner o Teacher’s Corner o Knowledge Bank (KB) o Progress Tracker o Connect to Mentor • Test. • Inbox ( for Stem net Mail ) • Profile o Group List o View Profile o Buddy Zone o Buddy Request Design and Functional Specification This Is the Home Of this Application. We Name it ‘Control Panel’. Button for Science, Math, English, Technology. Form NASA. Student’s Corner Teacher’s Corner Knowledge Bank (KB) Progress Tracker Connect to Mentor Mail ) Status.
  18. 18. Design and Functional Specification 4.3.1 Performance Dial The Performance Dial show the student last Score in Dial. To show this we need Flash 4.3.2 Calibration Dial Calibration Dial Show student average Performance with all student. Performance of Student in Class Room. Design and Functional Specification Performance Dial show the student last Score in Test. This is flash need Flash player. Calibration Dial Show student average Performance with all student. of Student in Class Room. This is flash Base Dial. is flash based Calibration Dial Show student average Performance with all student. Means
  19. 19. Design and Functional Specification 4.3.3 Button for Science, Math, English, Technology. These Buttons are for Content • Science Button: This Chemistry and physics. • Math Button: This button Open Current Uploaded Math • English Button: Open English Content. • Technology Button: Open technology Content. 4.3.4 News Feed Form NASA This Section shows RSS feed Of 4.3.5 Resource Panel 4.3.5.1 e-Class e Class is the service, which uses the mechanism of e learning but blended in an online, real time coaching by subject specialists on a 1 common a technological platform This service is providing by “Dim Dim”. Feature of e class: 1. Virtual Class Room. 2. White Board 3. Public Chat and private Chat 4. Video and Audio Live Class room 5. All Controls are Controlled 6. Desktop Share 7. File share (i.e. PPT , Flash file ) Design and Functional Specification 4.3.3 Button for Science, Math, English, Technology. These Buttons are for Content reading. This Button Redirect Student to Select Science: Chemistry and physics. Math Button: This button Open Current Uploaded Math Content. English Button: Open English Content. Technology Button: Open technology Content. 4.3.4 News Feed Form NASA Section shows RSS feed Of NASA. Class is the service, which uses the mechanism of e learning but blended in an online, real time coaching by subject specialists on a 1-1 or 1-N with a student via common a technological platform. by “Dim Dim”. Public Chat and private Chat Video and Audio Live Class room All Controls are Controlled By teacher. File share (i.e. PPT , Flash file ) Select Science: Content. Class is the service, which uses the mechanism of e learning but blended in an N with a student via
  20. 20. Design and Functional Specification 4.3.5.2 Chat This is Public Chat Room. Each chat Text must Be store in Database so that Admin can Monitor Chat. List On Clicking On user Name U Design and Functional Specification Room. Each chat Text must Be store in Database so that Admin can Monitor Chat. List of Online student is Visible on Right side of the Chat. Name U can see The User Profile. Room. Each chat Text must Be store in Database so that Online student is Visible on Right side of the Chat.
  21. 21. Design and Functional Specification 4.3.5.3 Student’s Corner This Is Blog of Student. Student Can Create and See All Post . this Blog Content The Question’s Of Student . 4.3.5.4 Teacher’s Corner This Is Blog of Teacher’s. Student Can Create and See All Student. Design and Functional Specification Student Can Create and See All Post . this Blog Content The Question’s Of Student Can Create and See All Post. This Blog Content the Question’s Of Student Can Create and See All Post . this Blog Content The Question’s Of Question’s Of
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  23. 23. Design and Functional Specification 4.3.5.5 Progress Tracker : 4.3.5.6 Connect Mentor: Design and Functional Specification
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