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Developing a Forum Website like Forums.asp.net

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
HI all,     I want to develop a website such as forums.asp.net for my final year project submission.  But I need synopsis of the project. Here is the dtail that i need to include in my project synopsis. 1 Profile of the the problem assign (Defination /object of project)2 nature of projectDesign front end/ back endtools (why using particular tool)feasibility study (economical, technical, functional,methodology(top down ,bottom up, obect oriented)  why ?module ddescriptionData flow diagram (Any software that can help me easy create dfd)Data structureEr diagramscope of projectSo basically i need any tutorial ,book, any article, any other source that can help me in all these development process topicsThanks please help me.

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