A Novel AMS Model Based On Database Replication Using Multi-Shares

K Vijaya Kashyap, P Jayanthi, V Janardhan Babu

Abstract


The use of information systems to improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency has increased rapidly.  Attendance Management System developed for daily student attendance in colleges and institutes facilitates access to the attendance information of a particular student in a particular class. This system will also help in evaluating attendance eligibility criteria of a student. The information is stored by the operators, which will be provided by the teacher for a particular class. Security for such information system is one of the most critical aspects due to the sensitive and important information stored. Also, Organizations need to share information but they still need to protect it from people who should not have access to it, while at the same time making those resources available to authorized users. Effective security achieves these goals. We chose secret sharing technique and MySQL technology like representative relational database management system. We watched the analysis of an electronic business. We also presented the technologies that we have used: PHP, MySQL, HTML, and CSS.

 


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