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Transit Quarters

Shyamala Nemana

Publisher: Shyamala Nemana

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This application is developed as employee service based and admin management. Hence it involves generating various forms and mails when the employee avails the service. This involves various security issues such as employee login for the use of the application and restricted viewing strategies depending upon the privileges provided to the particular login member etc. Automating the existing system helps for the auto-generation of the mails and helps to carry out the things without much delays and the database can be maintained effectively for further references.

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