PracSet2 Autumn 2021 Technologies for Web Applications 300582 Page 1 of 2 Practical Set 2 Due: 7.00pm Friday 14th May XXXXXXXXXXWeight: 20% Note: • This assessment is not a group assessment;...

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PracSet2


Autumn 2021
Technologies for Web Applications 300582
Page 1 of 2
Practical Set 2
Due: 7.00pm Friday 14th May XXXXXXXXXXWeight: 20%

Note:
• This assessment is not a group assessment; collusion, plagiarism, cheating of any kind is not acceptable.
Submitting your work to your TWA site signifies that the work uploaded is yours. If you cannot honestly certify
that the work is your own then do not upload it to your TWA site. Breaches of the Misconduct Rule will be
dealt with according to the university policy (see the learning guide for more information).
• Include code comments for your student ID, Name, and Practical Class Time at the top of each source file
created (all html, css, php files)
• All files must be uploaded to your TWA web site in the correct location before submission due date.
• The submission process:
o All files must be uploaded to your TWA web site in the correct location before submission due date.
o The submission script must then be used to submit your work after all work is on your TWA website.
Failure to use this script will result in a non-submission.
o Ensure that you allow sufficient time to complete the entire submission process before the due time.
The 7pm cut-off time will be adhered to when determining late penalties.
o See Submission Instructions at the bottom of this page for full details.
This assessment is an accumulation of weekly practical exercises from week 8 and week 10. Practical Set 2
comprises the following exercises:
Exercise Questions Marking Criteria
A. Week 8 practical
Exercise 2 [2 marks]
Exercise 3 [4 marks]
Code
Functionality/
Correctness
100%
B. Week 10 practical
Exercise 1 [1.5 marks]
Exercise 2 [0 mark]
Exercise 3 [1.5 marks]
Exercise 4 [4 marks]
Exercise 5 [7 marks]

All files relating to the above exercises must be uploaded to your TWA web site in the correct folders – see the
weekly practical exercise documents for details.
Submission Instructions
To submit your Practical Set 2 you must do the following by the due date and time specified on page 1 of this
document.
1. Upload all your practical files in the correct folders in your TWA web site on the TWA server as instructed in
each question
2. Run the submission script located at

Autumn 2021
Technologies for Web Applications 300582
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http://twaaut.cdms.westernsydney.edu.au/submit/submit.asp

As part of the submission, you will be prompted for your TWA website username and password. You will then
be asked to read the WSU policy on plagiarism and certify that work submitted by you is your own work. This
action will be logged in a database for future reference and is deemed to be evidence that you claim that your
work is original. Next, you will need to select from a drop down list the Practical Set you are submitting, eg,
Prac Set 2, and click the Submit Assessment button. The web page will then display a listing of the files you
have submitted along with a receipt number. You should print this page for proof of submission.


Referencing
Referencing must follow the guidelines given in Section 2.5.2 of the unit Learning Guide. Examples are shown in the FAQ in the
TWA vUWS site.

Marking Criteria and Standards (Rubric)
The marking criteria and standards for Practical Set 2 are found in section 2.5.2 in the Learning Guide (reproduced below) and will
be used to assess each question in this Practical Set according to the specific weightings identified above for each
question.



* As a special case, if a program does not render or execute it is still possible to receive partial marks in this criterion at the
markers discretion. This is dependent if there are clear attempts at the logic or what is required of the question or task.
CRITERIA Unacceptable Poor Satisfactory Good Excellent
Code
Functionality and
Correctness*

(See weighting for
each question in
table on page 1)
Functional item(s)
do not execute
because of errors;
output is correct
for less than 25%
of marking test
cases; no error
checking code
included as
required by
question; output is
simply dumped to
the screen without
any semblance of
logic or thought –
the user would be
confused by this
output
Functional item(s)
executes but with
some errors or
handles some
special cases
correctly; the
functional item(s)
contains very
minimal error
checking code as
required by the
question;
functional items(s)
output is correct
for at least 25%
of marking test
cases; output is
simple written to
the screen without
any clear
organisation or
thought - the user
would find it hard
to understand
Functional item(s)
executes without
errors and handles
some special cases
correctly; the
functional item(s)
contains most
error checking
code as required
by the question;
output is correct
for at least 50%
of marking test
cases; output is
well organised for
some function
points and is
generally easy for
the user to
understand
Functional item(s)
executes without
errors and handles
most special cases
correctly; the
functional item(s)
contains most
error checking
code as required
by the question;
output is correct
for at least 75%
of marking test
cases; output is
well organised and
is mostly easy for
the user to
understand
Functional item(s)
executes without
errors and handles
all special cases
correctly; the
functional item(s)
contains thorough
error checking
code as required
by the question;
output is correct
for all marking test
cases; output is
very well
organised and is
easy for the user
to understand
Answered 4 days AfterMay 13, 2021

Solution

Sanghamitra Samanta answered on May 17 2021
18 Votes

84043/Week10/alltables.php
/**
* Allows one to view all tables and their data in a database
*/
require_once("conn.php");
$sql = "SHOW TABLES";
$tables =...

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