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1.This is my first complete java netbeans project .In this project i have used all possible swing GUI components (jtable,jdatepicker,itext,Login,Signout,iReport,jtable,jtabbedpane,jbutton,jradiobutton,jcombobox,jslider,jtextarea,jmanubar,jtoolbar,jfilechooser,jtextfield).
and all functions like save ,delete,insert,edit,update,clear,print,remarks.colors,charts,signout,signin,login,password,date,time,images and many more
I used SQLITE as my database
2. What is PROMA?
PROMA stands for (Proactive Maintenance). Proactive maintenance is a maintenance strategy for stabilizing the availability and reliability of equipment. It involves corrective actions aimed at failure root causes, not active failure symptoms, faults, or machine wear conditions.
3. What platform does PROMA work on?
PROMA works on the JAVA platform and the software being used is NetBeans IDE (www.netbeans.org).
4. What is NetBeans?
The IDE’s GUI Builder makes it possible to build professional-looking GUIs without an intimate understanding of layout managers. You can lay out your forms by simply placing components where you want them.
The IDE’s GUI Builder solves the core problem of Java GUI creation by streamlining the workflow of creating graphical interfaces, freeing developers from the complexities of Swing layout managers. It does this by extending the current NetBeans IDE GUI Builder to support a straightforward “Free Design” paradigm with simple layout rules that are easy to understand and use. As you lay out your form, the GUI Builder provides visual guidelines suggesting optimal spacing and alignment of components. In the background, the GUI Builder translates your design decisions into a functional UI that is implemented using the new GroupLayout layout manager and other Swing constructs. Because it uses a dynamic layout model, GUI’s built with the GUI Builder behave as you would expect at runtime, adjusting to accommodate any changes you make without altering the defined relationships between components.