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16th July 2009, 09:36 AM #1
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Moodle Synchronization with School Administration System (QSSync)
QSSync is designed to act as the link between different types of database system and serve by sharing the data between the database systems. The current version of QSSync has been pre-compiled to link up school’s administration system with e-learning system (Moodle). The system has been tested against two famous school administration systems, Maze and Tass. A total of four synchronization processes has been pre-built which synchronize: 1: Student profile, 2: Staff Profile, 3: Teacher class list and 4: Student class list.
Programming Language: VB.NET 2005
Supported Database type: MySQL, MsSQL and ODBC
MySQL database Server 5.0.x or above
Minimum of 512M RAM
Minimum of 2GB Hard disk space
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or above
Minimum of 256M RAM
Minimum of 1G Hard disk space
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16th July 2009, 01:23 PM #2
Does this cost money? I'm a little confused by your website - are QSSync, Q-Platform and Q-Engine all the same thing?
Originally Posted by mikeyung
16th July 2009, 02:14 PM #3
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Sorry for the confusion. The QSSync is free of charge and free to download at our website(QualphaSmart Sync)
The Q-platform has been renamed to QualphaSmart which will be our crossing platform management information system. The Q-Engine is the older version of QSSync with less features and functions than the newer QSSync.
Feel free to contact us!
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