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Untitled Prezi

An Application that will revolutionize the way blood is donated!
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Faris Halteh

on 15 January 2014

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Live Blood Grid
Database Management Systems
The Team
Jean-Pierre Saade

Elise Saliba

This is where
Live Blood Grid
will make the
intervention
What is
?
Design
-User account creation
-User log in (authentication)
-Input Data Validation
-Forgot Your Password
-Donation History
-News Ticker
-Map
-Donation Options Display
Hospitals
Database
-Hospital
-User
-Donation
-Appointment
...
-Hospital account creation
-Hospital log in (authentication)
-Input Data Validation
-Forgot Your Password
-Request Blood
-User Profile
-User history
-Options Display
GPS Server
-Users Location Tracking
-Hospitals Location Tracking
User Events (Donate option, information and location)
Data to display (request blood donation)
Location Request
Location Request
Location
Location
Fetch & Update Database
Fetch & Update
Database
Database Information
Database Information
Any Questions?
Live Blood Grid
Business Rules and Constraints
ER Diagram
Mapping
Queries
Show the category, blood type and patient ID of completed donations of priority greater than 5
Find the usernames of the users who have not changed their password since their first login.
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