The Location-Based Spatial Query Processing in Wireless Broadcast Environments project executes in jdk 1.6
Steps to Execute:

  • double click on c_server bat file in source code folder
  • double click on mh1 bat file in source code folder
  • double click on mh2 bat file in source code folder
  • double click on mh3 bat file in source code folder
  • follow the rules present in the attached vedio

Hardware Requirements:

PROCESSOR        :    PENTIUM IV 2.6 GHz
RAM         :  1 GB DD RAM
HARD DISK         :  80 GB

Software Requirements:

JDK 1.5
Java Swing
SQL Server
HTML
Java Script
SQL Server

Brief Info:

          Location-Based Spatial Query Processing in Wireless Broadcast Environments           The web pages are just the test-encoding of what the application intends to present to the users. Every web site has get a unique address called Uniform Resource Location (URL) or the Internet Protocol (IP) address. The URL is an address that the web uses to find the specific information on the Internet. The URL can locate something which is local to the system or anywhere remote on the Internet. An example of web site address could be HTTP://WWW.1000PROJECTS.ORG where http:// represents the protocol path and www.1000PROJECTS.ORG represents the domain organization. Similarly we do have .GOV for government, .EDU for educational institutions etc.

HTTP is a protocol that moves the html documents over the Internet.

                     HTML is a format for storing the documents and the web site. Every web site has got a bunch of html documents. This html is not a programming language. All the documents that you view on the www are created using the html. The www uses a set of protocols like http that gives the Internet users to access to a vast amount of information on the Internet .

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