You can download the files here:
Now for the difficult part. If you intend to try and run these yourself, you have a lot of set up to do (if you haven't done so already).
The PHP is the simplest. Run it just like you would run PHP. All of the files
For the Java one, you will need to place the JDBC driver into the lib folder of your apache installation. When you get to that one, you will find the JDBC jar file in the lib folder of the WebContent/WEB-INF folder.
Copy the mysql-connector-java-5.1.24-bin.jar file and place it into the lib folder for your Apache Tomcat. Then restart your Apache Tomcat. If you do not do this, you will get a fatal error about the program not being able to find a suitable driver.
For the ASP one, you have to have the MySQL ODBC driver installed on your computer. Go here
to download the connector file. You probably want to install both the 32 bit and 64 bit version (sometimes there are issues with the 64bit). Make sure you download and install version 3.51.30. Install them and then you will be able to run the project.
Both of those are assuming that you have MySQL up and running.
In all of them, I used all of your database credentials. So you shouldn't have to change anything there.
For ruby, you will need to have ruby installed. Once ruby is installed, you need to add it to your system path variable. Once it is on your system path variable, you can run the ruby files (for 14.3 and 14.6) with the ruby command on the command line. Or you can install Aptana Web Studio 3 and run the files using it (after installing ruby and adding it to your system path varaible).
The two rails projects are the most involved to get set up. You have to set up rails on your computer and you must run the rails server in order to view these projects. There are likely detailed instructions within your course or text for setting up both ruby and rails on your computer. I warn you, setting up rails on a windows machine can be a huge headache depending on which version of Windows you have (it is kind of a headache no matter what version you have). It is very easy in Linux, however -- if you are familiar with and comfortable in Linux already.
If you manage to get rails up and running, you will be able to access the description project at:
For the multiplication project, you would go to:
So yeah, there is a ton of setup involved in testing each of these. Some of that setup (rails) can be difficult. While I can provide you with accurate code, I cannot assure that you will set up your system correctly in order to run the code. If you have too much difficulty setting up rails or ruby, I would suggest simply turning in the code and then try some more if you wish. I assure you that both the ruby and the rails projects work exactly as required.
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