Enterprise web programming

Units ENTWA (Level 6) and APSW (Level 7)

APSW 2016-2017 Coursework 1


Friday 9th December 2016. Meet in Portland 1.19 at 1000 prompt for briefing. The specification will be available here from approximately 0900 onwards.

By 1630, each group must submit their group's work. Hand-in for this will be direct to the SWS tutor (Dr Briggs), not to the Admin Office.

Individual work (the deliverable from Task C) must be submitted via Moodle by 4pm Friday 16th December 2016. Normal coursework hand-in regulations and procedures apply.


The SWS will consist of a group development exercise involving Java EE technologies. Familiarity with developing these with NetBeans will be assumed. Some initial development work (Task A) needs to be undertaken to prepare for the SWS. This can be done either individually or as a group.

  1. Pre-SWS task
  2. Programming task
  3. Report task

SWS group submission cover sheet (.DOCX) - only needed if technology fails

Marking scheme


The SWS will be carried out in groups of 2/3. I will consult the class as to whether the groups will be allocated randomly or self-chosen.

Groups formed

Revised 28 November 2016

Group Member 1 Member 2 Member 3
A Ramazan Esmeli Nur Azhar Ifeoluwa Oye
B David Ralph Calum Fairchild Joshua Vowles
C Gilberto Abreu Adam Piper  
D Jinet Ale Pathmaian Sriskandarajah Russell Score

People as yet unallocated to groups


Any problems, email me.

Extenuating circumstances

Under the University's Extenuating Circumstances policy:


Last updated by Prof Jim Briggs of the School of Computing at the University of Portsmouth

The enterprise web programming units include some material that was formerly part of the WEB1P and WEB2P units.