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Managing user data of the web application for computer-based testing academic performance of the students

 Yu. Parfonov
Системи обробки інформації. — 2019. — № 2(157). – С. 129-133.
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Article language: english
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Annotation: The paper deals with the Django-based web application for testing the level of academic achievement of the students. Considered issues related to the implementation of a subsystem for managing user data of the application. Justified the need in custom user model for the application use case. Created user profile models and a user data model that extends the AbstractUser model. Described the developed subsystem and its source code. The use of the subsystem via the Django admin application allows you to select a user profile in runtime depending on the type of user.


Keywords: web application, Python, Django, Django admin application, user model, user profile, user type

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Reference:
Parfonov, Yu.E. (2019), Managing user data of the web application for computer-based testing academic performance of the students, Information Processing Systems, Vol. 2(157), pp. 129-133. https://doi.org/10.30748/soi.2019.157.18.

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