GUI Descriptions - 3.6.24 Book Request Once a professor has...

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3.6.24 Book Request Once a professor has logged in, they will be taking to this page. From here they can choose the publisher from which they want to request a book using the drop down box. They are then given the text box to type the book or books in which they wish to request. Once they click the Send Request E-mail button, an e-mail is sent to the specific publisher and the professor is given the Book Request page again. 3.6.25 Publisher Catalogue Upload Once a publisher has logged in, they will be taking to this page. Once they click the Upload Catalogue button, a XML directory is brought up. From there they only need to find their XML folder and choose to upload their new one. 3.6.26 Purchase Confirmation A user is brought to this page when they successfully complete a book purchase. An e-mail is sent to their address containing the purchase information. This includes the contact information for all of the publishers which they purchased books from, order #, total, names of the books, and the date.
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