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  • Hi All,

    I am trying to build/search a questionnaire/checklist software which can be used by different teams of our enterprise to fetch architecture requirements/"moving to cloud" related questions.This questionnaire/checklist will automatically collate these answers(generally in yes/no or incase of multiple choice anyone selected) and give you the final conclusion.So you could set the business rules which would automatically collate the answers given by the respondents to derive the final conclusion.

    Need to know if somebody of architected this kind of solution before/created any excel or word based checklist to do something like this/any open source tool which can be used for this.

    Any help in this would be welcome



    Tuesday, June 29, 2010 11:14 AM

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  • asp.net would be easier than word or excel.

    You can use the standard membership provider to give security and identify users.  Perhaps extending it to include department and team ( easy ).

    They fill the form in and submit - write it to the database and it's there for you to analyse.

    Wednesday, June 30, 2010 11:21 AM
  • Interesting, I don't think MSFT has come up with any such checklist tool, you need to work on this.

    But here is which will give you a quick start on this requirements which you can put in your Web/Windows app/tool.

    I recommed taking some guidence from these to draft your checklist; also feel free to email me at vidya_mct@yahoo.com if you want me to review this or need help to add more points etc.



    Hope this will help.

    Vidya Vrat Agarwal. http://dotnetpassion.blogspot,com
    Thursday, July 1, 2010 8:20 PM
  • Andy,

      Why dont you prefer MOSS/Sharepoint than APE.NET




    Friday, July 2, 2010 10:53 AM
  • Why would someone always suggest sharepoint as the solution for everything?

    Not everybody has Sharepoint.

    I'm told with the new version of Sharepoint, web parts are now easier.  Not used that version.  Prior to this ( and possibly still) webparts were an absolute nightmare to code.  So unless some application falls within quite a narrow area of functionality then the coding will be more expensive and you have to buy and configure sharepoint. 

    Configuring sharepoint is also a big deal but if you want that then my brother is a Sharepoint expert and can help you out at very reasonable rates.  Very reasonable. About twice my daily rate.

    Friday, July 2, 2010 2:15 PM