Election day in Sardinia-Italy... powered by Servoy!!

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Election day in Sardinia-Italy... powered by Servoy!!

Postby automazione » Mon May 09, 2005 12:03 am

Right now (8/9 may 2005) in Nuoro (Sardinia - Italy) residents are voting for the election of the city mayor and for the province council.

In the Town Hall of Nuoro journalists and political party representatives can follow the results throught "Servoy powered displays" showing real time data that is feed into the system from "Servoy powered workstations". Political parties, newspapers, news agencies and central governament offices receive continuous updates by mails and faxes "Servoy sent".
If you are interested to see how are things going on... direct your browsers to:

http://www.comune.nuoro.it/Elezioni/Comunali2005/
and
http://www.comune.nuoro.it/Elezioni/Provinciali2005/

where all the graphs, pdf tables and web pages are "Servoy generated" !!!!. (Please note that before 15.00 of 9 may only the voters affluence - affluenza - is known...

All the system was internally studied and developer using SERVOY by the Comune di Nuoro itself - Servizio di Innovazione Tecnologica.

Well done Giovanni Zola!!!
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Postby david » Mon May 09, 2005 8:34 pm

Awesome!
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Postby ROCLASI » Mon May 09, 2005 8:57 pm

Very nice!
Way to go Giovanni Zola!!!
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Postby gzola » Mon May 16, 2005 11:00 am

Thanks to all for the appreciation of our job. They are much happy one for having known Servoy.

In order to satisfy your curiosity I explain to you shortly as I have written the software. ( Excused for my most ugly English... )

I have generated the pages web through methods scheduled
every XX minutes according the preferences settings.

The methods have been are executed according to variable orders in agreement with a window of preferences that allowed to order or disabled data method.

The preferences are one table of Database with the settings of those report. In order launch the method, in the Database, we have used function EVAL() of a field that contains the name of the method to execute.

The reports has been classifies for type Elections (Regional, National, Communal, Provincial...) and for destination: Print, SlideShow, WebPages, Prefettura, Commission Central etc...

The Methods have composed "to the flight" code HTML, PDF's, CSS stylesheet, saved the symbols and the graphical images. After the local creation of the files they came automatically load on the Web server via ftp script.

I have prepared for you some print-screen of the program that they make to understand better as it works.

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http://www.comune.nuoro.it/Servoy/Album/Index.htm


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Postby Westy » Mon May 16, 2005 4:57 pm

Very nice interface.
Well done!
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Postby gzola » Mon Jun 13, 2005 8:04 am

National referendum in Italy.

To Nuoro retort the experience made to may with the election-day.

Today, from hours 15, the results throught "Servoy powered web site" to the link :

http://www.comune.nuoro.it/Portale/

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