John J. Strauman, firstname.lastname@example.org
,College of Engineering, CS Major, University of South Florida
Dr. Dewey Rundus
$17,600 on 10/7/97
To provide support for this student in the development of a financial
management program in Java.
WebChek was originally designed to function as an on-line checkbook
register that would allow users to access their bank account information
via the world wide web. The program is written entirely in 100% pure Java.
The first release was not designed to allow access to actual bank records,
but was merely to allow people sharing bank accounts with others to access
current information at any time. For example, if a husband on a business
trip wrote a check, he could enter the check into WebChek via the web.
When his wife checked their account at a later time, she would see the
check he wrote.
Current Status as of 3/98
A lot of work has gone into putting the security and network
functionality needed to run this applet over the World Wide Web. The original
applet ran to access information. I have been approaching companies for
more funding, as well as banks that might want to participate in some testing,
but with no success so far.
User's browser must be JDK 1.1 capable