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  • 1. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269 Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide H2K Infosys is business based in Atlanta, Georgia – United States Providing Online IT training services world wide. www.H2KINFOSYS.com USA - +1-(770)-777-1269, UK - (020) 3371 7615 Training@H2KInfosys.com / H2KInfosys@Gmail.com DISCLAIMERH2K Infosys, LLC (hereinafter “H2K”) acknowledges the proprietary rights of the trademarks and productnames of other companies mentioned in any of the training material including but not limited to thehandouts, written material, videos, power point presentations, etc. All such training materials are providedto H2K students for learning purposes only. H2K students shall not use such materials for their private gainnor can they sell any such materials to a third party. Some of the examples provided in any such trainingmaterials may not be owned by H2K and as such H2K does not claim any proprietary rights for the same.H2K does not guarantee nor is it responsible for such products and projects. H2K acknowledges that anysuch information or product that has been lawfully received from any third party source is free fromrestriction and without any breach or violation of law whatsoever. Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 2. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Online Banking Business Requirement DocumentABSTRACT: The main objective of the proposed solution is to be automated the various functions and activities ofthe bank through Internet. The solution will facilitate to the bank employees and the account holders withthe different modules. This solution is very much necessary for the private sector banks and the corporatesector. The banking industry will take a new shape and explore like never before. Using the solution thebankers and account holders can generate various kinds of reports.Business Requirements:Searching Capabilities: For the account holder’s convenience and on hand information, this solution provides certainsearching and checking features for his account. The account holder can any time and any number of timecan log on and search for various details as the account’s balance, details of transactions, interest amounts,debits / credits, etc. The account holder will have his unique id and password for logging on to the account’sinformation.User friendly: The solution provides very simple and modified features, which are very easy to view and operatevarious features. The said project is designed and organized in very simplified manner to suit the currentrequirements of the account holders of various models such as Saving Bank Account, Current Account andRecurring Deposit Account.http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 3. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269Transaction Management: The transaction made through either net or manually in bank need to have a consistency with respectto the account details and other related information like transaction details across various databases.Value Added Service The solution provides good number of value added services in comparison to the normal bankingservices. Account holder can view his accounts and give the instructions of making payment to variousgovernment organizations for various services. An account holder can issue the instructions to transfercertain amount to any particular account number of the same / different bank. Individual can log on to thesite and open new bank account in his name online by following the simplified registration form instructionsSecurity The Net Banking system deals with a lot of proprietary information for its users, which areconfidential. It is therefore imperative to provide a means though which information can be keptconfidential. This is also ensures that the data that is put into the system maintains its integrity becausemalicious or unauthorized individual will not have access to alter them. The security is at two differentlevels, one at account holder and other at administrative level at the bank’s office.http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 4. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 5. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comModules In Project: 1) New Account Opening an account is possible through Internet. Account can be opened in the following methodsexplained below. Accounts :  Savings Account Input Customer Details. Output Alert message.  Current Account Input Customer Details. Output Alert message.  Credit Card Customer needs to open a savings/current account bank account before opening the credit cardaccount. Credit card account will be linked with their savings/current account. Customer needs to give theiraccount detail when applying for the credit card. Input Customer account details Output Alert message  Term Deposit Term Deposit can be of two types: Flexible deposit and Cumulative deposit.  Flexible Deposit Flexible deposit has links with the savings bank account.  Input  Customer details  Amounthttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 6. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Period o Years o Months o Days  Renewal Option o Repay the deposit o Auto Renewal  Principal only  Principal along with interest  Output Alert message.  Cumulative Deposit  Input  Customer details  Amount  Period o Years o Months o Days  Output Alert message  Recurring Deposit  Input  Customer details  Period  Installment amount  Output Alert messagehttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 7. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com 2) Administration Account Types: Opening an account is possible through Internet. Account can be opened in the following methodsexplained below.  Savings Account Input Customer Details. Output Alert message.  Current Account Input Customer Details. Output Alert message.  Credit Card Customer needs to open a savings/current account bank account before opening the credit cardaccount. Credit card account will be linked with their savings/current account. Customer needs to give theiraccount detail when applying for the credit card. Input Customer account details Output Alert message  Term Deposit Term Deposit can be of two types: Flexible deposit and Cumulative deposit.  Flexible Deposit Flexible deposit has links with the savings bank account.  Input  Customer details  Amount  Periodhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 8. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com o Years o Months o Days  Renewal Option o Repay the deposit o Auto Renewal  Principal only  Principal along with interest  Output Alert message.  Cumulative Deposit  Input  Customer details  Amount  Period o Years o Months o Days  Output Alert message  Recurring Deposit  Input  Customer details  Period  Installment amount  Output Alert messagehttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 9. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com 3) Teller Services Customer can use the facility of Teller to receive the details of their account. Teller servicescomponent provides the following services: Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269  Account Summary  Transaction Details  Card Transaction  Interest Statement  Un Cleared Cheque  Account Summary Customer can go to the Teller option and select the Account Summary. It provides account summaryof the customer. Account summary will be grouped as:  Regular Accounts  Investment Accounts  Loan Accounts  Credit card Account On selecting the account summary field, the type of accounts field will be displayed. Here thecustomer selects their account type and the account number will be entered further. On entering these, theaccount summary is displayed. Further, customer can enter from and to dates to see the opening balance andthe closing balance.  Inputhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 10. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Account Type  Account Number  Statement Duration  Output  Date  Description  Credit/Debit  Amount  BalanceJob Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269 Transaction Detail User can use the transaction details option to obtain the details of their particular transactions.  Input  Account type  Account number  Period of transaction  Output Transaction history for the specified periodCard Transaction The card transaction option will be provided for displaying the card transaction details.  Inputhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 11. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Card Type  Card Number  Period of transaction  Output  Card Number  Account Number  Expiry Date  Date of transaction  Pay To  Amount Interest Statement In this option, a customer receives statement on interest earned/debited in their account for a particular period  Input  Account Type  Account Number  Interest type (accrued/credited/debited)  From and to dates  Output  Date  Description (loan no. or flexi deposit no etc)  Interest Accrued/Credited/Debited  Interest credited during last year  Interest credited during the current yearhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 12. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Un Cleared Cheque Here, a customer gets report about the Un Cleared Cheque. A separate table is being maintained fortracking cheque clearance.  Input  Account type  Account number  Output Details of Un-Cleared Cheque:  Date  Drawn on  Cheque number  Amount 4) Transaction Services This module offers two types of services:  Funds Transfer  Tax Payment  Funds TransferCustomers can use this service for regular payment from one account to another.  Input  Origin account number  Destination account number  Destination Bank  Destination Branch  Transfer Amounthttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 13. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Frequency(OneTime/Monthly/Quarterly/Yearly)  Transfer Date Output Alert message. In case if there is no sufficient fund in the origin account, the same must be alerted tothe customer.  Tax PaymentThe Tax Payment component facilitates the customer to calculate tax payment amount and remit the same tothe tax collecting authority. Options provided to the customer include:  Tax Payment request  Tax Payment modification  Tax Payment Cancellation  Input  Account Type  Account Number  Tax Payer ID  Taxing Period  Income during the above period  Tax Payment amount  Tax Collecting Authority  Output Alert message. 5) Bill Payment Bill Payment Services:http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 14. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Bill Payment Service components facilitate customers to instruct the banks to issue payment to theirbills regularly against utilities such as electricity, gas, water etc. Customer nominates the service provider tothe bank, provided the bank has a tie up with the provider. Service providers publish the bills to the bankand the customers will be alerted subsequently. Bank will make payment to these service providers as theyget on line instructions from the customer. Bank debits service charge from customer’s account forproviding the service. Following details will be displayed and the customer has multiple options to choose:  Bill No.  Bill date  Bill period  Payee  Amount  Description  Select for payment (check box) Customer has to select bills to be paid from the check box option. The customer also gives theaccount number in which the amount has to be debited.  Output Alert message will be displayed to the user showing the service charge amount that will be debitedfrom his account. Other Payment services Other Payments component incorporates the following services:  Recurring Payments  Remittances  Recurring Paymentshttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 15. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comA customer can move the regular payment facility from one account to another. Bank determines the servicecharge for providing the service to the user. It will be displayed to the user for information to decide forutilizing the services provided by the bank. Here, the Customer instructs the bank to remit their recurring payment.  Input User has to enter the following fields:  Payee Name  Payment frequency  Start date  End date  Payment Amount  Account Type  Account No.  Branch  Output Alert message showing the service charge for providing the service.  Remittances Following services are provided to the customer:  Transferring funds from one account to another within the bank.  Making remittances.Service charges will be displayed for the customer to avail the facility and will be determined by the bank.  Input The customer provides following details:http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 16. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Payee name  Payee bank name and branch  Payee account number  Amount  Account type  Account No.  Branch  Output Alert message showing the service charge to be debited from the customer’s account.6. Requests Under this module, the customer can request for the following services:  Cheque Reorder  New Card Request  Draft / Cashier’s Cheque  Stop Payment  Cheque Reorder In this case, the customer requests bank to issue a new chequebook and the bank may charge the customer for it.  Input  Account Type  Account No.  Output Alert message showing the service charge to be debited from the customer’s account.http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 17. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  New Card Request In this process, the customer requests for a new card when he has lost his current card. Input  Card No.  Card Type  Lost on Date Output Alert message showing the service charge to be debited from the customer’s account.  Draft / Cashier ChequeThe customer requests bank to issue draft/cashier’s cheque. Bank may deliver the DD/cashier’s cheque atusers’ doorstep or payee’s doorstep. Bank will charge customer accordingly.  Input Options to user:  Draft  Cashier’s chequeFurther, customer enters the following details:  Payee name  Drawn on  Amount  Delivery options o Deliver at customer’s doorstep o Deliver at payee’s doorstephttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 18. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Payee’s address o Door No. o Street o Area o City o PIN  Output Alert message showing the service charge to be debited from the customer’s account.  Stop Payment In this process, the customer informs the bank to hold payment for the cheques he has issued.  Input  Account Number  Branch  Cheque No  Output On entering the cheque number, following will be displayed:  Payee Name  Date of issue  BranchAlert message also will be displayed to the customer with service charge. 7) Maintenance Services Maintenance Services module comprises the following components:http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 19. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Open another account  Close account  Modify account info  Modify customer info  Open Another Account In this process, an existing customer opens another account.  Input  Customer ID  Customer details  Output Alert message showing the new account number. Close Account In this process, an existing account holder closes his account.  Input  Account type  Account number  Branch  Reason  For remittance of balance o Account Transfer  Account number  Bank name  Branchhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 20. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com o Cashier’s cheque details  Output Account summary will be presented to the customer. Check list will be provided to the customerregarding pending standing instructions, pending Cheque etc. Modify Account Info In this process, a customer modifies his account information.  Input Customer has to enter the following information:  Account type  Account number  Branch  Mode of operation  Account link  Threshold  Output Alert message displaying that the account details have been modified. Modify Customer Info In this process, the customer wants to change information about him such as address, phone number etc.  Input  Account type  Account number  Branchhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 21. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Applicant number  Customer details  Output Alert message showing that the customer’s details have been modified. 8) User Alerts The User Alerts module consists of the following processes:  Credit card payment  Flexible deposit maturity The module provides options to user to receive the alert messages. Customer requests will bemaintained in the database and the alert messages will be triggered whenever required and reach thecustomer through email. In addition, these alert messages will be consolidated and displayed whenthe user logs into the application.  Credit Card Payment User will be provided with two options:  Two days before the due date  One week before the due date  Input  Credit Card number  Bank name  Branch  Alert message option  Output Alert message displaying that the customer’s request was processed.http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 22. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com  Flexible Deposit Maturity User will be provided with two options:  Two days before the date of maturity  One week before the date of maturity  Input  Account number  Amount  Start date  Maturity date  Bank  Branch  Output Alert message displaying that the customer’s request was processed.http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 23. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comJob Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269COMPANY PROFILE: UniSys, born during the techno-economic paradigm shift in Global Capital Market, is focusing all itsenergies on providing Software solutions to manage this transformation, using cutting edge technology anddeep rooted Domain experience. UniSys core strength lies in the wealth of talent it possesses in the form of its team. Culled fromamong the best in the industry, their raw dynamism and their devotion to progressive e-knowledgeacquisition, coupled with incessant urge to evolve through innovation gives the company a definite edgeover other players in the industry. The result - a high performance, high caliber team turning out top-of-linesolution impacting global Capital Markets and Banking Industry! In short, delivering value to those we serve is what we strive for. Always. UniSys is certified forISO 9001:2000 by KPMG for Quality Assurance. It has recently completed its 4th successful SurveillanceAudit for continuous registration. Various aspects of quality control mechanisms are defined in SDG’s quality Management System(QMS) outlining the Quality framework, Organizational Structure, Quality policy, Quality objectives andQMS structure.UniSys quality policy To provide continually improving and reliable products in an ethical and complaint free environmentexceeding customer expectations.http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 24. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com We are a global professional services firm helping Insurance Carriers and a few niche segments ofthe Financial Service Industry in leveraging information technology to rapidly deliver enhanced value totheir Customers, Business partners, Suppliers and Employees. We approach every one of our client engagements with a strategic plan and embark on rapidlydelivering targeted business results by building effective, visible and practical solutions. Our domain expertise, arising from real-world experience of servicing several clients and hiringtalent from the industry, enables us to deliver innovative, reliable and scalable business solutions within ourCustomers’ time schedules and budgets We also offer a great deal of flexibility to our clients by scaling up and downsizing team members ona need basis. Thereby our clients do not have to bear the costs of carrying a large team while retaining theflexibility to cater to peak workloads.Existing System:Identification Of Need:The Net Banking is a web-based application some of its features are pointed out here : a) The Existing system can be accessed from any part of the world, as opposed to stand alone ormanual system, and provides information at any time, anywhere round the clock to the customers. b) If youre a customer of our Bank and if your Branch is enabled then youre on to becoming an e-customer. c) The customer needs to register, by which he is given user name and password through which he canlogin and do the transactions whatever he wants to do. It provides easy to use and user friendly interface forthe user. d) The system provides freedom to the user to move freely around various screens and status of thesystem returned, as it was when he left the screen by expert personalities maintaining the web site.e) The user can access the system at any time, because it’s 24-hour online from any where in the world.f) The customer can do all the work online without persisting him to go to the bank like he can deposit themoney, transfer amount from account to another account, can get this available balance, able to see thetransaction reports that has done etc to mention a few.http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 25. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comJob Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 26. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comProposed System:Identification Of Need:The Net Banking is a web-based application some of its features are pointed out here: a) The proposed system can be accessed from any part of the world, as opposed to stand alone ormanual system, and provides information at any time, anywhere round the clock to the customers. b) Even though it is a web-based application it will keep the details of its clients private and no bodyis allowed to tinker with the details. c) The customer needs to register, by which he is given user name and password through which hecan login and do the transactions whatever he wants to do. It provides easy to use and user friendly interfacefor the user. d) The system provides freedom to the user to move freely around various screens and status of thesystem returned, as it was when he left the screen by expert personalities maintaining the web site. e) The user can access the system at any time, because it’s 24-hour online from any where in theworld. f) The customer can do all the work online without persisting him to go to the bank like he candeposit the money, transfer amount from account to another account, can get this available balance, able tosee the transaction reports that has done etc to mention a few.g) The customer can save his money and time that is a valuable one in today’s day- to – day life.Hardware And Software RequirementsHard ware Specification: Processor : Intel P-IV based system Processor Speed : 1GHZ to 2.2GHZ RAM : 256 MB to 512 MBhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 27. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Hard Disk : 20GB to 80GB Key Board : Microsoft 104 keysSoftware Specification: Language : J2SDK1.4 Front End : J2SE, JDBC, Servlets, JSP Database Server : Oracle 8i Application Server : Web Logic 8.0 Operating System : Windows2000/XP/NT ServerSoftware Process model:There are times when the requirements of a problem are reasonably well understood when work flows fromcommunication through deployment in a reasonably linear fashion. This situation is some times encounteredwhen well-defined adaptations or enhancements to an existing system must be made (eg: an adaptation usera/c software that has been mandated because changes to Govt., regulations).It may also occur in a limited umber of new development efforts, but only when requirements, are well-defined and reasonably stable. Some times it is called “Classic Life Cycle”, suggests a Systematic,sequential approach to software development that begins with customer specification of requirements andprogresses through planning, modeling, construction, and deployment, culminating in on-going support ofthe completed software. Communication Project Planning Initiation Estimating Requirements Modelin Scheduling gathering g Tracking Analysis Construction Design Coding Testing Deployment Delivery Support Feed backhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 28. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com The Analysis Stage consists of Planning and Requirements definition. A feasibility study, developinga recommended solution strategy, determining the acceptance criteria and planning development process.The products of planning are a System definition and a project plan. The Software Design follows analysis. Design is concerned with its software components, specifyingrelationships among components specifying some structure, maintaining a record of design decisions andproviding blueprint implementation phase. Design consists of detailed design and Architectural design. The implementation phase of software development involves translation of design specification intosource code, and debugging, documenting and unit testing the source code. To enhance the quality of thesoftware the methods are structured control constructs, built in and user defined data types, secure typechecking, flexible scope rules exception handling mechanism, concurrency constructs and separatescompilation modules. System Testing involves two kinds of testing integration testing and acceptance testing. Developinga strategy for integrating the components of a software system into a functioning requires careful planningso that modules are available for integration when needed. Acceptance testing involves planning andexecution of various tests in order to demonstrate that the implemented system satisfies the requirementdocument. The Maintenance phase comes after the acceptance of the product by the customer and release of thesystem for production work. Maintenance activities include enhancements of capabilities, adaptation ofsoftware to new processing environments, and correction of software bugs. This project follows the PhasedLife Cycle Model or the Water Fall model to a large extent. The analysis stage consisted of listening to the needs and requirements of the examinationdepartment obtaining the required format of the system as desired by them, taking the required data to bestored for future use etc., in the design stage the structure of the system was designed and all the requiredscreens were formatted. This was then shown to the officer’s approval and the system was built.Implementation phase was done at PRITHVI INFORMATICS as they provided a computer with all therequired software and with required configuration. The coding and debugging was done. Even after thisstage certain changes were made as requested by the guide. The testing was done to check for any errors orbugs or unwanted behavior in the system. Individual modules as well as the whole system were testedseparately. The water fall model is most wide used process model. It is well suited for routine type of projectswhere all the requirements are well understood. Following is a minimum set of documents that must beproduced to a successful product:http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 29. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com • Requirements documents • Project plan • System design document • Detailed design document • Test plan and test reports • Final code • Software manuals (user, installation etc.) • Review reportsSYSTEM ANALYSIS:Requriements Analysis The requirement phase basically consists of three activities: 1. Requirement Analysis 2. Requirement Specification 3. Requirement ValidationRequirement Analysis:Requirement Analysis is a software engineering task that bridges the gap between system level softwareallocation and software design. It provides the system engineer to specify software function andperformance, indicate software’s interface with the other system elements and establish constraints thatsoftware must meet.The basic aim of this stage is to obtain a clear picture of the needs and requirements of the end-user and alsothe organization. Analysis involves interaction between the clients and the analysis. Usually analystsresearch a problem by asking questions and reading existing documents. The analysts have to uncover thereal needs of the user even if they don’t know them clearly. During analysis it is essential that a completeand consistent set of specifications emerge for the system. Here it is essential to resolve the contradictionshttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 30. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comthat could emerge from information got from various parties. This is essential to ensure that the finalspecifications are consistent.Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269 It may be divided into 5 areas of effort. 1. Problem recognition 2. Evaluation and synthesis 3. Modeling 4. Specification 5. Review Each Requirement analysis method has a unique point of view. However all analysis methods arerelated by a set of operational principles. They are • The information domain of the problem must be represented and understood. • The functions that the software is to perform must be defined. • The behavior of the software as a consequence of external events must be defined. • The models that depict information, function and behavior must be partitioned in a hierarchical or layered fashion. • The analysis process must move from essential information to implementation detail.Requirement Analysis in this ProjectThe main aim in this stage is to assess what kind of a system would be suitable for a problem and how tobuild it. The requirements of this system can be defined by going through the existing system and itsproblems. They discussing (speak) about the new system to be built and their expectations from it. Thesteps involved would beProblem Recognition:The main problem here is the more time is taken to take opinions from the concerned people manually. Thishas to be eliminated. A comprehensive solution has to be developed which will facilitate to answer, give orrespond for the surveys in a more faster and more efficient way.http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 31. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comEvaluation and Synthesis:The system has to be designed only after complete evaluation of the existing one, upon which we can seethat a lot depends on the medium of communication. In the proposed system the information about surveys,processing of the taking the feeback and the time taken to generate the results in a very effective andconvenient manner. So this has to be used such that there is no waste of time.Specification:The specifications from the user, here the survey conductors had to be taken. These persons provided therequired format for the Survey Tool. The appearance of forms, and their field names, the different screenshe desired, the stages of this database etc., were all given. The system has been built following all thespecifications.Requirements SpecificationSpecification Principles:Software Requirements Specification plays an important role in creating quality software solutions.Specification is basically a representation process. Requirements are represented in a manner that ultimatelyleads to successful software implementation.Requirements may be specified in a variety of ways. However there are some guidelines worth following: - • Representation format and content should be relevant to the problem • Information contained within the specification should be nested • Diagrams and other notational forms should be restricted in number and consistent in use. • Representations should be revisable.Software Requirements Specifications:The software requirements specification is produced at the culmination of the analysis task. The functionand performance allocated to the software as a part of system engineering are refined by establishing acomplete information description, a detailed functional and behavioral description, and indication ofhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 32. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comperformance requirements and design constraints, appropriate validation criteria and other data pertinent torequirements.SYSTEM DESIGN The most creative and challenging phase of the life cycle is system design. The term designdescribes a final system and the process by which it is developed. It refers to the technical specificationsthat will be applied in implementations the candidate system. The design may be defined as “the process ofapplying various techniques and principles for the purpose of defining a device, a process or a system insufficient details to permit its physical realization”. The designer’s goal is how the output is to be produced and in what format samples of the output andinput are also presented. Second input data and database files have to be designed to meet the requirementsof the proposed output. The processing phases are handled through the program Construction and Testing.Finally, details related to justification of the system and an estimate of the impact of the candidate system onthe user and the organization are documented and evaluated by management as a step towardimplementation. The importance of software design can be stated in a single word “Quality”. Design provides uswith representations of software that can be assessed for quality. Design is the only way that we canaccurately translate a customer’s requirements into a finished software product or system without design werisk building an unstable system, that might fail it small changes are made or may be difficult to test, or onewho’s quality can’t be tested. So it is an essential phase in the development of a software product.DESIGNING:Data DictionaryThe logical characteristics of current systems data stores, including name, description, aliases, contents, andorganization. Identifies processes where the data are used and where immediate access to informationneeded. Serves as the basis for identifying database requirements during system design.Uses of Data Dictionary: 1. To manage the detail in large systemshttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 33. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com 2. To communicate a common meaning for all system elements 3. To Document the features of the system 4. To facilitate analysis of the details in order to evaluate characteristics and determine where system changes should be made. 5. To locate errors and omissions in the systemsDatabase Design1) ACCOUNT_TYPES Table contains details of different types of Accounts.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionACC_TYPE_CD Char(2) Account Type Code (Primary Key)*ACC_TYPE_DESC Varchar(20) Account Type DescriptionMIN_AMT Number(5) Minimum Amount to DepositINTEREST_RATE Number(4,2) Rate of InterestMIN_PERIOD Number(2) Minimum Period in Months*Possible values are:SB – Saving Banks Account CA – Current AccountCC – Credit Card Account TD – Term DepositRD – Recurring Deposit2) STATES Table contains details of the Indian States.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionSTATE_CD Char(2) State Code (Primary Key)STATE_NAME Varchar(30) State Name3) ACCOUNTS Table contains details of each Account.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account Number (Primary Key)ACC_CAT Char(1) Account Category*OPERATION_MODE Char(1) Operation Mode#OPEN_DATE Date Opening DateBALANCE_AMT Number(10,2) Balance AmountINT_NAME Varchar(25) Introducer’s NameINT_ACC_NO Char(8) Introducer’s Account NumberBRANCH Varchar(20) Introducer’s BranchKNOW_APPLICANTS Number(2)) Introducer knows applicants since number of months* Possible values include:S – Single J – Joint C – Custodialhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 34. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com# Possible values include:S – Self F – Former/Survivor E – Either/Survivor C–Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-12694) CUSTOMERS Table contains details of each Customer.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionCust_code Char(7) Customer Code (Primary Key)APPLICANT_NO Number(1) Applicant Number (1 or 2 or 3)ACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberACCOUNT_NO2 Char(8) Second Account Number (Optional)CUST_FNAME Varchar(25) Customer’s First NameCUST_MNAME Varchar(25) Customer’s Middle NameCUST_LNAME Varchar(25) Customer’s Last NameHOUSE_NO Varchar(10) House NumberSTREET1 Varchar(20) Street NameSTREET2 Varchar(20) Street NameAREA Varchar(20) Area NameCITY Varchar(20) City NamePIN Char(6) PIN CodeSTATE_CD Char(2) State CodeRES_PHONE Char(13) Residence PhoneCELL_PHONE Char(10) Cell PhoneEMAIL Varchar(30) E-Mail AddressNO_YEARS_ADDRESS Number(2) Number of years residing in the addressPROFESSION Varchar(20) Profession NameORGANIZATION Varchar(20) Organization NameWORKING_SINCE Date Date since workingDESIGNATION Varchar(20) Designation NameOFF_DOOR_NO Varchar(10) Office Door NumberOFF_STREET Varchar(20) Office Street NameOFF_AREA Varchar(20) Office Area NameOFF_CITY Varchar(20) Office City NameOFF_PIN Char(6) Office PIN CodeOFF_STATE_CD Char(2) Office State CodeOFF_PHONE Char(13) Office Phone NumberPAN_GIRN Char(10) PAN/GIRN NumberGENDER Char(1) Gender (Male/Female)BIRTH_DATE Date Date of BirthMAR_STATUS Char(1) Marital StatusREL_FIRST_APP Varchar(10) Relationship with the First ApplicationEDUCATION Varchar(20) Educational QualificationMONTHLY_INCOME Number(6) Monthly IncomeGUARDIAN_NAME Varchar(25) Guardian Name5) TERM_DEPOSITS Table contains details of Term Deposit Accountshttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 35. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comField Name Data Type/Size DescriptionACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberDEPOSIT_AMT Number(10,2) Deposit AmountTENURE_YEARS Number(2) Tenure YearsTENURE_MONTHS Number(2) Tenure MonthsTENURE_DAYS Number(2) Tenure DaysPAYMENT_PERIOD Char(1) Payment Period*RENEWAL_OPTION Char(1) Renewal Option#ACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account Number* Possible values include:M – Monthly Q – Quarterly O – On Maturity# Possible values include:P – Principal only D – Repay Deposit B – Principal + Interest6) TERM_DEPOSIT_ALERTS Table contains details of Alerts for Term Deposits.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberALERT_OPTION Char(1) Alert Option** Possible values include:T – Two days O – One week (before the date of maturity) Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 36. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com7) TRANSACTIONS Table contains details of Credit and Debit Transactions.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberTRANS_TYPE Char(1) Transaction Type*TRANS_DESC Varchar2(30) Transaction DescriptionAMOUNT Number(10,2) Transaction AmountTRANS_DATE Date Transaction DateTRANS_MODE Char(1) Transaction Mode#* Possible values include:C – Credit D – Debit# Possible values include:C – Cash Q – Cheque D – Demand Draft I – Internet S – Service Charge8) NOMINEE Table contains details of Nominees.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberNOM_NAME Varchar(25) Nominee NameNOM_ADDR Varchar(40) Nominee AddressNOM_AGE Number(3) Nominee AgeRELATIONSHIP Varchar(10)) Relationship with Account Holder9) CREDIT_CARDS Table contains details of Credit Card Accounts.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionCREDIT_CARD_NO Char(10) Credit Card Number (Primary Key)ACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberISSUE_DATE Date Date of IssueEXPIRY_DATE Date Date of ExpiryMAX_AMT Number(6) Maximum Credit AmountSTATUS Char(1) Status** Possible values include:V – Valid L – Lost Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-126910) CARD_TRANSACTIONS Table contains details of Card Transaction.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionCREDIT_CARD_NO Char(10)DESCRIPTION Varchar(50)CREDIT_AMT Number(10,2)CREDIT_DATE DatePAYTO Varchar(30)http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 37. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com11) CREDIT_CARD_ALERTS Table contains details of Alerts for Credit Cards.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionCREDIT_CARD_NO Char(10) Credit Card NumberALERT_OPTION Char(1) Alert Option** Possible values include:T – Two days O – One week (before the date of maturity) Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-126912) RECURRING_DEPOSITS Table contains details of Recurring Deposit Accounts.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberINSTAL_AMT Number(10,2) Installment AmountTENURE_YEARS Number(2) Tenure YearsTENURE_MONTHS Number(2) Tenure MonthsTENURE_DAYS Number(2) Tenure Days13) LOAN_TYPES Table contains details of different Types of Loans.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionLOAN_TYPE Char(3) Loan Type Code (Primary Key)http://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 38. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comLOAN_DESC Varchar(20) Loan Type DescriptionINTEREST_RATE Number(4,2) Rate of Interest14) LOANS Table contains details of Loans availed by different Account Holders.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionLOAN_CODE Char(9) Loan Code (Primary Key)LOAN_TYPE Char(3) Loan Type CodeACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberAPPLIED_DATE Date Date of applying for LoanLOAN_PERIOD Number(3) Loan Period in MonthsLOAN_AMT Number(6) Loan AmountEMI Number(6) Equal Monthly InstallmentsDOC_DETAILS Long Document DetailsSTATUS Char(1) StatusNO_OF_INSTAL Number(3) Total Number of InstallmentsLAST_PAID Date Date of Last Payment Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-126915) CHEQUES Table contains details of Cheques submitted by the Account Holders.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionCHEQUE_NO Varchar(10) Cheque NumberPAYER_ACC_NO Char(8) Account Number of PayerPAYER_BANK Varchar(20) Bank of PayerPAYER_BRANCH Varchar(15) Branch of Payer BankPAYEE_ACC_NO Char(8) Account NumberCHEQUE_DATE Date Cheque DateSUBMITTED_DATE Date Submitted DateCHEQUE_AMT Number(10,2) Cheque AmountSTATUS Char(2) Status of Cheque16) FUNDS_TRANSFERS Table contains details of Funds Transfers.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionFUNDS_TRANS_CODE Char(10) Funds Transfer CodeORIGIN_ACC_NO Char(8) Origin Account NumberTRANS_AMT Number(10,2) Transfer Amounthttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 39. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comTRANS_DATE Date Transfer DateDEST_ACC_NO Char(8) Destination Account NumberDEST_BANK Varchar2(20) Destination Bank NameDEST_BRANCH Varchar2(20) Destination Bank BranchFREQUENCY Char(1) Frequency of TransferINSTALMENTS Number(2) Number of Installments17) TAX_PAYMENTS Table contains the details of Tax Payments.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionTAX_PAY_CODE Char(10) Tax Payment CodeORIGIN_ACC_NO Char(8) Origin Account NumberTAX_PAYER_ID Char(10) Tax Payer IDTAX_PAY_DATE Date Tax Payment DateTAX_FROM Date Tax From DateTAX_TO Date Tax To DateINCOME Number(10,2) Income during above periodTAX_AMOUNT Number(8,2) Tax AmountTAX_AUTHORITY Varchar(30) Tax Authority18) BILL_PAYMENTS Table contains the details of Bill Payments.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionBILL_PAY_CODE Char(10) Bill Payment CodeACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberBILL_NO Char(10) Bill NumberBILL_DATE Date Bill DateBILL_FROM Date Bill From DateBILL_TO Date Bill To DatePAYEE Varchar(30) Payee NameBILL_AMOUNT Number(10,2) Bill AmountBILL_DESC Varchar(30) Bill Description19) CHEQUE_REORDER Table contains the details of the Cheque Reorders.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionCHEQ_RO_CODE Char(9) Cheque Reorder CodeACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberREQUEST_DATE Date Request Date20) DRAFT_CHEQUE Table contains the details of Drafts and Cheques Issued.Field Name Data Type/Size DescriptionACCOUNT_NO Char(8) Account NumberDD_OR_CHEQ Char(1) DD or ChequePAYEE Varchar(30) Payee NameDRAWN_ON Date Drawn On DateDD_CHEQ_NO Varchar(10) DD or Cheque Numberhttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 40. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comAMOUNT Number(10,2) AmountDELIVERY Char(1) Delivery Option*PAYEE_DOOR_NO Varchar(10) Payee Door NumberPAYEE_STREET Varchar(20) Payee StreetPAYEE_AREA Varchar(20) Payee AreaPAYEE_CITY Varchar(20) Payee CityPAYEE_PIN Char(6) Payee PIN CodeSTATUS Char(1) StatusDATA FLOW DIAGRAMS ZERO LEVEL: Account Net Transaction & Banking Reports Services SystemFIRST LEVEL Account-Types States Get New Account New Account Report Details New A/C Report Details Store Nominee Accounts Require-Deposits Term-Deposits Credit-Cards Customershttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 41. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269SECOND LEVEL Accounts Get Funds Transfer Funds Funds Details Transfer Transferred Store Funds-TransfersTHIRD LEVEL Accounts Get Tax Tax Tax Paid Details Payment Store Tax-Paymentshttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 42. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269FOURTH LEVEL Accounts Get Bill Bill Bill Details Payment Paid Store Bill- PaymentsFIFTH LEVEL Accounts Get Check Check Reorder Reorder Reordered Details Store Cheque-Reordershttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 43. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269SIXTH LEVEL Accounts Credit-cards Get New Card New Card New Card Details Request Created Store Credit-CardsSEVENTH LEVEL Accounts Get Draft/Cheque Draft/ Draft/ Cheque Details Cheque Created Store Draft-Chequehttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 44. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269EIGTH LEVEL Draft-Cheque Get Cheque Stop Cheque Payment Details Payment Stopped Store Draft-ChequeNINTH LEVEL Customers Nominee Accounts Get New Account Open Another New Account Details Account Created Store Accounts Customers Nomineehttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
  • 45. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.com Job Oriented - Instructor Led - Face2Face-True Live Online I.T. Training for Everyone Worldwide http://www.H2KINFOSYS.com || Training@H2KInfosys.com || USA: +1 - 770-777-1269TENTH LEVEL Accounts Get Account Close Account Details Account Closed Store Transaction Accounts Customers NomineeELEVENTH LEVEL Accounts Nominee Get Account Modify A/C Account Details Details Info Notified Storehttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com Accounts Nominee
  • 46. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comTWELTH LEVEL Customers Get Customer Modify Customer Details Details Customer Modified Details Store CustomersTHIRTEENTH LEVEL Accounts Loan-Types Get Loan Details Loan Created New Loan Storehttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com Loans
  • 47. USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 |Email: training@h2kinfosys.comEntity-Relationship DiagramsThe over all logical structure of a database can be expressed graphically by an E-R diagram. The relative simplicityand pictorial clarity of this diagramming technique may well account in large part for the widespread use of the E-Rmodel. Such a diagram consists of the following major components:Rectangles: Represent Entity SetsEllipses: Represent attributesDiamonds: Represent relationship setsLines: Link attributes to entity sets and entity sets toRelationship setsDouble Ellipses: Which represent multi-valued attributesDashed Ellipses: Which denote derived attributesDouble Lines: Which indicate total participation of an entity in a Relationship sethttp://www.h2kinfosys.com | USA: 770 777 1269 | UK: 020 3371 7615 | Email:training@h2kinfosys.com
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