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Document Archiving & Sharing System

  1. 1. Final Year Defense Document Archiving & Sharing System Presented by Supervised byMuhammad Ashik Iqbal Dr. Syed Akhter Hossain ID: 092-25-127 Professor and Head M.Sc. In CSE Department of CSE DIU DIU Saturday 30 July 2011
  2. 2. Objective of the Project• Web based Document Archiving System to store, view and search scanned documents in cloud.• Preview facility in web browser is available for the PDF documents in thumbnails and zoom mode.• Original documents can be downloaded.• In cloud, archived documents can be shared using encrypted URL• Multi level branch and department option also available in the system Final Year Defense 2
  3. 3. Background of the Project• In any organization lots of hard copy documents are needed to preserve in the physical files because of their importance.• Organization needs to store them in categorized files and/or racks. But it is very difficult to search a specific document from a huge number of files.• Missing of important hard copy documents causes serious negative impact for any organization.• Sharing of hard copy is very difficult as it consumes time and cost.In this situation, it is needed to have this solution whichwill help to solve those problems. Final Year Defense 3
  4. 4. Existing ScenariosUsers Documents Files Racks Store Store Store Search Storing Search Search Searching Final Year Defense 4
  5. 5. Use Case Diagram (User) File Rack (Add/Edit) Login File Names (Search/Add/Edit) Items (Browse/Search/Add/Edit) Attachment (Add/Delete)Users Browse Attachments in Thumbnails Share Attachments PDF Cloud Preview Final Year Defense 5
  6. 6. Use Case Diagram (Admin) Branch (Add/Edit) Login Department (Add/Edit) Designation (Add/Edit) User Management (Role Assign)Admin User Password Reset View User Login Log Final Year Defense 6
  7. 7. PDF to JPEG Flow PDF Files Thumbnails/ Cloud Preview Database PDF Binary toPDF to Binary (File Stream JPEG Data Type) PdfLibNet.dll Final Year Defense 7
  8. 8. Implementation & Technology Used in the Project• ASPX, C#• Dot NET Framework 3.5• Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2• Ajax Control Toolkit (ver 3.5.50508)• PdfLibNet.dll (Pdf to Jpeg)• Microsoft Windows Server 2008• Microsoft IIS 7 Final Year Defense 8
  9. 9. Design Preview Final Year Defense 9
  10. 10. Home Screen Final Year Defense 10
  11. 11. File Racks Add/Edit Final Year Defense 11
  12. 12. File Names Final Year Defense 12
  13. 13. File Names Add/Edit Final Year Defense 13
  14. 14. Browse File Items Final Year Defense 14
  15. 15. Add New Item & Attachment Final Year Defense 15
  16. 16. Browse Attachments Final Year Defense 16
  17. 17. PDF Preview in Cloud Final Year Defense 17
  18. 18. Sharing Attachment Final Year Defense 18
  19. 19. LimitationsAs this is the starting version of a new system, there are somelimitations in the system such as:• No automatic database backing up facility is included in this system.• Admin User password recovery not included in frontend.• Reset option of encrypted url of sharing document is not present.• Too slow bandwidth causes problem for uploading & downloading documents and viewing documents in cloud. Final Year Defense 19
  20. 20. Conclusion & Future ScopesAs it is one of the very essential systems of any organization, lot offuture scopes are there. Like-• It can be a fully dependable solution to preserve documents instead of hard copy preservation.• Facility can be added to store other formats than pdf, like- doc, xls, ppt, etc. in the system.• Sharing through email facility can be added. Final Year Defense 20
  21. 21. Reference• Ian Sommerville, 2006, Software Engineering, (6th Edition), Pearson Education Asia (pg. 54, 55)• Igor Hawryszkiewycz, 2004, System Analysis and Design, (4th Edition), Hall of India• Fritz Onion, 2003, Addison Wesley, Essential ASP.NET with Examples in C#, Addison-Wesley Professional, ISBN-0201760401, 9780201760408• Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, 2005, Beginning Visual Web Programming in C# .NET: From Novice to Professional, (2nd Edition), Apress, ISNB- 1590593618, 9781590593615• Bilal Haidar, 2008, Professional ASP.NET 3.5 Security, Membership, and Role Management with C# and VB, (3rd Edition), Wrox Press, ISBN- 0470442948, 9780470442944• Marco Bellinaso, Kevin Hoffman, 2003, ASP.NET website programming : problem, design, solution, Wrox Press, ISBN- 1861008163, 9781861008169• Jacob J. Sanford, 2007, Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Design: CSS, Themes, and Master Pages (Programmer to Programmer), (1st Edition), Wrox Press, ISBN- 0470124482, 9780470124482• Joydip Kanjilal, 2007, ASP.NET Data Presentation Controls Essentials, Packt Publishing, ISBN- 1847193951, 9781847193957 Final Year Defense 21
  22. 22. Reference (cont.)• http://www.slideshare.net (8:15 pm, 20 July, 2011)• http://docs.google.com (8:15 pm, 20 July, 2011)• http://www.scribd.com (8:15 pm, 20 July, 2011)• http://www.asp.net (10:15 pm, 22 July, 2011)• http://www.codeplex.com (9:30 pm, 23 July, 2011)• http://www.codeproject.com (10:00 pm, 24 July, 2011) Final Year Defense 22
  23. 23. Thank You Final Year Defense 23

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