Welcome to the Presentation of Project on
 Laboratory of Software Engineering 2




              OPPS
Online Photo Proces...
Presented to              OPPS


   Prof. Luigi Casalegno


           Presented by

Ferdous Mohammad Jannatul   707241
Is...
OPPS
Presentation Layout
Introduction to the scenario
Ordinary Scenario
Summary of the Ordinary Scenario
Proposed Automate...
OPPS



                                                                    WorkerX




             Reception            ...
OPPS
              Normal scenario
• Summery
  –   Customer go to printing shop physically
  –   Request order to print
  ...
Internet
                                                                                       OPPS




                R...
OPPS
        Automated scenario
• Summary
  – Customer log on the site from anywhere
  – New customer will register
  – Up...
OPPS
                  Use Case
           Online Photo Processing System


                         Authantication




  ...
Version: 1.0.0.1


Deployment Diagram
                                                                                    ...
OPPS
Comparison on Cost and Time 1/2
• Scenario 1
  – Production cost high
     • More human interaction
     • Paper base...
OPPS
Comparison on Cost and Time 1/2
• Scenario 2
  – Production cost less
     • Less human interaction
     • Total proc...
OPPS
             Cost and Time Analysis 1/2
• Ordinary shop and OPPS cost analysis

         variable
         cost




 ...
OPPS
              Cost and Time Analysis 2/2
• Ordinary shop and OPPS time analysis

            Time




  Ordinary Phot...
Screen Shots                                              OPPS




This is the default screen of the proposed web solution
OPPS




Some more screen shots of OPPS
OPPS
                  Technology
• IDE and tools

  – Visual Studio.NET 2005: We have used Visual
    Studio.NET 2005 as ...
OPPS




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  1. 1. Welcome to the Presentation of Project on Laboratory of Software Engineering 2 OPPS Online Photo Processing System (OPPS)
  2. 2. Presented to OPPS Prof. Luigi Casalegno Presented by Ferdous Mohammad Jannatul 707241 Islam Muhammad Nazrul 681918 Mahmood Md Iqbal 707243 Shill Pintu Chandra 707775 Ziaur Rahman Syed 707242
  3. 3. OPPS Presentation Layout Introduction to the scenario Ordinary Scenario Summary of the Ordinary Scenario Proposed Automated Scenario Summary of the Proposed Automated Scenario Use Case Diagram Deployment Diagram Comparison on Cost and Time – Scenario 1 Comparison on Cost and Time – Scenario 2 Screen Shot of the prototype Technology
  4. 4. OPPS WorkerX Reception Editing by Expert Ordinary Photo Printing Shop 05 - 50 km Processing Worker Y Delivery
  5. 5. OPPS Normal scenario • Summery – Customer go to printing shop physically – Request order to print – Receive receipt for payment – WorkerX send the picture to Lab section – ExpertX edit the picture if need and verify – Release photo to print by WorkerY – Create Invoice and delivery section ready the order – Customer go to printing shop again to receive photo
  6. 6. Internet OPPS Reception Online Photo Processing System Editing by Expert 05 - 50000 km Administrator Processing Worker Y Delivery
  7. 7. OPPS Automated scenario • Summary – Customer log on the site from anywhere – New customer will register – Upload picture to print and view image quality – Check by Edit expertX and ask for acknowledgement – Customer accept or deny acknowledgement – Set payment terms and shipping address – Print photo and invoice – Receive payment and deliver by DHL or other mail express – Customer receive photo from his place
  8. 8. OPPS Use Case Online Photo Processing System Authantication Place Order Database Server Upload Photos and Customer choose Set payment Terms & Shipment Address Web Server Process Printing Recive Payment & Delivery Operator Photo Printer
  9. 9. Version: 1.0.0.1 Deployment Diagram Created: 16/12/06 OPPS Revised: 17/12/06 Thin Client GUI FAT Client GUI 0..* Components: 1 <<LAN>> Web Server 2. FAT Client: Operator OPPS Application1 3. Thin Client: Customer OPPS Application 2 4. Web Server: OPPS 1 .. * 5. Application Server: BL & DAL <<Internet>> 6. Database Server: RDBMS 1 Server Application Server Web service 1 (Image Processing) Business Logic Connections: Data Access Layer Web Service 2 (Credit Card Validation ) 9. SOAP (Service oriented access 1 <<SOAP>> protocol) <<LAN>> 10. LAN (Local Area Network) 1 .. * Database Server RDBMS (Sql Server 2005)
  10. 10. OPPS Comparison on Cost and Time 1/2 • Scenario 1 – Production cost high • More human interaction • Paper based work – Expand business cost high • Need new setup same as existing one – Delivery time high • Most of the process manual – Customer spend more time • Go to shop to place order • Go to shop to receive photo
  11. 11. OPPS Comparison on Cost and Time 1/2 • Scenario 2 – Production cost less • Less human interaction • Total process automated – Expand business cost low • Only hardware tool needed • No extra setup cost for software – Delivery time fast • Payment receive in online • Delivery by Mail – Customer spend less time • No need to come in office – No customer transport cost
  12. 12. OPPS Cost and Time Analysis 1/2 • Ordinary shop and OPPS cost analysis variable cost OPPS Ordinary Photo shop 0 1 10 Number of branch
  13. 13. OPPS Cost and Time Analysis 2/2 • Ordinary shop and OPPS time analysis Time Ordinary Photo shop OPPS 0 1 10 Number of order
  14. 14. Screen Shots OPPS This is the default screen of the proposed web solution
  15. 15. OPPS Some more screen shots of OPPS
  16. 16. OPPS Technology • IDE and tools – Visual Studio.NET 2005: We have used Visual Studio.NET 2005 as an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to develop our prototype. – Visio 2003 & UML 2.0: We have used Visio 2003 to draw all design with UML2.0 notation. – SQL Server 2005: We have stored our sample database in to SQL Server 2005 Express Edition
  17. 17. OPPS Thank You for Your Kind Attention

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