Supply Chain Management System

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Supply Chain Management System

  1. 1. SUBMITTED BY : BISWA NARESH SUBUDHI REG NO:-0605205036 DEPT: MASTER IN COMPUTER APPLICATION (MCA) Batch – 2006-09
  2. 2. What is supply chain management System!!! SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SCM) is the oversight of materials, information, and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM involves coordinating and integrating these flows both within and among companies.
  3. 3. Ultimate goal of supply chain management system is to reduce Inventory (with the assumption that products are available when needed). As a solution for successful SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, sophisticated software systems with Web interfaces are competing with Web-based application service providers (ASP) who promise to provide part or all of the SCM service for companies who rent their service.
  4. 4. Supply chain management system flows Information Finances flow Product flow flow Includes movement of Includes transmitting Includes credit goods from a supplier to a orders and updating the terms, payment customer, as well as any status of delivery schedules customer returns or service needs
  5. 5. SCM Software Planning Execution Applications Applications Use advanced algorithms to Track the physical status of determine the best way to fill an goods, the management of order materials, and financial information involving all parties
  6. 6. MVC Architecture MVC FRAMEWORK The key motivation behind the MVC approach is the desire to separate the code that creates and manipulates the data from the code that presents data. MVC- Model View Controller architecture is all about dividing application components into three different categories Model, View, Controller. Components of the MVC architecture have unique responsibility and each component is independent of the other component. Changes in one component will have no or less impact on other component.
  7. 7. ARCHITECTURES: Model – 1 Architecture: In Model- 1 architecture a request is made to a JSP or servlet and then that JSP or servlet handles all the responsibilities for request, including processing the request, validating data, handling the business logic, and generating a response. Request Request Processing BROWSER Data Validation Business Logic Data Manipulation Response Response Generation Database services
  8. 8. Model – 2 Architecture: In the MVC architecture, a central servlet, known as the Controller, receives all requests for the application. The Controller then processes the request and works with the Model to prepare any data needed by the view and forwards the response to the browser. Database services Controller (Servlet) Request Processing Data Validation BROWSER Model Business Logic Data Manipulation View (JSP) Report Generation
  9. 9. System Specification Hardware specification Software specification Operating System:- Windows2000Professional Server Client Language:- JAVA, SQL machines Tools:- JSP, HTML, XML,STRUTS machine Database:- ORACLE 10G IDE-: My Eclipse 5.5
  10. 10. System Existing system Proposed system  It is completely web based system.  It is The manual system .  It is an internet and intranet based  Main tasks of the existing system application. is to accept requirements from  client has to only fill in appropriate different areas, verify them & option mention on the site for a process. particular information.  The need for computerization of  The system should be user friendly. the existing system arose because of inaccuracy & irregularities.
  11. 11. System study Definition of System Needs of System  A system is an orderly grouping of  Social and economic factor independent components linked together  Technological factor according to a plan to achieve a specific  High level decisions and operating objective. processes.  Its main characteristics are organization, interaction, independent, in tegration.  Central objective a system does not necessarily mean to a computer system.  It may be a manual system or any other names.
  12. 12. System Analysis System Analysis is a process by which we attribute process or goals to a human activity, determine how well those purpose are being achieved and specify the requirements of the various tools and techniques that are to be used within the system if the system performances are to be achieved. Preliminary Information System Planning Investigation gathering
  13. 13. Structured Structured analysis is a set of techniques and graphical tools (DFD) that allow the analyst to Analysis develop a new kind of system specifications that are easily understandable to the user. Dataflow Diagram Data Flow Diagram is a diagrammatic representation of data movement through a system –manual or automated - from inputs to outputs through processing Physical Logical Show the actual Represent the transformation implementation and of the data from input to movement of data output through processing between logically and independently of people, departments, and the physical components. workstations.
  14. 14. Below is the top level DFD showing how the User’s request processed by the server with database interaction and sends the response back to the user.
  15. 15. Data Flow Diagrams for “SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” CONTEXT LEVEL DFD Manufacturer Distributor Manufacturer Distributor Query query Result Result Supply Chain Management System Supplier Result Query Supplier
  16. 16. Supplier Distributor View View Product Distributor Login Order placing Order processing Send notice User Manufacturer View Notice Feedback Feedback Reply Change Supplier password SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  17. 17.  It is a structured repository of data about data.  offers documentation & improving communication by establishing DATA DICTIONARY consistent definitions of various elements, terms, & procedures.  A Decision Tree sketches the logical structure based on some Decision Tree criteria & easy to construct, read, and update. & Structured  Structured English uses logical English constructs and imperative sentences designed to carry out instruction for action. It is a table of contingencies for defining a problem and the actions Decision Table to be taken . It is a single representation of the relationships between conditions and actions .
  18. 18. TABLE 1: : DISTRIBUTOR_INFO Name Description: This table keeps the record of the distributors who holds transactions with the manufacturer. Primary Key: Distributor id. Description Column Name Data Type Primary Key Primary key. A unique number that is assigned to all the ID VARCHAR2(40) 1 distributors. NAME VARCHAR2(400) - ADDRESS VARCHAR2(4000) - PIN NUMBER(10,0) - CITY VARCHAR2(400) - STATE VARCHAR2(400) - COUNTRY VARCHAR2(400) - PHONENO VARCHAR2(20) - VARCHAR2(20) - FAX VARCHAR2(20) - CONTACT_PERSON VARCHAR2(400) - REGNO VARCHAR2(40) - CREDIT_BAL NUMBER(10,2) - DEBIT_BAL NUMBER(10,2) - credit_limit NUMBER(10,2) - Locked VARCHAR2(10) - LOGINID VARCHAR2(400) - PASSWORD VARCHAR2(400) - EMAIL VARCHAR2(400) -
  19. 19. HOME: View page for general user who can view the product, supplier & distributors. For suppliers , distributors & manufacturer can login by clicking the login hyperlink.
  20. 20. LOGIN:This is the login page for supplier, distributor & manufacturer.Each can login by giving their valid user id & password & clicking on the login button.
  21. 21. MANUFATURER”S HOMEPAGE: This is the home page for the manufacturer which appears after he logs in by giving valid userid & password.
  22. 22. ADDMATERIAL: Byclicking the add material link in the manufacturer home page we can view the material list and in that page by clicking on Add New Material link we can move to the next page where we can add materials.
  23. 23. ADDMATERIAL IN DETAIL: By filling up this form manufacturer can add new materials.
  24. 24. POSTORDER MATERIAL: By clicking the post Material Order link in the manufacturer page we can view this form, filling which the manufacturer can post the order.
  25. 25. SUPPLIER’ HOME: This is the Supplier home page that appears after the supplier logs in using valid user id & password.
  26. 26. VIEWMATERIAL ORDER: By clicking on view order link in the supplier home page, the supplier can view the status of the order received.
  27. 27. CHANGEPASSWORD: By clicking the change password link the supplier, manufacturer & distributor can change their old password.
  28. 28. DISTRIBUTOR: This is the Distributor home page that appears after the distributor logs in using valid user id & password.
  29. 29. System Implementation Implementation is the stage of the project when the theoretical design turned into a working system.
  30. 30. Implementation Training Installing Installing staff client software In machine on server operation
  31. 31. Example of SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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