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  • AUTOMATED FAULTS TRACKING SYSTEM INTRODUCTION As the saying goes, “TO ERR IS HUMAN”. But rectifying the errors is one’s significant duty irrespective of whether it is a single individual or an organization. In different perspectives or situations, we need a defect free system. Generally for the smooth functioning of an organization, there should be a verification system for the processes undergoing in any organization. If an individual would have been nominated by their manager or his/her team to select a defect tracking system for his/her organization, then there would be a question of as to – “Where do they begin? Of course, the concerned employee would be expected to conduct the relevant research while carrying out their regular responsibilities. Hence there is a need to come up with a quick strategy that enables the entire organization involving all parties involved to objectively evaluate various options and select a system in a timely manner. We define generally a Bug tracking tool as a powerful, easy-to-use Web-based collaboration tool to help companies’ track business issues and automatically manage them through to resolution. The particular organization need to make sure that the tool, which we develop has to track the defects the organization’s selects, is the best fit for the organization—a tool that offers the features that we need, a reasonable response time at normal and even large load levels, a price that’s within the specified budget of the organization, and integration with the existing systems of the organization. It’s not a casual decision, because you know that once the tool is deployed it will be difficult and costly to change. If you are doing this for the first time, it’s a challenge to know where to begin and what to look for in an effective defect tracking and management solution. If you have done this before, you may find that several new commercially available defect tracking solutions offer many advanced feature sets. The most important step in any organization’s process is defining the business and technical requirements of the system. Identifying these requirements allows them to generate a features list, which in turn will help the organization to evaluate and trim down the list of tool options. In addition, the proposed system, has a built-in defect tracking system which, allows actions performed by the users to automatically send their requests the defect tracking system. Conversely, the users can convert issues and status entered into the respective defect tracking system automatically to metadata for easy access.
  • In this proposed project we would deal with all the steps toward the selection of the most appropriate solution for the respective company. This process should deal with the examination of our organization’s business and technical requirements for the tool. PROPOSED SYSTEM OBJECTIVE The proposed system’s fundamental objective or the main objective of a Bug tracking solution is to track every identified issue so that valid defects that affect customer satisfaction, business financial success, and reputation can be fixed in a timely manner. PROPOSED SYSTEM SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS Server : Windows 2000 / XP Client : Windows Client Software : ASP .NET Protocol : TCP/IP Protocol Database : Oracle 8i Web Server : JWS Network Interface PROPOSED SYSTEM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS PIV, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB HDD, Color Monitor PROPOSED SYSTEM DESCRIPTION BUG TRACKING SYSTEM is a basic, yet fully functional web based error or Bug Tracking system that the organization’s may use as a framework to create an expanded system or use 'as is'. It is beneficial for small teams working on software projects or manufacturing processes. All businesses have issues that need to be tracked and managed to resolution. In software and hardware development, for example, issues such as defects or bugs and enhancement requests need to be tracked and managed. Resolution of these issues requires the coordination of multiple individuals within and perhaps even outside the company. The proposed Defect Tracker can be used by all team members to coordinate their work, and to make sure that reported bugs and enhancement requests won't be forgotten and handled effectively and efficiently. A company can use the defect Tracking system to enable its QA Engineers, Development Engineers, Customer Support to report bugs; and Marketing, Product Managers to file enhancement requests. The built-in workflow of the proposed system would automatically route these issues (bugs and enhancement requests) to the appropriate engineers to get them implemented, and to the QA Engineers for testing.
  • The engineers can make attachments to the bug records and associate bug records to the files in the source code control system. Meanwhile, Managers can obtain status, reports, charts and graphs showing trends and problem areas. Issues that are not taken care of in time will automatically be escalated. Everyone involved can obtain status, automatic notification, reports, and charts and graphs; and share knowledge and information. Their clients and partners can report problems directly, and obtain status, notification, etc. in a “self-service” manner. The proposed system will thus delivers up-to-the-minute project information and status to team members everywhere to foster better communication and collaboration, and automatically manages these issues to resolution. As a result, it increases productivity, improves the quality of products, and increases customer satisfactions. The proposed system will have to analyze the business requirements as follows: BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS What business requirements will be needed for this tool to meet? That is, how is it going to support the organization in the manufacturing or software development effort? It has to deal with Project management and metrics Security Administration PROPOSED SYSTEM FEATURES • Developers can work entirely within the system, without having to switch to the defect tracker and re-enter data. • Managers gain control by enforcing the defect tracker's workflow in Perforce. • Provides traceability between defects and changes. • Allows reporting of defects fixed in codelines and releases. • Makes work completed and work in progress visible from the defect tracker. • Log and classify each incident by Call Type, Severity, Priority and other attributes. You can classify incidents any way you like. Each field is fully configurable and you can classify incidents any way you like. • Record an overview of the incident or the full details including error messages and the surrounding circumstances. You can also attach external files such as faxes, log files and screen dumps to each incident. • Record any number of responses to an incident as the incident progresses to some end-status. Instantly review the history of responses to a selected incident. • Record release notes for an incident. Relevant release notes can be extracted and printed when a new version of your product is released.
  • • Allocate a call to a user or a group of users. Use the Job Queue to quickly view who is working on what and easily reassign calls. • Estimate the time and amount spent for each incident and let the proposed Defect Tracking calculate the actual time and amount spent. Track the total cost and time spent to resolve a problem. • Use work flow to automatically reassign a call when the status changes from one state to another. Work flow is fully configurable based on call type. • Track how a call will impact on other areas and schedule tasks to be performed before work commences on a call or after it is resolved. • Track parts used to resolve an incident and the total cost of parts used. • Link common incidents together. • Attach unlimited number of files to each incident. • Use Job Activities to show total number of new, open, closed and escalated incidents and also total number of responses for a given date range. PROPOSED SYSTEM MODULES 1. SERVER AND ADMINISTRATION MODULE a. Login Authentication b. Administration module 1. Administration by Users, Administration of Priorities 2. Administration of Projects, Administration of Statuses c. Tracking -- Tracking reported bugs, defects, business issues, enhancement requests, etc. d. Workflow -- Automatic routing and notification to get issues resolved. e. Process enforcement -- Managing and enforcing your company's process of resolving issues. f. Status -- Up-to-the-minute project information and status to team members everywhere to foster collaboration. 2. AUTOMATIC NOTIFICATION Automatically notify clients and internal users of any changes. With automatic notification, nothing falls through the cracks. We can also customize the message being sent by inserting system directives, fields from the database and any free form text. This allows our system to create a more personalize message for each notification type. Two levels of notifications are provided; record level and field level notifications. • With record level notification, the system can define the appropriate clients and user to notify when a new incident is added, edited, copied or deleted. The notification is based on changes to a record.
  • • With field level notification, the system defines the appropriate clients and users to notify when a field is changed or when a field equals a defined value. The notification is based on changes to a field on a record. • For example, we can automatically notify the QA team or client when the status of an incident is Resolved or notify the user whom you allocated the incident to for resolution. 3. CLIENT MANAGEMENT MODULE The system can create unlimited number of contacts for each client. Stores all the client details in one central location. • Easily generates phone list, mailing list, e-mail list, contact list and any other list from your client database. Record client feedback. Record products purchased by clients. a. Search by Project, Assigned Person, Priority, Status b. Sorting by any of the columns (Bug Name, Project, Priority, Assigned Person, Status) c. Job assigned d. Verification of issues quoted 4. UTILITY MODULE a. Communication -- Capturing discussions and sharing knowledge. b. Accountability -- History and audit trail. c. Chat interaction d. Mail service e. Broadcast messenger f. Queue defects 5. KNOWLEDGE BASE CREATOR Full searchable knowledge base with resolution histories. The system can automatically create a knowledge base from the incident records you added. Over a period of time, the system can built up a knowledge base of common problems and also a resolution history. Resolve incidents quickly using the fully searchable knowledge base with resolution histories. Draw on the knowledge of all team members. 6. MANAGEMENT REPORTS GENERATOR
  • DEALERSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Dealership means business established or operated u nder an authorization to sell or distribute a company's goods or services in a particular area MODULES 1. VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION 2. QUOTATION 3. STOCK MANAGEMENT 4. SERVICE JOBS MODULE DETAILS 1. VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION Each stock unit, be it new or used, represents a highly complex array of transactional operations. These have to be completed according to a well-disciplined process to handle purchase, stock control and sale. 2. QUOTATION Quotation Management 3. STOCK MANAGEMENT Multiple transactions, sales, orders and purchases are all in a state of constant change. It’s about ensuring that optimum stock levels are kept and giving good service alongside ‘just in time’ principles. 4. SERVICE JOBS Vehicle specific data including model, chassis, engine, key and security numbers (alarms, radios, CD's etc.), colour and trim codes and descriptions, mileage either in hours, kilometres or miles, registration, delivery date, and months, emissions date check, manufacturer and extended warranty expiry dates, fleet reference numbers, selling dealer/salesman details etc.
  • HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS This section below lists the details of the hardware and software that is required for developing, maintain and implement the above project SPECIFICATION Processor Type : Pentium IV RAM : 512 MB Hard Disk Drive : 40 GB Display Type : SVGA Monitor Key Board : Multimedia Mouse : mouse SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION Front-end : ASP.NET / JAVA / Visual Basic Database : MS-Access, SQL Server, Oracle NETWORKING CONNECTIVITY TCP/IP Network to connect to the data centers / Databases / External Interfaces
  • DEFECT TRACKING TOOL INTRODUCTION In everyday, a life the customers make several telephone calls to their respective enterprises. This is synchronous communication. The party to which the call is made must be available, and once connected the two parties communicate with each other over the network. This may not be possible always, practically and many a times, there would be occasions where the call made to the party is not available or unanswered. Then is such a circumstance, an e-mail or voice mail is sent, to the second party. This is an asynchronous communication. The second party may or may not respond to the customer queries, after reading the message. There is no surity or guarantee. Hence, there are lots of practical situations wherein the customers would require a complete effective software system for enabling prompt communication. Additionally, TO ERR IS HUMAN” is a common proverb and “NON RECTIFICATION OF ERRORS IS INHUMAN”, is adopted by companies, currently. But rectifying the errors is one’s significant duty irrespective of whether it is a single individual or an organization. In different perspectives or situations, we need a defect free system. Change management is a common trend currently every organization is practicing. There are lots of dynamic changes taking place in every business, and the organization, has to match with the growing needs and changes to withstand the cut-throat competition. Hence there are certain instances, it is utterly necessary to ensure and maintain complete customer satisfaction and customer retention. For these any organization requires a efficient B2C communication, which handles all the customers defects very easily and efficiently. Generally, for the smooth functioning of an organization, there should be a verification system for the processes undergoing in any organization. If an individual had been nominated by their manager or his/her team to select a defect tracking system for his/her organization, then there would be a question of as to – “Where do they begin? Of course, the concerned employee would be expected to conduct the relevant research while carrying out their regular responsibilities. Hence there is a need to come up with a quick strategy that enables the entire organization involving all parties involved to objectively evaluate various options and select a system in a timely manner. We define generally a Defect tracking tool as a powerful, easy-to-use Web- based collaboration tool to help companies’ track business issues and automatically manage them through to resolution.
  • The most important step in any organization’s process is defining the business and technical requirements of the system. Identifying these requirements allows them to generate a features list, which in turn will help the organization to evaluate and trim down the list of tool options. In this proposed project we would deal with all the steps toward the selection of the most appropriate solution for Service providing organization, which deals with accessories for sale and service with a suitable customer management system, wherein the customers launch their complaints or defects of the products purchased online and this would be automatically tracked by a separate department attending to the defects posted by the customers. This process should deal with the examination of our organization’s business and technical requirements for the tool. AIM/ OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED SYSTEM The main objective of a defect tracking solution is to track every identified issue defect posted by the consumer/customer online so that the defects are to tracked and handled immediately that does not affect the customer satisfaction, customer retention and business financial success, and hence maintain the reputation the organization . PROPOSED SYSTEM SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS Server : Windows 2000 and Client Client : Windows Client Software : VISUAL STUDIO ( ASP.NET) Database : Oracle 8i/ SQL SERVER Web Server : IIS PROPOSED SYSTEM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS PIII, 128 MB RAM, 10 GB HDD, Color Monitor EXISTING SYSTEM Defect tracking systems are not available very commonly Instantaneous responses are not made available Tracking with the respective stage development is not made available Inefficient customer retention mechanism Unavailability of Online defect recording system
  • PROPOSED SYSTEM MERITS The proposed system would be an efficient Defect tracking systems Instantaneous responses are not made available Tracking with the respective stage development is not made available Inefficient customer retention mechanism Unavailability of Online defect recording system PROPOSED SYSTEM DESCRIPTION DEFECT TRACKING SYSTEM is a basic, yet fully functional web based error or Bug Tracking system that the organization’s may use as a framework to create an expanded system or use 'as is'. It is beneficial for small teams working on software projects or manufacturing processes and handling service centers. All businesses have issues that need to be tracked and managed to arrive at a resolution. In software and hardware development, for example, issues such as defects or bugs and enhancement requests need to be tracked and managed. Resolution of these issues requires the coordination of multiple individuals within and perhaps even outside the company. The proposed defect tracking system deals with the CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENTS for efficient customer management with an instant response mechanism and delivery concept. The proposed Defect Tracker can be used by all team members to coordinate their work, and to make sure that reported bugs and enhancement requests won't be forgotten and handled effectively and efficiently. A company can use the defect Tracking system to enable its QA Engineers, Development Engineers, Customer Support to report bugs; and Marketing, Product Managers to file enhancement requests. The built-in workflow of the proposed system would automatically route these issues or the defects and the service or the enhancement requests to the appropriate engineers to get them implemented, and to the QA Engineers for testing. Managers can obtain status, reports, charts and graphs showing trends and problem areas. Issues that are not taken care of in time will automatically be escalated. Everyone involved can obtain the instantaneous status, automatic notification, reports,; and share knowledge and information. Their clients and partners can report problems directly, and obtain status, notification, etc. in a “self-service” manner. The proposed system will thus deliver up-to-the-minute defect status handling system and response status to the site members everywhere to foster better faster communication and collaboration, and automatically manages these issues to resolution. As a result, this increases productivity, improves the quality of products, and increases customer satisfactions level.
  • PROPOSED SYSTEM FEATURES • Developers can work entirely within the system, without having to switch to the defect tracker and re-enter data. • Managers gain control by enforcing the defect tracker's workflow in Perforce. • Provides traceability between defects and changes. PROPOSED SYSTEM MODULES 1. SERVER AND ADMINISTRATION MODULE a. Login Authentication b. Administration module 1. Administration of Users 2. Administration of Priorities 3. Management of products and departments c. Tracking -- Tracking reported bugs, defects, business issues, enhancement requests, etc. d. Workflow -- Automatic routing and notification to get issues resolved. e. Process enforcement -- Managing and enforcing your company's process of resolving issues. f. Status -- Up-to-the-minute project information and status to team members everywhere to foster collaboration. 2. ISSUE MANAGEMENT a) Assign issues b) Automatic issues Updation c) View issue status I. View with search II. Optional search 3. AUTOMATIC NOTIFICATION Automatically notify clients and internal users of any changes. With automatic notification, nothing falls through the cracks.
  • 4. EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT 5. CLIENT MANAGEMENT MODULE The system can create unlimited number of contacts for each client. Stores all the client details in one central location. a. Search by Project, Assigned Person, Priority, Status b. Data Sorting by -Bug Name, Project, Priority, Assigned Person, Status c. Job assigned d. Verification of issues quoted 6. UTILITY MODULE a. Accountability -- History and audit trail. b. Chat interaction c. Mail service d. Queue defects 7. KNOWLEDGE BASE CREATOR Full searchable knowledge base with resolution histories. 8. MANAGEMENT REPORTS GENERATOR a) Product reports b) Defect status report c) Employee performance report
  • DISTRIBUTED DATA MINING IN CREDIT CARD FRAUD DETECTION INTRODUCTION Credit card transactions grow in number, taking a larger share of any country’s payment system and this is turn has led to a higher rate of stolen account numbers and subsequent losses by banks. Hence, improved fraud detection has become essential to maintain the viability of the country’s payment system. Banks have used early fraud warning systems for some years. Large- scale data-mining techniques can improve on the state of the art in commercial practice. Scalable techniques to analyze massive amounts of transaction data that efficiently compute fraud detectors in a timely manner is an important problem, especially for e- commerce. Besides scalability and efficiency, the fraud-detection task exhibits technical problems that include skewed distributions of training data and non-uniform cost per error, both of which have not been widely studied in the knowledge-discovery and datamining community. In this project, a deep survey is made and evaluates a number of techniques that address these three main issues concurrently. Our proposed methods of combining multiple learned fraud detectors under a “cost model” are general and demonstrably useful; our empirical results demonstrate that we can significantly reduce loss due to fraud through distributed data mining of fraud models. DATA MINING AND MACHINE LEARNING The aim of data mining is to extract knowledge from large amounts of data. This knowledge is nontrivial and hidden in the data. Machine learning is often used in data mining.
  • DATA MINING: A DEFINITION Art/Science of uncovering non-trivial, valuable information from a large database Emphasis on: Non-obvious (difficult) Useful (cost vs benefit) Large (automatic) Yet, no rules, provided that the process is efficient in time, space and human resources. Data Mining is the process of finding interesting trends or patterns in large datasets in order to guide future decisions. Related to exploratory data analysis (area of statistics) and knowledge discovery (area in artificial intelligence, machine learning). Data Mining is characterized by having VERY LARGE datasets. DATA MINING VS. MACHINE LEARNING Size: Databases are usually very large so algorithms must scale well Design Purpose: Databases are not usually designed for data mining (but for other purposes), and thus, may not have convenient attributes Errors and Noise: Databases almost always contain errors The aim of machine learning is to adapt to new circumstances, to detect and extrapolate. A distinction can be made between unsupervised and supervised machine learning algori thms.
  • PROPOSED SYSTEM In today’s increasingly electronic society and with the rapid advances of electronic commerce on the Internet, the use of credit cards for purchases has become convenient and necessary. Credit card transactions have become the de facto standard for Internet and Webbased e-commerce. The US government estimates that credit cards accounted for approximately US $13 billion in Internet sales during 1998. This figure is expected to grow rapidly each year. However, the growing number of credit card transactions provides more opportunity for thieves to steal credit card numbers and subsequently commit fraud. When banks lose money because of credit card fraud, cardholders pay for all of that loss through higher interest rates, higher fees, and reduced benefits. Hence, it is in both the banks’ and cardholders’ interest to reduce illegitimate use of credit cards by early fraud detection. For many years, the credit card industry has studied computing models for automated detection systems; recently, these models have been the subject of academic research, especially with respect to e- commerce. The credit card fraud-detection domain presents a number of challenging issues for data mining: There are millions of credit card transactions processed each day. Mining such massive amounts of data requires highly efficient techniques that scale. The data are highly skewed—many more transactions are legitimate than fraudulent. Typical accuracy-based mining techniques can generate highly accurate fraud detectors by simply predicting that all transactions are legitimate, although this is equivalent to not detecting fraud at all.
  • Each transaction record has a different dollar amount and thus has a variable potential loss, rather than a fixed misclassification cost per error type, as is commonly assumed in cost-based mining techniques. Our approach addresses the efficiency and scalability issues in several ways. We divide large data set of labeled transactions (either fraudulent or legitimate) into smaller subsets, apply mining techniques to generate classifiers in parallel, and combine the resultant base models by metalearning from the classifiers’ behavior to generate a metaclassifier. Our approach treats the classifiers as black boxes so that we can employ a variety of learning algorithms. Besides extensibility, combining multiple models computed over all available data produces metaclassifiers that can offset the loss of predictive performance that usually occurs when mining from data subsets or sampling. Furthermore, when we use the learned classifiers (for example, during transaction authorization), the base classifiers can execute in parallel, with the metaclassifier then combining their results. So, our approach is highly efficient in generating these models and also relatively efficient in applying them. Another parallel approach focuses on parallelizing a particular algorithm on a particular parallel architecture. However, a new algorithm or architecture requires a substantial amount of parallel- programming work. Although our architecture and algorithm-independent approach is not as efficient as some fine-grained parallelization approaches, it lets users plug different off-the-shelf learning programs into a parallel and distributed environment with relative ease and eliminates the need for expensive parallel hardware.
  • We are going to use the ADACost algorithm. SOFTWARE TOOLS • ASP .NET • Oracle Database HARDWARE TOOLS • Pentium Server with Client
  • E-LOGISTICS FOR WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION OF AUTHENTICATED AND DYNAMIC LOGISTICS SUPPORT SYSTEM & MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION To gain a competitive advantage over increasing competition, organizations must constantly adapt to customer demand, vendor compliance initiatives and multi- channel issues. A synchronized warehouse process can maximize the organization’s facility while improving workforce performance and facility management. When was the last time there was an objective and a strategic approach/look at the organization’s warehouse operations? Warehouse Management solutions enable real time coordination of goods and activities within their warehouse. Logistics management is the process of strategically managing the procurement, movement and storage of materials, parts and finished inventory and the related information flows through the organization and its marketing channels in such as way that current and future profitability are maximized through the cost-effective fulfillment of orders. According to the Council of Logistics Management (CLM), logistics is the process of planning, implementing, and controlling the efficient effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer requirements. Fast information systems are needed to collect customer data on product requirements. In most cases, short order lead-time is the key factor in the success of the supply chain management model. This can be achieved by using fast communication links not only between the company and customer but also between manufacturers, wholesalers, traders, and suppliers. E-commerce has become a popular trend for conducting business transactions with worldwide exposure and continuous 24-hour sales operation. This has led to frantic competition among companies in soliciting customers sales order. Large numbers of companies now vie for their own websites for e-commerce purposes. Logistic management is the management process which integrates the flow of supplies into, through and out of organization to achieve a level of service which ensures that the right materials are available at the right place, at the right time, of the right quality at the right cost. Logistics Management is that part of a Management Solution that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customers' requirements."
  • E-LOGISTICS DEFINITION AUTOMATED CALL-OFFS AND E-LOGISTICS With E-Logistics, a call-off is automatically sent to a transport provider. The call- off is sent directly from the supplier's ERP system to the carrier, including all automatically generated transport documents. This makes the transport procedure more efficient, transparent and customer-friendly, and keeps the customer permanently informed of the expected time of arrival and the necessary details. Logistics based Warehouse Management solutions enable the organization to achieve dramatic results by implementing a complete integrated solution or target key operational opportunities with a modular approach. Either way, the organization will benefit from seamless integration with the respective solutions as well as with material handling, logistics, transportation, equipment and legacy and enterprise systems. To streamline the entire organization’s entire supply chain, there is a need to implement a LOGISTICS based Warehouse Management solutions in conjunction with the other components of the transportation manager for source-to- consumption execution and optimization. AIM/OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED SYSTEM The proposed system’s fundamental objective is that to design a software system, for operating on the logistics approach to implement an efficient warehouse management, to optimize the facilities, enhance efficiency and thereby increase productivity. PROPOSED SYSTEM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS HARDWARE Processor - PIII or higher processor RAM - 128 MB or higher HDD - 40 GB or higher FDD - 1.44 MB MONITOR - LG/SAMSUNG colour Keyboard / Mouse / ATX Cabinet SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM : WIN 2000/WIN XP/WIN 98 SOFTWARE : VISUAL STUDIO (ASP .NET) PROTOCOLS : TCP/IP WEB SERVERS : IIS WEB BROWSER : INTERNET EXPLORER DATABASE : Oracle 8/ SQL SERVER
  • EXISTING SYSTEM Our proposed Warehouse Management Solutions handles • Absence of Slotting Optimization • Non availability of Load Management • Efficient Billing Management is unavailable • Data optimization is a compromise • Efficiency and effectiveness of the system is not present in the existing system • Instantaneous route handling system is difficult PROPOSED SYSTEM ADVANTAGES E-logistics helps in Customer Relationship Management Logistics Planning provides Seamless Supply Chain Integration E-logistics in enhancing Production Capacity Results in sourcing Multiple ORDERS items from Multiple Supplies and Consolidation Helps in Order Scheduling, Tracking, Inventory Fulfillment, Invoicing Web-based technology which gives In-transit Visibility and Exception Notification Warehouse, Storage, and Distribution Services Inventory Management Enhances and improves the Order Fulfillment Pick, Pack and Ship Operations View updated route schedules automatically to see if a driver is ahead/behind on their route Track planned route hours and miles against actual hours and miles to see driver/crew performance See a breadcrumb trail of a driver's route overlaid onto a map to see where a truck has been Poll a truck to see exactly where it is currently located ABOUT THE PROPOSED SYSTEM E-FULFILLMENT Our practical yet innovative E-Logistics for Warehouse Management solutions help the organization to manage and optimize performance at every step of the fulfillment process, providing advanced functionality inside their distribution center, within their yard and across their extended enterprise. With our Warehouse Management solutions, you will experience a faster and more efficient flow of goods through the distribution center, meet your company's operational performance objectives and exceed your customers' expectations - helping you stay ahead of the competition. At present, Internet cyberspace has provided a complete capacity with the capability of e-fulfillment in a business transaction.
  • Apart from checking the details of the shipment content on websites, a customer with the correct password could track and trace the whereabouts of his shipment via this E-Fullfillment system. While adopting e-commerce tactics for sales practice, the company must give matching effort to fulfill the business transaction operation. In other words, the order must be fulfilled by logistical support and delivered to the customer with as short a lead-time as possible. If this lead-time could be shortened to then it has practically achieved the so-called just-in-time operation. By then the business transaction will only be about order cycle time rather than order lead-time. The freight transportation system is in the process of undergoing a major revolution as a result of proliferating Internet based logistics. The introduction of online transportation exchanges by many companies will enable shippers and carriers to interact widely on the Web. This new industry offers a wide range of services and has huge potential for advancing into an integrated shipping community. Development of Internet transportation exchanges is taking place at a very fast pace. In order to attract and retain users, companies are improving their strategies at a very quick pace. These transportation exchanges offer multiple attributes and also sell services individually. This enables customers to choose the one which best suits their needs. Some companies offer private chat rooms where shippers can conduct annual auctions or exclusively communicate with carriers. Using the proposed software, a shipper enters an order into the company’s ERP system and the transportation management system automatically conducts the entire process. This includes placing orders with carriers, approving the costs, confirming the order, notifying the carrier and consignee and accepting and making payments. By using these management services, shippers can reduce clerical works and focus more on strategic planning. Since the industry is in its infancy, shippers and carriers seem to be reluctant to utilize the services offered by breaking away from traditional practices. Another problem is choosing the best among the many exchanges offering varied services. This requires strategic planning and a thorough idea of the entire process is also essential. Service providers are doing their best to further support their customers by acquiring partnerships with banks, customs, and insurance agencies to enable quicker transactions. The future of online freight market seems bright. The Web Reporting feature allows users to post route schedules from the software to the web for access by managers, customers, or other personnel. This facility opens a vast array of management tools and benefits by allowing users to access and monitor vital route information. The proposed transportation optimization software suite of transportation optimization software is the most technologically advanced approach to systematically increasing revenue and decreasing cost across the entire trucking enterprise. This advanced technology enables the carriers to get higher revenue per loaded mile, maximize driver and equipment utilization, control the route, and minimize fuel and out-of-route costs while meeting customer requirements and keeping drivers happy.
  • PLANNING Pricing, profitability analysis, bid processing, freight mix Solicit, accept, reject, price Driver-to-load match Advanced solicit, accept, reject, price Logistics engineering, vehicle route planning & scheduling EXECUTION Route and fuel optimization plan Asset tracking, alert monitor, geo-fencing In-route driver-to-load re-optimization Turn-by-turn street level directions MODULES TO BE IMPLEMENTED 1. CUSTOMER REGISTRATION AND AUTHENTICATION (BY CLIENT) 2. CUSTOMER DETAILS MAINTENANCE (SERVER) 3. FREIGHT DETAILS MAINTENANCE (SERVER) 4. TRANSPORT DETAILS MAINTENANCE (SERVER) 5. FORWARDING (TO CLIENT) 6. TRANSACTION MANAGER- 7. ORDER DETAILS MAINTENANCE (SERVER) 8. ORDER TRACKING (SERVER) 9. TRANSPORT ROUTE TRACKING (SERVER) 10. DELIVERY CHALLAN DETAILS (CLIENT AND SERVER) 11. ADMINISTRATION (SERVER) 12. WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT (SERVER) 13. AUTOMATED CALL TRACKING (SERVER AND CLIENT) 14. TIME SLOT ALLOTMENT (SERVER) 15. TRANSPORT DOCUMENTS VERIFICATION (SERVER AND CLIENT) 16. DISPATCH MANAGER (SERVER) 17. REPORTS
  • E-GOVERNANCE DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION e-Governance Solutions for Better Governance E-Governance manages the entire details of all departments of the Government. It keeps track of the each movement of the concerned officials. The details pertaining to each and every department are maintained so that the WHAT IS E-GOVERNANCE? delay and the corruption in the implementation of the Government scheme E-governance or electronic will be reduced. governance may be defined as delivery of government services In automating the above process the and information to the public using project is divided into three modules. electronic means. Department Module Such means of delivering information is often referred to as Scheme Module information technology or 'IT' in Scheme Description Module short form. Use of IT in government DEPARTMENT MODULE facilitates an efficient, speedy This module captures all the details of the and transparent process for department like dcode, dname, and disseminating information to the authority. public and other agencies, and Once the details are entered and are found for performing government to be consistent, information pertaining to the administration activities. department is added to the system. SCHEME MODULE The details pertaining to scheme concerning the module are stored in the system for ready reference such as the Dcode, Dname, Scode, Sname, Date, Duration, and Authority. The details pertaining to the existing schemes are displayed in the screen. SCHEME DESCRIPTION MODULE This module consists of Dcode, Dname, Scode, Sname, Estimation Cost, Allotment Cost, and Source of amount. In this module we enter the dcode the corresponding fields dname, scode, sname are selected from the scheme table automatically. These details are displayed in the screen. OBJECTIVE SYSTEM E-Governance is aimed in the activities of the Government. It keeps track of the each movement of the concerned officials. The main advantage is we can save the manpower, time and money. It is very helpful to the higher officials to know about the exact status of the scheme. So that all departments maintain there own database to collect and send the information between higher and lower levels.
  • PROPOSED SYSTEM System analysis focuses on specifying what the system or application required to do. It allows individuals see logical elements (what the system should do) apart from the physical component it uses (computers, terminals and storage system). It is the process of gathering and interpreting facts, diagnosing problem and using the information to recommend improvements to the system. The existing system is the manual system. The manual system is prone to error. It is time consuming. It is very difficult for a person to produce report. There are chances for changing the scheme report and do malpractice. This system involves a lot of manual entries with the applications to perform the desired task. The proposed system is designed to eliminate the drawbacks of the existing system. It is designed by keeping to eliminate the drawbacks of the present system in order to provide a permanent solution to the problems. The primary aim of the new system is to speedup transactions. The report is prepared for the schemes and implemented by the concerned officials. NEED FOR COMPUTERIZATION Computerizing the activities of the Government, we can save the manpower, time and money. All Departments maintain their own database to collect and send the information between Higher and Lower levels. This project is made online so that the concerned departments can directly enter and receive the information. For example, let us have a look at the computerization of the Educational Department. Recently H.O had introduced a new scheme for the welfare of the school students. Step 1 : In this G.O is sent to the concerned department. Step 2 : Educational Minister sends this G.O to every district Chief educational officers. Step 3 : Chief educational officers collect the information from the schools. Step 4 : The collected information’s are sent to Education Ministry via chief educational officers. Step 5 : The education Ministry analyses the reports and the consolidated reports are sent to the HO Step 6 : Based on the consolidated reports, the finance ministry sanctions the amount to that scheme. Step 7 : All people can see the present status of this scheme. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION NODE - CLIENT Intel PIII 512 MB RAM 40 GB IDE HDD & EIDE ctrl card 15 SVGA color monitor SERVER • Intel stl2 server motherboard dual processor 1GHZ • 512 MB ECCRAM • 2*18 GB SCSI HDD with Ultra Wide SCSI Controlled Card • 52X CDROM • 15 INCH SVGA color monitor
  • • 104 Key Keyboard • 250 MB 2PP Drive • 2USB port, 2 Serial &Parallel Port • 10/100 Ethernet Card • Server Cabinet • 104 Keys Keyboard • ATX Cabinet • 2USB Port, 2 Serial & 1 Parallel Port • 10/100 Ethernet Card • ATX Cabinet SOFTWARE • ASP.NET, HTML • ACCESS / SQL Server / Oracle • Windows XP / 2000 OS Future of E-Governance In the Future E-Governance will be applicable & available in the following areas, fully functional & effective Transport Municipalities / Urban Development Land Records Education Healthcare Dairy Ports & Shipping Co-operative sector / Nodal agencies VAT / Sales Tax Insurance Property Registration Citizen Service Centers Why E-Governance Better governance - The cost efficient way • Government information resources are invaluable assets-the fuel of the state's economy. • This information has to be readily located, analyzed, and exchanged between government and citizens and between government agencies-by adhering to privacy and security obligations. • You require a highly cost-efficient and proven technology solution to be used as a cost-efficient enabler to make these happen
  • E-GOVERNANCE - PROJECT DESCRIPTION This project concept is implemented in one of the State Government process and is fully computerized named as "E-Government". It keeps track of the each movement of the concerned officials. It generates reports as the output. The project consists of the main screen as Department Information Scheme Estimation Information Scheme Information Reports DEPARTMENT INFORMATION Select the department information, it goes to the department html page for inserting the records. The person has to enter the department details like dcode, dname, and authority. Click on the submit button the values are inserted into the department table. SCHEME INFORMATION Select the scheme information, it goes to the scheme html page for inserting the records. The person has to enter the scheme details like dcode, scode, sname, date, duration. The details are entered then click on the submit button the dname for the corresponding dcode value is taken from the department table and inserted into the department table. SCHEME ESTIMATION INFORMATION Select the Scheme Estimation Information, it goes to the scheme html page for inserting the records. The person has to enter the scheme estimation values like dcode, scode, ecost, and acost, source of amount. The dname and the sname are taken from the department and scheme table for the corresponding dcode and scode and are inserted into the scheme estimation table. DEPARTMENT REPORT: SINGLE REPORT, ENTIRE REPORT Single Report:- Here the dcode alone is given as input. It is checked from the department table. If it exists then the details about the department is generated as a report. Entire Report:- Here on clicking the report button all the details about the entire department is displayed. SCHEME REPORT: INDIVIDUAL REPORT, ENTIRE REPORT Individual Report:- Here the scode alone is given as input. It is checked from the scheme table. If it exists then the details about the scheme is generated as a report. Entire Report:- Here on clicking the report button all the details about the entire scheme details are displayed. SCHEME STATUS REPORT: SCHEME STATUS, COMPLETED SCHEME, UNCOMPLETED SCHEME Scheme Status:- Under this we know the status of each scheme. That is we enter scheme code, it will display the scheme is controlled by Minister or Director or DEO (District Educational Officer). Completed Scheme:- Here the completed schemes are generated as report Uncompleted Scheme:- Here the uncompleted schemes are generated as report
  • EMPLOYEE PROFILE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Human Resource Management Application for Effective Employee Data Management The project titled “Employee Profile Management System“ is a Human resource management application that delivers effective employee data management and integrated directory services to lower the administrative costs associated with employee profile management. In the existing system, work flow notifications and leave request are not automated. Even for minor modifications such as personal information changes, employee has to request for administrator’s permission as the administrator has all the privileges to modify the employee’s information. This system enables employees to perform their own profile maintenance and ensures that data changes comply with organization's requirements. It enables the automation of work flow notifications and leave request. Work flow notification from administrator are stored in the backend and notified to employee, once employee log in to the system. Leave request made by the employee is placed for administrator approval, the administrator module checks up with the leave availability and approves or rejects the request. SYSTEM INTRODUCTION Every Competitive organization needs a centralized store of employee information, a complete profile of an employee. The term ‘Profile’ is defined as “an analysis representing the extent to which something exhibits various characteristics”. Employee Profile Management System is a web-based application that delivers comprehensive employee data management capabilities and integrated directory services to lower administrative costs associated with employee profile management. In brief, this application helps the administrator to track employees and to maintain their information up-to-date with ease. Typically there are various entities involved around every employee of an organization such as employee’s personal information, knowledge background and technical skills. The objective is to document all the information of an employee at one place there by establishing a centralized location for user authentication and security. Activities that are involved in this process are mentioned below • Collect, identify and store the needed information of each employee • Decouple the Business logic from Presentation layer • Make the necessary changes (such as addition, modification or deletion) • Accept or deny employee requests • Assist employee in own profile maintenance PROBLEM DEFINITION AND METHODOLOGY In almost every enterprise all the employee information is stored and shared among various levels of administrators using some web application, but in the normal web applications the business logic and view are not separated which leads to insecure sharing of official data. In case of even minor changes to the employee information, the employee has to report the request for change to the administrator.
  • ii Existing System Existing system maintains the Employee details in a large customized database, the business logic and the data presentation through web pages are not separated so the chances of loss of data integrity and consistency is more. Open information sharing takes place through insecure data presentation. Maintaining the employee’s complete profile puts extra burden and cost for the Administration. The Leave requisition and approval are manual and involves paperwork. Manual Time sheet proves to be a complex data maintaining system. Problems identified: • Time Delay • Involves Paper Work • Data Inconsistency • Difficulties in Employee Tracking • Additional Cost in profile maintenance Proposed System The proposed system overcomes the drawbacks of the existing system. Employees can perform their own profile maintenance and the system ensures that data changes comply with organization's requirements. Leave request and Leave approval are made through online. Employee tracking and Project Allocation are made available at the Administrator’s Desktop. Features: • Speed • Eliminates Paper work • Data Integrity • Fully automated employee tracking • Self service - profile maintenance DEVELOPMENT PROCESS AND DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS AND SPECIFICATION Requirement Analysis is done in order to understand the existing problem and formalize the organization’s requirements. This process forms the basis of software development and validation. Here the main emphasis is on WHAT the system is expected to do. Input Requirements The quality of system input determines the quality of system’s output. The system should accept valid inputs to ensure that the outputs that it generates are accurate and more reliable. The primary data that is required for the application are obtained from the master tables. The input should focus on the following aspects such as • Accuracy • Consistency • Reliability
  • iii Output Requirements The output depends upon the quality of the input that was fed in and how well the application is able to process those input details and produce an accurate and consistent result. The primary input for this is the time period and employee record. The user has to select the particular operation with the particular employee record to view the desired result. The generated output will be in table format, the information is segregated by columns. Software Requirements The minimum software requirements needed for developing and implementing this application is as follows • Windows XP • ASP.NET • Visual Studio.NET Package • Oracle / Access / SQL Server 2000 Hardware Requirements The minimum hardware requirements needed for developing and implementing this application is as follows • Intel Pentium 4 Processor • 512 MB RAM • 40 GB Hard disk • Key Board, Mouse, Monitor Detailed Design Employee Profile Management is classified in to two major modules. The major modules are again classified in to different sub modules depending upon their functionality. ADMINISTRATOR • EMPLOYEE DETAILS • PROJECT ALLOCATION • LEAVE DETAILS • ACCOUNT DETAILS EMPLOYEE PROFILE UPDATING LEAVE APPLICATION TIME SHEET
  • iv Architectural Design ADMINISTRATOR MODULE
  • GUEST TRACKER AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Guest Tracker and Hospitality Management system provides all the action that are happened in daily operation of any hotel. It mainly deals with Booking of room, Allocation details of rooms, cancellation of booking, Room Attendee details, Laundry management, Room rent, Room service, Billing, Room vacating. MODULES Reservation Booking Of Room Current / Advance Booking Group Booking Advance Booking to Current Booking Booking Delay Cancel Booking Check In / Out Details Room Details Room Types Conference Hall Room Setup Details Room Type Details Room Vacating Room Service Room Attendee Detail Housekeeping Codes Travel Agencies Billing Important Customers Details Foreigners Details
  • HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS This section below lists the details of the hardware and software that is required for developing, maintain and implement the above project SPECIFICATION Processor Type : Pentium IV RAM : 512 MB Hard Disk Drive : 40 GB Display Type : SVGA Monitor Key Board : Multimedia Mouse : mouse SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION Front-end : ASP.NET / JAVA / Visual Basic Database : MS-Access, SQL Server, Oracle NETWORKING CONNECTIVITY TCP/IP Network to connect to the data centers / Databases / External Interfaces
  • HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM INTRA - INTER ORGANIZATION HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS Human Resource Information System is aimed to integrate the activities of Human Resource Department of ABC LTD (ABC LTD). The Human Resource Information System maintains the following core activities and core processes of ABC LTD 1. Personal Information Management 2. Personal Training Management 3. Recruitment Process Management 4. Project Management The information collected through the above activities will be maintained in a centralized server and could be accessed through the Internet. The company has decided to create a corporate intranetwork to connect all offices and their network would also be utilized in case of implementation. The information collected through this management and process related activities are maintained as folios. PERSONAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT This management process is to maintain the details of employees who are working at ABC LTD as well as employees who are working in various client concerns. The information will be maintained by HR Managers of all ABC LTD and its units. Employee details that would be sent abroad and other concerns other than clients of ABC LTD would also be managed. PERSONAL TRAINING MANAGEMENT Employee will be given regular training on need in the latest advanced areas. The training management maintains a folio on the various topics on which the training is provided. It is also maintains the details of the employee who underwent/is undergoing /will be undergone training. The training has been classified into three categories. • In-house training • Offshore training • Abroad training The training management also maintains information about the guest lectures as well as lecturers.
  • RECRUITMENT PROCESS MANAGEMENT It creates a folio relating to Recruitment Process. There are three different methods to recruit employees. They are • Through direct recruitment • Through campus interviews and • Absorbing project trainees Direct Recruitment Direct Recruitment is done on the net. Resumes of candidates are received as either directly or by mail/e-mail/fax/courier. If they found eligible for interview they would be mailed indicating an user name, password and date of interview. The candidate has to log on into the ABC LTD server and he will be given a set of questions (mostly of objective type). He has to answer those questions and the HR Manager will process his papers. The process may include further interviews, direct appointment. Campus Interviews Employees are appointed by conducting interviews at college campus. The profile of the students who are interviewed is maintained. Is also maintains the details of the college. The selected candidates will first be given training in their respective areas and then they are put up in anyone of its developing unit. Absorbing Project Trainees The Project Trainees could also be hired by the ABC LTD concern, if their project performance is well. PROJECT MANAGEMENT The details of all projects done by ABC LTD are maintained. The projects are classified into two categories. • Offshore Projects • Onsite Projects In case of onsite project employees will be sent to the client concern. Offshore projects are developed in any one of the developing units. All project-related information is maintained. It also maintains the details of the clients who have consulted for their project work. It includes the client organization and nature of consultancy. The information belonging to the students who request to work as project trainees are also maintained. That includes the profile of the student as well as the project to which he is sent. It also maintains the student’s college information. The Human Resource Information System comprises of a login screen And 2 modules There are basically 2 modules User module Administration module Reports
  • User module exits for Recruitment process Company details RECRUITMENT PROCESS DIRECT INTERVIEW CAMPUS INTERVIEW ABSORBING TRAINEE ADMINISTRATION MODULE EXITS FOR PROJECT MAINTENANCE COMPANY DETAILS EMPLOYEE DETAILS RECRUITMENT PROCESS RESUME MANAGEMENT REPORTS GENERATED FOR EMPLOYEE DETAILS PROJECT TRAINING RECRUITMENT REPORT ONLINE EXAM REPORT COMPANY DETAILS RESUME DETAILS SYSTEM STUDY System study is a process that is to be done before any project begins .this will held to understand how the existing system is functioning and what are the drawbacks in it once the drawbacks have been identified it will be easy to design the new system avoiding these drawbacks also system study should explain what is the need for computerization. Existing system The existing system is computerized only but company details has been collected in a form and not stored in database it need to process more as ABC LTD is developing company the drawback of existing system is the only company details are maintained is client validation it make to move to proposed system. The existing system is about the details about the company as it is done during period of company development The company many branches and the details are not maintained in the existing system. The employee details are maintained in the ledger this makes the more time to take and maintaining is very tough to do the existing system has many disadvantage. this makes move to the proposed system.
  • PROPOSED SYSTEM The proposed system consists of the main processing of the company. The employee details of the company the recruitment processing of the company ABC LTD., as the ABC LTD is the software company in Chennai it need the maintenance of the company. The recruitment is made as per examination conducted by the company in the on-line of the ABC LTD. The company also conducted campus interview many colleges in the state the processing wholly done to the branches of the ABC LTD The branch companies of the ABC LTD is at maduari, trichy, coimbatore and triplicane. The each branch has is main processing in the company details and employee details recruitment processing and project details of the company. the personal management system has the both client side and organization view. The proposed system reduces the burden of the selection committee the ABC LTD also the system will be enable easy storage and retrieval of the data maintained in the system. PROPOSED SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS PROPOSED SYSTEM SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS Server : Windows 2000 and Client Client : Windows Client Software : ASP.NET Database : Oracle / SQL SERVER / Access PROPOSED SYSTEM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS • PIII and Above with 256 MB RAM • 40 GB HDD • Digital Color Monitor • Key Board, Mouse
  • DATABASE TABLES EMPLOYEE MASTER FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE RECURIMENT CAMPUS Emp_code(pk) Integer 3 FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE Empname Text 30 REC CODE(pk) Integer Email_id integer 20 Name Text 10 Qualification Text 20 Coll_name Text 30 Pre_exp_det Text 50 Coll_add Text 30 Pre_exp Text 50 D_of_inter Date Blood group Text 5 Performance Text 30 D_o_b Date Placement area Text 20 Job_code Integer 50 Areaof train Text 20 Job_nature Text 50 Ref_by Text 20 Marr_status Text 1 Refre_by Text 30 RECRUITMENT PROJECT Present address Text 50 Field name DATA TYPE SIZE Permanent address Text 50 Rec code(pk) Integer 10 Photo file Image Name Text 20 Pro_tittle Text 20 Pro_language Text 10 EMPLOYEE TRAINING DETAILS Pro_place Text 30 FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE Proj from_date Date Emp code(pk) Text 3 Proj_status Text 20 Email Text 5 Proj_to_date Date Job code Integer 3 Date_of_inter Date Train category Text 20 Train place Text 10 Train from date Date PROJECT_MASTER Train to date Date FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE Train person Text 20 Proj_code(pk) Integer 10 Proj _cat Text 20 Pro_place Text 20 Client name Text 20 RECURITMENT MASTER Client nature Text 20 FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE Proj_name Text 30 Rec code(pk) Text 3 Proj_area Text 20 Name Text 20 Proj_from_date Date Email Text 5 Proj_to_date Date Address Text 20 Qualification Text 20 COMPANY_DETAILS FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE RECURIMENT_DIRECT Comp_code(pk) Integer 20 FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE Comp_name Text 20 Rec code (pk) Integer 3 Comp_add Text 60 Name Text 10 Comp_city Text 30 Resume by Text 20 Comp_area Text 30 Passwd Text 10 Mail_id Text 20 Date of interview Date Md_name Text 20 Marks obtained Integer 10 Yr_of_origin Date Referance by Text 10
  • DESIGN OF ONLINE MATRIMONIAL WEBSITE The technical and the commercial scope involved in developing and implementing the project “Matrimonial Website” can be discussed using this abstract. This project aims at creating a full-fledged website for Matrimony. It basically involves viewing the details of the bride, bridegroom or both. The user can just browse through the site and can post or submit his/her details by registering himself as a valid User. The project is divided into two sections: • USER • ADMINISTRATOR The Users of the site can browse or look for details for a mach, for the bride or bridegroom. There are two types of users as one would normally have in any website. The first is the casual or unregistered user who can only look for details that matches the individual’s criteria. These users can also make use of the search option that has been provided. The other type is the registered user who can avail every option of the casual user and also has the option of posting or submitting his/her own details. But, before posting the details, the user has to register with the site. Upon registering and becoming a valid user of the site, the user will be given a username and password wherein, he/she could change the details or add more details to it. The administrator on the other hand has to check every registered user, as a valid user and is also responsible for the overall maintenance of the site. It involves validation of records, removal of redundant entries, username uniqueness checking, setting a time period for expiry of user details and check for expiry. CONTEXT DIAGRAM: User Details Registration Results and Listing User Process Login Id Bride/Groom Det Administrator Data Base
  • The data Flow Diagrams indicate the flow of data within the logical system and will help understand the project better. The DFDs have been constructed with the hierarchy of the program or the logical system. Problem Definition The problem definition is simply a statement in narrow terms, of what the problem is and defines the nature of the current system in terms of the whole problem that has to be solved by the outcome of the project. Those project has been prepared with the intent of creating a full-fledged website for matrimony. The organization currently does not have any on-line site for such a system, where users can enjoy submitting the details of the bride or bridegroom for a match. The client system does hold a system where in every request is fed by the person in charge, to whom it is mailed. The listings of all the user details as requested by the user is automatically generated by the system itself and given to the user. The requirement statement needed by the client organization, concentrates on the need of a portal which deals with maintenance and holding a database for bride, groom and not for match making. Such a system requires heavy administration facilities and an attractive user-interface for site browsing. The problem statement can be simply as the need to create and maintain a website for matrimonial purposes. The above-mentioned statement is just an epitome of the whole project. Through the details look simple enough, there would be a study of the client’s requisites for this project. The requirement study for the system analysis phase requires the comprehension of ‘what’ the client organization needed, than ‘how’ it has to be achieved. The client’s current or the existing system, does not have any of the on-line features mentioned. So the approach would to be solve the problem by first studying the requirements and submit a proposal to be acknowledged by the organization to be met by the client’s organization. DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION HARDWARE SPECIFICATION Processor : Pentium III / IV Primary Memory : 256 MB RAM Hard Disk Drive : 40GB Monitor : Plug and Play Monitor Keyboard : 104 Key Mouse : Logitech SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION Operating System : Windows 2000/XP Software : ASP.NET Database : SQL Server / Oracle / Access
  • DETAILS STUDY & FLOW OF THE PROJECT Results Results Administ rastion Login Id Administrator Registra User tion User Details User Details User Data Base Login Id User Login Login Id/User Bride/Bride Incorrect Get Groom Table password Login Select/Search Correct Login User Menu Bride/Groom Details View and Search Bride/Groom Details Bride/Bride Groom Table User Search Results
  • ONLINE ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING WEB BASED IMPLEMENTATION OF INTEGRATED SOLUTION FOR ENHANCED OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY ERP – AN OVERVIEW ERP is an application software and utilization paradigm by which an organization can ENTERPRISE RESOURCE integrate its diverse functions. PLANNING ERP is structured such that, if one part of an An information system that organization’s working impacts another part, the impacted departments information base integrates all manufacturing and gets altered automatically and ensuring that the related applications for an entire departments function in tandem, and not in enterprise isolation as they usually do ERP runs off a single database, An ERP system is an integrated solution, sharing a centralized database, with all enabling various departments to ‘users’… Human Resources / Payroll / Benefits, share information and E-procurement, Accounting, Budgets, etc. communicate with each other. being served by the same database through one point of entry. ERP systems comprises of function- specific modules designed to Data need only be entered or updated once, reducing errors, time and labor for reports, interact with the other modules, analysis, planning and program management. e.g. Accounts Receivable, Ultimately, time and resources are shifted to Accounts Payable, Purchasing, innovating, problem solving and direct budgeting, accounting, human service to customers rather than inputting, resources, material flows, etc processing, organizing, verifying and related “busy work” that burns through time and money. Online ERP is the web-enabled front-end for the company wide ERP software. Users are provided with web-based information and a central and uniform data basis. A Workflow Management System ensures targeted and secure user guidance through the required business processes. The online ERP software, needs the permanent availability of user-specific Internet applications is ensured. The online Enterprise resource planning software forms the backbone of business systems in manufacturing firms and many other businesses. The online ERP solution for the users are a strategic and coherent approach to the management of organizations for providing facilities such as loans to the customers or giving credit to the suppliers or to reflect their financial status in the respective industrial environment. It is the most valuable asset for the people working there who are responsible both - individually and collectively for the achievement of the organization’s goals. NEED FOR ERP As defined by professionals financial loans under various banking systems are having a lack of implementing effective strategies. But this seeks to obtain competitive advantage through the strategic development of highly committed & skilled workforce using an array of personal techniques. It is concerned with the employment, development, and the reward of people in organization and conduct of relations between the user needs and the financial systems. It involves all people of different line and length as well as the end users, which can specifically exist to make important contributions to the process involved.
  • AIM/OBJECTIVES OF THE SYSTEM THE PROPOSED ONLINE SYSTEM HAS TO integrate all facets of the business, including planning, manufacturing, sales, and marketing. As the ERP methodology has become more popular, there is a need of emergence of software applications that helps business managers implement ERP in business activities such as inventory control, order tracking, customer service, finance and human resources. The objectives are listed below: Challenging the suitability of existing business software systems Developing software long-lists for replacement projects Challenging the validity of short lists during replacement projects PROPOSED SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS PROPOSED SYSTEM SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS Server : Windows 2000 and Client Client : Windows Client Software : VISUAL STUDIO (ASP.NET) Database : Oracle 8/ SQL SERVER Web Server : IIS PROPOSED SYSTEM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS • Processor - PIII or higher processor server and client • RAM - 128 MB or higher • HDD - 40 GB or higher • MONITOR - Digital Colour Monitor • FDD / Keyboard / Mouse / ATX Cabinet EXISTING SYSTEM PRIME CONCERNS OF AN ORGANIZATION The size of ERP, the number of users, it wide-area-network capability. Need to have core focus, eg SAP - manufacturing, PeopleSoft - Human Resource, etc..., all generic in nature requirement for a proper System flexibility, ie is it expandable if the business grows and its limits. The cost involved for expansion, look at license cost per user and cost per add-on module. Different ERP vendors have different pricing models. Is it easy to customize the system, again the cost involved and time as well. Need to have the system user friendly, easy to use for the users. How quickly is an invoice raised following the dispatch of an order? NEED TO analyze the correlation between the salaries and bonuses related to sales performance? Need for analysis of the marketing activities targeted to responsive potential markets? To monitor whether the sales people monitored and measured in line with your business goals? Need for automatic web based interactions Automatic email and messaging systems Ease of use
  • PROPOSED SYSTEM FEATURES The ONLINE system design specification of the ERP, how does the actual system work, we will have to go into technical details with this, normally this will tell us the stability, security and flexibility of the ERP. The online system helps in supporting the levels from the ERP, helpdesk staff available, technical staff, consultants available, etc. With the proposed ERP system, all of these things can be improved. The proposed online system has every department to get better equipped to carry out key tasks and with visibility across all processes that we can obtain clear and timely information on which to base critical business decisions. Maximize productivity through re-organizing the human resources and other departments in your small business. Standardize and speed up manufacturing processes. Reduce Inventory and improve visibility of the order fulfillment process inside the small business. Integrate customer order information, right from closing the sale, delivering the product, and invoicing the customer. Web based solutions Ease of use Easy mails and messaging systems ABOUT THE PROPOSED SYSTEM The proposed integrated online ERP system provides an intuitive and flexible tool set that can handle all the front and back-office operations of a discrete manufacturing company. The proposed Online Enterprise Resource Plan is a software that integrates departments and functions across a company into one computer system. The Online ERP runs off a single database, enabling various departments to share information and communicate with each other. The proposed software ERP systems comprise functions such as specific modules designed to interact with the other modules, eg Purchasing, sales, customer, budget control etc. Online ERP is an ocean of integration and the proposed system handles only certain functions within the specific time limit. The proposed system does not handle the finance related and Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, production and its schedule modules within its scope. Online ERP is an Extended ERP System, which means it handles everything a traditional ERP package handles like Parts, Orders, plus many additional functions required by a manufacturing company such as Quality, Engineering, and so on. Most of our customers can install an Online enterprise solution. However, these customers need not stay with their existing ERP system, use various Online modules to augment their legacy system’s gaps and weaknesses ERP PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES Quickened Information Response Time Improved Order Management / Order Cycle Increased Interaction across the Decreased Financial Close Cycle enterprise Improved Interaction with Customers
  • Improved On time delivery Lowered inventory level Reduced direct operating costs ERP CAPABILITIES • Improve Quality/Visibility of Data • Integrate Business Processes or Systems • Improve Business Processes • Standardize Info Systems/Platform • Reduce Cost or Improve Productivity • Improve Customer Responsiveness • Support Supply / Demand Chain Processes • Support Globalization • Construct Technology Infrastructure ERP - KEY BENEFITS TANGIBLE INTANGIBLE Inventory reduction Information/visibility Personnel reduction New/improved processes Productivity improvement Customer responsiveness Order management improvement Integration Financial close cycle reduction Standardization IT cost reduction Flexibility Procurement cost reduction Globalization Cash management improvement Supply/demand chain management How is ERP Different from other applications? TYPES OF DATA MAINTAINED • Maintain Financial and Non-Financial data about a wide range of activities • Events Orientation -- Record events other than financial accounting events; record additional, non-financial information about accounting events METHOD OF DATA AND PROGRAM ORGANIZATION • Organize information more efficiently and provide tools to make information accessible to a wide variety of individuals/applications • Database Organization - All data is stored separately from the programs that manage it. This allows for (but does not assure) more seamless integration of subsystems and easier development of systems and processes that use cross-functional data LEVEL OF ENTERPRISE-WIDE INTEGRATION • Integrate and link information from a wide variety of subsystems • Enterprise-Wide Integration -- Across subsystems and transaction cycles and across financial and non-financial lines
  • MODULES OF THE PROPOSED ERP IMPLEMENTATION ONLINE PLANNING AND BUDGETARY CONTROL EQUIPMENT AND ENGINEERING MAINTENANCE ONLINE INVENTORY CONTROL ONLINE PURCHASES ORDER PROCESSING ONLINE QUOTATION PROCESSING ONLINE SALES ORDER PROCESSING QUALITY MANAGER HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMER MAILS ALERT MESSENEGER ONLINE PLANNING AND BUDGETARY CONTROL This module, will take care of the planned budget, for the organization. There will be a pre-planned input, which is the maximum limit of expenditure in the organization. The amount will be sanctioned, and the organization has to plan all the purchases only, in that amount, so that the limit would be fixed. This module will get the input from the finance department. There will be statements like the maximum limit for expenditure. This data will be decide by the finance manager in this module we would have only the following screens. This will help us to generate plans on demand, analyze material requirements, control production costs and scheduling, and manage resource efficiency. EQUIPMENT AND ENGINEERING MAINTENANCE This module will create and maintain multi-level bills of material, manage product data, design routings and standard processes, and track and control engineering changes. This module takes care of all the materials involved in the construction and their maintenance. The equipment might be of a smaller kind namely, hammer, jumper, saw, axe etc and it might be of a bigger range like bull dozer, proclain etc. these heavy equipment will have to be handled carefully so that there is no human loss as well as material loss. Hence in this module a complete list of all these materials are printed and they are listed with their full details like bill, date of purchase, date of rent (if rented), rent slip etc. ONLINE INVENTORY CONTROL This module defines inventory as detailed list of goods. In an organization, goods such as raw materials, finished products, spares, consumables, etc are kept in stock so that whenever need arises these items are available off the shelf and the business does not suffer on account of non-availability of the items.
  • It is imperative that every organization must have a good inventory control system, and computers go a long way in helping to achieve this goal. This module takes the care of the stock of raw materials available and it is updated every time continuously Manage detailed inventory records, maintain optimal inventory levels, simplify inventory transactions, automate frequently performed tasks, ship and receive goods, track material location and lot information, track serial numbers, utilize bar coding, and perform cycle counting and physical inventories. ONLINE PURCHASE ORDER PROCESSING This module will take care of the purchasing of the materials in bulk and this purchase module will take care of purchasing the raw materials and this will be issued to the inventory department. This will help in managing procurement, organize and maintain detailed vendor information, create purchase orders or generate purchase orders from planned orders, manage requisitions, and receive and inspect vendor shipments. ONLINE QUOTATION PROCESSING This module provides quotes and estimates to customers and automatically converts quotes to sales orders. Easily this module helps to create new items and associated bills of material and routings, copy and modify existing items, or quickly configure an item on-the-fly. ONLINE SALES ORDER PROCESSING This is the ultimate important module, which will be used to indicate the maximum sales. The sales are recorded with the orders placed by the customers. This provides the actual quotes and estimates, enter and maintain complex sales orders or convert quotes directly to sales orders, create new items, bills of material and routings on-the-fly, maintain price matrices, and ship finished product. QUALITY MANAGER THIS module inspects the incoming and purchased and outgoing or manufactured materials, inspects the returned materials, and intimates them as a report. This system does not trace the defective parts to their original location/lot, and maintain data on instruments and equipment. It is not within the scope of this system HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER This module manages the employee's salary and job histories, benefit eligibility’s, uses, and process payroll. EMAIL ALERT MESSENGER This module maintains the real-time workflow communication by automating customized messages to vendors and customers as well as employees for specific system events, via e-mail, on-screen messaging.
  • ONLINE VEHICLE RENTAL SYSTEM (VRS) Easy & Flexible Vehicle Rental & Reservation Solutions PROJECT OVERVIEW This project is being considered in order to reduce and totally eliminate loss of customers to competitors, and save the company from folding up. The current system is manual and it is time consuming. It is also cost ineffective, and average return is low and diminishing. Currently, customers can call or walk-in in order to rent or reserve a vehicle. The staff of the company will check their file to see which vehicle is available for rental. The current system is error prone and customers are dissatisfied. The goal of this project is to automate vehicle rental and reservation so that customers do not need to walk-in or call in order to reserve a vehicle. They can go online and reserve any kind of vehicle they want and that is available. Even when a customer chooses to walk-in, computers are available for him to go online and perform his reservation. When he choose to reserve by phone, any of the customer service representatives can help him reserve the vehicle speedily and issue him a reservation number. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT The VRS will maintain the database of all vehicles the company has. It will also keep track of all vehicle reservation and return. Reports will be generated bi-weekly. Reports for the Accounts Manager will detail the cost incurred to maintain each vehicle and revenue accrued on each vehicle. Reports for the Maintenance Manager will detail the present mileage of the car in order for him to take care of the vehicle servicing, and when each vehicle will be due for tag renewal. The Branch Manager’s report will detail total cost incurred and total revenue accrued, and the status of each vehicle so that he can decide whether to sell the vehicle or still keep it. 1
  • Functional Specifications • New vehicles arriving and being entered into the system. • Vehicles being reserved • Reservations being cancelled by customers • Vehicles being returned • Collection of funds from bank or credit card company • Generation of reports. • Side-by-side comparison of the cost of renting different kind of vehicles. • Side-by-side comparison of different kind of vehicle available for rental Data / Details includes: Vehicle (Vehicle Identification Number, odometer reading, manufacturer, year, model, available accessories etc.) Customer (Drivers License Number, State of issuance of drivers license, Credit card info, name, address, purpose of renting etc.) Company’s employee (Employee name, Employee ID, etc.) POTENTIAL ROOM FOR UPGRADES Subsequent versions of the system could take care of B2B (Business- to-Business) functions. This means the system could be interfaced with an hotel reservation system. This will generate additional revenue for the company. It could also be expanded to an Enterprise Vehicle Rental System, which would allow a customer to rent a vehicle at any vehicle rental company closest to him. This will also generate additional revenue for the company. MODULES OF PROJECT Login Details • Administrator Login • Users Login 2
  • Reservation • New Reservation • Step wise Reservation Details • Reservation confirmation summary • Existing Reservation Details • Cancellation / Delete of Reservation • Modify Reservation Rental Comparison Vehicle Selection Results Payment Details DEVELOPMENT / PROGRAM ENVIRONMENT Configuration used for Development Processor : Intel Pentium 4 Memory : 256 MB SDRAM Hard disk : 40 GB or above Monitor : 17 inch VGA Keyboard : 108 Key Pointing device : Asus Mouse Modem : 256 Kbps SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION Operating System : Windows XP / 2000 RDBMS : SQL SERVER, ORACLE Web Browser : Latest version of Internet Explorer Language : ASP.NET 3
  • PROJECT TRACKING SYSTEM PROJECT EFFORT TRACKING SYSTEM & SOLUTIONS The Aim of the Project is latest generation Web Based System for Managing and Tracking Software Development Projects. It is called "Project tracking System" for a good reason - it was specifically designed to make software project management hassle free and straightforward. Despite the simplicity of use, Easy Projects is a powerful and sophisticated system based on the Microsoft .NET technology and MS-Access. These robust technologies provide with a scalable and flexible solution to manage and track projects of any complexity level. PROJECT REQUIREMENT STUDY AND DOCUMENTATION The Project Tracking System (PTS) was initially developed to document, prioritize and track the progress of internal Remedy projects by setting milestones and establishing deliverables required to complete a project. As the application became more robust, other groups became interested in using PTS to manage their own projects. Using the Project Tracking System This document discusses opening PTS, how to create an PTS projects, adding attachments, setting up deliverables, establishing project members, creating deliverables and milestones to measure progress, project security features, setting milestone alert notifications, sending email from within a PTS project and more.. Notifications and Communications within PTS This document discusses all of the types of notifications that PTS sends to project members and customers throughout the lifecycle of the project. Notifications are divided into categories and defined for who receives a notification, what information is distributed, when the notification is sent, and why the notification is sent to either the customer or the support staff working the request. Advanced Searching and Reporting This document discusses advanced searching techniques including queries by example (QBE) and using the Advanced Search Bar to construct search statements to extract needed information as well as built in reporting and reports generated using an external application called Crystal Reports. PROJECT TRACKING SYSTEM - OVERVIEW The Project Tracking System was initially developed to document, prioritize and track the progress of internal Remedy projects by setting milestones and establishing deliverables required to complete a project. As the application became more robust, other groups became interested in using PTS to manage their own projects. The Project Tracking System (PTS) can be displayed in two different modes: Save mode and Search mode. Save mode is indicated in PTS by the Save button located in the upper right corner of the form and is used to create or modify requests. Search mode is indicated in PTS by the Search button located in the upper right corner of the form and is used to find an existing request.
  • MODULES OF THE PROJECT USER AUTHENTICATION TIMES TREE LOG PROJECTS LIST • PROJECT • TASK • BUGS • REQUEST REQUEST LIST SUMMARY RESOURCE PROJECT BUGS REQUEST OPTIONS AUTHENTICATION Project manager only having the rights to enter the sites and see what the projects going on. The former can be used to, for example, restrict project modules to use within a company. However if the people who are allowed to access the modules are widely dispersed, or the server administrator needs to be able to control access on an individual basis, it is possible to require a username and password before being allowed access to a module and databases. This is called authentication. TIMES TREE LOG In an organization each projects contains different module. Each modules maintained by single or more persons. The times tree log contains person’s details, project titles, modules, total time to work in particular modules, status of project, and task of all the things are viewed. In any particular user performance also find out this times tree log module. Also each person works also maintain this times tree log module. PROJECT LIST Created by Project Manager. He can create any number of projects and assign Users to the projects. A project is an independent unit and can contain its own customized Components, such as statuses and categories. Each project can have a different set of Users, statuses, categories, which are independent from other projects of the system
  • Requested - Initial request from the customer for ITSS’ involvement in a project. Investigating - Investigating and researching the project request to determine what resources including money, materials and people that are required to complete the project within the specified time frame. Active - Project is approved and resources are allocated and these resources are actively working on the project. Waiting List - A project that meets one of the following criteria: no funding available yet, not enough IT and / or business unit resources available to work on the project, or the project was put on hold by the customer. Rejected - A project request that was either not approved or the request was actually a request for service from our nested of an actual project. Completed - A project where all of the stated deliverables were completed TASK TREE Created by the Project Manager and assigned to Developers and QA. The tasks can be whether single or nested. A big task can be divided into small Subtasks and assigned to various Team Members. Task tree navigator gives all the group of task details and the modules that are hold by tree format. TASK DETAILS It contains each module details, what are all operation done by that particular project, who working the entire module, time duration ,status all things hold it has managed. REQUEST LIST Created by Project Manager on the request of Client. The Client himself can also submit a request. Once the requests are created, they are assigned to the developers. Generally requests are created when the client requires some additional functionality in the software developed by the company. REPORT Can be used by Project Managers to view the progress of their projects. Reports are efficient way to have a broader outlook of the project. A TYPICAL WORKFLOW 1. Administrator creates users, such as Project Managers, QA, Developers and Administrators. 2. Project Manager creates a project and assigns users to it. 3. Project Manager creates tasks. Divides bigger tasks into smaller tasks and assign them to developers. 4. Developers develop the software according to the project plan. 5. Team members test the projects and submit bugs to the system. The bugs are then assigned to Developers or QA. 6. Developers fix the bugs. 7. Project Manager keeps track of the project by setting the status of project bugs, tasks and requests. Project Manager assigns and reassigns tasks to team members if required. 8. Client tests the product and submits bugs and requests to the system if required. 9. Project Manager views reports to have a broader view of the project data. 10. The users fill their time sheets entries to keep track of the time spent on each project activity. 11. The Project Manager evaluates the gap between the estimated and actual time spent on a project.
  • EASY PROJECTS MANAGEMENT Using only a few clicks you will be able to see a complete picture of your project including resource allocation, completed and outstanding tasks, fixed and opened issues, status of customers' requests, employees/contractors timesheets and other valuable information. A variety of filters and sorting options will allow you to see certain tasks at a glance. Creating a task and assigning it to a team member will take just 30 seconds! Multi-nesting (hierarchical) Projects and Tasks Our system allows you to have an unlimited number of projects and tasks with as many sub-levels of hierarchy as you need. You can split large tasks into small ones, assign deadlines and team members, specify estimated durations and activity categories. Be effective - eat the elephant bite by byte! Employees/Contractors Timesheets Do you want to know exactly how your project members spent their working time? Our easy-to- use timesheets will help you. Each team member will just select the project and task assigned to him, enter number of hours, specify the status of the task and voila! - you have all necessary data in real time. Auto assign This unique feature will speed up your team response time drastically. Once a new feature request or issue is submitted to your system by the customer, the request or issue will be automatically converted to a task and assigned to a specific team member, based on your preferences (by username or team role). As soon as the task is assigned it appears on the person's task list. Easily Customizable and Expandable User interfaces, including colors, graphics and text, can be customized according to your company policies and culture. Easy Projects .NET is built on the Microsoft .NET framework and Microsoft SQL Server 2000. This means that it can be easily modified to meet your requirements or integrate into your existing system. Multiple Project Roles (Project Manager, Developer/Engineer, QA, Customer) Project tracking System uses a multi-level permissions system based on the user's role in a project. Each role has different access rights and can work only with the objects available to them. In addition, each role can be restricted to certain actions such as deleting the project or task, submitting a new request, assigning resources, etc... Issues (defects) Tracking Project tracking System has a built-in Issue (defect) tracking system. You can use it for your internal issues tracking or for client support. Once a defect is submitted, it will be automatically converted to a task and assigned to a member of the team responsible for the project. You will be able to track how many hours were spent on bug fixing and compare actual times versus estimated. Customers Requests Tracking Project tracking System allows you to keep track of all customer requests. Either a customer or a project manager can submit these requests. All hours spent on the tasks that are out of the original specification scope will be logged separately and this data can be linked to your billing system.
  • Email Notifications This feature will keep your team members updated in real-time and provide excellent communication within a team. Each user will be able to receive an email when the task or project he is working on is changed or assigned to him. . Here is one possible scenario to demonstrate how this feature works: • Customer submits a new request or an issue • It is automatically converted to a task and assigned to a specific team member • The team member receives an email with a new task notification • Once the task is completed the team member changes its status • Proper email notification is sent to the customer who submitted the request or issue. Just imagine how much time the Project Manager can save! Message boards This is another useful tool that will facilitate project's team collaboration. You will be able to attach a discussion board to each of your project tasks. You can have as many topics as you need. This feature will help your team to improve communications and keep track of all discussions. Files Upload Easy Projects .NET allows attaching files to a project or a task. The files can include executables, source codes, documents, images, etc… Forget about searching through thousands of emails. Just open the project or task and see all relevant files. Multiple reports and Statistics Project tracking System has a special Reports section. It provides you with set of ready-to-use reports showing all aspects of the project development process at a glance. You can view a summary for all projects, resource workloads, team member timesheets, estimated time vs. actual time and issue and request statistics. Flexible filters make it easy for you to see only the information relevant to you at that particular moment. In addition, since the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 is used as a database, you will be able to create custom reports using any third party report engine such as Crystal Reports or Active Reports. PROPOSED SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS PROPOSED SYSTEM SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS Server : Windows 2000 and Client Client : Windows Client Software : ASP.NET Database : Oracle 8 / Access / SQL SERVER PROPOSED SYSTEM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS • PIII and Above with 256 MB RAM • 40 GB HDD • Digital Color Monitor • Key Board, Mouse
  • XML PARSER FOR E-MAIL RESUMES INTRODUCTION Computer based system is a set of arrangements of elements that are organized to accomplish some method, procedure or control to processing information. The elements of a computer-based system are software, hardware, people, database, documents and procedures. These are point to point interconnected. Computer based systems use or incorporated software, hardware, documents and procedure. The system analyst defines the elements for a specific computer based system in the context of the overall hierarchy of systems. For instance, factory automation system may have sub systems like manufacturing system inventory systems and information subsystems. In turn the subsystems maybe divided into further subsystems. Similarly, in this proposed project there is a system, which has got further subsystem divided as separate modules. This project deals with the parsing application developed in ASP for the resumes received through emails. Most of the organizations expect the resumes to be sent through E-mails. When a company is giving a requirement and requires the resumes to be sent in mails, the company receives thousands of resumes. The program persisting here is, its very difficult for the Manager or the concerned authorities to go through each and every parameter of the resumes and then select the candidates, for the interview. It’s also a time consuming process. Difficulties Arising On receiving and going through each and every e- mail resume: 1. Time Consumption (Every email resume has to be read carefully and then selected) 2. Memory Management Inefficiency 3. The authority should be online to see the resumes, hence unnecessary usage of resources.
  • To eliminate all the above difficulties software is created, when the resume is received through emails, can be parsed through as ASP code. A user interface screen will be given where the authority concerned will just choose the requirement and based on the requirement those resumes that are matching would be selected. PROPOSED SYSTEM The Primary aim of the Project “XML PARSER FOR E-MAIL RESUMES” is to develop a parser for email resumes received through mails, for XML documents. INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT This project deals with the parsing application developed in asp for the resumes received through emails. Most of the organizations expect the resumes to be sent through Emails. When a company is giving a requirement and requires the resumes to be sent in mails, the company receives thousands of resumes. The program persisting here is, its very difficult for the Manager or the concerned authorities to go through each and every parameter of the resumes and then select the candidates, for the interview. It’s also a time consuming process. Difficulties Arising On receiving and going through each and every e- mail resume: 1. Time Consumption (Every email resume has to be read carefully and then selected) 2. Memory Management Inefficiency 3. The authority should be online to see the resumes, hence unnecessary usage of resources. To eliminate all the above difficulties software is created, when the resume is received through emails, can be parsed through as ASP code. A user interface screen will be given where the authority concerned will just choose the requirement and based on the requirement those resumes that are matching would be selected.
  • MODULES The following modules are used in the proposed system • HTML RESUME SUBMITTER • TEXT CONVERTER • PARSER • MANAGER USER INTERFACE • SENDING MAILS • REPORTS HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS This section below lists the details of the hardware and software that is required for developing, maintain and implement the above project SPECIFICATION Processor Type : Pentium IV RAM : 256 MB Hard Disk Drive : 40 GB Display Type : SVGA Monitor Key Board : Multimedia Mouse : mouse SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION Front-end : ASP.NET Database : MS-Access / SQL Server / Oracle NETWORKING CONNECTIVITY TCP/IP Network to connect to the data centers / Databases / External Interfaces