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  1. 1. Kill the STRESS, before it kills you.. . . Reach your GOAL, before it kicks you… Live the life, before it leaves you… Get READY, we will help you. Developed By Patel Smit
  2. 2. Acknowledgement “LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.”
  3. 3. Introduction  Brain Power Institute that provides teaching class for Students.  The Institute is an invaluable source for students, researchers and facility of EDUCATION industry.  The Institute is established in the 20th March 1992.      Teaching Research Consulting Training Learning requirement
  4. 4. Activities of the Organization  The main source for STUDENTS , STAFF and FACULTIES.  Huge collection of text books, reference books, and etc.  The library provides peaceful atmosphere.  Library gives facility.  Library also provides source of past years’ projects, exam and research papers etc.  In short, the library is the large source of the knowledge .
  5. 5. Existing System  To check availability of the book.  Manual system.  The librarian has to perform each task automatically.
  6. 6. Existing System  Time Manipulation.  Also updating is tedious work.  Issuing and receiving of the books is also complex.  penalty is very complex.
  7. 7. Need for a New System  As we have seen in earlier topic, the existing system following drawbacks which create the need for the system. 1) Time-consuming. 2) Searching challenging task. 3) Maintenance tedious work. 4) To calculate penalty for late-coming. 5) Generating reports is complex. 6) Maintaining register is complex.
  8. 8. Project Profile Our Aim    Students can easily take and issue books.  Students delight by delivering on-time and fast service.  Maintain for generating various reports.
  9. 9. Objectives Of The Project Basic Objectives      More Accuracy Speed improvement Data inconsistency Better error handling Integrity Other Objectives        The System will handle the maintenance of data . It handle entire transaction of book registration till issue of the book. Administrator will immediately acknowledged with error message. The Administrator details of Books, Authors and existing Member etc. Book wise search can be performed.
  10. 10. Core Components   HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS       Processer  Ram  Memory  VDU      Pentium Iv Or Higher 128 Mb Or Higher 50 Mb Free Space 14” Color Monitor   SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS    Language   Client Operating   System   Server Operating   System   Visual .net  Windows 98/Xp  Windows Server
  11. 11. Requirement Specification  Type of software they needed. They needed the software that built in latest software tool and easy to operate.  Features they needed in the software. They needed features like reports, easy information fetching about the students, publishers, staff, books and many other information.  Computerized Report Generation. Easy maintenance and retrieval of data.  Future Requirement. Centralized and secure database.  They can afford for computerized system. They can afford the computerized system as per our application requirement.
  12. 12. Requirement Specification Other Features Specified.  They want to work as fast as possible as the existing system...  Improve data inconsistency and integrity for the system.  More accuracy speed and better error handling feature.  Member arises search can be performed in the library system...  Member can check the available details of books, project reports and Journals.  The system will handle the maintenance of books and member details
  13. 13. Advantages  This project can be used for any company, for infinite number of products, and for infinite number of categories as it is totally generic.  The data of the member would be entered in the database.  There would be a safe storage of information of the member in the database.  Quick, easy, flexible generation of the member reports.  There would be a dynamic and fully computerized system would be developed.  With the database any data can be added, modified, deleted very quickly.  Security features are very much provided in the system.  User friendly environment.
  14. 14. System Flow
  15. 15. Flow Chart Start Administrators Enter User Name Is User Name and Password Correct User Register Add User Add User Detail Enter User Password Exit Disconnect correct user Verification Layout Book Search Update User Info Delete User Search by Title Modify user Detail Delete user Info Retrieve Detail Show Detail
  16. 16. E-R Diagram
  17. 17. Context level User_id / password Request For Book Correct Issue Book Library Management System User Member Detail Access Right Member Return Book Log Out
  18. 18. Zero Level
  19. 19. 0.1 User_id / password Login Assess Right Login File Check Conformation Request For Book Librarian S e a r c h Note Member Details Issue Request For Member Details Check Time Return Update Transactio n 0.3 F o r B o o k 0.2 Update Return Book Member 0.4 Add Book Details 0.4 Book Entry Member 0.5 Search Check Availability Return Status Of The Book Update Book
  20. 20. First level Search For a Book Request Request For a Book User Member Check For Availability Availability Not Available Return Status Enter Details Transaction Update Check Not Details Book Issue Book Issue Process
  21. 21. Second level Book Return Return Book User Member Check Issue Date Delay Calculate Penalty Update In Time Check Data Transactio n Update Success full Return Charges Penalty
  22. 22. Data Dictionary
  23. 23. Author table FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE NULL DESCRIPTION Author _id Nvarchar 10 Not Primary key Author _name Nvarchar 50 Not Address Nvarchar 200 Phone Nvarchar 10 Fax Nvarchar 10 Email Nvarchar 20
  24. 24. Author table Details      Author table is connected with the Author form. In this table included field name, data type, size of the character, end description. In the Author form included Author-id, Author-name, Address, Phone number,fax,Email. Author-id used for Primary key Author information is available for in this table.
  25. 25. Category Table Field Name Type Size Null Description Category_Id nvarchar 10 Not Primary Key Category_Name nvarchar 50 Not Category_Discription nvarchar 200 Not     Category table is connected with the category form. In this table included field name, data type, size of the character end description. In the category form included Category-id, Category-name, Category_Discription. Category_Id is the primary key
  26. 26. Supplier Table FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE NULL DESCRIPTION Supplier_id Nvarchar 10 Not Primary key Supplier_name Nvarchar 50 Not Address Nvarchar 200 Not Phone Nvarchar 10 Not Fax Nvarchar 10 Email Nvarchar 20
  27. 27. Supplier table Details      Supplier table is connected with the Supplier form. In this table included field name, data type, size of the character, end description. In the Supplier form included Supplier -id, Supplier -name, Address, Phone number , fax , Email. Supplier -id used for Primary key Supplier information is available for in this table.
  28. 28. Publisher table FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE NULL Publisher_Id Nvarchar 10 Not Publisher_Name Nvarchar 50 Not Publishing_year Date/Time Not Publisher_Edition Nvarchar 10 Not Address Nvarchar 200 Not Phone Nvarchar 10 Not Fax Nvarchar Email Nvarchar 10 20 DESCRIPTION Primary Key
  29. 29. Publisher table Details      Publisher table is connected with the Publisher form. In this table included field name, data type, size of the character, end description. In the Publisher form included Publisher-id, Publisher-name, Publisher-Year, Publisher Edition ,Address ,Phone number ,fax , Email. Publisher-id used for Primary key. Publisher-information is available for in this table.
  30. 30. Member table
  31. 31. FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE NULL Member_Id nvarchar 10 Not User_Name nvarchar 20 Not Password nvarchar 30 Not First_Name nvarchar 30 Not Middle_Name nvarchar 20 Not Last_Name nvarchar 20 Not Address nvarchar 200 Not E_mail_Id nvarchar 100 Not Land_Line char 10 Not Mobile char 10 Sex char 2 Not Security_Q nvarchar 100 Not Security_A nvarchar 100 Not Registration_Date Date/Time Not DESCRIPTION Primary key
  32. 32. Member table Details  Member table is connected with the Member form.  In this table included field name, data type, size of the character, end description. In the Member form included Member Id . User Name , Password , First Name , Middle Name, Last_Name,Address,E_mail_Id,Land_Line,Mobile,Sex,Security_Q,Security_A,Registration_Date,  Member -id used for Primary key  Member -information is available for in this table.
  33. 33. Book Master table FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE NULL Book_Id Nvarchar 10 Not Book_Title Nvarchar 50 Not Author_id Nvarchar 10 Not Publisher_id Nvarchar 10 Not Catogory_id Nvarchar 10 Not Suppier_id Nvarchar 10 Not ISBN Nvarchar 20 Not Price Nvarchar 8 Not DESCRIPTION Primary Key
  34. 34. Book Master table Details      Book Master table is connected with the Book Master form. In this table included field name, data type, size of the character, end description. In the Book Master form included Book Id , Book Title , Author id, Publisher id, Category id, Supplier id , ISBN , Price . Book-id used for Primary key. Author id, Publisher id, Category id, Supplier id used Foreign key. Book Master information is available for in this table.
  35. 35. Book-Transaction Table FIELD NAME DATA TYPE SIZE NULL Book-id Nvarchar 10 Not Member –id Nvarchar 10 Not Issue Date Date Time Not Return Date Date Time Not Actual Return Date Date Time Late Fee Nvarchar 8 DESCRIPTION
  36. 36. Book-Transaction table Details     Book-Transaction table is connected with the Issue And Return form. In this table included field name, data type, size of the character, end description. In the Book-Transaction form included Book -id, Member-id, Issue date , Return Date , Actual Date , Late Fee. Book-Transaction information is available for in this table.
  37. 37. Screen Shots On Menu
  38. 38. Testing   APPROACH  Functional Specifications are thoroughly reviewed for correctness, coverage and completeness.  Study of Design specification and Review for Requirement coverage.  Review the design of system components and their integration to give business solution.  Identification of units of application for testing  Preparation of database scripts for testing SCOPE    The system has different type of forms that were used for input, manipulation and output of data.   The System will be tested for the usability, functionality, reliability and performance of the application  as whole and in parts.
  39. 39. Future Enhancements  In any system there is always chance for its enhancement and extension.  This system can also be enhanced with the change facilities. Also with the progress of the Fashion Design system can also be enhance in future.  More facilities can be added to the system for its growth.  There is always scope for enhancements in any system, especially in the ever – changing world of computers.  The Fashion design System can also be modified according to the feature requirements the advancement of the technology.
  40. 40. CLR   Common Language Runtime (CLR)          The CLR is at the heart of the .Net platform. The CLR is a run-time engine that compiles IL code into native machine-language code when a Web page or middletier method is invoked. It catches system exceptions, manages memory, and loads and unloads application code.  The CLR features automatic memory management, called Garbage Collection. The .NET runtime decides when to release object references based on usage patterns. No longer are developers explicitly required to release object references or free memory. This should mean improved application reliability because fewer memory leaks can occur.
  41. 41. Why VB.NET?  Visual Studio .NET is a complete set of development tools for building ASP Web applications,       XML Web services, desktop applications, and mobile applications. Visual Basic .NET, Visual C++ .NET, and Visual C# .NET all use the same integrated development environment (IDE), which allows them to share tools and facilitates in the creation of mixed-language solutions. In addition, these languages leverage the functionality of the .NET Framework, which provides access to key technologies that simplify the development of ASP Web applications and XML Web services. It is recognizably the descendant of Visual Basic. An existing Visual Basic programmer will feel immediately familiar with the language. Its syntax and semantics are simple, straightforward, and easy to understand. The language avoids unintuitive features. It gives developers the major features of the .NET Framework and is consistent with the framework's conventions. Because the .NET Framework explicitly supports multiple computer languages, it works well in a Multilanguage environment.
  42. 42. Bibliography