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Project Description Of Incident Management System Developed by PRS (CRIS) , NEW DELHI BY VARUN SOOD
 

Project Description Of Incident Management System Developed by PRS (CRIS) , NEW DELHI BY VARUN SOOD

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This is Presentation of a project of CENTRE FOR RAILWAY INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CRIS), NEW DELHI.Which is developed by PRS.

This is Presentation of a project of CENTRE FOR RAILWAY INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CRIS), NEW DELHI.Which is developed by PRS.

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    Project Description Of Incident Management System Developed by PRS (CRIS) , NEW DELHI BY VARUN SOOD Project Description Of Incident Management System Developed by PRS (CRIS) , NEW DELHI BY VARUN SOOD Presentation Transcript

    • BY VARUN SOOD 6190302620
    •  First introduced to India in 1853.  During 1947 there were 42 Rail units.  In 1951 it is Nationalized , thus it becomes one of the biggest Rail networks in world.
    •  Indian Railways is the world's second-largest railway .  6,853 stations, 63,028 kilometers of track, 37,840 passenger coaches and 222,147 freight cars.  Annually it carries some 4.83 billion passengers and 492 million tons of freight.
    •  Continuous update of information about current status and location of the assets.  Confronting and tackling the business challenges on a real time basis.  To modernize their operations and practices to suit the needs of their customers  To gain tremendous competitive advantage in the present and future business environment.
    •  Design, development & implementation of computer based information systems and associated communication networks.  Technical support and services to develop, setup , operate and maintain any computerized system & underlying infra structure. 
    •  Booking Simple ticket selling. No guarantee of seat.  Reservation Ticket & guarantee of accommodation.
    •  An online application of CRIS which aims to report every incident in the ongoing projects of different groups.  It is developed by PRS group.  Designed and developed for better functionality and performance of different projects of PRS group.
    •  To report the bugs and incidents of a particular project to the associated team.  To plan the schedule of activities , that ensures the proper working of project.  To track & manage the status of reported incidents and scheduled activities.
    •  3 – Tier architecture is three way interaction in client server environment. • Presentation Tier – constitutes user interface. • Business Logic Tier – constitutes business logic. • Back end Database – data is stored in database server.
    •  Model Layer – It consists the business Logic.  View Layer – It generates response to browser.  Control Layer – It receives the request for application & control way other two layers interact.
    • LOGIC DETAILS OF PROJECT.
    • Struts – An introduction.  Premier framework to design JAVA based web applications.  Based on JSP model 2 architecture.  Fills in controller & view layer, model layer is left to developer.  It is an open source framework.
    • Basic Components of Struts.  Base Framework.  JSP tag libraries. • HTML. • Bean. • Logic. • Nested.  Tiles plug-in.  Validator plug-in.
    • Action Servlet Class.  <web-app>  <servlet>  <servlet-name>action</servlet-name>  Receives All incoming  <servlet-class> HTTP requests. org.apache.struts.action.ActionServlet  </servlet-class> <init-param>   It is mapped in WEB.XML  <param-name>debug</param-name>  <param-value>2</param-value> file.  </init-param>  <init-param>  <param-name>config</param-name>  *.do shows default  <param-value>/WEB-INF/struts- mapping pattern here. config.xml  </param-value>  …  </servlet>  <servlet-mapping>  <servlet-name>action</servlet-name>  <url-pattern>*.do</url-pattern>  </servlet-mapping>  </web-app>
    • Action Class.  import  It is responsible for javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest; import processing every javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse; request. import org.apache.struts.action.Action;  import org.apache.struts.action.ActionForm;  Transfers data from import view layer to specific org.apache.struts.action.ActionForward; import business process in org.apache.struts.action.ActionMapping; model layer & vice public class UpdateUserAction extends versa. Action {  public ActionForward execute(ActionMapping mapping, ActionForm form, HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws Exception  { // Perform request processing here.
    • Action Forward Class.  import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest;  It encapsulates importjavax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse ; import org.apache.struts.action.Action; forward.  Import org.apache.struts.action.ActionForm;  Import org.apache.struts.action.ActionForward;  Forward allows to import use the alternate org.apache.struts.action.ActionMapping;  public class UpdateUserAction extends name for URL’S & Action { public ActionForward then this name is execute(ActionMapping mapping, ActionForm used as reference. form, HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws Exception  The return type of  { // Perform action processing. return execute() is new ActionForward("updateSuccess");  } ACTIONFORWARD.  }
    • Struts Working Diagram. strut-config.xml 2: Get Mapped Action 3: Invoke mapped Action Bean Controller 1: Post 4: Retrieve Data Browser ActionServlet ActionBean Data Resource Front Controller 5: Establish 7: redirect to bean state, appropriate view then place in 6: Establish Form session or State request object JSP ActionForm Beans 8: Get View The View Information The Model
    • LOGIN PAGE.
    • INBOX OF USER.
    • REPORT NEW INCIDENT.
    • REPORTED INCIDENTS.
    • INCIDENT STATUS.
    • DELETED INCIDENTS.
    • SCHEDULE NEW ACTIVITY.
    • PLANNED ACTIVITIES.
    • ACTIVITY STATUS.
    • RELEASE PLANNER.
    • RELEASE TRACKER.
    • STATUS RELEASE.
    • REPORT SECTION.
    • FEEDBACK.
    • MANAGE USER.