Data flow diagram for a bag maker

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Data flow diagram for a bag maker

  1. 1. DATA FLOW DIAGRAM FOR A BAGMANUFACTURER<br />10HM30 , SOURABH , Group 5<br />
  2. 2. LEGEND<br />SOURCE / SINK<br />Dx ! Data Store<br />PROCESS (WITH NUMBER)<br />Nature of Data<br />
  3. 3. Context diagram<br />
  4. 4. Invoice<br />Payment<br />Customer order<br />Customer order / mode<br />Shipping Confirmation<br />2.0<br />Accounting Dept<br />1.0<br />Sales Dept<br />CUSTOMER<br />Information<br />WAREHOUSE<br />In Stock<br />Check stock<br />Status<br />Order data<br />D1 ! Inventory <br />D2 ! Production Q <br />Shipping Order<br />Accounting Data<br />3.0<br />Production Dept<br />Order data<br />D3 ! Accounts Receivable <br />Accounting Data<br />Inventory Reports<br />4.0<br />Report Generation<br />ACCOUNTING<br />
  5. 5. Process 1.0 Sales<br />Customer Order<br />Order to Accounting<br />1.1<br />Customer Request Processing<br />Information<br />Order Data<br />Information<br />1.2<br />Inventory<br />Check<br />Status<br />Check Stock<br />
  6. 6. Process 2.0 Accounting<br />Instock<br />Customer Order<br />Order to Queue<br />Production Sequence<br />2.1<br />ACCEPT ORDER<br />2.2<br />PRIORITY CHECK<br />Order to Queue<br />Order Data<br />2.3<br />TRANSACTION PROCESSING<br />2.4<br />ACCOUNTING LOGS<br />Payment<br />Accounting Data<br />Payment<br />Invoice<br />

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