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Java library synopsis_1

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  1. 1. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System SYNOPSIS JAVA Library Management System Submitted by Mrs.Tejaswini Bankar Mini Project 1 MCM (Master of Computer Management)
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  3. 3. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Table of Contents ABSTARCT.................................................................................................................................................. 5 Scope and Features ...................................................................................................... 6 Master and Security module .................................................................................. 6 Transaction module................................................................................................. 7 Drawbacks of Present System .................................................................................... 8 Proposed System.......................................................................................................... 8 Out of Scope.................................................................................................................. 9 Goal and objective...................................................................................................... 10 Solution Concept........................................................................................................ 10 PROBLEM STATEMENT ........................................................................................................................11 Requirements Summary ........................................................................................... 11 Business Requirements.......................................................................................... 11 User Requirements................................................................................................. 11 Operational Requirements.................................................................................... 12 SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE.....................................................................................................................13 High Level Solution Architecture............................................................................ 13 Data Flow and Process Flow Chart ......................................................................... 14 ........................................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. User Profiles................................................................................................................ 15 Usage Summary ......................................................................................................... 16 SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE REQUIREMENT ...........................................................................17 General Requirement for Server/Client:............................................................ 17 DEVELOPMENT TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES...........................................................................17 DEVELOPMENT TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES...........................................................................18 Front End..................................................................................................................... 18 Back End...................................................................................................................... 18 Development Environment ...................................................................................... 19 DESIGN GOALS AND CONSTRAINTS.............................................................................................20 LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DATA DICTIONARY .........................................................21 1. BookStatus........................................................................................................... 21 2. BookMaster ......................................................................................................... 22 3. BookCategory ..................................................................................................... 23 4. MemberMaster ....................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. 5. User ...................................................................................................................... 23 6. Transaction...........................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM– DATA SCHEMA ER DIAGRAM ....................................26 ELIBRARY ER DIAGRAM......................................................................................................................27 ELIBRARY DFD (DATA FLOW DIAGRAM)......................................................................................27
  4. 4. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System ELIBRARY DFD (DATA FLOW DIAGRAM)......................................................................................28 Context Level DFD .................................................................................................... 28 0 LEVEL DATA FLOW DIAGRAM .............................................................................................28 PLANNING AND SCHEDULING ........................................................................................................30 Planning....................................................................................................................... 30 Gantt chart:.................................................................................................................. 31 PERT chart:.................................................................................................................. 32 CONCLUSION AND FUTURE ENHANCEMENT ............................................................................33 BIBLIOGRAPHY.......................................................................................................................................34 Websites....................................................................................................................... 34 Books............................................................................................................................ 34
  5. 5. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System ABSTARCT Today most of the library is using either manual system for tracking the day to day activity or they are using desktop, spread sheet like MS Excel application to manage the day to day activity. In this proposed Library Management System it will run in client server mode and user can check the book availability, they can search the books, library staff can issue, receive book, and management can check the report. System will store historical data. Management can anytime view the total book status, library card status. eLibrary is a complete library solution make this complicated function look much easier. The software is user-friendly, with user-definable preferences like Book category and extensive and search facilities, huge library of periodical data to analyze the trend of issue and receive of books..
  6. 6. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Scope and Features The Library Management System is designed & developed for a receipt and issuance of books in the library along with the student’s details. The books received in the library are entered in Books Entry form and the new student is entered in the student entry form. When the student wants to get the desired book the same is issued on the availability basis to the student. The issuance and due date for the returning of the book is also entered into the Book Issue form under third menu Book Issue. The student has to pay the fine if any on the basis of no. of days delayed deposit of the book in the library. Any education institute can make use of it for providing information about author, content of the available books. It can be used in offices and modifications can be easily done according to requirements From an end-user perspective, the Library Management System Project consists of two functional elements: Master and Transaction Module. Master and Security module Master and security module includes user security management, login security, book details, member master, library card, library transaction.  Login – Check the user by user name and password, All user needs to enter user name and password to access the system, system check the user name and password and give access the system resource only valid user.  Main Screen – It display available options, menus and toolbars to the logged user. System display option as per user rights. It also show the name of user currently logged in.
  7. 7. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Transaction module Transaction module includes issuing, receiving book and transaction report.  Issuing Book – This form used to issue book to the member. In this screen user selects book id, and library card id, system display the book and card history. If book is already issued it display message and details of last issued details. Same way system display card history for the library card no, if book already available it shows the message. If book is available and there is no book pending for received then book is issued and system saves the details. System also has powerful search facility to find the book and member id.
  8. 8. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Drawbacks of Present System Some of the problems being faced in manual system are as follows: 1. Fast report generation is not possible. Proposed System There will be three major components: 1. Stock maintenance. 2. Transaction entry. 3. Reports. Proposed system provides with following solutions: 1. It provides "better and efficient" service to members.
  9. 9. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Out of Scope The following functions are considered out of scope for Version 1 of the Library Management System. Versions 2.0 address items not in scope and those are not feasible during V1.0. Function Comment Version Linking and integration of any legacy system for accounting. Required by management to control and maintain the accounting activity 2
  10. 10. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Goal and objective This section presents a conceptual overview of the solution, and then provides an introduction to its requirements. Solution Concept The Library Management System consists of:  Master and Security Module: Master and Security module includes user security management, login security, book master, publisher master, member master, library card, general settings.  Transaction Module: Transaction module includes forms to issue, receive books and display the library transaction details.
  11. 11. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Problem Statement Requirements Summary The following preliminary lists are based on initial interviews Business Requirements The business goal for the application is to support an increase the productivity and complete automation of existing manual or semi automatic library management process. Business requirements are discussed in the Scope section, with the following additional detail: User Requirements User requirements are categorized by user type. System Users  Able to search and view the member details.  Able to find all the information like book details, book and library card transaction details in one screen to give answer to member query. Supervisor  Update book and member details.  Modify library card details if required.
  12. 12. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Operational Requirements The following requirements provide a high-level view of how the system will run:  Processor usage should not exceed 80 percent during concurrent uses.  Backups will occur incrementally throughout the day.  A full weekly backup is required to WORM drives.  Ensure that information is easy to access either, and meaningful for the system users and the company.  Minimize the technical knowledge that systems users need to access the
  13. 13. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System System Architecture High Level Solution Architecture High Level Solution Architecture of online Library Management System
  14. 14. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Data Flow and Process Flow Chart
  15. 15. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System User Profiles The following user types are expected for the Library Management System:         
  16. 16. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Usage Summary Library Management System Version 1.0 will address the following use cases. The complete usage scenarios will be completed during the information- gathering process. Use cases will be created and prioritized. Selected use cases will be expanded into usage scenarios and features that are derived from both use cases and the usage scenarios, as represented in the following diagram: Usage summary use case
  17. 17. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Software and Hardware Requirement General Requirement for Server/Client: Type Software Hardware Work Station/ Node 1. Windows XP 2. JAVA 1. P-4 2. RAM -256 MB Database Server MySQL 1.P-4 2.RAM- 2GB 3.Hard Disk-160GB 4.RAID Application Server 1.Win 2000 Advance Server 1.P-4 2.RAM- 1GB 3.Hard Disk-40GB Application ServerData Base Server Workstation 1 Workstation 2 Workstation 3 Workstation N
  18. 18. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Development Tools and Technologies Front End 1. JAVA Why Java? Back End  MySQL Why MySQL?
  19. 19. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Development Environment 1. NetBean 2. MySQL Query Browser
  20. 20. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Design Goals and Constraints
  21. 21. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Library Management System Data Dictionary 1. BookStatus Sr. Field Name Type Primary Key Foreign Key 1 Book_id INT(10) Y 2 Book_title VARCHAR(45) 3 Book_category VARCHAR(45) 4 Book_status VARCHAR(45) 5
  22. 22. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System 2.BookMaster Sr. Field Name Type Primary Key Foreign Key 1 Book_id INT(10) Y 2 book_title VARCHAR(45) 3 book_author VARCHAR(45) 4 book_publisher VARCHAR(45) 5 book_publish_year VARCHAR(45) 6 book_category VARCHAR(45) 7 book_keyword VARCHAR(45)
  23. 23. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System 3. BookCategory Sr. Field Name Type Primary Key Foreign Key 1 lib_book_category VARCHAR(100) Y 4. MemberMaster Sr. Field Name Type Primary Key Foreign Key 1 mem_id INT(11) Y 2 mem_name VARCHAR(100) 3 mem_address VARCHAR(250) 4 mem_email_id VARCHAR(100) 5 mem_mobile_no VARCHAR(20) 6 mem_registered_date DATE 7 mem_active VARCHAR(1)
  24. 24. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System 5. UserMaster Sr. Field Name Type Primary Key Foreign Key 1 user_name VARCHAR(45) Y 2 user_password VARCHAR(45) 3 user_type VARCHAR(45) 4 user_active VARCHAR(45)
  25. 25. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System 6. Transcation Sr. Field Name Type Primary Key Foreign Key 1 trn_id INT(10) Y 2 trn_mem_id INT(10) 3 trn_book_id INT(10) 4 trn_issue_dt DATETIME 5 trn_receive_dt DATETIME
  26. 26. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Library Management System– Data Schema ER Diagram
  27. 27. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System eLibrary ER Diagram
  28. 28. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System eLibrary DFD (Data Flow Diagram) Context Level DFD Context Flow Diagrams give us the complete details about the inputs and outputs for a given system. 0 Level Data Flow Diagram USER eLibrary Login Accesses View Transcation DBMS
  29. 29. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System 1 Level Data Flow Diagram
  30. 30. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Planning and Scheduling Planning Planning is very important in every aspect of development work. Software project plan indicated scope of the project, milestones and deliverables, project estimates, resource allocation, risk management, scheduling techniques and quality control and standard. Software project plan can be viewed as the following:
  31. 31. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Gantt chart:
  32. 32. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System PERT chart:
  33. 33. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Conclusion and future enhancement This project was developed to fulfill user and business requirement; however there are lots of scopes to improve the performance of the Library Management System in the area of user interface, database performance, and query processing time. Etc. So there are many things for future enhancement of this project. The future enhancements that are possible in the project are as follows.  Linking and integration of any legacy system for accounting.  Integration with bank database through Web Services  Connection to third-party OLAP applications  Implement Bar code reader  Web interface for members  In the area of data security and system security.  Provide more online tips and help.  To optimize the query which is embedded in the system.
  34. 34. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System Bibliography Websites  http://www.google.com  http://www.microsoft.com  http://www.msdn.com.  http://www.vb123.com  http://www.vbcode.com  http://www.sqltuner.com Books  Mastering Visual Basic 6 (Paperback)  Mastering Visual Basic .NET (Paperback)  Visual Basic Black Book (Paperback)  SQL Bible, 2nd Edition (Paperback)  Database Development in Visual Basic
  35. 35. SYNOPSIS : JAVA Library Management System

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