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Project Presentation On Live Shopping System


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Project Presentation On Live Shopping System

  1. 1. Presented By…Abid AfsarMSCCJanuary 2011
  2. 2. Why Live Shopping?Departmental Store has never used this system before – Introducing live shopping technologyNot many people know about itCustomer has to be in Store to view productsCash needs to be paid upfront by existing store customer.
  3. 3. Advantages of Live ShoppingEasy maintenanceLower overheadsCustomer profiling – identifying customer by their use buying and interestAutomatic processing of ordersNew and increased revenue channelsIncreased market reachImproved loyalty
  4. 4. Advantages of Live Shoppingto the CustomerUser friendly interactionsSecure transactionsProduct featuresUp to dateConfirmation of ordersOrders can be made from anywhere in the worldCustomers are able to shop around the clock without leaving their homes
  5. 5. Concept of Integrated Services “Digital brand integration is part of the evolution of product placement. Its simply another tool marketers use to get products integrated into shows. If you can put it in a package, we can put it in a show ”Diversity of ideasIncreased productivity, efficiency and qualityReal world – teams for projectsAiming for a fully working system
  6. 6. Separation In ModulesDevelopment of live Shopping Merchandiser module and WebpageDevelopment of live Shopping Customer moduleDocumentation for the above mentioned tasks of the project
  7. 7. Front-End ToolsJSP 2.0 Technology that allows web developers and designers to rapidly develop and easily maintain, information-rich, dynamic web pages that leverage existing business systemsJavaScript 1.8.5 Is a language which allows a webpage to have dynamic contentHTML 4.01 The publishing language of the World Wide Web.
  8. 8. Back-End ToolsMySQL 5.5.19 DBMS to store product and customer detailsJDBC 3.0 An industry standard for database independent connectivity between a computer platform or device operating in the Java environment and a wide range of databasesTomcat 7.0.23 Web Server Is a Java based Web Application container that was created to run Servlets and JSP in Web applications.
  9. 9. Online Departmental Customer Store World Wide Web Private GatewayFront-endBack-end Tomcat Transaction Server Tomcat Server Processing Network
  10. 10. Tomcat 7.0.23 AdvantagesAvailable for freeEasy to install and set upPlatform independentGood security featuresSupport for JSP 2.0Servlet API 2.3 compliance
  11. 11. Tomcat 7.0.23 AdvantagesAutomatic servlet reloadingThread-pooling and JVM load-balancingAutomatic deployment of Web ARchive (WAR) filesNSAPI and ISAPI integrationA command-line JSP-to-servlet code tool
  12. 12. JSP 2.0 vs. ASP 3.0 JSP 2.0 ASP 3.0Web Server Any Web server, Microsoft IIS or including Apache, Personal Web Server Netscape, and IISAbility to Works with any Works with anyIntegrate with ODBC- and JDBC ODBC-compliantData Sources technology- database compliant databasePlatforms Most popular Microsoft Windows platforms
  13. 13. JSP 2.0 vs. ASP 3.0 JSP 2.0 ASP 3.0Scripting Java VBScript, JScriptLanguageReusable, Cross- JavaBeans, NoPlatform EnterpriseComponents JavaBeans, Custom JSP TagsCustomizable Yes NoTagsMemory Leak Yes NoProtectionSecurity Against Yes NoSystem Crashes
  14. 14. Expected OutcomeThe expected deliverables are:The development of a Live Shopping system which, we hope, could be used at Departmental Store.Documentation
  15. 15. [1]. Online Shopping: the Roles of Shopping Values andPersonality Traits. Rotterdam: Erasmus Universities, 2007.Print.[2]. Internet Shopping: New Competitor or New Frontier?New York: National Retail Dry Goods Association, 1996.Print.[3]. Sundaram, Suresh T. Internet Shopping: the CriticalRole of Attribute-benefit Mapping Information in OnlineConsumer Shopping. 2003. Print.