(SIX WEEKS TRAINING)
Roll No. 101113032
(Center for advanced Computing)
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
THAPAR UNIVERSITY, PATIALA
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I hereby declare that the project work entitled (“Krishna Pesticides”) is an
authentic record of my own work carried out at(Mohali) as requirements of 6week summer training for the award of degree of B.E.(Computer Science &
Engineering), Thapar University, Patiala, under the guidance of Ms.Rajani
Pathania from 17 June to 26 July,2013.
Roll No. 101113032
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It is my pleasure to be indebted to various people, who directly or indirectly
contributed in the development of this work .
I express my sincere gratitude to my teacher Ms.Rajani Pathania
for providing me an opportunity to undergo summer training at CDAC
I am thankful to my friends Tanya , Pranav , Sandeep for their
support, cooperation, and motivation provided to me during the training .
I also extend my sincere appreciation to my friend Puja
Kumar who provided his valuable suggestions and precious time in
accomplishing my project .
Roll No. 101113032
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Summary Of the Project
Types of users
Introduction to the programming
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Details of the work
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1. PROJECTS MOTTO-
The main aim of the project is to develop a java based application which
reduce the burden of businessman for effective handling of stock ,credit , debit
employees and records of various transactions.
2. INTENDED AUDIENCE-
The project is for the businessmen who find difficulty in maintaining the
records for the large stock , credit and debit which help them during filing of
sales and income tax and can save the records of various transaction with the
different companies and retailers.
1. Stock can be added, checked and updated.
2. Remaining amount of retailers and companies can be checked and credit
can be subtracted from retailers account and debit can be added to
3. Transactions details of retailers and companies can be checked.
4. Employee information can be updated, checked and new employee can be
added and old employee can be removed.
Interface for completing the order of retailer.
4. TYPES OF USER-
Administrator- there are two administrators who have the privileges of system
and they will control all the system.
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Java is Platform Independent, Secure, Object Oriented, Scalable, and Robust
It consists of two parts
JVM stands for Java Virtual Machine, which is run time environment to execute the
Java API (Application Programming Interface) that consists of inbuilt classes used in
Java is a set of several computer software products and specifications from Sun
Microsystems (which has since merged with Oracle Corporation), that together provide a
system for developing application software and deploying it in a cross-platform computing
environment. Java is used in a wide variety of computing platforms from embedded devices
and mobile phones on the low end, to enterprise servers and supercomputers on the high end.
While less common on desktop computers, Java applets are sometimes used to provide
improved and secure functions while browsing the World Wide Web.
Writing in the Java programming language is the primary way to produce code that will be
deployed as Java bytecode. There are, however, bytecode compilers available for other
designed to run natively on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), such as Scala, Clojure and
Groovy. Java syntax borrows heavily from C and C++, but object-oriented features are
modeled after Smalltalk and Objective-C.  Java eliminates certain low-level constructs
such as pointers and has a very simple memory model where every object is allocated on the
heap and all variables of object types are references. Memory management is handled
through integrated automatic garbage collection performed by the JVM.
2. JDBC (Java Database Connectivity)
It is an API, which is used for the communication of java programs with different
databases. JDBC is a Java-based data access technology (Java Standard Edition platform)
from Sun Microsystems. It is an acronym as it is unofficially referred to as Java Database
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Connectivity, with DB being universally recognized as the abbreviation for database. This
technology is an API for the Java programming language that defines how a client may
access a database. It provides methods for querying and updating data in a database. JDBC is
oriented towards relational databases. A JDBC-to-ODBC bridge enables connections to any
ODBC-accessible data source in the JVM host environment.
3. Windows Programming
Swings in java is a rich set of components for building GUIs and adding interactivity
to java applications.
Swing includes all the components that you would expect from a modern GUI toolkit
that is table controls, list controls, tree controls, buttons and labels. The basic architecture of
swing is MVC, and are entirely made in java.
MySQL is used as database, used to store data. It is RDBMS.
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1. JDK 1.7
Net Beans 7.2
MySQL Database Server 5.0
Jasper Reports 3.7.6
4. JDBC Driver for MySQL Database Server
5. Operating System
Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista / XP
1. Intel P4 processor with minimum 2.5 GHz Speed
2. RAM: Minimum 1GB
3. Hard Disk: Minimum 40GB
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1. Login page
It authenticates username and password from database.
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2. Main menu bar
Any option can be selected for appropriate action.
1 .Logout - back to login page.
2. Stock -further options are Add to Stock, Update Stock, Check Stock.
3. Accounts - further divided into Retailers and Company account
4. Employs - we can add new employee, delete existing, update information of
existing employee, check information of all employees.
5. Order – interface for completing the order of retailers.
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3. Add new item to stock
Company name is selected first and then its new product is entered and quantity
is added after clicking submit button.
We can enter cost price and selling price of that product.
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4.Add quantity of existing product
Company name is selected first and then its product is selected and quantity is
added after clicking submit button.
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5. Update Stock
Cost Price and selling price of a product can be changed according to the
requirement after selecting the company and its product
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Particular company is selected and all products will be displayed in table.
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If some retailer returns back the money to wholesaler, same amount is
subtracted from their account.
First retaile is selected and amount to be deducted is typed in credit field and
SUBMIT button is pressed for successful operation.
We can also see previous transaction of that particular selected retailer in table
on the right hand side of page.
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8. Company Account
If wholesaler returns back the money to company, same amount is subtracted
from their account.
Company is selected and amount is typed in Credit text field and SUBMIT
button is pressed for successful transaction.
We can also see previous transaction of that particular selected company in
table on right side of page.
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9. Add a new employee
Various fields of new employee is entered and add button is pressed.
Id of new employee will be auto incremented from that of previous employees .
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10. Update Employee
Id of employee is selected and new information is entered and update button is
Previous information of selected employee will also be shown.
11. Delete Employee
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Id is selected and delete button is pressed to delete
particular employee as id unique.
12. Show Employees
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Information of all employees is displayed in table format with their id , name,
age and salary .
13. Select Order
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First retailer is selected whose order is to be completed and then product is
selected and its quantity is selected and then proceed button is pressed.
User can delete any item from cart by selecting that item and then pressing
delete from cart.
Available quantity of every item is also shown before and after selecting that
If quantity entered is more than typed then it will generate the available quantity
of product as message.
14. Final Order
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We can see final order with all fields and total amount of the order.
Press SUBMIT to finish the order.
Press BACK to change the order.
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In previous screen after pressing the SUBMIT button , total amount is added to
retailers accounts .
Press OK for another order.
We used MYSQL as the backend and used JDBC connectivity to access the database. The
java application access the database using JDBC and output the results according to the
query, which again takes into account the options, selected by the user.
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The following gives the various tables and their fields used in our database, which was a
major design decision of our project.
1. Stock tables -
All above 4 tables contain four fields
Product_name is primary key in above all tables.
All above 4 tables represent the company names which contain product names, its
quantity cost price and selling price.
2. Transaction tables-
represents name of company.
Amt - transaction amount with that particular company.
date of transaction.
Name – name of retailer.
Amt- transaction amount.
Date - date of transaction.
No primary key in above both tables.
3. Employee Information table-
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Empid – this is unique id given to each employee.
ename – name of employee.
Age – age of employee.
Contactno—contact number of employee.
Sal – salary of employees.
Emp_id is primary key and auto increment.
4. Login table –
Username – username of admin.
Password – password of admin.
Username is primary key.
5. Retailers table Retailers
Name - name of retailer.
Amt – amount of money given to wholesaler by retailer.
Name is primary key.
6. Company table –
Name – name of company.
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Amt – amount of money given to company by
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Check and verify
Enter id and
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Error if not
Reflect the change
Reflect the change
Select the company
Select the retailer of
and enter debit
particular city and
enter the credit
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Add new employee
Select the id of
List of sto
And Enter the new
Enter the information
of new employee
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when user enter incorrect combination of password and id or any field is left empty, it shows
the message accordingly.
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During the add to stock, if the entered quantity is negative the it shows the
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Case 3:If during upation of stock Cost or selling is negative , then it shows the
message as shown in the image.
If the Delete from cart button is pressed before selecting any item from list then
it shows the message as shown in image.
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If quantity entered is negative or zero then message appears “Please enter some
positive quantiy” as shown in image.
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If the credit is negative value is entered the message appears as shown in image.
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For changing password, if confirm password is different from new password
following error is generated.
For changing password, if old password is incorrect following error is
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This project is useful to those who have to maintain large stock records with transaction
records with others. This project is particularly for the pesticide shop those deal with different
products of different companies but can be modified for the use of other type of business that
have similar requirements. In routine , operations such addition of items to stock, change of
price of items frequently occur, this project provides easy interface to accomplish this task
and saves the time and there is daily to daily transactions with companies and retailers and to
maintain all records of transactions, this project provides all information.
FUTURE SCOPE OF WORK
Many businessmen who even today maintain all records with the help of pen and paper
It is too tough to maintain the records with the use of paper as it requires lot of space to
maintain and store all the records so chances of error increases as records increases.
In the case to match the stock record with the actual sales it is easy if it is computerized.
1. Java, The Complete Reference 7th Edition by Herbert Schildt.
2. My notes from 6- week Core Java training at CDAC, Mohali.
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