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  1. 1. EDU-JUNCTION[Where Preparation And Hardwork Meet Success] A SEMINAR REPORT Submitted by Saloni Bhargava (080240116002) Sonal Bohra (080240116004) In fulfillment for the award of the degree Of BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING In Information Technology Hasmukh Goswami College of Engineering, Ahmedabad Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad December, 2011
  2. 2. CERTIFICATEThis is to certify that this work of Industrial Defined Project entitled “Edu-Junction” representsthe bonafide work of Saloni Bhargava, 080240116002 And Sonal Bohra,080240116004 for thepartial fulfillment of the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology at theDepartment of Information Technology, Hasmukh Goswami College Of Engineering, Vahelal,Gujarat, during the academic year 20011-12 and her work is satisfactory.Internal Guide, External Guide,Mr. Manthan Khopkar Mr. Nirav KansundralecturerInformation Technology DepartmentIndr Jeet Rajput,Head of Department,Information Technology Department.
  3. 3. CERTIFICATEThis is to certify that this work of Industrial Defined Project entitled “Edu-Junction” representsthe bonafide work of Sonal Bohra, 080240116004 for the partial fulfillment of the degree ofBachelor of Engineering in Information Technology at the Department of InformationTechnology, Hasmukh Goswami College Of Engineering, Vahelal, Gujarat, during the academicyear 20011-12 and her work is satisfactory.Internal Guide, External Guide,Mr. Manthan Khopkar Mr. Nirav KansundralecturerInformation Technology DepartmentIndr Jeet Rajput,Head of Department,Information Technology Department.
  4. 4. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Though only our name appears on the cover of this Report, a great many peoplehave contributed to its production. We owe our gratitude to all those people who havemade this project analysis possible and because of whom our project making experiencehas been one that I will cherish forever. We are extremely grateful and remain indebted to our guide honorable Mr.Manthan Khopkar for being a source of inspiration and for his constant support in theUnderstanding and Analysis of the project. We are thankful to him for his constantconstructive criticism and invaluable suggestions, which benefits us a lot whiledeveloping the project report on “Edu-Junction”. He has been a constant source ofinspiration and motivation for hard work. He has been very co-operative throughout thisproject work. Through this column, it would be our utmost pleasure to express our warmthanks to him for his encouragement, co-operation and consent without which wemightn’t be able to accomplish this report. We also express our gratitude to Mr. Indr Jeet Rajput (H.O.D., I.T. Department)for providing us the infrastructure to carry out the project and to all staff members whowere directly and indirectly instrument in enabling us to stay committed for the project.We are also thankful to the system staffs who maintain all the machines in our lab soefficiently that we never have to worry about losing files, creating backups or installingsoftware. Our grateful thanks go to our Department of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYwhich provides us an opportunity to sharpen our skills to develop a Project report in thisSystem analyzing by offering us such subjects in our final year of Graduation.
  5. 5. ABSTRACT In recent times, technology has spurred a massive growth in WebTechnology. Now most of businesses are running in online mode, so why notEducation field? That is going to become true with Edu-Junction Project,which is a means for people to practice online for various types of EntrancesExams, like GATE, CAT, GCET, which are necessary to get admission inMaster Degree. Where exam papers are available to practice on it. Whereuser can practice on specific categories of problems that are being asked inexam, according to their strength and weakness. It includes result analysismodule, which gives idea to user about his/her strength and weakness inparticular types of problems related to exams. And a part of system providesbasic information and instruction about exams that makes user aware aboutfor what purpose the exam is, marking criteria and syllabus of exams. User must register to access these facilities, where user is facilitatedto register according to resources s/he is willing to access. And some ofDemo tests available for free access. User will be updated with the newexam papers and News Updates section. By means of Help & support, usercan make query to administration for any type of problems and feedbacks.
  6. 6. LIST OF FIGURESFigure Figure Description Page No.No 2(a) Project mode(WebE) 7 4(a) Feasibility Study Organization 17 5(a) Use Case Diagram 23 5(b) Class Diagram 26 5(c) System Activity Diagram 28 5(d) Sequence diagram of user registration 34 5(e) Sequence diagram for User Test 34 5(f) Admin 35 5(g) Context Diagram (Level 0) 37 5(h) Data Flow Diagram 38 5(i) Flow chart 41 5(j) State Transition For login+Registration 43 5(k) State Transition For Test Module 43 5(l) State Transition For Help and Support 44 5(m) State Transition For Admin 44
  7. 7. LIST OF TABLESTable No Table Description Page NoTable 2.1 Risk Analysis 9Table 2.2 Risk Planning 9Table 2.3 Schedule Representation 10Table 2.4 Gantt Chart 11Table 3.1 Software Requirement 15Table 3.2 Hardware Requirement 15Table 5.1 Newsupdate 29Table 5.2 Registration 30Table 5.3 Confirmation 30Table 5.4 Category 31Table 5.5 Test 31Table 5.6 Question 32Table 5.7 Result 32
  8. 8. List of SymbolsSYMBOLS1. Notation for Use Case:- UseCase1 Usecase Actor Actor1 -End1 -End2 * * Association
  9. 9. 2. Notation for Class Diagram Class Name Attribute Operation Class AggregationZ 1 and * Multiplicity
  10. 10. 3. Notation for Activity Diagram/State Transition Diagram Intial State Final State Transition Fork/Transition Join State1 State Control Flow
  11. 11. 4. Notation for Sequence Diagram Object1 Object Lifeline Activation Message1 Message/Function Call
  12. 12. 5. Notation for Data Flow Diagram and Context Diagram Data Process Data Store Entity Loop Message1 Connector
  13. 13. 6. Notation for Flow Diagram Process Decision Manual Input Message1 Connector
  14. 14. TABLES OF CONTENTAcknowledge ment IAbstract IIList of Figures IIIList of Tables IVList of Symbol VTable of Contents XIChapter : 1 Introduction 11.1 Project Profile 21.2 Scope Of System 21.3 Technological Review 21.4 Organizational Profile 4Chapter : 2 Project Management 72.1 Project Model 82.2 Risk Management 92.3 Schedule Representation 11Chapter : 3 System analysis 133.1 Problem Definition 143.2 Existing System Study 143.3 Problem & Weakness of Current System 143.4 Proposed New System 143.5 Requirement Analysis 153.6 Hardware & Software Requirements 16Chapter :4 Feasibility Study 174.1 Technical Feasibility 194.2 Operational Feasibility 194.3 Schedule Feasibility 204.4 Economic Feasibility 20Chapter:5 System Design 225.1 Functions of The System 23 5.1.1 Use Case Diagram 235.2 Data Modeling 25 5.2.1 Class diagram 25 5.2.2 System Activity Diagram 27 5.2.3 Data Dictionary 29 5.2.4 Sequence Diagram 345.3 Functional Modeling 36 5.3.1 Context Diagram 38 5.3.2 Data Flow Diagram 395.4 System Flow Diagram 39
  15. 15. Edu-Junction5.5 State Transition Diagram 42Chapter:6 Imple mentation 466.1 Implementation Environment 476.2 Program/Module Specification 476.3 Security Feature 486.4 Coding Standards 486.5 Sample Coding 48Chapter:7 Testing 517.1 Testing Plan 527.2 Testing Strategy 527.3 Testing Method 537.4 Testing Cases 55Chapter:8 Screenshots 56Chapter:9 Conclusion and Future Work 639.1 Limitations 649.2 Future Enhancement 649.3 Conclusion 65Reference 66
  16. 16. Edu-Junction Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION____________________________________________  Project Profile  Scope of System  Technological Review  Organizational Profile - 1-
  17. 17. Edu-Junction INTRODUCTION CHAPTER-1 1.1 PROJECT PROFILE:The project which we are making is the live web based applications. EduJunction Project is ameans for people to practice online for various types of Entrance Exams, like GATE, CAT,GCET, which are necessary to get admission in Master Degree. Where exam papers are availableto practice on it. Where user can practice on specific categories of problems that are being askedin exams. 1.2 SCOPE OF THE SYSTEM:The scope of the EDU-JUNCTION project includes: This can be used in educational institutions as well as in corporate world. Can be used anywhere at any time as it is web based application (user’s location doesn’tmatters). This gives instant feedback to students. This gives greater storage efficiency - tens of thousands of answer scripts can be stored on aserver compared to the physical space required for paper scripts. Enhanced question styles which incorporate interactivity and multimedia. Further, it can also be useful for anyone who requires feedback based on objective typeresponses. Computerized marking is unbiased (fair for all individuals). Where user can practice on specific categories of problems that are being asked in exam,according to their strength and weakness. It includes result analysis module, which gives idea to user about his/her strength andweakness in particular types of problems related to exams. A part of system provides basic information and instruction about exams that makes useraware about for what purpose the exam is, marking criteria and syllabus of exams. 1.3 TECHNOLOGICAL REVIEW: Tool Used: Net Beans Technology Used: Sun JAVA - 2-
  18. 18. Edu-JunctionThe Sun JAVA strategy was presented by Sun Microsystems officials to the rest of the world inaround1994.1. What is Java?-Java technology is both a programming language and a platform-The Java is Sun’s comprehensive and consistent programming model for building applicationsthat have visually stunning user experiences, seamless and secure communication, and the abilityto model a range of business processes.-The Java programming language is a high- level language that can be characterized by all of thefollowing buzzwords: Simple, Architecture neutral, Object oriented, Portable, Distributed, Highperformance, Multithreaded, Robust, Dynamic and Secure2. The Java platform has two components: -The Java Virtual Machine:-Its the base for the Java platform and is ported onto various hardware-based platforms. -The Java Application Programming Interface (API) :- The API is a large collection of ready-made software components that provide many useful capabilitie s. Back-End: MySql DATABASE MySQL, a product from Sun Microsystems is a relational database management system combines the relational Database Engine with a graphical user interface and software development tools. It is the core service for storing, processing, and securing data. The Database Engine provides controlled access and rapid transaction processing to meet the requirements of the most demanding data consuming applications within your enterprise. The Database Engine also provides rich support for sustaining high availability. - 3-
  19. 19. Edu-Junction MySQL: MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) that runs as a server providing multi- user access to a number of databases. Free-software-open source projects that require a full- featured database management system often use MySQL. For commercial use, several paid editions are available, and offer additional functionality. Applications which use MySQL databases include Joomla, Word Process, MyBB, phpBB, Drupla and other software built on the LAMP software stack. MySQL is also used in many high-profile, large-scale Web products, including Wikipedia, Google (though not for searches) and Facebook. Features of MySQL: Cross-platform support Stored procedures Updatable Views True Varchar support Information schema Independent storage engines SSL support Query caching Replication Embedded database library Partial Unicode support (UTF-8 and UCS-2 encoded strings are limited to the BMP) Hot backup (via mysqlhotcopy) under certain conditions. 1.4 ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE: White Pearl IT Solution White Pearl IT Solution has clear mission Providing Offshore Services & BPO Solutions to US, UK, AUS & Middle East Markets. White Pearl IT Solution Is a software development and information technology co mpany providing outsourcing solutions to - 4-
  20. 20. Edu-Junction enterprises worldwide? White Pearl IT Solution Offers you the ability to leverage high quality software engineering and Software Programming talent. White Pearl IT Solution’ Software Development Center provides a scalable and cost effective solution to your IT needs.  Projects White Pearl IT Solution Has built several large websites with critical business requirements. White Pearl IT Solution have built content management sites, web-based solutions for document collaboration and approval, and web-based search and reporting systems to name a few. Expertise has helped companies meet the challenges of exponential data growth, critical performance requirements and high usability expectations. Service Technologies - 5-
  21. 21. Edu-Junction Focuses Clients who work with them do not need to juggle different suppliers on their web project. In fact they offer world class solutions in the fields of: -WebDesign -WebApplicationDevelopment -ContentManagementSystems -eCommercesolutions -SearchEngineOptimisation and SocialMediaConsultancy - Multimedia Development including Virtual Tours and Interactive Presentations  Company’s Global Presence- India- US- UK- Kenya - 6-
  22. 22. Edu-Junction Chapter 2 PROJECT MANAGEMENT_____________________________________________  Project Model  Risk Management  Schedule Representation - 7-
  23. 23. Edu-JunctionPRODUCT MANAGEMENT CHAPTER-2 2.1 PROJECT MODEL: Figure 2(a) WebE Process Model The WebE process modela) Formulation: An activity that identifies the goals and objectives of the webapp and establishes the scope for the first increment.b) Planning: It estimates overall project cost, evaluates risks associated with the development effort and defines a finely granulated sched ule for subsequent increments.c) Analysis: It establishes technical requirements for the Webapp and identifies the content items that will be incorporated.d) Engineering: It incorporates two parallel tasks illustrated on the right side in the fig. Content Design and production are tasks performed by nontechnical members of the Web - 8-
  24. 24. Edu-Junction team. The intend of these tasks it to design produce and acquire all text, graphics, audio, video content that are to become integrated into the Webapp.e) Page generation: It is a construction activity that makes heavy use of automated tools for Webapp creation. The content defines the engineering activity is merged with the architectural , navigation, and interface designs to produce executable web pages in HTML,XML and other process oriented languages.f) Custome r Evaluation: Each increment produced as part of the web-e process is reviewed during customer evaluation. This is the point at which the changes are requested. These changes are integrated into the next path through the increme ntal process flow. 2.2 RISK MANAGEMENT: Risk analysis and management are the series of step that has software team to understand and manage uncertain risk effects quality of software being develop and enhance proper management for the same is needed. 2.2.1 Risk Identification Risks pose a threat to all software systems in any organization. They always involves two characteristics namely uncertainty and loss. Risks types are categorized as requirement risks, project risks, technical risks, business risks, organizational risks, tool risks, estimation risks and product risks. All the possible risks have been taken into consideration and have been categorizes as per their level. 2.2.2 Risk Analysis and Risk Planning During risk analysis process, each of the identified risk is considered and is placed as per their probability of occurrence and the effect of the software. The table below shows the details. - 9-
  25. 25. Edu-Junction Table 2.1:Risk Analysis Sr. no Risk probability Effect 1 Very low (<10%) Insignificant 2 Low (10-25%) Tolerable 3 Moderate (25-50%) Serious 4 High (50-75%) Catastrophic 5 Very high (>75%) S/w not acceptable The risk which might be encounter after setting up the server are shown as belowin the table or application concise different internal and external risk. Internal riskbasically comprises with hardware failure, server down, power interruption and issolution is specified in the table given below. External risk associated with the applicationcomprise of virus, hacking and corruption of files. Solution for this is specie in the belowtable. Table 2.2: Risk Planning Sr. no Risk Type Probability Impact of risk Solution 1 h/w failure Internal Low Serious Back up 2 Virus External High Serious Antivirus 3 Hacking External Low Moderate Firemall 4 File corruption External Moderate Serious Back up 5 Server down Internal High Serious Mirror site 6 Power interruption Internal Low Low Ups - 10 -
  26. 26. Edu-Junction2.3 SCHEDULE REPRESENTATION:Scheduling is the activity of specifying milestones and assigning target dates to thosemilestones to ensure that deadlines are adhered to. 2.3.1 Work Breakdown Structure The WBS should be developed before the schedule, that is, it depicts the main parts of the project. The WBS is a good way to show the scope of the job. Participants begin to see responsibilities before getting into details, which are the main focus of the schedule. Essentially, the WBS is a reflection of deliverables. It is not the activities or tasks, but what the customer will get at various stages. Table 2.3: Schedule RepresentationMilestone:The milestone is an event that represents a point of special significance in the project.Usually it is the completion of a major phase. A milestone is characterized bydeliverables, that is, something we can see or touch - 11 -
  27. 27. Edu-Junction2.3.2 Activity ChartGantt chart is one type of bar chart which gives the visual representation of the activities donein project development with the flow of time. Each activity in Gantt chart is shown in left sideand a bar on time scale is shown in right side. Table 2.4: Gantt chart - 12 -
  28. 28. Edu-Junction Chapter 3 SYSTEM ANALYSIS_____________________________________________  Problem Definition  Existing System Study  Problem & Weaknesses of Current System  Proposed New System  Requirement Analysis  Functional Requirements  Non-Functional Requirements  Hardware & software requirements - 13 -
  29. 29. Edu-Junction SYSTEMAnalysis 3. System ANALYSIS CHAPTER-3 3.1 PROBLEM DEFINITION: Edu-Junction is the latest way of giving and conducting exams influenced by the information technology. Examinations can be conducted from anywhere in the world with the help of internet and in the same way they can be given from anywhere at any time. There is no paper-pencil work. 3.2 EXISTING SYSTEM STUDY: The first problem is that there are loads of hard copied documents being generated. This brings us to the age-old discussion of keeping information in the form databases versus keeping the same on sheets of paper. The whole process of assigning test and evaluating their scores after the test, was done manually till date. Processing the test paper i.e checking and distributing respective scores use to take time when the software was not installed. 3.3 PROBLEM & WEAKNESS OF CURRENT SYSTEM: Limitations of existing manual system: The existing system is time consuming. It consumes lot of manpower for better results. Lack of data security. Retrieval of data takes lot of time. Reports take time to produce. Lack of space for storage. 3.4 PROPOSED NEW SYSTEM: This Project will generate computerized reports. This Project will reduce the manual works and loads for student as well as institution. This Project will reduce the waiting time for getting the reports for both students and institutions. - 14 -
  30. 30. Edu-Junction This Project will improve student satisfaction with institutional services. This Project will be highly desirable for future execution. 3.5 REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS: 3.5.1 Functional Requirements Analyzing the basic Requirement of the project we concluded that the website should be such as that  The candidate can register to give online exams.  Student can choose multiple courses like GATE, CAT, GCET, etc. to give online exams.  There can be forums, blogs, etc to discuss various queries of the candidate.  It includes result analysis module, which gives idea to user about his/her strength and weakness in particular types of problems related to exams.  Administrator can generate reports, log files, back up/recovery of data at any time.  Time limit of the test if provided.  System should be able to notify the student about the exam’s rules and regulations.  System should be capable of disabling the refresh, copy paste and backtracking of the page.  System provides basic information and instruction about exams that makes user aware about exams. 3.5.2 Non-Functional Requirements  Secure access of confidential data (user’s details). SSL can be used.  24 X 7 availability.  Better component design to get better performance at peak time.  Flexible service based architecture will be highly desirable for future extension.  System should be able to handle multiple users. - 15 -
  31. 31. Edu-Junction3.6 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS:  SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT Table 3.1: Software Requirement Software Requirement Ope rating System Window XP or more Inte rnet Explorer (Front End) IE 6 + Editor NetBeans 6.8 IDE Technology Java Programming Language Java Database Specification MySQL  HARDWARE REQUIREMENT Table 3.2: Hardware Requirement Hardware Minimum Requirement CPU Speed 1 GHz RAM 256 MB Hard-disk Space 40 GB Processor Pentium III - 16 -
  32. 32. Edu-Junction Chapter 4 FEASIBILITY STUDY _____________________________________________ Technical Feasibility Operational Feasibility Schedule Feasibility Economic Feasibility - 17 -
  33. 33. Edu-JunctionFEASIBLITY STUDY CHAPTER-4For any project the feasibility analysis is very important. The feasibility analysis showsthe developers all the aspects of the project and they can know that whether the project ispractically possible to develop worth limited resources and time. The Feasibility Study references and summarizes the design planning and work STUDY Other Documents: Federal funding requests, etc. Requirements Definition, General Design, Needs Assessment, Prioritization Project Management Methodology Process Business Requirements & NeedsFigure: 4(a) Feasibility Study Organization - 18 -
  34. 34. Edu-Junction 4.1 TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY: The technical feasibility deals with the technology and the tools used to develop thesystem. The requirement of the system when clearly known then a language or tool whichever is selected must be capable of satisfying all the needs, following are some pointsunderlying the concept of technical feasibility. The organization has a well integrated MIS department with the technologies which maysatisfy all or almost all requirement of the current system the data running in the application. The proposed technology platform has the capacity to hold the interfaces and also havethe provision to include some of expected future requirement and features. For better operational situation the organization is constantly in touch with the technicalplatform and updates the status of technology. 4.2 OPERATIONAL FEASIBILITY: Any project or an application which is developed with a purpose to fulfill can be beneficial only if it satisfies the organization requirements. In any MIS setup a new system must not only be robust but also needs to work in tender with existing system to he extent possible in order to reduce the work in the newer version of the system. Following are some points underlying the concept of the operational feasibility. The system was well supported by the management with the part in development of the system. The most important information regarding the requirements needed in the system can be best achieved through conversation with the users of the system. With this the developer can know about the exact problems which were faced in the order system so that they can be eliminated from the new system. The end user of the system in majority of cases is a non-technical person so the application itself and interfaces such as GUI must be simple enough that the application can be easily operated by any one by a brief reading of the user manual. If the new system and older one can go shoulder to shoulder with each other still then a lot of trimming of the existing system is needed for the complete e operational system. - 19 -
  35. 35. Edu-Junction In many cases some problems are experienced after some time of implementing the system so a timely testing/ debugging is necessary for a completely operational system. The users were involved with system right from the start and were constantly in touch with the development team and every modification was observed by them. The proposed system makes a best effort to satisfy the requirement of the user, keeping in mind certain infrastructural constraints. 4.3 SCHEDULE FEASIBILITY: Time feasibility is the critical factor in deciding the amount of the benefits which the organization can get from the system. The system should be developed takes too much time, by the time it comes in to the use. Many new features in the technology may have come in to the market and our system may take dated comparison with an application built with all these new features. So to get the maximum advantages from the system it should be developed within deadlines and come in to use as early as possible. 4.4 ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY: The cost involved in designing and developing a system should be a good investment for the organization and the intangible returns which the company wick get from. The system must be good enough that the investment be worthy. Before developing a system the developer should give the estimate to the organization for t he cost of the system and also the benefits that the company will get. This will help the management to see that the investment that are making is beneficial to them or not. Some key points related to cost benefits are given below. If the company decides to build the system then the cost is justified since the MISdevelopment is In-house. The hardware and the software which were to be used in the application were alreadyavailable with the company so development cost can be reduced significantly and it alsoincreases the gain from the system. - 20 -
  36. 36. Edu-Junction If nothing was to be changed in the existing system then the cost would not increase muchbut the performance of the system and the gain from the system decreases day by day due topoor handling of the system. If the system is developed well before the deadline and comes in to use at early time thenit may reduce the cost of the entire system development by a good factor. So completing thesystem in/ before schedule reduces the cost of system development. - 21 -
  37. 37. Edu-Junction Chapter 5 SYSTEM DESIGN ______________________________________________ Functions of the system  5.1.1 Use Case Diagram Data Modeling  5.2.1Class /E-R Diagram  5.2.2System Activity Diagram  5.2.3Data Dictionary  5.2.4Sequence Diagram Functional Modeling  5.3.1Context Diagram  5.3.2Data Flow Diagram System Flow Chart State Transition Diagram - 22 -
  38. 38. Edu-Junction SYSTEM DESIGN CHAPTER-5 5.1 FUNCTIONS OF THE SYSTEM: 5.1.1 Use Case Diagram A use case diagram depicts actors, use cases, and the relationships among them. Use case is a software engineering term that is equivalent to a social scientists notion of task. With some simple extensions, use case diagrams can be used to represent a usability professionals task model. UML recognizes two kinds of actors, concrete actors and abstract actors. A concrete actor represents one user population operationally defined as a group of actors that share the same basic set of responsibilities. An abstract actor represents a user role which is the set of responsibilities common to multiple user populations. An abstract actor is used as a shorthand way to say, “Any concrete actor who fulfills this role”. On a UML use case diagram, a generalization relationship (a line with an open triangle pointing to the general case) shows which concrete actors fulfill which abstract actors role. A use case represents a task. A Task is simply some piece of goal-directed work performed by a user or organization (group of users). A task performed by an organization is also sometimes referred to as a Process. Some modelers, this author included, prefer to make a distinction between: Use case - a user task Business case - a business task performed by an organization (a group of users); also sometimes called an organization case. - 23 -
  39. 39. Edu-Junction Login Manage Test Add & edit questionsAdmin Manage News Register User Give exam Submit Query Figure: 5(a) Use Case Diagram - 24 -
  40. 40. Edu-Junction Administrator: Administrator logs in with user id and password Administrator manages users who are registered and not registered. Administrator will register users and provide them id and password, so that if they want to update/delete/edit their information they can easily do that. Administrator manages news section and gives the reply for queries which has been posted by student. Administrator will log out from his/her account. User: User login with user id and password. If he is not a registered user he will register himself and than admin will provide them with id and password. User can update their information. User will log out from his/her account. 5.2 DATA MODELING: 5.2.1 Class Diagram In software engineering, a class diagram in the Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a type of static structure diagram that describes the structure of a system by showing the systems classes, their attributes, operations (or methods), and the relationships among the classes. The class diagram is the main building block of object oriented modeling. It is used both for general conceptual modeling of the systematic of the application, and for detailed modeling translating the models into programming code. Class diagrams can also be used for data modeling. The classes in a class diagram represent both the main objects and or interactions in the application and the objects to be programmed. In the class diagram these classes are represented with boxes which contain three parts:  The upper part holds the name of the class - 25 -
  41. 41. Edu-Junction  The middle part contains the attributes of the class  The bottom part gives the methods or operations the class can take or undertake.To specify the visibility of a class member (i.e., any attribute or method) there are thefollowing notations that must be placed before the members name:+ Public- Private# Protected~ Package/ DerivedClass diagrams also display relationships such as containment, inheritance, associationsand othersThe association relationship is the most common relationship in a class diagram. Theassociation shows the relationship between instances of classes. For example, the classOrder is associated with the class Customer. The multiplicity of the association denotesthe number of objects that can participate in then relationship.1 For example, an Orderobject can be associated to only one customer, but a customer can be associated to manyorders.Another common relationship in class diagrams is a generalization. A generalization isused when two classes are similar, but have some differences.Class diagrams are used in nearly all Object Oriented software designs. Use them todescribe the Classes of the system and their relationships to each other. - 26 -
  42. 42. Edu-Junction QUESTION TEST CUSTOMER -qid -tid -tid * 1 -cid -uid -question -name -fname -options -duration -lname -answer -total marks * 1 -address -cid -criteria -mo.no -dob -designation -mail -password +login() +logout() +viewResult() ADMIN STUDENT +change_settings() +managa_data() +giveTest() Figure: 5(b) Class Diagram 5.2.2 System Activity Diagram Activity diagrams are graphical representations of workflows of stepwiseactivities and actions with support for choice, iteration and concurrency. In the UnifiedModeling Language, activity diagrams can be used to describe the business andoperational step-by-step workflows of components in a system. An activity diagramshows the overall flow of control. Activity diagrams are constructed from a limited repertoire of shapes, connectedwith arrows. The most important shape types:  rounded rectangles represent activities;  diamonds represent decisions;  bars represent the start (split) or end (join) of concurrent activities;  a black circle represents the start (initial state) of the workflow; - 27 -
  43. 43. Edu-Junction  An encircled black circle represents the end (final state). Arrows run from the start towards the end and represent the order in whichactivities happen. Hence they can be regarded as a form of flowchart. Typical flowcharttechniques lack constructs for expressing concurrency. However, the join and splitsymbols in activity diagrams only resolve this for simple cases; the meaning of the modelis not clear when they are arbitrarily combined with decisions or loops. While in UML1.x, activity diagrams were a specialized form of state diagrams, in UML 2.x, the act ivitydiagrams were renormalized to be based on Petri net- like semantics, increasing the scopeof situations that can be modeled using activity diagrams. These changes cause manyUML 1.x activity diagrams to be interpreted differently in UML 2.x Activity diagrams should be used in conjunction with other modeling techniques suchas interaction diagrams and state diagrams. The main reason to use activity diagrams is tomodel the workflow behind the system being designed. Activity Diagrams are also usefulfor: analyzing a use case by describing what actions need to take place and when theyshould occur; describing a complicated sequential algorithm; and modeling applicationswith parallel processes. - 28 -
  44. 44. Edu-Junction Registration Login Help Support Query Invalid Login Not Registered Valid Admin Login Student Login Result Manage Data Reply Queries Test Logout Figure: 5(c) Activity Diagram 5.2.3 Data Dictionary Data Dictionaries are an integral component of analysis, since data flow diagramby him or she does not fully describe the subjects of the investigation. - 29 -
  45. 45. Edu-Junction A data dictionary is a catalog of the element in as system. This element centers on data and the way are structured to meet user‘s requirements and needs. The major elements are dataflow, data stores and processes. Data dictionary stores details and description of these elements. It is developed during data analysis and assists ana lysis involved in determining the system. Four main reasons of analysis are:  To manage the details in large system.  To communicate a common meaning for all system elements.  To document the features of the system.  To locate the errors and omissions in the system. The data dictionary contains two types of descriptions as following: 1. Data Elements: The most fundamental data level is the data element. Data element is the building block for all others in the system. 2. Data Structure: A data structure is a set of items that are related to one another that describes components in the system Database tables:1) News and Update:- Table 5.1 News and Updates Field Name Data Type Constraints Id Varchar Primary key, Auto Increment Description Text Not null Title Varchar Not null Primary Key: Id Reference Key: No reference key. Description: News and Update contains the details of News and Updates. - 30 -
  46. 46. Edu-Junction2) Registration: Table 5.2 Registration Field Name Data Type Constraints User_name Varchar Not null User_id Bigint Primary key User_password Varchar Not null User Address Varchar Not null Email_id Varchar Not null Phone_no Bigint Not null Gender Boolean Not null Date_of_birth Date –time Not null Registration_date Date Confirmation _code Boolean Primary Key: User_id Reference Key: No reference key. Description:. This table contains all the information of the Users like First name, Last name , Address, Contact number, Email Id, etc3) Confirmation:- Table 5.3 Confirmation Field Name Data Type Constraints Confirmation_id Bigint Primary key User_id Varchar Reference key Confirmation_code Varchar Not null Primary Key: Confirmation_id Reference Key: User_id from table Registration (User_id). Description: This table contains user id and their confirmation code. - 31 -
  47. 47. Edu-Junction4) Category:- Table 5.4 Category Field Name Data Type Constraints Cat_id Bigint Primary key Cat_desc Varchar or Text - Cat_name Varchar Not null Parent_id Bigint Not null Primary Key: Cat_id Reference Key: No reference key. Description: Category table contains all the category and subcategories of entrance exams.5) Test:- Table 5.5 Test Field Name Data Type Constraints Cat_id Bigint Reference key Test_id Bigint Primary key Test_name Varchar Not null Test_desc Text Not null Test_total_marks Int Not null Duration Int Not null Test_category Varchar Not null Primary Key: Test_id Reference Key: Cat_id from Category(Cat_id) table. Description: This table contains the all information of test like Test name, Test duration, Total marks, Criteria, Category of test, etc. - 32 -
  48. 48. Edu-Junction6) Question:- Table 5.6 Question Field Name Data Type Constraints Que_id Bigint Primary key Test_id Bigint Reference key Cat_id Bigint Reference key Question Text Not null Option1 Varchar Not null Option2 Varchar Not null Option3 Varchar Not null Option4 Varchar Not null Correct_answer Int Not null Primary Key: Que_id Reference Key: Test_id from Test(Test_id) table, Cat_id from Category(Cat_id) table. Description: This table contains all Questions, Options, Answer of test.7) Result:- Table 5.7 Result Field Name Data Type Constraints Result_id Bigint Primary key User_id Bigint Reference key Test_id Bigint Reference key Marks Varchar Not null (Category_id, Marks_scored) Primary Key: Result_id Reference Key: Test_id from Test(Test_id) table, User_id from Registration(User_id) table. - 33 -
  49. 49. Edu-Junction Description: This table contains information of Test Result.5.2.4 Sequence DiagramUsage scenarios: A usage scenario is a description of a potential way your system is used. The logic of a usage scenario may be part of a use case, perhaps an alternate course. It may also be one entire pass through a use case, suc h as the logic described by the basic course of action or a portion of the basic course of action, plus one or more alternate scenarios. The logic of a usage scenario may also be a pass through the logic contained in several use cases. For example, a stude nt enrolls in the university, and then immediately enrolls in three seminars. The logic of methods: Sequence diagrams can be used to explore the logic of a complex operation, function, or procedure. One way to think of sequence diagrams, particularly highly detailed diagrams, is as visual object code. The logic of services: A service is effectively a high- level method, often one that can be invoked by a wide variety of clients. This includes web-services as well as business transactions implemented by a variety of technologies such as CICS/COBOL or CORBA-compliant object request brokers (ORBs). - 34 -
  50. 50. Edu-JunctionFigure: 5(d) Sequence diagram of User Registration Figure: 5(e) Sequence diagram of User Test - 35 -
  51. 51. Edu-Junction Figure: 5(f) Sequence diagram of Admin5.3 FUNCTIONAL MODELING: A data-flow diagram (DFD) is a graphical representation of the "flow" ofdata through an information system. DFDs can also be used for the visualization of dataprocessing (structured design). On a DFD, data items flow from an external data source or an internal datastore to an internal data store or an external data sink, via an internal process. A DFDprovides no information about the timing of processes, or about whether processes willoperate in sequence or in parallel. It is therefore quite different from a flowchart, whichshows the flow of control through an algorithm, allowing a reader to determine whatoperations will be performed, in what order, and under what circumstances, but not whatkinds of data will be input to and output from the system, nor where the data will comefrom and go to, nor where the data will be stored. It is common practice to draw a context-level data flow diagram first, whichshows the interaction between the system and external agents which act as data sourcesand data sinks. On the context diagram (also known as the Level 0 DFD) the systemsinteractions with the outside world are modeled purely in terms of data flows across thesystem boundary. The context diagram shows the entire system as a single process, andgives no clues as to its internal organization. - 36 -
  52. 52. Edu-Junction This context- level DFD is next "exploded", to produce a Level 1 DFD thatshows some of the detail of the system being modeled. The Level 1 DFD shows how thesystem is divided into sub-systems (processes), each of which deals with one or more ofthe data flows to or from an external agent, and which together provide all of thefunctionality of the system as a whole. It also identifies internal data stores that must bepresent in order for the system to do its job, and shows the flow of data between thevarious parts of the system. Data- flow diagrams were invented by Larry Constantine, the originaldeveloper of structured design, based on Martin and Estrins "data-flow graph" model ofcomputation. Data- flow diagrams (DFDs) are one of the three essential perspectives of thestructured-systems analysis and design method SSADM. The sponsor of a project and theend users will need to be briefed and consulted throughout all stages of a systemsevolution. With a data- flow diagram, users are able to visualize how the system willoperate, what the system will accomplish, and how the system will be implemented. Theold systems dataflow diagrams can be drawn up and compared with the new systemsdata-flow diagrams to draw comparisons to implement a more efficient system. Data- flowdiagrams can be used to provide the end user with a physical idea of where the data theyinput ultimately has an effect upon the structure of the whole system from order todispatch to report. How any system is developed can be determined through a data- flowdiagram. - 37 -
  53. 53. Edu-Junction5.3.1 Context Diagram Login, Register, Generated Give Test Reports User EduJunction Admin Test Question,Result Insert, Update, Information Delete Data Figure: 5(g) Context Diagram5.3.2 Data Flow Diagram - 38 -
  54. 54. Edu-Junction UserID/Password Admin UserID/Password User Reg. info Add/ UserID/Password Reg. info Update Data Login View Data Registration Request Test, selected Ans Registration Add/Edit/ Delete Category Category Manage Data Questions Add/Edit/ Delete Test Retrive Price Result info Result Test Result info Result store Result info Test Figure: 5(h) Data Flow Diagram5.4 SYSTEM FLOW CHART: A flowchart is a common type of diagram, which represents an algorithm orprocess, showing the steps as boxes of various kinds, and their order by connecting thesewith arrows. This diagrammatic representation can give a step-by-step solution to a givenproblem. Data is represented in these boxes, and arrows connecting them represent flow /direction of flow of data. Flowcharts are used in analyzing, designing, documenting ormanaging a process or program in various fields.Symbols A typical flowchart from older Computer Science textbooks may have thefollowing kinds of symbols: - 39 -
  55. 55. Edu-Junction Start and end symbols Represented as circles, ovals or rounded rectangles, usually containing the word "Start" or "End", or another phrase signalling the start or end of a process, such as "submit enquiry" or "receive product". Arrows Showing whats called "flow of control" in computer science. An arrow coming from one symbol and ending at another symbol represents that control passes to the symbol the arrow points to. Processing steps Represented as rectangles (or oblongs). Examples: "Add 1 to X"; "replace identified part"; "save changes" or similar. Input/output Represented as a parallelogram. Examples: Get X from the user; display X. Conditional or decision Represented as a diamond (rhombus). These typically contain a Yes/No question or True/False test. This symbol is unique in that it has two arrows coming out of it, usually from the bottom point and right point, one corresponding to Yes or True, and one corresponding to No or False. The arrows should always be labeled.A decision is necessary in a flowchart. More than two arrows can be used, but this is normally a clear indicator that a complex decision is being taken, in which case it may need to be broken- down further, or replaced with the "pre-defined process" symbol. A number of other symbols that have less universal currency, such as: A Document represented as a rectangle with a wavy base; A Manual input represented by parallelogram, with the top irregularly sloping up from left to right. An example would be to signify data-entry from a form; - 40 -
  56. 56. Edu-Junction A Manual operation represented by a trapezoid with the longest parallel side at the top, to represent an operation or adjustment to process that can only be made manually. A Data File represented by a cylinder. Flowcharts may contain other symbols, such as connectors, usually repres ented as circles, to represent converging paths in the flowchart. Circles will have more than one arrow coming into them but only one going out. Some flowcharts may just have an arrow point to another arrow instead. These are useful to represent an iterative process (what in Computer Science is called a loop). A loop may, for example, consist of a connector where control first enters, processing steps, a conditional with one arrow exiting the loop, and one going back to the connector. Off-page connectors are often used to signify a connection to a (part of another) process held on another sheet or screen. It is important to remember to keep these connections logical in order. All processes should flow from top to bottom and left to right. - 41 -
  57. 57. Edu-Junction Registration Login False Authentication true Manage Admin Login Data Type Student/User View Result History Select Menu Result Analysis For Test result Test Log out Figure: 5(i) Flow Chart5.5 STATE-TRANSITION DIAGRAM(STD): A State-Transition Diagram is a way of describing the time-dependent behaviourof a system. The basic consistency rule is: "A systems behaviour in any state must be thesame no matter by which path the state is arrived at".States: - 42 -
  58. 58. Edu-Junction  A state is an observable mode of behaviour of the system.  At any time a particular STD can only be in one state.  A systems behaviour could be described by more than one state transition diagram.Transition conditions:  Internal events or events external to the system.Transition actions:  Actions in response to the events.  Triggering one-shot actions.  Synchronizing between different STDs.  Producing control outputs.Drawing STDs:  Identify observable states of the system.  Select the states with normal behaviour.  Specify the conditions that mark a transition.  Specify the actions to produce the observable behaviour in the destination state for each transition.  If the system is complex, partition the diagram in several STDs. - 43 -
  59. 59. Edu-Junction Figure: 5(j) Diagram for Login+Registration User Selects Start Test Select Category Load Questions and Randomize It Time UpForce Fully submit test Start Test User Press Submit Button Submit TestResult Analysis Figure: 5(k) Diagram for Test Module - 44 -
  60. 60. Edu-Junction Figure: 5(l) Help and SupportFigure: 5(m) Diagram for Admin - 45 -
  61. 61. Edu-Junction Chapter 6 IMPLEMENTATION ______________________________________________ Implementation Environment Program/Modules Specification Security Features Coding Standards Sample Coding - 46 -
  62. 62. Edu-Junction IMPLEMENTATION CHAPTER-6 6.1 IMPLEMENTATION ENVIRONMENT: 1. Single vs. Multi User The application Edu-Junction is now going to be developed is web application so, at the time of implementation of this web site it should be kept in mind that system will be used con currently by users. For the concurrent use of this web site the approach is developed for the concurrent use. 2. GUI vs. Non-GUI The system is completely GUI. This is because now-a-days users feel comfortable while working with images or pictures. As the project is web based, it can be used by any technical or non-technical user. Thus user should feel convenient while working with the system. 6.2 PROGRAM/MODULES SPECIFICATION: 6.2.1 Outside modules Functionalities of this module are following:1. Login2. Registration3. Help & support4. News & updates5. Available Exams 6.2.2 User Modules Functionalities of this module are following:1. News & updates2. Start Test3. Test analysis4. Result Analysis5. Admin panel & Info desk - 47 -
  63. 63. Edu-Junction 6.2.3 Admin panel Modules Functionalities of this module are following:1. Manage Categories (Add/Edit/View All/Delete)2. Manage News And Updates (Add/Edit/View All/Delete)3. Change Email settings4. Add Test5. Manage Test(Edit/Delete/View All) 6.3 SECURITY FEATURES: This website has following features:1. In this website we are providing best security so that no one can hack this site.2. The admin site is password protected. Only authorized user can access the admin side.3. Any user cannot make anyone’s fake account in our site since we are providing confirmation mail facility without which no one can be registered or can use our site. 6.4 CODING STANDARDS: We have strictly followed the coding standard throughout the whole Web APPLICATION Traveling Agency. The coding standards which we have followed are defined below. 1. Each table has the simple short name. 2. In that database name, method name, and variables names are related to the processes and the behavior of the program me. 3. Method names are also given by process and behavior of the method. 4. We used Mail API to send confirmation code to users. 5. We have shown the assessment of students result in graphical form. 6.5 SAMPLE CODING: This code will verify whether the login id and password is valid or not. Also it will check whether the user has activated account or not. - 48 -
  64. 64. Edu-Junctionimport java.io.IOException;import java.io.PrintWriter;import javax.servlet.ServletException;import javax.servlet.annotation.WebServlet;import javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet;import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest;import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse;import java.sql.*;import javax.servlet.http.HttpSession;import db.*;/** * * @author p */@WebServlet(name = "verifylogin", urlPatterns = {"/verifylogin"})public class verifylogin extends HttpServlet { @Override protected void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); HttpSession session = request.getSession(); Statement stmt = null; String user_name = request.getParameter("username"); String user_password = request.getParameter("pwd"); if (user_name == null) { user_name = ""; } if (user_password == null) { user_password = ""; } try { Connection conn = manager.connection(); stmt = conn.createStatement(); ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery("select * from registration whereuser_name=" + user_name + " and user_password=" + user_password + " andisactive=1"); if (!user_name.equals("") && !user_password.equals("")) { - 49 -
  65. 65. Edu-Junction if (rs.next()) { session.setAttribute("SessionUser", user_name); Long user_id =rs.getLong("user_id"); session.setAttribute("SessionUserId",user_id ); if (rs.getInt("login_type") == 0) { response.sendRedirect("admin/home.jsp"); System.out.println("hello admin"); } else { response.sendRedirect("newjsp.jsp"); } } } else if (user_name.equals("")) { out.println("User name required"); out.println("<br/><a href=index.jsp>Go back!</a>"); } else if (user_password.equals("")) { out.println("Password required."); out.println("<br/><a href=index.jsp>Go back!</a>"); } else { out.println("invalid " + user_name + "!"); return; } } catch (Exception e) { System.out.print("e" + e); e.printStackTrace(); } }} - 50 -
  66. 66. Edu-Junction Chapter 7 TESTING ______________________________________________ Testing  7.1 Testing Plan  7.2 Testing Strategy  7.3 Testing Method  7.4 Testing Cases - 51 -
  67. 67. Edu-JunctionTESTING CHAPTER-77.1 TESTING PLAN:Testing was done on a regular basis during the coding phase itself. Also a separate sessionwas kept for testing. Some errors were uncovered and the code was modified to ensurethe removal of the error. Extensive testing was done to ensure the correctness of theproject Also a list of desired outputs was made and the code was tested to see if theoutputs are consistent. A large amount of situations were simulated and the inputsgenerated were provided to the project to see whether the desired output is available ornot.Requirement of Test Planning:One of the roles of software testing is to ensure that the product meets the requirements ofthe customer. Capturing the requirements therefore becomes an essential part not only tohelp developed product is likely to meet customer needs. Often times in smallerdevelopment organization, the task of requirements management falls prey to conjecturesof what ought to be developed as opposed to what is needed in the market. Therefore,requirements management and its translation to produce test plans is an impor tant step.7.2 TESTING STRATEGY:The testing strategy which we have used to test our system is Black-box testing. In theblack-box approach, test cases are designed using only functional specification of thesoftware, i.e. without any knowledge of the internal structure of the software. For thisreason, black-box testing is also known as functional testing.In black-box testing, test cases are designed from an examination of the input/outputvalues only and no knowledge of design or code is required. The following are two mainapproaches to design black-box test cases: 1. Equivalence class partitioning In this approach, the domain of input values to a program is partitioned into a set of equivalence classes. This partitioning is done such that the behavior of the program is similar to every input data belonging to the same equivalence class. Equivalence classes can be designed by examining both the input and the output data. - 52 -
  68. 68. Edu-Junction 2. Boundary value analysis A type of programming error frequently occurs at the boundaries of the different equivalence classes of input. For example, programmers may improperly use < instead of <=, or conversely <= instead of <. Boundary value analysis leads to selection of test case at the boundary of the different equivalence classes.The strategy for black-box testing is intuitive and simple. The most important step is theidentification of equivalence classes.7.3 TESTING METHODS: Web based applications need intensive testing, as the applications will alwaysfunction as a multi- user system with bandwidth limitations. Some of the testing to bedone are Integration testing, Stress testing, resolution testing, Scalability testing, Cross-browser compatibility testing etc. Both automated testing and manual testing should bedone without fail. 1. Unit Testing Unit testing focuses verification effort on the smallest unit of Website design that is the module. Unit testing exercises specific paths in a module’s control structure to ensure complete coverage and maximum error detection. This test focuses on each module individually, ensuring that it functions properly as a unit. Hence, the naming is Unit Testing. 2. Integration Testing Integration testing addresses the issues associated with the dual problems of verification and program construction. After the software has been integrated a set of high order tests are conducted. The main objective in this testing process is to take unit tested modules and builds a program structure that has been dictated by design. 3. Task Testing Task testing helps my system to test whether all the task are carried out properly or not. It also solves logical errors. Thus all processing in my system is appropriate. - 53 -
  69. 69. Edu-Junction4. Behavioral Testing This testing is useful to determine the behavior of the real- time systems. This testing helped to develop the test case for the particular system. This testing helps to test the different events associated with the system.5. Inte r task Testing There Are Several Processes Or Tasks Which Are Carried Simultaneously. Moreover This Testing Also Helps To Test The Errors Associated With The Data Storage Activities. This Testing Helped My Project To Solve The Error While Data Designing Which Is Important In Developing The Successful Project.6. Final Testing After The Integration Of The All Modules, We Deploy Whole Application On The Demo Server. One Of The Member Of The Development Team Will Done The Testing Of The Whole Website And Then Create Excel Sheet Of The Bugs. After The Completion Of This Testing, Respective Team Member Will Solve Bugs And Upload New Version Of The Project. Again, Member Who Initially Test Again.7. Alpha Testing It is done by the person who is not involved in development team. He/She will test the system from the user perspective. That person tests the system and generates the bug’s reports, and then the development team solve those bugs. Developer updates those listed axles sheet bugs with details.8. Black-Box Testing Black box testing is implementing our project by testing each and every independent module in System for dependent module. We check the dependency and interface after integrating all modules. For behavior or performance testing we first made demo give it to our project guide and some customers to use and check performance and also check the performance how the project act for input and gives what the output To check for missing function or incorrect function as part of this testing we have check all the functionality and check for all the output - 54 -
  70. 70. Edu-Junction that ire run perfectly. As per our project we also have check the shape files as external data. 9. White- Box Testing Also called Glass Box or Structural testing Tester has access to the system design. As per our project we have used also white Box Testing Model because independent paths of modules and loops are the cornerstones of majority of all algorithms implemented in the software. There are five deferent classes of the loops, which can be defined as follows. 1. Simple Loops 2. Nested Loops 3. Concatenated Loops 4. Unstructured Loops 5. Continuous Loops7.4 TEST CASES:In software engineering, the most common definition of a test case is set of conditions orvariables under which a tester will determine if a requirement or use case upon anapplication is partially or fully satisfied. In that situation each sub requirement must haveat least one test case. - 55 -
  71. 71. Edu-Junction Chapter 8 SCREENSHOTS ______________________________________________ Screenshot - 56 -
  72. 72. Edu-JunctionLogin:--User need to login with valid username and password and admin need to login withadmin id and password.Registration:-- The interested visitor need to register. - 57 -
  73. 73. Edu-JunctionAdmin:1) Admin HomePage2)Admin Functions: Admin can perform add, edit, update and delete. Add Category: - 58 -
  74. 74. Edu-JunctionManage Test:Edit Test :User:  User checks for available exams for specific category and can select from these test and perform it. - 59 -
  75. 75. Edu-Junction  After the completion of the test result will be displayed.  User can also check previously given test results.Select Test(Specific category)Instruction Of Selected Test: - 60 -
  76. 76. Edu-JunctionGive Test :Result Analysis: - 61 -
  77. 77. Edu-JunctionPrevious Records: - 62 -
  78. 78. Edu-Junction Chapter 9 CONCLUSION AND FUTURTE WORK ______________________________________________ Limitations Future Enhancement Conclusion - 63 -
  79. 79. Edu-JunctionCONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK CHAPTER-9 Every project work, doesn’t matter software project or any other project, could not be the result of sole effort. I think success of any project doesn’t depend only on better software development skills, but also, zeal to listen and help the users. Only user interaction at development phase can give you an idea to fulfill their requirements. Because, software belongs to the developer up to the development or the installation phase and then after it belongs to the user. It has been a long and an untiring effort from my side in the overall training and development of my project. Before beginning of project I had undertook a very vigorous training where I was imparted both the Technical and Non-Technical skills. On the technical side, I had gone through the JAVA and MYSQL. In project specific training I had undergone through JAVA programming basic training. This training gave me more in-depth knowledge and also cleared many of my assumptions and doubts. I finally completed the web application. On the non-technical side, I was imparted various soft skills such as GUI, Ownership, communication and many more. On the whole I was able to complete my Application successfully. 9.1 LIMITATIONS: i. Admin cannot make package for test/lectures ii. This system contain multiple choice question with only one answer but there are many questions which have more than one correct answers. So, facility is missing. iii. Admin cannot add images as options in questions. 9.2 FUTURE ENHANCEMENT: i. In future I would like to add multiple answers for a each question where its needed in multiple choice question. ii. In future, I would like to give admin one more facility to add packages of test/lectures. iii. I am thinking to provide facility for admin to add images as questions. iv. Because of time limit I am not able to complete Lecture module, so I would like to setup a lecture facility in this project. - 64 -
  80. 80. Edu-Junction9.3 CONCLUSION:At the end of my work I conclude that………..I have developed an online Examination System. The system was proposed during titleselection of projects. The system is developed to manage the problems faced during themanual examination which was very much time consuming and which gives less accurateresultDuring this project, I got a chance to sharpen my skills on technical, analysis orinterpersonal skills. This project is finished according to Web E Process model approachand through this approach I was able to learn more on practically how to work in a projectindividually.On the early stage, I developed the problem project scope and objective to determinerequirements to make the project successfully. There are a few types of modeling I usedsuch as, Data Flow Diagrams for others to visualize how the system is going to be. - 65 -
  81. 81. Edu-Junction REFERENCESReferences: 1. Oriented Modeling and Design with UML second edition by Michael Blaha and James Rambaugh. 2. Pressman R.S., Software Engineering: A Practitioners Approach, TMH. 3. www.w3schools.com - 66 -

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