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Online Shopping Portal

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Case Study, pseudo code, algorithm, flow charts on online shopping portal
Case Study, pseudo code, algorithm, flow charts on online shopping portal

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Published by: Vineeth Shankar V Maller on Nov 18, 2012
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Online Shopping Portal | A Case Study with Algorithm, Flowchart and Pseudo code
A Case Study by
Vineeth Shankar V Maller (11202047)
School of Computer Science & Engineering
Jalandhar, Punjab
 Online Shopping Portal| A case study
1. Case Statement
In this case, we will be designing an online shopping portal. The site will provide a smoothshopping experience for customers. The system will allow more than one categories and dierent brandsunder the segment. The case will trace the following sequence.
2. Scenario
 A customer visits the online shopping portal. A customer may buy item or just visit the page. Thecustomer can select a segment, then category, and brand to get the dierent products in the desired brand. The customer can select the product for purchasing. The process can be repeated for more Items.Once the customer nishes selecng the product(s) the cart can be viewed, if the customer wants to edit the nal cart it can be done here. For nal payment the customer has to login, if the customer is vising for the 1
me he must register with the site, else the customer must use the login page to proceed. Final cart is submied for payment and card details and address (where shipment has to be made) are beconrmed by the customer. Customer is conrmed with a shipment Id and delivery of goods within 10days.
3. Assumpons
The currency followed depends on the country where the shipment is to be done.There are dierent segments, categories, brands where a brand can fall under more than one category.The shipment of the goods is not covered under the scope of the caseComplains by the customers are not handled by the case study.Customers have to be validated before the payment can be conrmed.
The feasibility of the shipment of product(s) depends on the availability of the product(s), desnaon or any other factors not given herein and will be menoned when the product is added to cart.
4. Actors 
• Customer • Administrator.
Online Shopping Portal | A case study
5. Funconality1. Portal
• Allows the customer to view the dierent categories and further to dierent products within thebrands.• Allows the customer to shop online saving me and cost of customer.• The portal provides a bill and a shipment Id which can be used to track the delivery status of the goods purchased by the customer.
2. Customer
• Customers when entering the site can view the various products in dierent category.• Authencaon of the customer is done for the payment of the shopping done.• Customer can browses through the products available in the shop, can select some of them and put into the shopping cart.• Customer can anyme change the items in the cart either by adding new items or by removing exisngitems. Customer proceeds towards the payment counter. Finalize product list of items he nally wish tobuy and make the nal payment 
3. Administrator
• Updates the details of the dierent category, segments etc.• Veries the customer card details and records the details for shipment of goods.
6. Courtesy
* Google
* Wikipedia
* Scribd

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