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Book-shop automation system

Book-shop automation system

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This is SRS document for developing book-shop automation system. I prepared it during my project in MCA 5th sem from ECIMT allahabad.
This is SRS document for developing book-shop automation system. I prepared it during my project in MCA 5th sem from ECIMT allahabad.

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Software RequirementsSpecification
For 
Book-shop automationSystem
Prepared byAmit Kumar yadavEwing Christian Institute of management and technology,AllahabadDate 27-09-09
Table of Contents
Table of Contents...............................................................................................................11. Introduction..................................................................................................................2
1.1 Purpose................................................................................................................................. 11.2 Document Conventions........................................................................................................ 11.3 Intended Audience and Reading Suggestions...................................................................... 11.4 Project Scope....................................................................................................................... 11.5 References............................................................................................................................ 1
2. Overall Description......................................................................................................2
 
2.1 Product Perspective.............................................................................................................. 22.2 Product Features................................................................................................................... 22.3 User Classes and Characteristics......................................................................................... 22.4 Operating Environment........................................................................................................ 22.5 Design and Implementation Constraints.............................................................................. 22.6 User Documentation............................................................................................................ 22.7 Assumptions and Dependencies.......................................................................................... 3
3. System Features........................................................................................................... 3
3.1 System Feature 1.................................................................................................................. 33.2 System Feature 2 (and so on)............................................................................................... 4
4. External Interface Requirements...............................................................................4
4.1 User Interfaces..................................................................................................................... 44.2 Hardware Interfaces............................................................................................................. 44.3 Software Interfaces.............................................................................................................. 44.4 Communications Interfaces................................................................................................. 4
5. Other Nonfunctional Requirements...........................................................................5
5.1 Performance Requirements.................................................................................................. 55.2 Safety Requirements............................................................................................................ 55.3 Security Requirements......................................................................................................... 55.4 Software Quality Attributes................................................................................................. 5
6. Other Requirements....................................................................................................5Appendix A: Analysis Models
 
1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose
It is the project name Book-shop automation
 
System. It automates the book records, their Selling and Maintenance, Balance evaluation, due to calculation other functions. In other words you can say it a complete book-shop automation System.In this project we can easily maintain book sales details. It gives information’s of Annual Transaction of books, its services, daily sales, daily Receipt & Balance. We cansee the books details before selling the particular it book & view for our requirement-satisfying item detail.The book shop automation system
 
 provides ability to search any book records availablein the shop. It maintains all the records of selling of books and its availability andinformation of all types of user.
1.2 Document Conventions
The SRS is a lower level of detailed document for the Book-shop automationSystem from the developers / Project Managers point of view; it has no further system or subsystem explained elsewhere. In the writing of this SRS, times new roman fonts andsize 12 is used. For heading font is Times and its size is 18.
1.3 Intended Audience and Reading Suggestions
This SRS is basically intended for the project managers and developers, teammember who want to get the overview of the projects & its scope and the higher detailsof the various modules in the system. Any person who want make next version of thissystem can prefer this SRS. This SRS document includes the over all design description.The reader should read thoroughly from first page to last page. In includes the datastructure of system and hardware & software requirement for this software. It alsoincludes the objective, purpose, scope, product feature and references.
1.4 Project Scope
The scope of project Book-shop automation System is to Develop Visual Basicdot net based software to support for daily sale, receipt & Balance of products andmaintain the all information of books related items.This software will be very useful for the Big book-Shop as well as the customer.It will perform as the required task of Automation of product by itself in a systematicway.It will also save lots of time, as system will perform all tasks in quick time profiting customer and shop owner as well, so it will prove very economical in everyrespect.

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