Team TechnoOcean

Team Members Aneesh Dangayach Amit Agrawal Ankit Khandelwal Dheeraj Jhalani

Project Guide Mr. Dinesh Diggiwal

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Index & Tables
Table of Content
1. Objective 2. Recognition of need 2. 1. Current System 2. 2. Proposed System 3. Feasibility Study 3. 1. System Scope and Objectives 4. Analysis and Design 4. 1. Entity Relationship Diagram 4. 2. Table Relationship Diagram 4. 3. Data Dictionary 4. 4. Table Design 4. 5. Data Flow Diagram 4. 6. Class Diagram 4. 7. Use Case Diagram 4. 8. Activity Diagram 5. Hardware and Software Specification 6. Test Procedures and Implementation 7. Installation 8. User s Manual 9. Administrator s Manual 10. Appendix 11. Bibliography 12. Web Shots .. .21 ..22 ......30 32 ..34 .....36 ...38 .................................................9 ...6 ..3 .....4

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OBJECTIVE

Looking for an online comprehensive solution to manage Internet banking. This will be accessible to all customers who have a valid User Id and Password. This system provides the following facilities: Balance Enquiry Funds Transfer to another account in the same bank Request for cheque book/change of address/stop payment of cheques Viewing Monthly and annual statements.

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RECOGITION OF NEED

2.1 Current System:
To understand the need and benefits offered by Internet-Banking we need to know and understand traditional form of Banking, its limitations and shortcomings. The customer need to visit a branch to open his account, he needs to agree to the terms and conditions. To withdraw or deposit or transfer funds from one account to another he need to fill up a form for every individual transaction. To submit a cheque book request, a new form has to be filled and the user needs to wait for verification. The customer has to always visit a bank to make simple changes: like change of address etc. The list of transaction made is very important for every organisation or individual and he has to get it from the bank, if it is saving account, a new form is filled. In case a cheque is lost or the whole cheque book gets lost, the customer needs to go through the various procedures of bank for stopping the payment of cheques. The customer has to visit the bank to get his updated balance in his account, he/she needs to get the entries of the transaction in the passbook regularly.

2.1.1 Drawbacks
Customer need to visit to the bank regularly. Customer has to wait in a queue for his turn. Customer needs to get his passbook updated regularly. Customer needs to fill up various form before his query is resolved. Customer has to visit the bank if he needs to update his/her address. For every individual transaction, a new form has to be filled.

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2.2 Proposed System:
Proposed system is fully automated system which provides customer better services. Customers are provided with a username and password. They can visit the sites and login into their accounts. Customers are provided with a common username and password for all his accounts. Proposed system has the following procedures to overcome the drawbacks of the existing system: 1. Balance Enquiry: Customer can view his updated balance from online service anytime. 2. Funds Transfer: Customer can transfer funds from his account to any other account in the same bank. 3. Request for cheque book: Customer can submit a request for cheque book. At a time only one cheque book request can be submitted. 4. Change of address: Customer can change his postal/current address anytime. 5. Stop payment of cheques: Customer can stop the payment of any cheque or a range of cheques issued to him anytime. 6. Accept Cheque book request: Administrator can accept the cheque book request any time from his online account. 7. Create/Add Account: Administrator can create an account to provide services of internet banking. 8. Administrator: Administrator can perform all the functions that can be done by customers except online fund transfer.

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FEASIBILITY STUDY
Here we estimate whether the identified requirements may be satisfied using current software and hardware technologies within the given time and budgetary constraints. The outcome of the research would offer the best available system and help us in the decision of whether to go ahead with sufficient confirmative logics.

3.1 System scope and objectives

Here we define the scope and boundary of the automation of the current system. We also define human machine interface.

User s Demonstrable Needs
Here we identity the main objectives and functionalities of our system that are seeked by various end users. Our system must implement them successfully to be accepted by the user

1. Customer must have a valid User Id and password to login to the system 2. If a wrong password is given thrice in succession, that account will be locked and the customer will not be able to use it. When an invalid password is entered a warning is given to the user that his account is going to get locked. 3. After the valid user logs in he is shown the list of accounts he has with the bank.

4. On selecting the desired account he is taken to a page which shows the present balance in that particular account number 5. User can request details of the last n number of transactions he has performed. A report can also be taken of this 6. User can make a funds transfer to another account in the same bank. User is provided with a transaction password which is different from the login password.

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User can transfer funds from his account to any other account with this bank. If the transaction is successful a notification should appear to the customer, in case it is unsuccessful, a proper message should be given to the customer as to why it failed.

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User can request for cheque book/change of address/stop payment of cheques

Client/Server System
In a multi tier client/server system, the client application logic is run in 2 locations. The first location is the thin client (browser), which is run on the user s local computer and is focused on displaying results to the user. The second location is the server where the procedures for business logic are located. Thin client request various functions from the server application, which is itself a multithreaded application capable of working with many concurrent users. The server application is the one that opens connection to the database server and can be running on the same server as the database, or it can connect across the network to a separate server operating as a database server.

Here is a brief introduction of major components of J2EE and their relevance in implementing the proposed system.

1. Servlets: They are networked components that are used to dynamically extend the functionality of web server .they follow request response paradigm. In our project they are used to generate dynamic web pages and to do some instantiation tasks. 2. JSP: They are similar to Servlets and used to generate dynamic web pages. They are more oriented toward look and feel and allow for template based web page generation. They are a mix of HTML, JAVA code and JSP tags. They are used to generate dynamic web pages and to do some middleware tasks. 3. Java Database Connectivity: Provide an easy interface to various standard databases through a common set of APIs. Its value lies in providing common

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interface to any relational database. Here we are using JDBC for connecting to Oracle through our entity Beans, and to directly fire queries on Database. 4. Java Beans: They specify a component framework for multi-tier distributed applications. They provide standard means to implement complex server side processing logic. Session beans are used to model various business processes. Entity beans are used to model business data of your application. In our project Session Beans are used to model various procedures like order processing, cart simulation. Entity Beans are used to model data about entities in our project.

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ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

Entity Relationship Diagram

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Table Relationship Diagram

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Data Dictionary

Field name Username Password Status Userid Name Address P_Address C_Address PinCode City Telephone AccountNumber Category Balance Cheque Cheque_Date ChequeSeries Statement_Date Particulars Withdrawal Deposit S_Balance ChequeNumber Transaction_Password

Data Type VARCHAR VARCHAR INTEGER INTEGER VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR DOUBLE INTEGER DATE VARCHAR DATE VARCHAR DOUBLE DOUBLE DOUBLE VARCHAR VARCHAR

Description User s name User Password Current status of user Type of user Name of customer Address of customer Permanent address of customer Current Address of customer Pincode Customer city Telephone number of customer Account number held by customer Type of Account Account Balance Status of cheque book(issued or not) Date of cheque book request Cheque book series Date of transaction Details of account whom transfer has been made Amount Withdrawn Amount Deposited Balance after transactiono Cheque number whose payment is to be stopped Transaction Password

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Table Design
Table Name: LOGINTABLE Description: This Table is used to store Login details.

Key
PK

Field Name
USERNAME PASSWORD STATUS USERID

Data Type
VARCHAR VARCHAR INTEGER INTEGER

Length
30 30 4 4

Nullable
NO NO NO NO

Table Name: PERSONAL_DETAILS Description: This Table is used to store User details.

Key
FK

Field Name
USERNAME NAME P_ADDRESS C_ADDRESS CITY PINCODE TELEPHONE

Data Type
VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR

Length
30 30 50 50 20 6 10

Nullable
NO NO NO NO NO NO YES

Table Name: ACCOUNT Description: This Table is used to store account number details.

Key
FK PK

Field Name
USERNAME ACCNUMBER CATEGORY

Data Type
VARCHAR VARCHAR VARCHAR

Length
30 17 10

Nullable
NO NO NO

Table Name: BALANCE Description: This Table is used to store final balance.

Key
FK

Field Name
ACCNUMBER BALANCE

Data Type
VARCHAR DOUBLE

Length
17 8

Nullable
NO NO

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Table Name: REQUESTTABLE Description: This Table is used to store cheque book request.

Key
FK

Field Name
ACCNUMBER CHEQUE CHEQUE_DATE CHEQUE_SERIES

Data Type
VARCHAR INTEGER DATE VARCHAR

Length
17 4 4 10

Nullable
NO NO NO YES

Table Name: STOPTABLE Description: This Table is used to store details of cheque whose payment is to be stopped.

Key
FK

Field Name

Data Type

Length
17 10

Nullable
NO NO

ACCNUMBER VARCHAR CHEQUENUMBER VARCHAR

Table Name: STATEMENT Description: This Table is used to store transaction details.

Key
FK

Field Name
ACCNUMBER PARTICULARS WITHDRAWAL DEPOSIT BALANCE STATEMENT_DATE

Data Type
VARCHAR VARCHAR DOUBLE DOUBLE DOUBLE DATE

Length
17 30 8 8 8 4

Nullable
NO NO NO NO NO NO

Table Name: TRANSACTIONPASS Description: This Table is used to store the transaction password.

Key
FK

Field Name

Data Type

Length
17 30

Nullable
NO NO

ACCNUMBER VARCHAR TRANSACTION_PASSWORD VARCHAR

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Data flow Diagram

Context Level DFD

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First Level DFD

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Class Diagram

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Use Case Diagram

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Activity Diagram Login Process

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Transaction Process

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Hardware and Software Specification

CLIENT SIDE
Software Internet Explorer 6.0 PROCESSOR Pentium II at 500 MHz RAM 64 MB DISK SPACE 1 GB

SERVER SIDE
Software Web Sphere Application Server V5.0 DB2 V8.1 Pentium IV at 1 GHz 1 GB 1 GB(Excluding Data Size) PROCESSOR Pentium IV at 1 GHz. RAM 512 MB DISK SPACE 1 GB

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TEST PROCEDURES AND IMPLEMENATION

INTRODUCTION

Software testing is typical element of software quality assurance. Testing represents the ultimate review of specification, design and coding. After completion of system analysis, design and coding thorough testing of the system was carried out in a systematic approach,

The main objectives of the Testing the system is : To ensure that the operations of the system will perform as per the specification. To make sure that the system meets the user requirements during the operations. To cross check the when current input are feed into the system outputs are correct. To make sure that during the operation incorrect inputs and the outputs will be detected.

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Test Cases
Login Form

Test Case

Function Being Tested

Initial System State

Input

Expected Output

Pass (P)/ Fail( F)

IB-TC01Login IB-TC02Login

System reads username Login and Password page System rejects invalid username and/ or Password Login page

Username and Password Incorrect username and Password

User is logged on and P system checks for the type of user. Login page is again P loaded. System displays a error notification with the number of chances left with the user. System displays list of accounts held by the customer. Invalid Password Test Case. System enters the user home page with the menu. System displays Login page Monet transfer page is displayed System displays a request to enter the transaction Password. System displays a notification for invalid account number System displays a notification for P P

IB-TC03Login IB-TC04Login IB-TC05Login IB-TC06Logout IB-TC01Tranfer IB-TC02Transfer

System accepts username and Password System tests username and Password System loads list of all the accounts held by the customer. System allows user to logout any time from the account Opens the Transaction page System asks customer to choose an account to transfer to and the amount to be transferred System validates the account number System asks customer to enter the transaction

Login page Login page Accounts page

Correct username and Password Incorrect username and Password Choose a particular account.

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P

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User s home page Money transfer page Money transfer response page Transactio n

Choose Money Transfer Enter Account number

P P

IB-TC03Transfer IB-TC04Transfer

Invalid account number Enter Transaction Password

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Password

Password page

successful transfer. System prints a correct receipt showing amount and correct updated balance; Displays a notification for invalid transaction Password. P

IB-TC05Transfer

System performs a legitimate validates the transaction Password and performs legitimate money transfer. A transfer transaction can be cancelled by the customer any time prior to entering amount A transfer transaction can be cancelled by the customer any time prior to entering transaction Password. System performs a inquiry transaction for balance. System performs opens cheque book request page. System performs the cheque book transaction properly.

Transactio n Password page

Transaction Password, amount, account number

P Money Transfer Page Transactio n Password Page User s home page. User s home page Cheque book request page Cheque book request page User s home page Stop Payment Page Stop payment request page Press "Cancel" key System displays user s home page. P Press "Cancel" key System displays user s home page. System prints a correct P receipt showing correct balance. Confirmation to put a P request for a cheque book. P Request for cheque book submitted. Rejects request for cheque book; displays a notification a request for cheque book has already been submitted. System opens the requested page. System opens the requested page. Accepts request for the cheque. P

IB-TC06Transfer

IB-TC07Transfer

IB-TC01Request IB-TC02Request IB-TC03Request

Choose Balance Inquiry Choose Request cheque book

Confirm request.

IB-TC04Request

System checks for previous check book request.

Confirm request

IB-TC05Request IB-TC06Request IB-TC07Request

System opens Stop payment request page System opens the cheque number page System accepts the cheque number and performs stop payment transaction properly.

Choose Stop payment for cheque. Choose Single Cheque Enter correct cheque number

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IB-TC08Request IB-TC09Request

System opens the cheque number page System accepts the cheque number and performs stop payment transaction properly. System validates the cheque number System opens the Change address page and performs action to retrieve address System performs the change address transaction properly. System opens the Request Statement page System accepts the number of transaction to be retrieved

IB-TC10Request

Stop Payment Page Stop payment request page Stop payment request page User s home page. Change Address page User s home page

Choose Range of Cheque Enter correct cheque number

System opens the requested page. Accepts request for the rage of cheque. Displays a notification for invalid cheque number. Displays Change Address page with the previous address Displays notification for successful address change. Displays Request Statement page. Displays the last n transaction with closing balance and details of the customer. Also displays a link for E-statement. Displays the last n transaction in a new window. Customer is asked to re-enter Password. An appropriate message is displayed and re-entry of the Password is again requested Account is locked

P

P

P

Incorrect cheque number

P

IB-TC01Address IB-TC02Address IB-TC01Statement

Choose Change Address

P

Address

P

Choose Statement

P

IB-TC02Statement

Request Statement page

Enter number of statement

IB-TC03Statement IB-TC01Invalid Password IB-TC02Invalid Password IB-TC03Invalid Password IB-TC04Invalid Password IB-TC05-

System retrieves data Statement to display E-Statement. page Customer is asked to reenter Password Incorrect re-entry of Password is not accepted Three incorrect reentries of Password result in retaining user account. Correct re-entry of Password is accepted. Correct re-entry of

Choose EStatement Enter an incorrect Password.

P

P

P

Login page

Enter incorrect Password

Login page Login page Login

Enter incorrect Password three times Enter correct Password Enter incorrect

P

Displays user s Account page. Displays user s

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Invalid Password

Password on the second try is accepted

page

IB-TC06Invalid Password

Correct re-entry of Password on the third try is accepted

Login page

Password the first time, then correct Password the second time Enter incorrect Password the first time and second times, then correct Password the third time

Account page.

P Displays user s Account page.

Test Case

Functions Being Tested

Initial System State
Login page

Input

Expected Output

Pass (P/F ail( F)
p

IB-TC01AdminLogi n IB-TC02AdminLogi n

System reads username and Password System rejects invalid username and/ or Password

Username and Password Incorrect username and Password

Login page

User is logged on and system checks for the type of user. Login page is again loaded. System displays a error notification with appropriate message. System displays Administrator home page. System displays the Create Account page.

p

IB-TC03AdminLogi n IB-TC01CreateAcco unt IB-TC02CreateAcco unt

System accepts username and Password System opens the Create Account page. System asks user for details

Login page

Admin Home Page Create Account page

IB-TC03CreateAcco unt IB-TC04-

System validates the entered fields System validates the

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Correct username and Password Choose Create Account Enter Username, Password, Confirm Password, City, Pin code, Telephone, Permanent and Current Address. Leave Username field blank Leave

p

p

System accepts all the p Details about the customer and displays a notification for successful transaction.

System prompts to enter the username. System prompts to

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CreateAcco unt IB-TC05CreateAcco unt IB-TC06CreateAcco unt IB-TC07CreateAcco unt IB-TC08CreateAcco unt IB-TC09CreateAcco unt IB-TC10CreateAcco unt IB-TC11CreateAcco unt IB-TC12CreateAcco unt IB-TC01AddAccoun t IB-TC02AddAccoun t

entered fields System validates the entered fields

Account page Create Account page

System validates the entered fields System validates the entered fields System validates the entered fields System validates the entered fields System validates the entered fields

Create Account page Create Account page Create Account page Create Account page Create Account page

Password field blank Leave Permanent Address field blank Leave Current Address field blank Leave City field blank Leave Pin code field blank Leave Telephone field blank Leave Confirm Password field blank Incorrect Confirm Password Enter Username which already exists Choose Add Account Enter Username, Transaction Password; Confirm Password, Account Number, Category, And Initial Balance. Leave Username field blank

enter the password. System prompts to enter the permanent address. System prompts to enter the current address. System prompts to enter the city. System prompts to enter the pin code. System prompts to enter the telephone. System prompts to enter the password. p

p

p

p

p

p

System matches password. System validates username

Create Account page Create Account Response page Admin Home Page Add Account page

System prompts to confirm the password System displays an notification and ask to choose different username System displays the Add Account page.

p

p

System opens the Add Account page. System asks user for details

p

System accepts all the p details about the new account about the customer and displays a notification for successful transaction.

System validates the IB-TC03AddAccoun entered fields t

Add Account page

System prompts to enter the username.

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System validates the IB-TC04AddAccoun entered fields t System validates the IB-TC05AddAccoun entered fields t System validates the IB-TC06AddAccoun entered fields t IB-TC07AddAccoun t IB-TC08AddAccoun t IB-TC01Search IB-TC02Search IB-TC03Search System validates the entered fields System validates username

Add Account page

Add Account page

Add Account page

Add Account page Add Account Response page Admin Home Page Search Page

System opens the Search page System ask to enter Account number System perform balance retrieval

Leave Transaction Password field blank Leave Confirm Password field blank Leave Account Number field blank Leave Initial Balance field blank Enter Username which doesn t exists Choose Search Page Account Number Account Number

System prompts to enter the password.

p

System prompts to confirm the password.

p

System prompts to enter the Account Number. System prompts to enter the Initial Balance. System displays an notification and ask to choose correct username System displays the Search Page System accepts the account number and displays its details System displays correct balance for the specified account number. System prompts to enter the account number System displays a notification to enter correct account number. System displays the Cheque Book Page with the list of all the pending requests System displays the cheque number page System issues a cheque book to the respective

p

p

p

p p

Search Response Page Search Page

p

IB-TC04Search

System validates the account number fields

IB-TC05Search

System verifies the account number

Search Response Page

IB-TC01ChequeBoo k IB-TC02ChequeBoo k IB-TC03ChequeBoo

System opens the Cheque Book Page and Retrieves the pending requests System opens the cheque number page System accepts the cheque number

Admin Home Page

Leave Account Number Field blank Incorrect Account Number which doesn t exists Choose Cheque Book

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p

p

Cheque Book Page Cheque Number Page

Choose Accept Cheque Number and

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Customer s Account Number System opens the Clearance Page System accepts the cheque number Admin Home Page Clearance Page Choose Clearance Cheque Number

IB-TC01Clearance IB-TC02Clearance

Account Number. Displays a notification for successful transaction. System displays Clearance Page System displays message whether the cheque is cleared or to be stopped. System opens the requested page.

p p

IB-TC01StopPayme nt IB-TC02StopPayme nt IB-TC03StopPayme nt IB-TC04StopPayme nt IB-TC05StopPayme nt IB-TC06StopPayme nt

System opens Stop payment request page System opens the cheque number page System accepts the cheque number and performs stop payment transaction properly. System opens the cheque number page System accepts the cheque number and performs stop payment transaction properly. System validates the cheque number

User s home page Stop Payment Page Stop payment request page Stop Payment Page Stop payment request page Stop payment request page

Choose Stop payment for cheque.

p

Choose Single System opens the Cheque requested page. Enter correct cheque number Accepts request for the cheque.

p

p

Choose Range System opens the of Cheque requested page. Enter correct cheque number Incorrect cheque number Accepts request for the rage of cheque. Displays a notification for invalid cheque number.

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INSTALLATION
The objective of this step is to install the finally tested and approved system at user s site and assist the user in changing over from old system to the new system. It involves various stages like:

Server Setup
It involves: 1. Install WebSphere Application Server. 2. Start the server. 3. Open http://localhost:8080/ in a web browser. 4. Click on Administrator link on the Left panel. 5. Type the username and password. Username: system Password: manager 6. Click on Login. 7. In the Console Navigation click on Deploy New. 8. In the Archive textbox Browse for WebContent.war. 9. The web application is deployed with the name WebApp_ID. 10. Click on Web Apps Wars to see the Installed Web Application. 11. To access the site type in the address bar of the Browser. http://localhost:8080/WebApp_ID/ .

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Database Migration
-Driver,connection string ,username & password can be set in the following file project/technoocean/connect/connect.jsp file 1. Install IBM DB2 on the system and select the username and password as Username: db2admin Password: ibm 2. Create a database name BANK 3. Open the Command Editor. 4. Copy and paste the DDL file.(Database/ddl/ddl.txt) 5. DATABASE : BANK is created SCHEMA: IBANK TABLES: 1. LOGINTABLE 2. ACCOUNT 3. PERSONAL_DETAILS 4. BALANCE 5. REQUESTTABLE 6. STOPTABLE 7. STATEMENT 8. TRANSACTIONPASS 6. The initial value for the administrator username and password is:

User
Administrator Customer Customer Customer Customer

Username
rip aneesh amit dheeraj ankit

Password
rip aneesh amit dheeraj ankit

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MANUAL

USER S MANUAL
[Balance Enquiry]
To inquire about balance 1. Click on Balance Enquiry on the Quick Links panel. 2. Your updated Balance will be displayed.

[Statement]
To make a Statement request 1. Click on Statement on the Quick Links Panel. 2. Enter the last n number of Statement. 3. Click Submit to view the Statement. 4. To take the printout click on Click here for E-Statement .

[Money Transfer]
To transfer funds 1. Click on Money Transfer on the Quick Links panel. 2. Enter a valid account number and the amount to be transferred. 3. User can transfer amount from one account to another in the same bank. 4. The customer should have enough balance or a notification appears for insufficient balance. 5. To transfer the funds, customer needs to enter the valid transaction password. 6. Amount is successfully transferred.

[Cheque Book Request]
To make a cheque book request 1. Click on Cheque Book on the Quick Links panel. 2. Click on Submit to make a request. 3. A notification appears if a request is already pending. 4. To check the status of the request, see Issued Cheque Books.

[Change Address]
To change address 1. Customer can change his/her current/ postal address only 2. Click on Change address on the Quick Links panel. 3. Edit and click on Submit to change the address.

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[Stop Payment of Cheques]
To stop payment of cheque 1. Click on Stop Payment on the Quick Links panel. 2. Enter the cheque number in the text box. 3. Click on Submit. 4. The request is accepted. 5. A notification appears for invalid cheque number.

[Issued Cheque Books]
To see status of requested cheque books 1. Click on Issued Cheque Books on the Quick Links panel. 2. The list of issued cheque gets displayed on your screen.

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ADMINISTRATOR S MANUAL
[Create Account]
To create a new account 1. Click on Create Account on the Quick Links panel. 2. Enter username, password, name, address, city, pincode, telephone. 3. A notification appears if a username already exists. 4. Click on Submit to create account. 5. Click on Add Account to enter details of account.

[Add Account]
To add a new account 1. Click on Add Account on the Quick Links panel. 2. Enter username whose account details need to be entered. 3. Enter Transaction password. 4. Enter the Account Number. 5. Select the type of account. 6. Enter the initial balance. 7. Click on Submit to add account details.

[Search]
To search a customer 1. Click on Search on the Quick Links panel. 2. Enter the username. 3. The user information gets displayed.

[Accept Cheque Book]
To accept pending cheque book request 1. Click on Accept Cheque Book on the Quick Links panel. 2. List of the request gets displayed on the screen. 3. Click on Accept to accept the request. 4. Enter the Cheque Book series in the text box. 5. Click on Submit.

[Stop Cheque Payment (Single Cheque)]
To stop the payment for single cheque 1. Click on Stop Cheque Payment on the Quick Links panel. 2. Select Click here for range of cheque to stop payment for a range of cheques. 3. Enter the account number and the cheque number. 4. Click on Submit 5. A notification appears if the cheque number is invalid.

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[Stop Cheque Payment (Range of Cheque)]
To stop the payment for range of cheque 1. Click on Stop Cheque Payment on the Quick Links panel. 2. Select Click here for range of cheque to stop payment for a range of cheques. 3. Enter the account number and the starting cheque number. 4. Click on Submit 5. A notification appears if the cheque number is invalid.

[Statement]
To make a Statement request 1. Click on Statement on the Quick Links Panel. 2. Enter the last n number of Statement and the account number of the customer. 3. Click Submit to view the Statement. 4. To take the printout click on Click here for E-Statement .

[Clearance]
To clear a cheque 1. Click on Clearance on the Quick Links panel. 2. Enter the cheque number. 3. Click on Submit.

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APPENDIX

10.1 Architectural Design
The proposed system can be better implemented if it is developed in the framework of ntier architecture. We developed a set of different project modules, which can be termed as subsystems that are finally integrated to culminate into a total business solution. J2EE nTier architecture breaks down to following layers.

User Interface : It handles user s interaction with the application .it can be a web browser ,a desktop application or even a wireless device. In our case it will be a browser. Presentation logic: It defines what the user interface displays and how user requests are handled. in our system it is decided by Servlets and JSPs Business logic: It models complex business rules and processing, often through the interaction with application data. In our application it is done by session beans and entity beans. Infrastructure services: These are the middleware services that enhance the functionality of our application. Some are like transaction management, security, lifecycle management, naming and directory service etc. these are provided by WebSphere Application server. Data Layer: Here the enterprise s data resides. In our application IBM DB2 has been used to store data in persistent manner.

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Block Diagram of Architecture

BUSINESS AND DATA LOGIC

REGISTRY SERVICE LIFECYCLE MGMT. TRANSACTIONS

SERVLET CONTAINER

DATABASE

DB2

BROWSER

RDBMS

JSP PAGES

PRESENTATION LOGIC

WASCE

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BIBLIOGRAPHY & REFRENCES

Bibliography
1. [Professional] Java Server Programming J2EE Edition, Wrox Press Ltd. 2. Java Server Pages, Oreily Publications. 3. Java Beans, Oreily Publicatons 4. [HTML- The Complete Reference], Tata Mc Graw-Hill Edition 5. Database Design : Korth 6. IBM TGMC-08 Resources

References
1. http://tgmc.in 2. www.axisbank.co.in

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WEB SHOTS Login Page

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Account Page

Customer s home page

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Administrator s home page

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Fund Transfer

Transaction password

Notification

Amount Successfully Transferred

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Statement

Result

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Create new user

Result

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Result

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INTERNET BANKING SYSTEM

SKIT

Request Cheque Book

Accept Cheque Book

46

INTERNET BANKING SYSTEM

SKIT

Stop payment of cheque

Result1

Result2

47

INTERNET BANKING SYSTEM

SKIT

Clearance

Result1

Result2

48