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Design Problem II

Software Engineering
Airlines Reservation System

Submitted To
Mr.Balraj Singh.

Submitted By

Mukesh kumar
Roll No:-29\
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude towards all the
people
who have in various ways, helped in the successful completion of my
project.

I must convey my gratitude to Ms.…………… for giving me the constant


source of inspiration and help in preparing the project, personally correcting
my work and providing encouragement throughout the project.

I also thank all my faculty members for steering me through the tough as
well as
easy phases of the project in a result oriented manner with concern attention
AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM

PROBLEM DEFINITION
“Apple Airways” are one of the private airlines in India, which caters
large number of people. It has about 10 planes in which 5 serves for
domestic and 5 for international. As the company is doing good business,
they want to make the reservation system as a computerized Airline
Reservation System. The plane details, their departure and arrival time,
source and destination are as follows.

S.No Plane Source Destinatio Departure Arrival


n Time Time
DOMESTIC
1 AAD01 Chennai Mumbai 10.00 11.00
2 AAD02 Kolkatta Chennai 12.00 13.00
3 AAD03 Delhi Bangalore 11.15 12.30
4 AAD04 Mumbai Chennai 13.30 14.30
5 AAD05 Chennai Delhi 15.30 17.00
INTERNATIONAL
1 AAI01 Mumbai London 00.30 10.30
2 AAI02 Delhi Paris 03.20 13.20
3 AAI03 Chennai Colombo 19.30 20.30
4 AAI04 Mumbai Los Angles 05.00 22.00
5 AAI05 Delhi Dubai 04.00 11.00

The system should get the passengers details such as name, age,
address, passport number, which plane he/she wants to travel and the
destination point.

The software should provide search options. If the source point and
destination point are entered, then all the planes traveling between these
planes with arrival and departure time should be displayed for the sake of
passenger.

The software should have option for checking availability of the


tickets. If the ticket is not available, a short message will appear as “ticket
unavailable” will be displayed to the passenger. The software should have
facility to cancel the reservation of the ticket and also can modify the
changes if the customer has some changes in his reservation ticket.
A small statement regarding cancellation should be displayed to
passenger after cancellation of their tickets. The ticket which is cancelled is
then added up to the available ticket column. The airline software should
have the facility to print the ticket with all the details such as data, name of
the plane, destination with timings and the class along with the passenger
details.

The price list of the ticket is also put up according to the class the
passenger prefers to travel.
AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATION

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. PURPOSE

The main purpose of this software is to reduce the manual errors


involved in the airline reservation process and make it convenient for the
customers to book the flights as when they require such that they can utilize
this software to make reservations, modify reservations or cancel a particular
reservation.

1.2 SCOPE

The name of the software is “AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM”.


This software provides options for viewing different flights available with
different timings for a particular date and provides customers with the
facility to book a ticket, modify or cancel a particular reservation but it does
not provide the customers with details of cost of the ticket and it does not
allow the customer to modify a particular part of his reservation and he/she
can modify all his details.

1.3 DEFINITIONS, ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

ARS-Airline Reservation System


LAN-Local Area Network
GUI-Graphical User Interface
OS-Operating System
RAM-Random Access Memory
MB-Mega Bytes
GB-Giga Bytes
Mbps-Mega bits per second
HDD-Hard Disk Drive

1.4 REFERENCES
The books and materials referred during the pre-development stages of the
project include
1. Software Engineering-A Practitioner’s Approach
By Roger S. Pressman
2. Software Engineering-By James Peters

1.5 OVERVIEW

The rest of the document deals about all the main features of this software
each will its purpose and its main functions. It also gives details about the
interface with other products and related functionality of each product.

2. OVERALL DESCRIPTION

2.1 PRODUCT PERSPECTIVE

The “ARS” software is an independent application. It is a self-contained


product. The system interfaces, user interfaces and hardware interfaces
related with this software are defined as follows.

2.1.1 System Interfaces


The client systems should be able to share the data available in the data base
through the network connection.

2.1.2 User Interfaces


The screen formats and menu structure should be in such a way that even
have users will find it easy to use. The product must be use-friendly and very
inter-active. The functionality provided by the system like displaying error
messages should adapt itself to the different users of the software.

2.1.3 Hardware Interfaces


Nil

2.1.4 Software Interfaces


Name of the language: Visual Basics

2.1.5 Communication Interfaces


There is an LAN used for communication among the different client systems
to be used.

2.1.6 Memory Constraints


The system would require disk space of 10 GB and a 256 MB HDD and 64
MB RAM for client systems.

2.1.7 Operation
The users can first make a reservation in a particular flight for a particular
date and time. The system provides the customer with a pin code which
gives him access to either make any changes in his reservation or cancel a
reservation. These must also be back up of data to enable any easy recovery
from any features.

2.1.8 Site Adaptive Requirements


The “ARS” software is an independent and self-contained product and no
modification are required to adapt to a particular installation.

2.2 PRODUCT FUNCTIONS

The major functions include


• Providing flight details
• Flight bookings for a particular destination, date and time and also
providing with a pin code.
• Allowing the customer to modify or cancel his reservation provided
the correct pin code is given.
• Displaying a report of the number of people flying in a particular
flight.

2.3 USER CHARACTERISTICS

No technical experience is required basic knowledge of handling system is


sufficient.
2.4 CONSTRAINTS

• Regulatory policies: It is a mandatory that no text book must be left


empty or contains insufficient data.
• Hardware limitations: There must be a 64 MB on board memory
• Control functions: The software must be very user-friendly and
display appropriate error messages.
• Interfaces to other applications: Not applicable.
• Parallel operations: It must support many users simultaneously.
• Reliability requirements: Data redundancy and use of special/blank
characters must be avoided.
• Safety/security considerations: The application must be exited always
normally.
• Higher order language requirements: VB

2.5 ASSUMPTIONS AND DEPENDENCIES

It is assumed that the details of the cost of ticket are already known to the
customer. Future changes like providing different types of flights with
different classes like business class, economic class will allow the customers
to benefit from one facility.

2.6 APPORTIONING OF REQUIREMENTS

The necessity of providing options to customer to choose their seat or to


choose for economic or business class can be delayed until future versions of
the software are developed.

3. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
3.1 EXTERNAL INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS

3.1.1 User Interfaces


The interface must be easy to understand. The user interface includes
• SCREEN FORMATS/ORGANIZATION: The introductory screen
will be the first to be displayed which will allow the users to choose
either of the two options, viewing flight detail or booking a ticket.
• WINDOW FORMAT/ORGANIZATION: When the user chooses
some other option, then the information pertaining to that choice will
be displayed in a new window which ensures multiple windows to be
visible on the screen and the users can switch between them.
• DATA FORMAT: The data entered by the users will be alpha
numeric.
• END MESSAGES: When there are some exceptions raising error like
entering invalid details, then error messages will be displayed
prompting the users to re-enter the details.

3.1.2 Hardware Interfaces


The system must basically support certain input and output devices. Their
descriptions are as follows.
Name of Item Description of Purpose Source of Input/
Description of output
Key board To accept data from Source of Input
user like pin code,
personal details, flight
details
Printer To print the bookings Destination of Output
mode E.g.: Destination
chosen with date and
timings

3.1.3 Software Interfaces


Not applicable since the product under considerations is an independent one.

3.1.4 Communication Interfaces


Every client system connected through LAN establishes a communication
only with the server and not with any client system. An LAN of 10 Mbps is
used.

3.2 SOFTWARE PRODUCT FEATURES

3.2.1 FEATURE 1
The ability of the software is to provide the details of the flights available
and allow the customers to choose a particular destination and make a
reservation.

3.2.1.1 PURPOSE
The purpose of this is to enable the users to view the different flights
available so as to make it convenient for him to make a reservation.

3.2.1.2 STIMULUS/RESPONSE
Once the user chooses the particular option, the web pages
corresponding to that are to be displayed on the screen i.e., it will
display the different flights available to their respective destinations
and allow the customer to book a ticket.

3.2.1.3 ASSOCIATED FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

3.2.1.3.1 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS


Once the user makes a reservation, he must be provided with a
pin code.

3.2.1.3.1.1 INTRODUCTION
The user must be provided with the required information within
10 seconds.

3.2.1.3.1.2 INPUTS
The user must enter the destination with date and timings and
must make reservation by giving his personal details like name,
address, age, gender, nationality.

3.2.1.3.1.3 PROCESSING
Recognizing the correct details are entered that a message is
displayed confirming his reservation and displays the pin code.
3.2.2 FEATURE 2
The software allows the user to modify an already existing reservation
made by the customer if in case there are any changes that are to be
modified in the reservations of the ticket.

3.2.2.1 PURPOSE
The purpose is to allow the customer to make any changes in his
personal details or flight booking details.

3.2.2.2 STIMULUS/RESPONSE
Once the user requests for changing his reservation, it must be
displayed on the screen prompting the customer to enter his pin code.

3.2.2.3 ASSOCIATED FUNCTIONALITY REQUIREMENTS

3.2.2.3.1 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS


If the pin code provided by the customer does not match, then
would notify the person by displaying error messages.

3.2.2.3.1.1 INTRODUCTION
The system will allow the customer to modify his reservation
provided correct pin code has been entered by him.

3.2.2.3.1.2 INPUT
The user should enter his pin code which gives him access to
modify his reservation.

3.2.2.3.1.3 PROCESSING
The pin code is processed and checked for his validity. If it is
correct then the user can modify his reservation else an error
message will be displayed asking the user to enter the correct
pin code number.

3.2.2.3.1.4 OUTPUT
Given the correct pin code, the user can now modify his
reservation. A new pin code will be generated for the
customers.

3.2.3 FEATURE 3
The software allows the user to cancel an already existing reservation made
by the customer who has booked the ticket.

3.2.3.1 PURPOSE
The purpose is to allow the customer to cancel his reservation if not
required.

3.2.3.1 STIMULUS/RESPONSE
Once the user requests for canceling his reservation, it must be
displayed on the screen prompting the customer to enter his pin code.

3.2.3.3 ASSOCIATED FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

3.2.3.3.1 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS


If the pin code provided by the customer does not match, then it
would notify the person by displaying error messages.

3.2.3.3.1.1 INTRODUCTION
The system will allow the customer to cancel his reservation
provided correct pin code has been entered by the customer.

3.2.3.3.1.2 INPUT
The user should enter his pin code which gives him access to
cancel his reservation.

3.2.3.3.1.3 PROCESSING
The pin code is processed and checked for its validity. If it is
correct, then the user can cancel his reservation else an error
message will be displayed asking the user to enter the correct
pin code number.

3.2.3.3.1.4 OUTPUT
Given the correct pin code, the user can now cancel his
reservation.

3.2.4 FEATURE 4
The software must also give a report on the number of reservations made for
a particular flight.

3.2.4.1 PURPOSE
The purpose is to enable the administrator to view the number of
people in a particular flight.

3.2.4.2 STIMULUS/RESPONSE
Once the user requests for this option, all the details of the customers
who have made reservation will be displayed.

3.2.4.3 ASSOCIATED FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

3.2.4.3.1 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS


If no reservations are made, then a message is displayed that no
bookings have been made.

3.2.4.3.1.1 INTRODUCTION
The system will allow the administrator to view all the details
of the customer who have made reservations.

3.2.4.3.1.2 INPUT
The administrator must enter the password so that access is
given only to him to view the details of all the customers.

3.2.4.3.1.3 PROCESSING
The password is processed and checked for its validity. If it is
not correct, then the administrator is asked to enter the correct
password.

3.2.4.3.1.4 OUTPUT
Given the correct password, the administrator can view all the
details of customers with date and time of their bookings made.

3.3 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS


• At any instant, a maximum of four nodes or users will be given access
simultaneously.
• Since the program handles multiple users, if more than one person
attempts to same date to the files stored in the data base, the program
will lock the data file using a 2-phase commit protocol to prevent
simultaneous access.

3.4 DESIGN CONSTRAINTS

• Requires 256 MB on-board memory.


• Based completely on Windows functionality platform.
• The software should be portable and must be inaccessible to
unauthorized users.

3.5 SOFTWARE SYSTEM ATTRIBUTES

3.5.2 Reliability
The factors needed to establish the software expected reliability are
• The user inputs should be valid and within the given range.
• Normal termination of the program.

3.5.2 Availability
The factors guarantee the software’s availability includes proper termination
and correct input details. Also the resources used for the project
development are Microsoft Certified which speaks of its high quality
standards.

3.5.3 Security
• It must be ensured that access will be provided to the authorized
persons through user ID and password.
• Network security will be provided by the use of firewalls.
• Checks can be performed at regular internals to ensure data integrity.

3.5.4 Maintainability
The software will be developed by implementing the concept of modularity
which in turn reduces the complexity involved in maintaining it. The
administrator should have a sound technical knowledge about maintaining
the software and further enhancements will be undertaken by the developer.

3.5.5 Portability
The application is portable which ensures its adaptability for use on different
computer terminals with different operating systems and standards.

3.6 LOGICAL DATABASE REQUIREMENTS

The system requires the use of text files to maintain the customers personal
details and his booking details. An entity must be used to specify the various
departments and the seats available in them. This information will be used
frequently by the authorities for verification.

3.7 OTHER REQUIREMENTS


Nil

4. INDEX
Nil

5. APPENDICES

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1..>>ALGORITHM
In this phase further I had designed algorithms for various technical sub
problem a few than are
enclosed here with.
RESERVATION
A PERSON COME TO RESERVED ATICKET.

THEN HE GIVES HIS FULL DETAILS

IN CUSTOMER FORM THOSE DETAILS WERE WRITTEN.

THEN COMPUTER CHEQUE THE DATE WHAT DATE THE PERSON
RESER
VED

DATE WISE IT CHEQUE THE FLIGHTS

IF THE FLIGHT IS FLING THAT DAY

THEN SYSTEM JUSTIFY THE SPECIFIC FLIGHT ID

IT CHEQUE ITS SEAT CLASS.

IF THE PASSENGER WANT TO ECONOMIC CLASS AND WINDOW
SIDE SEAT

THEN SYSTEM CHEQUE IF THERE ANY SEAT IN ECONOMIC
CLASS WHICH
IS INSIDE THE WINDOW

IF SEAT IS EMPTY THEN SYSTEM RESERVED THE SEAT .

• THEN TICKET IS GENERATED.



THE TICKET IS CONFIRMED.

IF THE CONDITION IS NOT APPLIED THEN IT CHEQUE NEXT SEAT

AND JUSTIFIED IT .

IF IT IS NOT ALSO EMPTY THEN IT CHEQUE NEXT BY NEXT.

IF THERE IS NO SEAT THEN SYSTEM TAKE TICKET WHICH IS NOT
CONFIRMED

THEN IT GIVE WAITING LIST

Cancellation Facility
- > Using a cascade delete operation on multiple tables
- > The “Booked” column in tblFlights decremented by 1 for
each cancellation.
- > All the details corresponding to that particular
“Customer Id” is deleted from the “tblPassenger” table
from database.
- > All the reservation details are deleted from the table
“tblReservationDetails” according to that very
“CustomerId”.

2.>Customer Feedback
- > Customer inputs its feedback in form of Feedback score,
which can range from 0 to 10. Another option is “comment”
which is optional.
User can comment upon the services of the company.

3..>DATA FLOW DIAGRAM:


LEVEL 0:
Reservati
on

User Airline Displa


reservation y
System
Cancellatio
n

LEVEL 1(a):
Accept
User Reservation the
details

Reserve in Passenger
the file Database

LEVEL 1(b):

Cancellatio Accept
User n the
details

Cancel in Passenger
the file Database

LEVEL 2:

Read Customer
Displa
User Passenger database
y
details

Display in
tabular
form

Customer Feedback
- > Customer inputs its feedback in form of Feedback score,
which can range from 0 to 10. Another option is “comment”
which is optional.
User can comment upon the services of the company.

FUNCTION POINT ANALYSIS

AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM

Function point analysis is a structural technique of problem solving. It is a


method to break system into small components so that they can be better
understood and analyzed.

Function point analysis is a unique measure for software.


1. Data communications-2
2. Distributed data processing-2
3. Performance-3
4. Heavily used configuration-2
5. Transaction rate-3
6. Online data entry-0
7. End user efficiency-1
8. Online update-0
9. Complex processing-3
10. Reusability-4
11. Installation ease-3
12. Operational ease-3
13. Multiple sites-0
14. Facilitate change-3

Type of component Complexity of the components


Count Low Function point
External inputs 9 3 15
External outputs 9 4 16
External inquiries 3 3 9
Internal logic files 1 7 7
External interface 1 5 6
Files
Count total 33

Function point = count total*[0.65+ (0.01*Σ f(i)]


Where the f(i) [1, 2,…,14] are complexity adjustment values based on the
responses to 14 statements. Scales ranges from 1, 2,3,4,5.

Formula
FP = count total*[0.65+ (0.01*Σ Fi)]
=33*[0.65+ (0.01*29)]
= 31.02
Function point count for Airline reservation system= 31.02

Lines of code=31.02*29=899.5=0.8KLOC
Code developed in ‘C++’

Estimation of effort using Cocomo Model:


a=3.2; b=1.05

Effort =a*(KLOC) b
=3.2*(0.8)1.05
=2.5 person-month

Estimation of time using Cocomo Model:


Type of Project = Organic. Then, c=2.5; d=0.38

Time = (Effort) d * c
= (2.5) 0.38 * 2.5
= 3.3 months

Estimation of Cost using Cocomo Model:


Cost = 3.3 *10000
= Rs. 33,000.

PROGRAM
#include<fstream.h>
#include<iostream.h>
#include<iomanip.h>
#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>
#include<process.h>
#include<dos.h>
#include<time.h>
#include<string.h>
class airline
{
char name[20];
char addr[30];
char email[20];
long int phone;
long int passno;
long int date;
char source[30];
char dest[30];
char dep[20];
char arrv[20];
int pword;
public:
void reserve();
void display();
void cancel();
}ob;
ifstream fin;
ofstream fout;
int choice;
int size=sizeof(airline);
void line()
{
cout<<"\n";
for(int i=0;i<80;i++)
cout<<"-";
cout<<"\n";
}

void main()
{
do
{
clrscr();
line();
cout<<"\n\t\t\tAIRLINE RESERVATION";
cout<<"\SYSTEM\n";
line();
cout<<"\n\tMENU:\n";
cout<<"\n1:RESERVATION";
cout<<"\n2:DISPLAY";
cout<<"\n3:CANCELLATION";
cout<<"\n4:EXIT";
cout<<"\n\nEnter your choice : ";
fflush(stdin);
cin>>choice;
line();
switch(choice)
{
case 1: fout.open("nel.cpp",ios::app);
ob.reserve();
fout.write((char*)&ob,size);
fout.close();
getch();
break;
case 2: ob.display();
getch();
break;
case 3: ob.cancel();
getch();
break;
case 4: exit(0);
}
}while(choice<4);
getch();
}

void airline::reserve()
{
int mode,plno;
char pname[10];
clrscr();
cout<<"\nEnter passengers details : ";
cout<<"\nName mukesh samta - ";
gets(name);
cout<<"\nAddress -LPU JALANDHAR ";
gets(addr);
cout<<"\nE-Mail ID-mukeshsamta@gmail.com - ";
gets(email);
cout<<"\nTelephone no -9023260953 ";
cin>>phone;
cout<<"\nEnter the date of travelling :15/12/2010 ";
cin>>date;
line();
cout<<"\n\t1:Domestic\n\t2:International\nEnter the mode:";
cin>>mode;
if(mode==1)
{
cout<<"\nEnter the plane 1 or 2 or 3 - ";
cin>>plno;
switch(plno)
{
case 1: strcpy(pname,"aado1");
strcpy(source,"delhi");
strcpy(dest,"patna");
strcpy(dep,"10:00");
strcpy(arrv,"11:00");
break;

case 2: strcpy(pname,"aado2");
strcpy(source,"jalandhar");
strcpy(dest,”delhi");
strcpy(dep,"12:00");
strcpy(arrv,"13:15");
break;

case 3: strcpy(pname,"aado3");
strcpy(source,"patna");
strcpy(dest,"banglore");
strcpy(dep,"17:00");
strcpy(arrv,"18:00");
break;
}
}
else
if(mode==2)
{
cout<<"\nEnter the plane 1 or 2 or 3 - ";
cin>>plno;
switch(plno)
{

case 1: strcpy(pname,"aai01");
strcpy(source,"banglore");
strcpy(dest,"London");
strcpy(dep,"00:30");
strcpy(arrv,"10:30");
break;

case 2: strcpy(pname,"aai02");
strcpy(source,"london");
strcpy(dest,"Paris");
strcpy(dep,"03:20");
strcpy(arrv,"13:20");
break;

case 3: strcpy(pname,"aaio3");
strcpy(source,"paris");
strcpy(dest,"Colombo");
strcpy(dep,"19:30");
strcpy(arrv,"20:30");
break;
}
}

randomize();
pword=random(1000);
cout<<"\nPASSWORD\t"<<pword;
getch();
line();
clrscr();
}
void airline::display()
{
cout<<"\n\n\t1:Passenger Reports\n";
line();
cout<<"RESNO"<<setw(12)<<"NAME"<<setw(12) ;
cout<<"ADDRESS"<<setw(12)<<"SOURCE";
cout<<setw(16)<<"DESTINATION\n";
fin.open("nel.cpp");
line();
while(fin.read((char*)&ob,size))
{
cout<<pword<<setw(12)<<name;
cout<<setw(12)<<addr<<setw(12);
cout<<source<<setw(16)<<dest<<"\n";
}
line();
fin.close();
}
void airline::cancel()
{
int login,p=0;
fin.open("nel.cpp");
fout.open("tempfile1.cpp");
cout<<"\nEnter your password : ";
cin>>login;
while(fin)
{
if(login==pword)
p=1;
if(login!=pword)
fout.write((char*)&ob,size);
fin.read((char*)&ob,size);
}
fin.close();
fout.close();
remove("nel.cpp");
rename("tempfile1.cpp","nel.cpp");
clrscr();
if(p==0)
cout<<"\nNo match found";
else
cout<<"\nReservation cancelled";
}
OUTPUT

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AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

MENU:

1:RESERVATION
2:DISPLAY
3:CANCELLATION
4:EXIT

Enter your choice : 1


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Enter passengers details :


Name - mukesh samta

Address - LPU JALANDHAR

E-Mail ID - mukeshsamta@gmail.com

Telephone no - 9023260953

Enter the date of travelling : 1


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1:Domestic
2:International
Enter the mode:1

Enter the plane 1 or 2 or 3 - 1

PASSWORD 131

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AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MENU:

1:RESERVATION
2:DISPLAY
3:CANCELLATION
4:EXIT

Enter your choice : 2


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1:Passenger Reports

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

RESNO NAME ADDRESS SOURCE DESTINATION

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

131 mukesh samta LPU ,JALANDHAR Chennai Mumbai

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MENU:

1:RESERVATION
2:DISPLAY
3:CANCELLATION
4:EXIT
Enter your choice : 3

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Enter your password : 131


Reservation cancelled
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AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MENU:

1:RESERVATION
2:DISPLAY
3:CANCELLATION
4:EXIT

Enter your choice : 2


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1:Passenger Reports

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

RESNO NAME ADDRESS SOURCE DESTINATION

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM

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MENU:

1:RESERVATION
2:DISPLAY
3:CANCELLATION
4:EXIT

Enter your choice : 4

TEST CASES

INPUT PROCESSING OUTPUT


Reservation: Reservation Enter the passenger
reserve system: details:
{ Input the details Name-abc
…….. about the passenger and Address-
…….. the flight in which they 100,umanroad,ch-17
…….. are willing to travel. It E-Mail id-
…….. generates a password abc@yahoo.co.in
} for the passenger. Telephone no-1111111
Enter the date of
traveling-
1:domestic
2:international
Enter the mode: 1
Enter the plane 1or2or3-1
PASSWORD 131

Cancellation: Cancellation: Enter the password:131


cancel Input the Password Reservation cancelled
{ of the passenger to be
…….. deleted. And cancels
…….. the flight.
……..
……..
}

ERROR TRACKING:

Errors per requirements specification page : denoted by Ereq-3


Errors per component –design level : denoted by Edesign-5
Errors per component –code level : denoted by Ecode-0