Online Shopping Portal

1. Abstract (Project Profile)

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Abstract
 Shopping Cart is an online store that enables website owners to sell their product online. It is a web shopping cart that web enables the day-day sales functions.

The System helps the Customer to purchase the products with and without Credit – Card Information.

 It includes sophisticated product and customer management modules.  This website will be useful to anyone who wants to purchase items using internet.  Generates the Reports related to the system.  This system is developed as our company requirements

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Project Profile
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Project Title: Online Shopping Portal. Project Guide: Mr. Ankit Prajapati Mr. Digant Shah

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Project Co-Ordinator: Mr.Jyotindra Dharwa. Internal Guide: Mr.Krunal Trivedi. Front End: Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2005-ASP.Net with C#.NET Back End: MS SQL Server-2005 Organization: InfyNeon Solution Pvt.Ltd. Team Size: 3 Developed By: Patel Priyanka V.

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2. About Organization

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About Organization
 InfyNeon is an Ahmadabad; India based IT Company that concentrate on the local and International needs of the growing IT industry. We focus on developing both desktop applications and Web applications to a variety of industries and businesses.  We are an organization driven by ideas. An organization where creative insights and strategic know-how are used to solve software and communication needs of our clients. Our edge lies in our ability to offer an integrated approach to address clients' needs to operate efficiently as well as to communicate and serve customers effectively.  We offer a wide range of services including Website design, development and Web application development. The company is 100 percent customer-driven and fully committed to offer advanced IT expertise and cutting-edge software solutions.  InfyNeon is an identical opportunity employer, committed to the development of our people on the personal, professional and technology levels. We offer a competitive rewards, and opportunities to share in the success of the business.

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3. Existing System

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Existing System
 In the existing system all transactions, dealings of products, purchasing of products were done manually which is time consuming.

Reports are prepared manually as and when needed. Maintaining of reports is very tedious task.

 To buy any product user has to collect information about it either by visiting the shop or asking people which is the better one.  There is no computer system for handling payments. All calculations are performed manually which may not be accurate always. Maintaining the record is really a tedious task.  Any internet user can use this existing website to search for any kind of products, select particular products from a wide range of products.  Once they make of their mind to purchase any particular thing they can place an order and make a payment throw various available payment option.

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4. Need For The New System

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Need for the New System
 Online Shopping Portal is a specific requirement of the client that integrates the buying and selling services specifically to their customers.  Need for the new system is due to major drawbacks of existing system.  Reports can be generated at any time within few seconds, so that manual labour is not required, and also analysis can be performed much more frequently which helps in taking decision.  The details regarding all users, products can also be maintained as their information is very helpful and sometimes becomes a critical requirement.  Allows user to get registered from their places and transact for the required product.

To overcome these problems in existing system we develop “Online Shopping Portal”.

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5. Hardware & Software Req.

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Hardware & Software Requirement

Hardware Requirements ( MINIMUM )
Central Processing Unit Hard Disk Capacity Memory Monitor Keyboard Mouse Pentium IV 2.66 GHZ 40 GB 256 MB RAM LG TVS GOLD Logitech Mouse

Software Requirements ( MINIMUM )
Server – Side: Front End Back End Tool End Client – Side: Operating System Run Time Environment Windows XP Professional .NET Framework 2.0 Microsoft Windows ASP.NET with C# 2005 Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Microsoft Office 2003, Crystal Reports

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6. System Flow Chart

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System Flow Chart

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7. Data Flow Diagram

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Context Level Diagram:

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First Level Diagram:

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Second Level Diagram

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Second Level Diagram:

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Second Level Diagram:

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8. Data Dictionary

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Table: -Tbl_ User Description: - This table store information of User like Name, Address, Contact No, and Email Address. Each User has associated reference in User, which stores projects belong to User, product which stores Product Information belong to User.

Fields: Field Name
vcID vcPass vcFsNm vcLsNm vcGender vcAdd vcCity vcState vcZipCode vcCnctNo vcEmailId vcConPass

Data Type
Varchar(50) Varchar(20) Varchar(50) Varchar(50) Varchar(6) Varchar(50) Varchar(50) Varchar(50) Varchar(10) Varchar(20) Varchar(50) Varchar(20)

Description
User Name Password First Name Last Name Gender Address City State Zip Code Contact No Email ID ConformPassword

Allow Null
Primary key Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null

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Table: - Tbl_Product Description: - This table stores Information about Product of each User.

Fields: Field Name
nmID vcNm txtDes nmPrice nmQuan nmDis Image nmCtgryID

Data Type
Numeric(4,0) Varchar(50) Text Numeric(18,0) Numeric(18,0) Numeric(18,0) Image Numeric(3,0)

Description
Product ID Product Name Description Price Quantity Discount Product image Category ID

Allow Null
Primary key Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Foreign key

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Table: - Tbl_Category Description: - This table stores Information about Category of each User.

Fields: Field Name
nmCtgryID vcNm txtDes

Data Type
Numeric(3,0) Varchar(50) Text

Description
Category ID Category Name Description

Allow Null
Primary key Not Null Not Null

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Table: - Tbl_ Shopping Cart Description: - This table stores Information about Cart.

Fields: Field Name
nmID vcNm nmQuan nmPrice

Data Type
Numeric(4,0) Varchar(50) Numeric(18,0) Numeric(18,0)

Description
Product ID Product Name Quantity Price

Allow Null
primary key Not Null Not Null Not Null

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Table: - Tbl_ Order detail Description: - This table stores Information about Order of each User.

Fields: Field Name
nmNo nmID nmQuan nmPrice nmAmt

Data Type
Numeric(4,0) Numeric(4,0) Numeric(18,0) Numeric(18,0) Numeric(18,0)

Description
Order No Product ID Quantity Order Price Total Amount

Allow Null
Primary key Foreign key Not Null Not Null Not Null

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Table: - Tbl_Admin Description: - This table stores Information about Admin.

Fields: Field Name
vcID vcPass vcEmailID

Data Type
Varchar(50) Varchar(20) Varchar(50)

Description
Admin ID Admin Password Admin Email ID

Allow Null
Primary key Not Null Not Null

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9. E-R Diagram

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10. Process Description

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Brief Description Of Process
Process: Software process as a framework for the tasks that are required
to build high quality software. Or we can say that process defines the approach that is taken as software is engineered.

Process model used by us:
Spiral model: The Spiral model originally proposed by Boehm , is an evolutionary software process model that couples the iterative nature of prototyping with the controlled & systematic aspects of the linear sequential model . It provides the potential for rapid development of incremental version of the software. Using the spiral model software is developed in a series of incremental releases. A spiral model is divided into a number of framework activities also called task regions. A spiral model contains six task regions: Customer Communication: Tasks required to establish effective communication between developer & customer. Planning: Tasks required to define resources, timeline & other project related information. Risk analysis: Task required to access. Engineering: Tasks required to build one or more representation of the application. Construction & release: Task required to construct, test, install & provide user support (e.g., documentation & Training) Customer evaluation: Tasks required to obtain customer feedback based on evolution of the software representation created during the engineering stage & implemented during the installation stage.

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Process Algorithm
Step 1 : Initialization Username and Password. Step 2 : Check the Username and Password. If Invalid Username and Password then Go To Step 1 otherwise Go To Step 3. Step 3 : Check Enter Operator is Admin or User. If Admin Go To Step 4 otherwise Go To Step 8. Step 4 : If create a new user Go To step 5 otherwise Go To Step 6. Step 5 : Fill up the information in registration form and create a Username and Password and fill up other information of this new User. Go To Step 9. Step 6: Written detail of following in the User table. Username, password, Firstname, Lastname, Gender, Address, City, State,Zip-code , Contact no, Email id and ISAdmin Step 7 : If Request Issue then Update user ISAdmin or not information and entry in the User table. Go To Step 9. Step 8 : Go To Step 6. Step 9 : End.

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11. Input Designs

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Home Page

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Login Page

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Registration Page

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Category Page1

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Category Page2

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View Product Page

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Product Page1

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Product Page2

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Product Page3

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Product Page4

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Product Page5

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Product Page6

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Product Page7

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Shopping Cart Page

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Checkout Page

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12. Output Designs

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Product Reports

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Category Reports

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User Reports

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13. Testing

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Testing

Software testing is a criterion of software quality assurance and represents the ultimate review of specified designing and coding.  System testing reveals the presence of errors in the software developed.  Testing is the process of executing a program with the intent of finding an error.  A good test is one that has a high probability for finding a yet undiscovered error.  A successful test is one that uncovers the hidden errors. Characteristics of Testing:  Testing begins at the module level and works outward and towards the integration of the entire computer based system.

Different testing techniques are appropriate at different level of time.

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14. Post Implementation Review

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Post Implementation Review
Post Implementation Review is used for taking review of project. The most fundamental concern during post implementation review is determining whether the system has met its objective and producing the results intended. If neither is happening, one may question whether the system can considered successful. It is generally found that systems that are easy to use require less manpower, saves the data entry duplication work are accepted and well received by people. But still the following points have to consider.  How have systems changed the cost of operation?  How have systems changed the way in which operations are performed?  How have systems changed the timeliness of information and reports user received? The new system needs less manpower, provides information on time and saves the data. The main objective of the system is its ability to generate reports and at the same time provide reports to the management that help them in making decision. Hence, it is much easier to learn and work with.

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15. Future Enhancement

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Future Enhancement
We think that not a single project is ever considered as complete forever because our mind is always thinking new and our necessities also are growing. Our application Also, if you see at the first glance that you find it to be complete but we want to make it still mature and fully automatic. As system is flexible you can generate more report and screen as and when required.

 The system is modified in future as per the owner requirement.

In this system we can add more reports about users so more and more Information about E_SHOP.com

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16. Bibliography

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Bibliography
To develop this “web application of Online Purchase of Electronics items” we used ASP. Net Front End and SQL server 2005 Back End (Database). We take some knowledge towards automation system from some books that are given below. Black book ASP. Net 2.0 MSDN Library Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Database Design& Implementation Analysis & Design of Information System ASP. Net with c#, Ajax. Web References: www.ebay.com www.Google.com www.msdn.com

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