PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR SALZER ELECTRONIC LTD

PROJECT WORK SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF COMMERCE WITH COMPUTER APPLICATIONS BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY COIMBATORE-641 004 SUBMITTED BY

A. SANTHANA LAKSHMI (09BBC081) GUIDED BY MS.R.JAYASATHYA. M.Com., M.Phil., MBA., PGDCA.,

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE WITH COMPUTER APPLICATIONS PSGR KRISHNAMMAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
COLLEGE WITH POTENTIAL FOR EXCELLENCE

(An Autonomous Institution affiliated to Bharathiar University) (Reaccredited with ‘A’ Grade by NAAC) (An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution) Coimbatore -641 004. MARCH 2012

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Certifica te
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CERTIFICATE This is to certify that this project work entitled “PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” submitted to Bharathiar University in the partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Commerce with Computer Applications is a record of original work done by A.SANTHANA LAKSHMI (09BBC081) during the period of study in PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore under my supervision and guidance and the project has not formed the basis for the award of any Degree/Diploma/Associate/fellowship or similar title to any candidates of any university.

Submitted for final Examination held on _____________________

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Declarati on 4 .

PSGR KRISHNAMMAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN.. M.M.DECLARATION I hereby declare that this project entitled “PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” submitted to BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY for the award to the degree of BACHELOR OF COMMERCE WITH COMPUTER APPLICATION. MBA. is a record word done by me under the supervision and guidance of Mrs. M.Com.. M... R.. JAYASATHYA... PGDCA. R.SANTHANA (09BBC081) Endrosed by Place:Coimbatore Date: Ms.. PGDCA.Phil. Ms. Faculty Guide. Place :Coimbatore LAKSHMI Date: A.Com.Phil.COM(CA). JAYASATHYA. and this project work has not formed the basis for the award of any Degree/Diploma/Associate/Fellowship or similar title to any candidate of any university. MBA. DEPARTMENT OF B. 5 .

6 Acknowledge ment .

Jayasathya. I take this oppurtunity to express my sincere thanks to Salzer Electronic Ltd.Principal..ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I take this opportunity with great pleasure.MBA. Coimbatore for granting me permission to undergo this training. the contribution of many individuals in the successful completion of this project.. P. Ms.. M. R.Nithya.D.Com. I am extremely grateful to Mrs.Com...M.com.R. M. My sincere thanks are due to all the staff of our department for their constant support and encouragement. for their constant help in completion of this project work.Com (CA) and M. make this project successful... M.G. Ph. for her valuable guidance that has gone a long way to 7 . M. deep satisfaction and gratitude.Phil.R.. MBA. Head of the Department of B. I record my sincere thanks to Dr (Mrs. I am highly indebted to my guide.Com for the guidance and enthusiasm provided throughout the project work.Krishnammal College for Women.S.) N.Yeshodha Devi.PGDCA. PGDCA...Phil.

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1 TABLE DESIGN 4.2 SOFTWARE FEATURES 3 SYSTEM ANALYSIS 3. SYNOPSIS TOPIC PAGE NO 1 INTRODUCTION 1.3 OUTPUT DESIGN 5 SYSTEM TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION 5.3 CONTEXT ANALYSIS DIAGRAM 4 SYSTEM DESIGN 4.2 PROPOSED SYSTEM 3.3 ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT 2 SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT 2.1 SYSTEM TESTING 5.2 SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION 6 CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY 9 .2 INPUT DESIGN 4.1 EXISTING SYSTEM 3.1 ABOUT THE COMPANY 1.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 2.2 COMPANY PROFILE 1.CONTENTS CHAPTER NO.

10 Introduc tion .

All the products of the company are internationally certified by UL (Underwriters Laboratories). It is the largest supplier to Indian railways. government of india.1 ABOUT THE COMPANY Salzer electronics limited is a company established on 8 January 1985 at samichettipalayam. The company has also entered into technical and financial collaboration with M/s. Salzer is the only approved supplier for nuclear power Corporation for rotary switches. periyanayakanpalayam for the manufacture of rotary switches ranging from 6 amps to 400 amps for industrial as well as domestic applications.shareholders.1. CSA (Canadian Standards association). Department of science and industrial research. CanadaI(leading manufacturing of transformers 11 . to continuously build the organization from a humble beginning to a group of companies with international affiliations.pliotron Manufacturing Inc. INTRODUCTION 1. VDE (Association of German electrical technologists). financial institutions. The company has a strong R&D facality with the full fledged laboratory and capative tool room to upgrade& develop products setting with new market trends. Our In-house R&D has been recognized by ministry of science and technology.. The company started its commercial production during august 1986 and it has more than 20 years record of success. We have tremendous support from our customers. and CE (Conformite European) recognition of our quality. employees and all other agencies.

With his experience gained through his association he promoted the project in the year 1985 for the manufacture of rotary switches. V. • To achieve cost effectiveness. Manikandan. in 1995 for manufacturing toroidal transformers with 50% buyback. OBJECTIVES OF THE COMPANY • Strengthen its hold in the global markets. • Clear communication with vendors. • Clear understanding of customer’s instructions. is a qualified electrical engineer and entrepreneur with wide experience.in north America). MISSION OF THE COMPANY • To reduce the cost of production. 12 . • Better utilization of human resources and manufacturing facilities. • To reduce cost. He has served with m/s Lakshmi machine works limited. • Clear instructions for production. the market leader in textile machinery manufacturing industry. VISION OF THE COMPANY • In time action. PROMOTERS OF THE COMPANY The core promoter of salzer electronics limited is Mr.

13 Company . • To continue to surpass the past achievements.• To satisfy the customer.

Coimbatore-641047.com Website Number of employees : www. Managing director : Mr.com : 800 14 . Samichettipalayam.salzergroup.Manikandan Year of establishment : 1985 Phone no : 0422-4233600 Fax : 0422-2692170 E-Mail : salzer@salzergroup.V.2 COMPANY PROFILE Company name : Salzer Electronics limited Address : 105B.1.

Production department 15 .

The coils are generally smaller and therefore can activate much faster than the armatures in electro mechanical relays. The switches are composed of 2 overlapping Ferro magnetic blades sealed within glass capsule which is filled with a gas. It produces products in all capacities from 6 Amps to 400 Amps. The main function of production department is to produce our products on time to the required quality levels at the defined product cost. In production department. They are: 1) RELAY TYPE 2) SINGLE PHASE MOTOR STARTER 3) CONTACTOR RELAY TYPE Relays are made up of coils wrapped around switches. The main role of production is to turn inputs (raw materials) into outputs (finished goods).Vijaya. assembly section is present in which three types of switches are produced.3 PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT Production department is under the control of Mrs.1. The gas inside the capsule is nitrogen gas. 16 . The company is established in the switch gear industry for the manufacture of CAM operated rotary switches with latest technology at International standards mainly for industrial purposes.Output refers to a finished product or service and inputs are the material that are needed to manufacture certain goods. Salzer is the largest producer of rotary switches and cable ducts in Asia.

SINGLE PHASE MOTOR STARTER Single Phase motor starter is available at lowest cost with less maintenance and so they are more in need today. A contactor is controlled by a circuit which has lower power level than the switched circuit contactors. to achieve the targeted production. The switched circuit contactor comes in many forms with varying capacities and features. The stator field will not produce rotation because the interaction is shown by double headed arrow and the force is across the rotator. CONTACTORS A contactor is en electrically controlled switch used for switching a power circuit similar to relay type except with higher current ratings. The company produces best in quality and value added products complying with international benchmark. Contactors are used to control electric motors and other electrical loads. A short circuit contactors range from several amps and in kilowatt. 17 . The stator field in the single phase motor does not rotate instead it alternates between the poles. The company has a complete tool room to take care of the production requirements.

System Environment 18 .

SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT 2.8GHZ) 512MB 250GB 18.2.0 MICROSOFT ACCESS    19 .5” CRT 101 keys Logitech mouse Main memory Hard Disk capacity Monitor Keyboard Mouse Software Configuration: Operating System Front end Back end : : : WINDOWS XP VISUAL BASIC 6.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Hardware configuration:  Processor      : : : : : : Intel Pentium IV (1.

20 Software Features .

2 SOFTWARE FEATURES VISUAL BASIC 6. It makes use of Graphical user interface for creating robust and powerful application. There are two concepts crucial to Visual Basic.2. faster application development. Coding in GUI environment is quite a transition to traditional. Visual basic IDE is make up of a number of components Visual Basic was developed from the Basic programming language Microsoft Corporation created the enhanced version of BASIC called visual basic for windows.0 is an ideal programming language for developing sophisticated professional applications for Microsoft Windows. They are  A visual method of creating the application.  Ability to attach code directly to each event. In a GUI environment. the number of options open to the user is much greater.0 VISUAL BASIC 6. Menu Bar  Tool Bar  Project Explorer  Properties Windows  Form Layout window  Tool Box  Form Designer 21 . linear path of execution and is limited to a small set of operations. user friendliness.

text boxes. thus the path through the application’s code differs each time the program runs. scroll bars. option buttons(for making exclusive choices).bas) Class modules (. or even from the application itself. • These windows have full access to the clipboard and to the information in most other windows applications running at the same time. Execution starts with the first line of code and follows a predefined path through the application. The sequence of these events determine the sequence in which the code executes. command buttons. by messages from the system or other applications.vbp files. list boxes. A . the application itself controls which portions of code execute and in what sequence. In an event-driven application. • Visual basic to communicate with other applications running under windows. using the most modern version of Microsoft’s COM/OLE technology. check boxes(for nonexclusive choices). Events can be triggered by the user’s actions. 22 .The event-driven model In traditional or “procedural” applications. and file and directory boxes to blank windows. calling procedures as needed. The content of a Visual Basic projects are stored as .vbp files contains different modules.frm)  Standard modules (. They are  Form Modules (.cls) Features: • Visual basic lets you add menus. the code doesn’t follow a predetermined path – it executes different code sections in response to events.

• Visual basic 6 offers more: more internet features, better support for database development, more language features to make programming jobs easier, more wizards, more. Advantages: • Visual basic monitors the windows and the controls in each window for all the events that each control can recognize. • When visual basic detects an event, if there isn’t a built in response to the event, visual basic examines the application to see if you have written an event procedure for the event. • Visual basic is an event procedure, visual basic executes the code that makes up that event procedure and goes back to step1. • Visual basic’s programming language is based on a modern structured version of basic, it’s easy to build large programs by using modern modular and objectoriented techniques. • Visual basic also provides sophisticated error handling for all too common task of preventing users from bombing an application. • The visual basic complier is fast, and even lets do background compilation or compile only the code that is needed to start the application. • This means that any changes needed to correct the routine programming nd typographical errors that are so common when you begin building an application are a snap.

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• In addition, visual basic has an extensive online help system for quick reference while its developing the application. Backend MS access -2007 MS-Access is a powerful multi-user RDBMS developed by Microsoft Corporation. It store and manipulate large amounts of information and automatic repetitive tasks such as manipulating an inventory and generation invokes. Using access easy to use data input forms can be developed. Data can process and meaningful reports can be generated. MS-Access provides most of the features available in the high end RDBMS products like oracle. Sybase and ingress etc. Visual Basic keeps Access as its native database always called joint engine technology’s which means structured query language is widely used here for retrieving data from one or more tables other than the wizard available in ACCESS.

Data in ACCESS is organized in the form of tables. Within tables, records are arranged according to a common reference value known as primary key or the key field. The value in the key field is different for every record and thus helps in uniquely identifying records. A combination of two or more fields can also be used as the primary key. Since the value in one table can be replicated across other tables. There should be a way to maintain a relation between the two tables. This relation is implemented through the concept of foreign key. The foreign key in staple is a field, which links that table to another table.

Features of MS-Access
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 Windows-Based application  Large data management capacity  Importing, exporting and linking external files  Wizards and builders  Built-in functions, Macros  Context-sensitive and the answer wizard  Built-in security.

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rare. product catalog. investments. But only access makes it easy to build a full user interface for that database • Backup • Space • Searching • Integrating with other applications 26 . CDs. and other financial planning details • Access is also the king of small businesses. you can use virtually any database product to create a list of customer orders. wine vintages. and invoices • Lists of guests and gifts for weddings and other celebrations • Lists of expenses. family . and co workers • Business information. because of its legendary powers of customization. risqué movies. or anything else you want to collect and keep track of • Mailing lists that let you keep in touch with friends. like customer lists.Advantages • Catalogs of books. After all. order records .

27 System analysis .

It also validates the data gathered by other means.1 EXISTING SYSTEM STUDY The system study phase studies the problem. It also gives a better understanding of the workloads & pressures faced. By observation we can point out the changes needed to the existing system. Interview 28 .3. The system study gives idea user requirements. identifies alternate solutions evaluate those solutions and finally recommends the best solution. The techniques used are:    Observation Interview Discussion Observation Observation Observation of the functioning of the existing system gives the idea for the design of the new system. It is helpful to understand and study the entire current system. This will figure of the pitfalls of the current system. SYSTEM ANALYSIS 3. The system study can be performed only on an existing system. A detailed system study is an essential for developing an efficient system. The system study gives the structure & function of the system.

29 . Interviewing the managerial staff & users can make a thorough understanding of the system &this will be useful to improve the efficiency of the existing system.The main objective of the interview is to gather information regarding the system from the concerned authorities/employees to find the system requirements & thereby improving the existing system.

report generation can be understood. The various status information is maintained in books and files.Discussion The main objective of the discussion is to transfer the ideas between the department & the system developer.  Calculations are done manually 30 .  Reports are produced by manual processing. the problem faced by the user during data entry. Through discussions. which is very difficult. the requirements of the system are done manually and hence there are number of limitations. data retrieval. Limitations of existing system At present.  The various activities are carried out by different section depending on their activity. that will be an unformatted manual and unreliable.  Data security is less.

3. Deletion can be done at any time. it requires lot of time so the proposed system has certain objectives.  Flow of data is efficient.  Error may occur due to manual calculations can be avoided.  Addition. ADVANTAGES OF PROPOSED SYSTEM  Physical space reduction. modification.  Date integrity is powered. The system is proposed now to computerize all the details that are maintained manually. The system generally includes the processing of the various departments such as administrator parts. The problems in the system benefits and then translate them to measurable objectives. If the existing system is used. 31 .  Adopt changes easily.  High security for data. which has been computerized.  Better accuracy and efficiency.  Minimization of time. testing. Once the details are fed into the computer there is no need of various people to deal with separate section. Only a single person is enough to maintain all the reports. add question and project allocation. can be eradicated by using this title. which are faced in the existing system.2 PROPOSED SYSTEM The drawbacks.  High response time.

32 CAD Diagram .

The context analysis explains about the project 33 .3.3 CONTEXT ANALYSIS DIAGRAM The context analysis diagram for developed system for production management system is entities with data flow it depicts a entire flow on the system along with input and output.

34 System analysis .

Raw Material Requisition Table: Then the sales department required raw material from stores department. material name. It includes raw material no. It contains logical design and physical designing. It includes order no.1 TABLE DESIGN A database is a collection of interrelated data stored with minimum redundancy to serve many users quickly and efficiently. 4.4. order name. range. and quantity. delivery date. 35 . files and reports. output. The general objective of database design is to make the data access easy. logical designing describes the structure and characteristics or features like input. supplier name and delivery date. Supply of raw material table: Stores department supply the raw material to the production department for produce the goods. required date. order date. SYSTEM DESIGN System design is to deliver the requirement as specified in the feasibility report. These types of design follows top-down an hierarchy which will have one single entry and single exit. inexpensive and Flexible to the user. Order Details Table: This table contains details about the orders from the sales department. product name and product number. It includes requisition no. material name. material code.

range. quantity department name and transfer date. 36 .Transfer of finished goods: After producing the products of transfer from production department to sales department to selling the products. product name. It includes product no.

goods send. It includes product no. price per unit and sending date. TABLE: 1 Table name: Order details Primary key: Order no Description: Used to store order details FIELD NAME Order no Product no Product name Order Date Range Supplier Name Quantity Delivered Date DATA TYPE Number Number Text Date/time Number Text Number Date/time DESCRIPTION Product order number Product number Product Name Product Order Date Range Supplier Name Quality Product Required Date This table contains order details 37 .Finished product details: After producing the goods products are send to the sales department to sale finally all the report will submit to the production manager. balance goods.

TABLE: 2 Table name: Raw material requisition Primary key: Requisition no Description: Used to store requisition of raw materials FIELD NAME Order no Order date Material no Material name Range Quantity Delivered Date DATA TYPE Number date/time Text Text Number Number Date/time DESCRIPTION Product order number Product number Product no Product name Range Quantity Product Required Date This table contains raw material requisition TABLE: 3 38 .

Table name: Supply of raw material Primary key: Material no Description: Used to store supply of raw materials FIELD NAME Requisition no Material code Material name Order date Range Quantity Required Date DATA TYPE Number Number Text Date/time Number Number Date/time DESCRIPTION Requisition number Material number Material Name Material Order Date Material Range Material Quantity Material Required Date This table contains supply of raw material TABLE: 4 Table name: Transfer of finished goods 39 .

Primary key: Product no Description: Used to store transfer of finished goods FIELD NAME Product no Product name Range Quantity DATA TYPE Number Text Text Number DESCRIPTION Transfer product no Transfer product name Transfer goods range Transfer good quantity Department name Goods transfer date Departmentname Text Transfer date Date/time This table contains transfer of finished goods TABLE: 5 Table name: Finished product details Primary key: Product name Description: Used to store finished product details 40 .

FIELD NAME Product no Product name Goods Sent Balance DATA TYPE Number Text Number Number DESCRIPTION Product number Product name Sent finished Balance Goods Goods price Goods Sending Date Goods Price Number Sending Date Date/time This table contains finished product details 41 .

material name. order date. The details such as order no. and required date are maintained in this module. order date. deliver date and department are maintained in this module. and delivered date will be defined in this module. The modules names product no. Finished goods details This module contains the details about the products that are being finished goods. Raw material requisition This module contains the details about the material that are being requisition. product name. material name. product name.4. range of the product. price per unit are maintained in this module. goods sent. transfer date. quantity. product name.2 INPUT DESIGN Order details This module contains the details about the products that are being ordered. quantity and required date are maintained in this module. balance goods. material name. sending date. The name of the order no. The name of the order no. 42 . material code. Supply of raw material This module contains the details about the supplier of raw material. material no. quantity of the product. order date. supplier no. Transfer of finished goods This module contains the details about the products that are being transferred. quantity. The modules name is product no.

Forms 43 .

FORM 1 ORDER DETAILS This form includes about the details of order 44 .

FORM 2 RAW MATERIAL REQUISITION This form includes about the raw material requisition 45 .

FORM 3 SUPPLY OF RAW MATERIAL This form includes about the supply of raw material FORM 4 46 .

TRANSFER OF FINISHED GOODS This form includes about the transfer of finished goods 47 .

FORM 5 FINISHED PRODUCT DETAILS This form includes about the transfer of finished product details 48 .

49 Output Design .

The member of goods produced are being maintained in the database. delivered. The raw material is being requested for production. material name. range. material name etc Supply of raw material: 50 . Production management system produce all the producing & delivering the goods according to the requirement. Order details: Customers order the products to the sales department. sales department place the orders to production department this form includes order no . date.The finished product details are maintained in the database. quantity. The raw material details are stored and reports generated. supplier no. product no and product name details are maintained. The production management system will produce the products. The number of goods. required date etc Raw material requisition: Production department required materials from the stores to produce the goods this form includes the fields like requisition order no. It also includes required date and delivery date. This production management system is very useful to follow up the production & resources needed for production. delivery date.3 OUTPUT DESIGN This software is very helpful for all users and also the company. The amount of raw material required.order date. suppier name. delivered date.The amount of raw material delivered are being maintained in the database. Report are generated if needed.4. The finished products are supplied to the sales department.

Finished product details: This reports are sent to the manager this form includes product no. order date.Stores supply the materials to the production department. quantity. quantity. delivery date. Transfer of finished goods: The finished products are transfer from production department to sales department this form includes product no . Production department Produce the goods this form includes order no. price per unit . product name goods sent.product name. balance goods. transfer date. sending date. 51 . material no. material name.

Reports 52 .

REPORT 1 ORDER DETAILS This report contains order details 53 .

REPORT 2 RAW MATERIAL REQUISITION This report Raw material requisition 54 .

REPORT 3 SUPPLY OF RAW MATERIAL This report contains Raw material requisition 55 .

REPORT 4 TRANSFER OF FINISHED GOODS This report contains transfer of finished goods 56 .

REPORT 5 FINISHED PRODUCT DETAILS This report contains finished product details 57 .

System Testing & Implementation 58 .

“Typographical errors are random” When a program is translated into programming language source code. tests must be conducted systematically and test cases must be designed using disciplined techniques. “Logic errors and incorrect assumptions are inversely proportional to the probability that a program path will be executed“. Using White Box testing methods. design and code generation. 59 . that guarantee that all independent paths with in a module have been exercised at least once. It is as likely that a type will exist on an obscure logical path as on a mainstream path. SYSTEM TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION 5. it is likely that some typing errors will occur. the software engineer can derive test case. exercise internal data structures to ensure their validity. but others may go undetected until testing begins. Many will be uncovered by syntax and typing checking mechanisms. Once the source code has been generated. exercise all logical decisions on their true and false sides. In order to find the highest possible number of errors. execute all loops at their boundaries and within their operational bounds.5.1 SYSTEM TESTING Software testing is a critical element of software quality assurance and represents the ultimate review of specification. software must be tested to uncover as many errors as possible before delivery to the customer. White box Testing White box testing some times called as glass box testing is a test case design method that uses the control structures of the procedural design to derive test cases.

That is. The objective is to take unit .tested modules and build a program 60 . Validation testing can be defined in many ways. by a count that is greater than one. After the integration of the modules.box testing techniques. System testing verifies that all elements combine properly and that overall system function and performance is achieved. a set of test cases that satisfy the following criteria were been created: Test cases that reduce. focuses on the functional requirements of the software. also called as behavioural testing. Validation Testing Validation testing provides the final assurance that software meets all functional. Black . black box testing enables the software engineer to derive sets of input conditions that will fully exercise all functional requirements for a program. The software once validated must be combined with other system element. the number of additional test cases that must be designed to achieve reasonable testing and test cases that tell something about the presence or absence of classes of errors. By applying black box techniques. Integration Testing Integration testing is a systematic technique for constructing the program structure while at the same time conducting test to uncover errors associated with interfacing.Black box Testing Black box testing. but a simple definition is that validations succeed when the software functions in a manner that is expected by the user. the validation test was carried out over by the system. rather than an error associated only with the specific test at hand. behavioral and performance requirements.box testing is not an alternative to white .

beginning with the main module. the integration of those modules was found perfect and working fine. and also all the modules were working as per the design of the system.tested for no errors. As a next step to integration. Data can be lost across an interface.When custom software is built for one customer. a series of acceptance tests are conducted to enable the customer to validate all requirements. Since the modules were unit .structure that has been dictated by design. performance tests and stress tests in order to demonstrate that the implemented system satisfies its requirements. the 61 . other modules were integrated with the former modules. Acceptance Testing Acceptance testing involves planning and execution of functional tests. All the modules were integrated after the completion of unit test. Careful test planning is required to determine the extent and nature of system testing to be performed and to establish criteria by which the result will be evaluated. the modules are integrated by moving downward through the control hierarchy. Dynamic test cases are used to investigate the behavior of source code by executing the program on the test data. After the successful integration of the modules. While Top Down Integration was followed. the system was found to be running with no uncovered errors. This testing was carried out during programming stage itself. In fact acceptance cumulative errors that might degrade the system over time will incorporate test cases developed during integration testing Unit testing Static analysis is used to investigate the structural properties of source code.After testing each every field in the modulus. without any deviation from the features of the proposed system design.

This is known as field .testing.modulus of the project is tested separately. 62 . Unit testing focuses verification efforts on the smallest unit of software design and field.

System Implementatio 63 .

date formatting and confirmations for both save and update options ensures the correct data to be fed into the database. security. As the software is to be implemented in a high standard industrial sector. reliability and finally performance are taken as key factors through out the design phase. user management. 64 . design phase. which finally ensures that all the transactions are made securely.5. which is highly reliable. The data are stored in Oracle 8i. various factors such as application environment. The user level security is managed with the help of password options and sessions. taken into account of the entry levels available in various modules. The application’s validations are made. Security and authentication is maintained in both user level as well as the management level. Various life cycle processes such as requirement analysis. These factors are analyzed step by step and the positive as well as negative outcomes are noted down before the final implementation. verification. Possible restrictions like number formatting. testing and finally followed by the implementation phase results in a successful project management. The software application which is basically a web based application has been successfully implemented after passing various life cycle processes mentioned above. Thus all the aspects are charted out and the complete project study is practically implemented successfully for the end users.2 SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION A software application in general is implemented after navigating the complete life cycle method of a project.

65 Conclusi on .

66 . Cost is minimized in case of stationary. there is a no need to record it in many places manually. the system has been designed and developed step by step and tested successfully.6. in the requirements analysis phase. It eliminates the human error that are likely to creep in the kind of working in which a bulk quantity of data and calculations as to be processed. such as the system is very much user friendly. as identified level validation and field level validation are performing very efficiently. form The new computerized system was found to be much faster and reliable and user friendly then the existing system. CONCLUSION The “Production Management System” is successfully designed and developed to fulfilling the necessary requirements. The system results in quick retrieval of information that is very vital for the progress any organization. Burden of manual work is reduced as whenever transaction takes place.

Bibliogra phy 67 .

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Codings 69 .

Text = " " Text2.Text = " " Text=“ “ End Sub Private Sub Command4_Click() Data1.Recordset.Text = " " Text5.ORDER DETAILS Private Sub Command1_Click() Data1.Text = " " Text4.Recordset.Text = " " Text6.AddNew End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() Data1.Text = " " Text7.Delete End Sub Private Sub Command5_Click() Unload Me End Sub 70 .Text = " " Text3.Update End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() Text1.Recordset.

Show End Sub RAW MATERIAL REQUISITION Private Sub Command1_Click() Data1.Recordset.Show End Sub Private Sub Command7_Click() FORM2.Text = " " Text3.Text = " " Text6.Text = " " Text4.Text = " " Text2.AddNew End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() Data1.Text = " " Text5.Delete End Sub Private Sub Command5_Click() Unload Me End Sub 71 .Text = " " Text=“ “ End Sub Private Sub Command4_Click() Data1.Private Sub Command6_Click() DataReport1.Text = " " Text7.Recordset.Update End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() Text1.Recordset.

Show End Sub Private Sub Command7_Click() FORM3.Private Sub Command6_Click() DataReport2.Show End Sub Private Sub Command8_Click() Form1.show End Sub 72 .

Delete End Sub Private Sub Command5_Click() Unload Me End Sub Private Sub Command6_Click() DataReport3.Text = " " Text3.SUPPLY OF RAW MATERIAL Private Sub Command1_Click() Data1.Text = " " Text7.Recordset.Recordset.Text = " " Text5.Show End Sub 73 .Text = " " Text=“ “ End Sub Private Sub Command4_Click() Data1.Recordset.Text = " " Text4.Show End Sub Private Sub Command7_Click() FORM2.Text = " " Text6.AddNew End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() Data1.Update End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() Text1.Show End Sub Private Sub Command7_Click() FORM4.Text = " " Text2.

Text = " " Text6.Text = " " Text=“ “ End Sub Private Sub Command4_Click() Data1.AddNew End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() Data1.show End Sub Private Sub Command8click() Form3.Text = " " Text7.Recordset.Text = " " Text5.Recordset.show End Sub Private Sub Command7_click() Form5.Delete End Sub Private Sub Command5_Click() Unload Me End Sub Private Sub Command6_Click() Data Report4.Text = " " Text3.Text = " " Text4.Update End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() Text1.show End Sub 74 .Recordset.TRANSFER OF FINISHED GOODS Private Sub Command1_Click() Data1.Text = " " Text2.

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