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1.

INTRODUCTION
1.1. ORGANIZATION PROFILE This project is done in the garments named GEETHA GARMENTS which is located in Rakkiyapalayam and started rom !""!# The managing director o the company is Mr# Ashokk$mar# 1.2. ABOUT THE PROJECT The GARMENTS MANAGEMENT S%STEM is to de&elop maintain the transactions per ormed in a Garment 'ompany or a Shop in a easy manner (y the $se o men$s# )ith complete preca$tionary steps in maintaining the sec$rity o the system# The password prod$ction is $sed to a&oid the entry o $na$thori*ed $sers in the system# +nce the access to the application has (een granted the $ser can contin$e with his work on the application selected, which is a &ery easy task as all mod$le ha&e (een designed with the common tool(ar# Each mod$le has ($ttons attached (y which the set o coding has (een red$ced, which otherwise wo$ld ha&e (een a tedio$s process in designing has the same set o men$ (ar attached with its corresponding shortc$ts# The men$ designed to incl$de all the ollowing options where in each one pro&ides certain $nctions to (e carried o$t# The end-$ser can take hard copy rom reports# . the comp$ter system has its printer, it is &ery easy to take hard copy o the data in the reports#

2. SYSTEM STUDY AND ANALYSIS


2.1. EXISTING SYSTEM The E0isting system o the Garments is man$al system# Each and e&ery transaction o Garment is done man$ally in registers 1note2# .t takes more time and some mistakes or each actions# The maintenance is also di ic$lt or the e0isting system# .n the a(o&e re3$irements are per ormed (y the man$al is &ery slowly# So we are introd$ced comp$ters or that work# DRAWBACK OF EXISTING SYSTEM: E&ery thing is maintained in registers# Time taken or record the transactions in the register is more# 4eri ication o data s$ch as retrie&ed data, collected data, etc are tedio$s# 5$e to these draw(acks or the e0isting system, there is a need or comp$teri*ation# 2.2. PROPOSED SYSTEM: The e0isting system is a man$al process# The action is regarding system maintenance is recorded man$ally# .t is comp$teri*ed $sing 4.S6A7 8AS.' 4ERS.+N 9#"1:R+NT EN52 and Ms-Access ;#" 18A'< EN52# The (ackend Ms-Access sho$ld store the comp$ter details o data o =rod$cts, Employees and S$ppliers# That is like that =rod$ct No#, =rod$ct Name, >$ality 1E0port?7ocal2, S$pplier 5etails etc# Sho$ld allow the $ser to modi y, delete, and &iew any partic$lar record witho$t any di ic$lties# The system sho$ld pro&ide necessary sec$rity eat$res to maintain the records o icials# All the reports sho$ld (e pro&ided with necessary in ormation and are generated or managerial p$rpose#

+(jecti&e o the proposed system@ .tAs easy to &iew a record whate&er we want at any cost in a 3$ick manner# To satis y all $ser re3$irements#

3. SYSTEM SPECIFICATION
3.1. SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION :or a long time there were ew s$ch tools or de&eloping )indows application# 8e ore 4is$al 8asic was introd$ced in /BB/, de&eloping )indows applications was m$ch harder that de&eloping 5+S applications# A 4is$al 8asic dramatically changed the way people eel a(o$t and Microso t )indows# )ith 4is$al 8asic, programming or )indows has (ecome more e icient# 4is$al 8asic lets $s add men$s, te0t (o0es, command ($ttons, option ($ttons, check (o0es, scroll (ars and ile and directory (o0es to (lank )indows# )e can $se grids to handle ta($lator data, comm$nicate with other )indows application and access data(ase# . can ha&e m$ltiple windows on the screen# These windows ha&e $ll access to the clip(oard and to the in ormation in most other )indows application r$nning at the same time# . can $se 4is$al 8asic to comm$nicate with other applications, which are r$nning $nder windows easily, $sing the most modern &ersion o Microso tAs +7E Technology#

VISUAL BASIC .! " A# $%&'%(&)


4is$al 8asic is o(ject Doriented i#e#, it re&ol&es aro$nd ready-made o(jects and it is e&ent Ddri&en, i#e#, all the acti&ities in a program are triggered (y one e&ent or another# Each o(ject also has its own e&ent handling# The 4is$al 8asic system knows all a(o$t these already# .t knows how to handle images, men$ dialog (o0es, dri&e and directory list and m$ch else, the programmerAs jo( is to determine where, how and when an o(ject appears on the screen, what a is caption read and what happens when an e&ent occ$rs# The programmer doesnAt ha&e to write code to trap these e&entsE the system does it a$tomatically# +perations donAt ha&e to ollow a set o se3$ence and can (e easily interr$pted or a(andoned# The process o program design re lects the nat$re o the system# 4.S6A7 8AS.' is the simplest and earliest - to D $se programming lang$age or the windows en&ironment# .t has grown into with ar reaching capa(ilities and sophistication# The lang$age incl$des c$stom control elements like 'ommon 5ialog 8o0, Grid, 5(grid, 5(com(o and 5(list# .t also incl$des +(ject 7inking Em(edding 1+7E2, 5ynamic 5ata E0change 155E2, 5ynamic 7ink 7i(raries 15772 and .nter ace to the )indows NT en&ironmentE it also s$pports +58' and Str$ct$red >$ery 7ang$age 1S>72#

VISUAL BASIC *+ ,-& D&%&.$/0&#, T$$.


+(ject +riented Approach +(ject oriented programming identi ies the whole system as a collection o le0i(le entities called o(jects# The main task in this project is to identi y the o(jects in&ol&ed# 4is$al 8asic is o(ject oriented in a (road sense#

.t has a large n$m(er o ($ilt-in o(jects, which the $ser can $se with the ma0im$m le0i(ility# The only task or the programmer is to incorporate the ($ilt-in o(jects to his programs# E%&#, D'(%&# P'$1'*00(#1 4is$al 8asic $ses e&ent-dri&en programming# +ne e&ent or the another triggers each acti&ity in the program# The core o 4is$al 8asic programming is a set o independent pieces o code that are acti&ated (y and so respond to only the e&ents they ha&e told to recogni*e# M$ch o the programming code e&ents s$ch as mo$se clicks occ$r in what 4is$al 8asic calls e&ents proced$re# Essentially e&erything e0ec$ta(le in a 4is$al 8asic program is either in an e&ent proced$re to carryo$t its jo(# )rite the e&ent proced$res rom those e&ents and the s$(sidiary proced$res that make those e&ent proced$res work# )hen the application is r$nning, 4is$al 8asic monitors, the windows and the controls in each window or all the e&ents that each control can recogni*e mo$se moments, clicks, keystrokes and so on# )hen 4is$al 8asic e0amines the application to see i yo$ ha&e written an e&ent proced$re or that e&ent# 4is$al 8asic also pro&ides sophisticated error handling or all too common o pre&enting $sers rom (om(ing the application# CONTROLS 'ontrols are the o(jects accessed rom Tool(o0# .t can (e pasted onto a orm and range rom ta(les which display te0t, thro$gh pict$re (o0es or graphic images, ($ttons, check (o0es, lists and men$s# Each control is associated with a set o properties# TOOL BAR =ro&ides 3$ick access to commonly $sed commands in the programming en&ironment, clicking on the tool (ar once wo$ld carry o$t the action# G

PROCEDURE All the codes in a program are written in proced$res or s$(ro$tines# All proced$res start with the keyword S68 and close with EN5S68# FORM The orm is the central $nit in 4is$al 8asic# .t is a window, initially (lank on which controls are pasted to create the re3$ired screen# Ser&es as )indows that can (e c$stomi*ed as the inter ace o an application# To create the look, controls, graphics and pict$res can (e added to the orm# Each orm is sa&ed on disk as a separate ile with a #:RM e0tension# MODULE 'ode that is attached to a orm is accessi(le rom anywhere on that orm# Howe&er the code that has to (e accessed rom a di erent orm, sho$ld (e written on a mod$le# The Mod$les are also sa&ed as separate iles, with #8AS e0tension# PROJECT The project holds together &ario$s orms and mod$les that make $p a program# .t is marked (y a #MA< e0tension#

MENU BAR This is displayed on the top o the orm as ordinary men$ and code is written or each element o the men$# 8y clicking one item on the men$, corresponding code is e0ec$ted# PROJECT WINDOWS 7ists the orm, code mod$les and c$stom control iles that make $p the c$rrent project# A project is a collection o iles $sed to ($ild an application# 9

PROPERTIES WINDOW 7ists the property settings or the selected rom or control# A property is the &al$e o an o(ject, s$ch as si*e, caption or color# DATA TYPES 4is$al 8asic has ele&en data types# They are .nteger, 7ong, Single, 5o$(le, '$rrency, String, 8oolean, 8yte, 5ate and 4ariant# DESIGN VIEW To ($ild or modi y the str$ct$re o a orm, we work in orms design &iew# )e can add controls to the orms that are (o$nd to ields in a ta(le or 3$ery, incl$ding te0t (o0es, option ($ttons graphs and pict$res# REPORT A report is $sed to &iew and print in ormation rom the data(ase# A report displays only the in ormation we ant in the way we want to see it# The report can gro$p records into many le&els and comp$te totals and a&erage (y checking &al$es rom many records at once# Also the report is attracti&e and distincti&e (eca$se we ha&e control o&er the si*e and appearance o it#

MICROSOFT ACCESS 2.!3AN OVERVIEW


A data(ase is a collection o data# )ith Microso t Access we ($ild relational data(ase that store-related data in one place# Relational data(ases make it easier to ind, analy*e, maintain and protect the data, since the data is stored in only one place# A Microso t Access data(ase can contain si0 types o data(ase o(jects#

They are@ TABLE A ta(le is a collection o data a(o$t a speci ic topic# :or e0ample a ta(le can contain data a(o$t c$stomers or prod$cts# Ta(les organi*e data into col$mns 1called ields2 and rows 1called records2# VIEW OF A TABLE )e are work with a ta(le in two ways# 5esign 4iew 5atasheet 4iew DESIGN VIEW To ($ild or modi y the str$ct$re o a ta(le we work in a ta(leAs design &iew# )e can speci y what kind o data the ta(le will hold# DATA SHEET VIEW To add, edit or analy*e the data itsel we work in ta(leAs datasheet &iew mode# TA87E >6ER% :+RM RE=+RT MA'R+ M+567E

4UERY
A 3$ery is a 3$estion that has to (e asked a(o$t the data# :or e0ample which items are p$rchased rom a partic$lar &endor# Microso t Access gathers the data that answers the 3$estion rom one more ta(les# The data that make $p the answer is either dynaset 1i yo$ edit it2 or a snapshot 1i it canAt (e edited2# Each time we r$n the 3$ery we get the latest in ormation in the dynaset# Microso t Access either displays the dynaset or the snapshot or $s to &iew or per orm an action on it, s$ch as deleting or $pdating# VIEWS OF A 4UERY 5esign 4iew 5atasheet 4iew DESIGN VIEW To ($ild or modi y the str$ct$re o a 3$ery we work in the 3$eryAs design &iew# This is where we ask 3$estions a(o$t o$r data to speci y what data we want and decide how data is to (e arranged# DATASHEET VIEW To add, edit or analy*e the data itsel , i#e#, the data contained in the dynaset or record sets the answers or the 3$estions we ha&e posed, we work in 3$eries datasheet &iews# FORM A orm is $sed to &iew and edit the in ormation in the data(ase record (y record# A orm displays only the in ormation we want to see in the way we want to see it# :orms $se the amiliar controls s$ch as te0t(o0es and check(o0es# This makes &iewing and entering data easy# )e ha&e control o&er the si*e and appearance o the orm# VIEW OF A FORM )e can work with orms in se&eral &iews# =rimarily there are two &iews

5esign 4iew
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3.2. HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS

+perating system =rocessor Ram Hard 5isk Speed 'o- =rocessors Monitor A$0illary Storage =rinter

windows BH =enti$m !99-mm0 9F M8 /" G8 !99Mh* .n 8$ilt /F S4GA /#FFM8, /#! M8 7 I T /C! 'ol$mn 5ot Matri0 =rinter

3.3 SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION


The con ig$ration gi&en (elow is the so tware $sed or the system de&elopment O/&'*,(#1 S5+,&0 F'$#,3&#6 B*783&#6 @ Microso t )indows J= !""" @ 4is$al 8asic 9#" @ MS-A''ESS 1!"";2

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9. SYSTEM DESIGN 9.1 INPUT DESIGN


.np$t design m$st (e in s$ch a way that it m$st control the amo$nt o inp$t, a&oid delay, etc# .t m$st (e simple# The inp$t design m$st ens$re $ser- riendly screen, with simplicity, pro&iding ease o &iewing I entering the data# E&ery inp$t data is &alidating# . the data is not &alid, proper error message are displayed# The main o(jecti&e o designing inp$t oc$s on@ 'ontrolling the amo$nt o inp$t re3$ired# A&oiding delayed response# 'ontrolling errors# <eeping process simple# A&oiding errors# Needless to say, there ore, that the inp$t data is the li e(lood o a system and ha&e to (e analy*ed and designed with at most case and consideration# The decisions made d$ring the inp$t design are To pro&ide cost e ecti&e method o inp$t To achie&e the highest possi(le le&el o acc$racy To ens$re that inp$t is $nderstand (y the $ser# System analysis decide the ollowing inp$t design details like, what data to inp$t, what medi$m to $se, how the data sho$ld (e arranged or coded, data items and transaction needing &alidations to detect errors and at last the dialog$e to g$ide $ser in pro&iding inp$t#

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.np$t data o a system may not (e necessarily is raw data capt$red in the system rom scratch# These can also (e the o$tp$t o another system or s$(system# The design o inp$t co&ers all phases o inp$t rom the creation o initial data to act$al entering the data to the system or processing# The design o inp$t in&ol&es identi ying the data needed, speci ying the characteristics o each data item, capt$ring I preparing data or comp$ter processing and ens$ring correctness o data# .n this project, two main stages are presented s$ch as

Main Men$ 5esign :orm 5esign

MAIN MENU DESIGN


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9.2 OUTPUT DESIGN +$tp$t 5esign generally re ers to the res$lt and in ormation that are generated (y the system or many end-$ser, o$tp$t is the main reason or de&eloping the system and the (asis on which they e&al$ate the $se $lness o the application# The o(jecti&e o a system inds its shape in terms o the o$tp$t# The analysis o the o(jecti&e o a system leads to determination o o$tp$t# +$tp$t o a system can ace &ario$s orms# The most common are report, screen display, printed orms, graphical drawing etc#, the o$tp$t also &ary in terms o their contents re3$ency, timing I ormat# The $sers o the o$tp$t rom a system are the j$sti ication or its e0istence# . the o$tp$ts are inade3$ate in any way, the system is the itsel is ade3$ate# The (asic re3$irement o o$tp$t are that it sho$ld (e acc$rate, timely and appropriate, in terms o content, medi$m and layo$t or its intended p$rpose# The o$tp$t design contains the ollowing reports@ =rod$ct Reports S$pplier Reports Employee Reports +rder?5eli&ery 'hallan Reports )hen designing o$tp$t, system analysis most accomplish thing like, to determine what in ormation to (e present, to decide whether to display or print the in ormation and select and o$tp$t medi$m and to decide how to distri($te the o$tp$t to intended recipients# E0ternal o$tp$t are those destination will (e o$tside the organi*ation and which re3$ire special attention as they project the image o the organi*ation#

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9.3. DATA BASE DESIGN


NAME +: THE TA87E@ C:,,(#1 FIELD NAME .5 '5ate EmpNo TYPE .nteger 5ate?Time .nteger SIZE ! H ! CONSTRAINTS =rimary key Not n$ll Not n$ll DESCRIPTION Emp id '$tting 5ate Employee No

No=iece Rate >$ality Type

.nteger .nteger Te0t Te0t

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NAME +: THE TA87E@ E0/.$5&& FIELD NAME TYPE Empno .nteger Empname Te0t Address Te0t 'ity =hone 5+8 5+K >$ality E0p Salary Section Te0t Te0t Te0t Te0t Te0t .nteger .nteger Te0t SIZE ! C" ;G C" /G /" /" /G ! ! /G CONSTRAINTS =rimary key Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll N$ll N$ll N$ll N$ll DESCRIPTION Employee No Employee Name Employee Address 'ity =hone no 5ate o 8irth 5ate o Koin >$ality E0perience Salary Section

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NAME +: THE TA87E@ O'6&' FIELD NAME +rNo +r5ate =.5 S$pplier 7a(els Metres Si*e =ackage TYPE .nteger 5ate .nteger Te0t .nteger .nteger Te0t Te0t SIZE ! H ! !G ! ! !G C CONSTRAINTS =rimary key Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll Not n$ll

DESCRIPTION +rder No +rder 5ate =incode S$pplier No#o #7a(els No#o #Metres Si*e =ackage

NAME +: THE TA87E@ P'$6:7, FIELD NAME =.5 =name Type >$ality DESCRIPTION =ackage .d =ackage Name Type >$ality

TYPE .nteger Te0t Te0t Te0t

SIZE ! G" !G 9

CONSTRAINTS =rimary key Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll

NAE +: THE TA87E@ P:'7-*+& FIELD NAME =date 8illNo Rate >ty 5ate .nteger '$rrency .nteger DESCRIPTION =ackage 5ate 8ill no Rate >$antity

TYPE

SIZE H ! H !

CONSTRAINTS =rimary key Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll

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NAME +: THE TA87E@ S,(7-(#1 FIELD NAME '.5 'date '$t.5 EmpNo No=iece Rate 5ate .nteger .nteger .nteger .nteger TYPE .nteger SIZE ! H ! ! ! ! CONSTRAINTS =rimary key Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll DESCRIPTION '$tting id '$tting 5ate '$tting .d Employee No No#o #=rice Rate

NAME +: THE TA87E@ S://.(&' FIELD NAME S$pNo Name Address =incode 'ity =hone Mphone 7ong Te0t Te0t 7ong Te0t Te0t Te0t TYPE SIZE F G" /"" F G" C" C" CONSTRAINTS DESCRIPTION =rimary key Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll S$pplier No S$pplier 5ate Address =in 'ode 'ity Name =hone No Mo(ile No

NAME +: THE TA87E@ W*1&+ FIELD NAME )date EmpNo No=iece Rate Amo$nt 5ate .nteger .nteger .nteger '$rrency TYPE SIZE H ! ! ! H CONSTRAINTS DESCRIPTION =rimary key Not n$ll N$ll Not n$ll Not n$ll )ages 5ate Employee No No#o #=ieces Rate Amo$nt

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;. SYSTEM TESTING < IMPLEMENTATION


;.1. SYSTEM TESTING
Testing is a process o e0ec$ting a program with the intent o inding the error# Testing pro&ides the last option rom which 3$ality can (e assessed and more pragmatically, errors can (e $nco&ered# Testing is an indi&id$alistic process, and the n$m(er o di erent types o tests &aries as m$ch as the di erent de&elopment approaches# System testing is act$ally a series o di erent tests whose primary p$rpose is to $lly e0ersice the comp$ter-(ased system# Altho$gh each test has a di erent p$rpose, all work to &eri y that all system elements ha&e (een properly integrated and per orm allocated $nction# There are di erent types o system testing that are worthwhile or the so tware(ased system# Reco&ery and Sec$rity Testing Stress Testing =er ormance Testing

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;.2. IMPLEMENTATION
.mplementation is the stage, which is cr$cial in the li e cycle o the new system designed# The main stages in the implementation are =lanning Training System Testing .mplementation means con&erting a new or re&ised system into an operational one# 'on&ersion is the main aspect o implementation# .t is the process o designing rom old one to the new one#
POST IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW

The post implementation re&iew is sometimes called system a$dit# The re&iew is intended to accomplish two goals# E&al$ate the operational in ormation system that $sers de&elop# E&al$ate the system de&elopment proced$res to determine how the proje ct co$ld ha&e impro&ed# Maintenance is one important phase in implementation# Maintenance descri(es o$r acti&ities that are $ndertaken a ter a program is released or $se# The irst maintenance acti&ity occ$rs (eca$se it is $nreasona(le to ass$me so tware will $nco&er all latent errors in a large so tware system# The process that incl$des the diagnosis and con&ersion is called correcti&e maintenance# Adapti&e maintenance is an acti&ity that modi ies so tware to properly inter ace with the changing en&ironment is (oth necessary and common# The third acti&ity is per ecti&e maintenance, this acti&ity is or the majority o all e orts e0pend on so tware maintenance# The o$rth maintenance acti&ity occ$rs when so tware is changed to impro&e $t$re maintaina(ility or relia(ility#
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. CONCLUSION
Th$s the comp$teri*ed =rocess red$ces pro(lems that occ$r and it red$ces time# The &ery ast and any transaction can (e &iewed or retaken in any le&el# Error messages are gi&en at each le&el o inp$t, so that the $ser need not want to go in wrong way# .n this so tware, the reports are a&aila(le at any time whene&er they are to (e re erred# The $ser can easily $nderstand the details a&aila(le rom the report# The so tware is men$ dri&en# Simplicity and $ser- riendliness are the hallmark o this project#

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2. BIBLIOGRAPHY
4is$al 8asic 9#" Gro$nd 6p Eric )inemiller, Kasont, Ro , 8ill Heyman and Ryan Groom 4is$al 8asic 9#" Ste&e 8rown 6sing 4is$al 8asic 9#" Siler I Spotts

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=. APPENDIX

DATA FLOW DIAGRAM

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End S$( =ri&ate S$( cmdE0itL'lick12 6nload Me End S$( =ri&ate S$( cmd:indL'lick12 5im .5 .5 P 4al1.np$t8o01MEnter the '$tting .5M22 rs'$t#Re3$ery rs'$t#:ind:irst MN.5OPM I 4al1.52 . Not rs'$t#NoMatch Then 5.S=7A%L5ATA Else Msg8o0 MNo '$tting entry o$nd in this N$m(erM, &(.n ormation R &(+<+nly End . End S$( =ri&ate S$( cmdNewL'lick12 rs'$t#AddNew 'lear End S$( =ri&ate S$( cmdSa&eL'lick12 +n Error GoTo ShowError rs'$t1MidM2 P t0t.5#Te0t rs'$t1M'5ateM2 P 5T='5ate#4al$e rs'$t1MEmpNoM2 P c(oE.5#Te0t . +ptType1"2#4al$e P Tr$e Then rs'$t1M>$alityM2 P ME0portM Else. +ptType1/2#4al$e P Tr$e Then rs'$t1M>$alityM2 P M7ocalM End . rs'$t1MTypeM2 P c(oType#Te0t rs'$t1MNo=ieceM2 P 4al1t0t>ty#Te0t2 rs'$t1MRateM2 P 4al1t0tRate#Te0t2 rs'$t#6pdate Msg8o0 MRecord 6pdatedM, &(+<+nly R &(.n ormation, MSa&eM 'lear !;

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