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TERM PAPER Of DBMS TOPIC: Online LMS
[Online Library Management System]
Mr. Nandan Sujati Lecturer, LSM
Pramod Ku. Tiwari Roll no. - B44
LPU 10901147 S1906
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Declaration Acknowledgement Preface Introduction Feasibility Study Online Libraries Are Great for Research Data Tables Physical Database Design Data Flow Diagram (DFD) Entity Relationship Diagram Screen Shots of Form Future Scope Conclusion References Page no: 3 Page no: 4 Page no: 5 Page no: 6 Page no: 8 Page no: 9 Page no: 10 Page no: 13 Page no: 15 Page no: 16 Page no: 18 Page no: 21 Page no: 22 Page no: 20
I, Pramod Kumar Tiwari student of Lovely Professional University have completed the Project on: Online LMS: Online Library Management System The information given in this project is true to the best of my knowledge.
(PRAMOD KU. TIWARI)
First of all I would like to thank the Lovely Professional University and take the opportunity to do this project as a part of the MBA-IT. Many people have influenced the shape and content of this project, and many supported me through it. I express my sincere gratitude to Mr. Nandan Sujati for assigning me a project on DBMS, which is an interesting and exhaustive subject. He has been an inspiration and role model for this topic. His guidance and active support has made it possible to complete the assignment. Last but not the least I would like to thank the Almighty for always helping me.
This project is undertaken to fulfil the project work component of the MBA-IT programme in 2nd Semester. My project guide from L.P.U is Lect. Mr. Nandan Sujati.
This term paper is based on the Computer and Introduction of the Online LMS .
INTRODUCTION OF ONLINE LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM:
This report will provide a detailed account of the processes used to design and implement a database that can be used to manage a library system. Each subsection of the report corresponds to an important feature of database design. Online library management system, also known as an automated library system is software that has been developed to handle basic housekeeping functions of a library.
NEED OF LIBRARY DATABASE :
A library database needs to store information pertaining to its users (or customers), its workers, the physical locations of its branches, and the media stored in those locations. We have decided to limit the media to two types: books and videos. The library must keep track of the status of each media item: its location, status, descriptive attributes, and cost for losses and late returns. Books will be identified by their ISBN, and movies by their title and year. In order to allow multiple copies of the same book or video, each media item will have a unique ID number. Customers will provide their name, address, phone number, and date of birth when signing up for a library card. They will then be assigned a unique user name and ID number, plus a temporary password that will have to be changed. Checkout operations will require a library card, as will requests to put media on hold. Each library card will have its own fines, but active fines on any of a customer's cards will prevent the customer from using the library's services. The library will have branches in various physical locations. Branches will be identified by name, and each branch will have an address and a phone number associated with it. Additionally, a library branch will store media and have employees. Employees will work at a specific branch of the library. They receive a paycheck, but they can also have library cards; therefore, the same information that is collected about customers should be collected about employees.
FUNCTIONS FOR CUSTOMERS:
Log in. Search for media based on one or more of the following criteria. ○ Type (book, video, or both) ○ Title. ○ Author or director. ○ Year.
Access their own account information: ○ Card numbers. ○ Fines. ○ Media currently checked out. ○ Media on hold.
1- PURPOSE :
The purpose of this application are as follows The software is for automation of library. It provides following facilities . Operator : Can enter details related to a particular book. Can provide membership to members. Administrator :
Can read and write information about any member. Can update, create, delete the record of membership as per requirement
and implementation plants.
2- SCOPE :
The different areas where we can use this application are –
Any education institute can make use of it for providing information about
author, content of the available books. It can be used in offices and modifications can be easily done according to requirements.
3- TECHNOLOGY USED :
Front End : Servlets, HTML, Java script. Back End : MS Access, Apache Tomcat server.
4- ASSUMPTIONS :
This application is used to convert the manual application to the online
application. Customized data will be used in this application. User does not have right to enter information about books.
5- OVERVIEW :
Project is related to library management which provides reading services to its members. Any person can become a member of the library by filling a prescribed form. They can get the book issued, so that they cab take home and return them.
6- FUNCTIONALITY :
Online membership. Keeps the track of issues and submission of books.
FEASIBILITY STUDYIn feasibility study phase we had undergone through various steps which are describe as under : 1. Identify the origin of the information at different level. 2. Identify the expectation of user from computerized system. 3. Analyze the draw back of existing system (manual) system.
WORKING OF PRESENT MANUAL SYSTEMThe staffs of library are involved in the following tasks.
1- Membership process : person have to fill membership form and they are
provided with member id.
DRAWBACKS OF PRESENT SYSTEMSome of the problems being faced in manual system are as follows: 1. Fast report generation is not possible. 2. Tracing a book is difficult. 3. Information about issue/return of the books are not properly maintained.
4. No central database can be created as information is not available in database.
PROPOSED SYSTEMThere will be three major components : 1. Stock maintenance. 2. Transaction entry. 3. Reports. Proposed system provides with following solutions : 1. It provides "better and efficient" service to members. 2. Reduce the workload of employee. 3. Faster retrieval of information about the desired book. 4. Provide facility for proper monitoring reduce paper work and provide data security. 5. All details will be available on a click.
ONLINE LIBRARIES ARE GREAT FOR RESEARCHI had no idea that there were so many online libraries until I took a research assistant job. It was a very pleasant surprise. There are so many quality libraries available online to use. You might feel a little overwhelmed with how many resources are literally at your fingertips. The great news is that students can use these online libraries anytime of the day or night.
You remember the days when you had to drive to the library. You hoped that what they had on the shelves would cover your project. Sometimes, you would have to go to another library just to finish getting your research. The online libraries gets rid of all this. You can sit on your laptop in a coffee shop or be at your desk at home and access these libraries.
One terrific thing about online libraries is how user friendly they are. You don't have to have a ton of computer skills to get around in them. The majority of them even offer a video or slide show tutorial if you want to learn how to navigate through their books. You no longer have to lug books back and forth to a physical library. You can go to the online library anytime that you have time to both study and have a PC.
HIGHLIGHT FEATURE :
I'm sure you remember how mad your teachers would get if you underlined in the books. It was even worse if you whipped out a highlighter and started using it. Would you ever get bad looks! The good news about online libraries is that the majority of them have a highlighting tool. You click a button, highlight your text online and you have marked up the book. You can highlight the important stuff without getting into any trouble!
CITATION FEATURE :
The other cool thing about the highlights for the online libraries is that they will remember what you highlighted. You can use the bibliography tool. It will let you choose to get the reference for the highlight. This is so helpful if you use the highlights for quotes in your paper. You don't have to sit there and figure out how to properly footnote or cite your work. The online library does all that work for you. All you have to do is copy and paste it directly into your paper.
DATA TABLES :
Table : Members S.no.
1 2 3 4 5 6
Id_no Name Address Date of issue Date of expiry Status
Text Text Text Date/Time Date/Time Text
50 70 100
Unique identification of the members Name of members Location of Members Date of Registration Registration Expiry Date
Table : Add Books S.no. Column Name Date-Type Description
Title of the book
Book identification number
Author of books
Date of Arrival
Date on which book was Received Cost of books
Quantity of books
Unique identification no of particular subject
Table : Issue S.no. Column Type Date Type Description
User identification number
Title of books
Date on which book is Issued
Due date on which book is to be returned
PHYCICAL DATABASE DESIGNThe next step was to create the physical database and input some sample data. In order to turn the relational design into a database, we ran the following script in UNCC's Oracle database:
Table-1 : Member
CREATE TABLE Member ( S.no. INTEGER, Column name CHAR(50), Data Type VARCHAR(50),Length INTEGER, Description VARCHAR(100)); INSERT INTO Member Values(‘& S.no.’, ‘& Column name’, ‘& Data Type’, ‘& Length’, ‘& Description’); INSERT INTO Member Values(1, ‘Id_no’, ‘Text’, 50, ‘Unique identification of the members’); INSERT INTO Member Values(2, ‘Name’, ‘Text’, 70, ‘Name of members’); INSERT INTO Member Values(3, ‘Address’, ‘Text’, 100, ‘Location of members’); INSERT INTO Member Values(4, ‘Date of issue’, ‘Date/Time’, ‘Date of Registration’); INSERT INTO Member Values(5, ‘Date of expiry’, ‘Dtae/Time’, ‘Registration Expiry Date’); INSERT INTO Member Values(6, ‘Status’, ‘Text’, 50, ‘Permanent/Temporary’);
Table-2 : Add Books
CREATE TABLE Add Books ( S.no. INTEGER, Column name CHAR(50), Data Type VARCHAR(50), Description VARCHAR(100)); INSERT INTO Add Books Values(‘& S.no.’, ‘& Column name’, ‘& Data Type’, ‘& Description’); INSERT INTO Add Books Values(1, ‘Book _name’, ‘Text’, ‘Title of the book’); INSERT INTO Add Books Values(2, ‘Book _code’, ‘Text’, ‘Book identification number’);
INSERT INTO Add Books Values(3, ‘Author’, ‘Text’, ‘Author of book’); INSERT INTO Add Books Values(4, ‘Date of arrival’, ‘Date/Time’, ‘Date on which book was Received’); INSERT INTO Add Books Values(5, ‘Price’, ‘Text’, ‘Cost of books’); INSERT INTO Add Books Values(6, ‘Rack_no.’, ‘Text’, ‘Almirah no.’); INSERT INTO Add Books Values(7, ‘No_of_books’, ‘Text’, ‘Quantity of book’); INSERT INTO Add Books Values(8, ‘Subject_code’, ‘Text’, ‘Unique identification no of particular subject’);
Table-3 : Issue
CREATE TABLE Issue ( S.no. INTEGER, Column Type CHAR(50), Date Type VARCHAR(50), Description VARCHAR(100)); INSERT INTO Issue Values(‘& S.no.’, ‘& Column Type’, ‘& Data Type’, ‘& Description’); INSERT INTO Issue Values(1, ‘Id _no’, ‘Text’, ‘User identification number’); INSERT INTO Issue Values(2, ‘Book _name’, ‘Text’, ‘Title of books’); INSERT INTO Issue Values(3, ‘Issue_date’, ‘Date/Time’, ‘Date on which book is Issued’); INSERT INTO Issue Values(4, ‘Due_date’, ‘Date/Time’, ‘Due date on which book is to be returned’);
DATA FLOW DIAGRAM (DFD)-----Send no dues --------Request for create member
-------Send membership details
Management Membership Managemet
Send report----Req. for report
Req. for discounting membership ----- Member details
------- Penalty amount -------- Book details
Book Issue Managemet
------ Issue details ---- Book issue details ----- Req. for book issue ------- Reminder for return book with penalty -------Send penalty report ------ Return book
Student Book Issue
ER- DIAGRAMIt is clear that the physical objects from the previous section – the member, books, library – correspond to entities in the Entity-Relationship model, and the operations to be done on those entities – holds, checkouts, and so on – correspond to relationships. However, a good design will minimize redundancy and attempt to store all the required information in as small a space as possible.
boo k _c o de
boo k_n a
t subjec code
STATUS OF ISSUE
book _nam e
STATUS OF RETURN
na Book_ me
_c od Book e
Date _iss e u
date _iss u e
Date_ex pi ry
FUTURE SCOPEFUTURE SCOPE OF APPLICATIONThis application can be easily implemented under various situations. We can add new features as and when we require. Reusability is possible as and when require in this application. There is flexibility in all the modules.
This software is extendable in ways that it original developers may not expect. The following principles enhance extensibility like hide data structure, avoid traversing multiple links or methods, avoid case statement on object type and distinguish public and private operations.
REUSABILITYReusability is possible as and when require in this application. We can update it next version. Reusable software reduces design, coding and testing cost by amortizing effort over several designs. Reducing the amount of code also simplifies understanding, which increases the likelihood that the code is correct. We follow up both types of reusability: Sharing of newly written code within a project and reuse of previously written code on new projects.
UNDERSTANDABILITYA method is understandable if someone other than the creator of the method can understand the code (as well as the creator after a time lapse). We use the method, which small and coherent helps to accomplish this.
COST-EFFECTIVENESSIts cost is under the budget and make within given time period. It is desirable to aim for a system with a minimum cost subject to the condition that it must satisfy the entire requirement. Scope of this document is to put down the requirements, clearly identifying the information needed by the user, the source of the information and outputs expected from the system.
CONCLUSIONFrom a proper analysis of positive points and constraints on the component, it can be safely concluded that the product is a highly efficient GUI based component. This application is working properly and meeting to all user requirements. This component can be easily plugged in many other systems.
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