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Employee Management System

CHAPTER 1
1.1 Background of the Study In terms of background the Employee Management System for Human Resource Department of NCO is old and not that user friendly. NCO is an industry leader in providing clients with successful business process outsourcing (BPO) solutions. Our outsourcing portfolio includes accounts receivable management, customer management services, and back office services for a diversified customer base. Since NCO's inception in 1926, their goal has remained constant - to reduce client operating expenses, increase cash flow, and improve their customers' experience. The best-in-class, results-driven reputation, strong financial track record, and proven business model makes NCO the choice for BPO solutions.

To meet and surpass the growing and complex needs of their clients, NCO's services support essential functions across key portions of the customer lifecycle, including acquisition, growth, care, resolution, and retention. NCO provides its services through Customer Lifecycle Management, a unique customer-driven model that delivers our optimal performance, leading-edge technology, proven efficiency, and exceptional quality.

NCO operates a global network of over 100 operations centers running on a centralized data platform with the flexibility to respond to a rapidly changing marketplace, and to scale operations to meet client specifications. Their clients are empowered to successfully address immediate business needs, while enabling longterm growth across the entire customer lifecycle. The application software takes care of database and day to day operations. For the ease of the user the computer-based application is developed using VB.NET and MS SQL/ACCESS server in the back.

1.2Statement of the Problem


General Problem The problem is how to innovate, design, develop and implement a new computerbased application which is the employee management system for the Human Resource Department of NCO. Specific Problems Specifically the study aims to answer the following problem: 1. How to innovate and implement the current employee management system of NCO that will monitor the employees quantity and personal information? We would like to innovate the current employee management system of NCO because we like to develop a more detailed, consistent and user friendly computer based-application. 2. How to create a module that will add, edit, and delete query in the database of the employees personal records.

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Objectives of the Study

1.3.1 General Objectives The main objective of the project is to innovate and develop a computerized employee management system for NCO which could help their Human Resource Department to be more efficient in their work and to account their employees.
1.3.2 Specific Objectives

Specifically the study aims to: Create a module that will add, edit, and delete employees personal and working information to help the management trace their employees. Create a module that will search employees data efficiently. Help the Human Resource Department of NCO to work more efficient and user friendly.

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Significance of the Study

The function of the system will be managing Employees at various field offices from the Head Quarter .It manages information about Employees of NCO at various Field offices. It manages information regarding Human Resources through field offices. So, that manpower can be monitored at Head Quarter. 1.5 Scope and Limitations a. The system will cover only the employee management system which includes record keeping of employees records b. It will not cover the payroll system or the computation of employees salary

CHAPTER 2 PROBLEM FORMULATION


Introduction
Problem introduction or problem stating is the starting point of the software development activity. The objective of this statement is to answer: Exactly what must the system do? The software project is initiated by the clients need. In the beginning, these needs are on the minds of various people in the clients organization. The analyst has to identify the requirements by talking to the people and understanding to their needs .it gores without saying that an accurate and through understanding of Software requirements are essentials to the success of software development effort. all further development like system analysis, System design and coding will depend on how accurate and well understood the requirements are poorly analyzed and specified software will disappoint the user and will bring brief to the developer. No matter how well designed and well coded the software is. Software requirement appears to be a relatively simple task, but appearances are often deceiving. Chances of misinterpretation are very high, ambiguity is probable and communication gap between customer and developer is bound to bring confusions. Requirement understanding begins with a clear and concise heading stating in a sentence the task to be performed. Then Requirements are described in a technical manner in precise statements.

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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT

Labour Information Systems Division of NIC is actively involved in development of the application for Directorate General of Labour Welfare. In all, application systems were to be developed and implemented at CLC Division in Labour Ministry. System maintains the information about the Employee records, it maintain the each and every record about the employee regarding their posting, leave, vacancy position etc., it maintains the details of all Employees located at various field offices. The application software takes care of database and day-to-day operations. DGLW (Directorate

General of Labour Welfare) has its Headquarter in Delhi and its field offices are spread across the country. This project will help in capturing information regarding Human Resources through field offices. So, that manpower can be monitored at Head Quarter. For the ease of the user and for the public the existing systems were migrated to web-based applications.

2.1.1 Major Functions 1. Employee Management

The function of the system will be managing Employees at various field offices from the Head Quarter .It manages information about Employees of DGLW at various Field offices. It manages information regarding Human Resources through field offices. So, that manpower can be monitored at Head Quarter.

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METHODOLOGY TO BE USED CARRYING OUT THE STUDY Studying the existing system. This will involve the amount of information, the manpower equipment space and other resources used for the information storage. After analysing the existing setup this study would suggest a new management setup. The benefits and disadvantages of existing and new system would be critically revised. Cost Benefit Analysis study will done. The database structure and information storage retrieval process will also be studied and a new system for faster response using operation research techniques will be designed.

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BUSINESS PROCESSES Existing System

The existing system comprises of a system in which details are to be manually handled. This is not user friendly.

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The proposed system

It will be able to manage information about Employee in more user friendly way. This system will manage Employees information at various field offices. User ID and password has been given to all the field offices so that they can enter their employees information into central database. Their access to the central database is restricted to their information only. Various reports based on the data entered by employees at field offices are generated at Head Quarter. These reports are helpful in Manpower management decisions.

CHAPTER 3 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN


3.1Defining A System
Collections of components, which are interconnected, and work together to realize some objective, form a system. There are three major components in every system, namely input, processing and output.

Input

Output

Processing

3.1.1 Systems Life Cycle


The sequencing of various activities required for developing and maintaining systems in an ordered form is referred as Systems Life Cycle. It helps in establishing a system project plan as it gives overall list of process and sub-processes required for developing any system. Here, the systems life cycle will be discussed with reference to the development of Employee Management System. Broadly, following are the different activities to be considered while defining the systems development cycle for the said project:

Problem Definition Systems analysis Study of existing system Drawbacks of the existing system

Proposed system Systems Requirement study Data flow analysis Feasibility study Systems design Input Design (Database & Forms) Updation Query /Report Design Administration Testing Implementation Maintenance

3.1.2 System Analysis


System analysis is a logical process; the objective of this phase is not actually to solve the problem but to determine what must be done to solve the problem. The basic objective of the analysis stage is to develop the logical model of the system using tools such as the data flow diagram and elementary data description of the elementary algorithm. The logical model is Subject to review by both the management and the user who agree that the model does in fact reflect what should be done to solve the problem. System analysis is not a precise science. It is in fact more of an art, aided by scientific approach to find definition and recording data, gathering traditional structures is only one part of the system analysis, the next step is to examine the data, assess the situation and looking at the alternatives.

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Analysis and development of the actual solution

A complete understanding of the requirement for the new system is very important for the successful development of a software product. Requirement Specification is the foundation in the process of software development .All further developments like system analysis; designing and coding will depend on how accurate and well documented the Requirement Specification is. Requirement specification appears to be a relatively simple task, but appearance is often deceiving. There is always a chance of wrong specification because of communication gap between the user and the Developer. Requirement Specification begins with a clear statement of the problem and the task to be performed. Then the requirement is described in a technical manner in precise statements. After the initial specification reports are received, they are analyzed and redefined through customer interaction.

3.3

Project Overview

3.3.1 Product prospective


It will be able to manage information about Employee in more user friendly way. This system will manage Employees information at various field offices. User ID and password has been given to all the field offices so that they can enter their employees information into central database. Their access to the central database is restricted to their information only. Various reports based on the data entered by employees at field offices are generated at Head Quarter. These reports are helpful in Manpower management decisions.

3.3.2 User Interface


The system will be having user privileges based menu. User will have to select the options form the given menu. The system will be entering the information into the database to generate reports.

The forms will be designed to enter the data.

Buttons will be used to insert, retrieve or modify the data.

Links will be provided to shift from one form to another.

3.3.3 Hardware Software Interface


An Internet Web Server, running IIS, in this case Windows 2000 advanced server is used to host the application. The application software, Employee Management, is developed in ASP, JavaScript, and HTML. The backend database is MS SQL Server 2000. The Client systems with internet facility equipped with web browser will be able to access the system

3.3.4 Memory Constraints


No memory constraints are applicable. A normal memory configuration is more than sufficient.

3.3.5 Product Function


It is advisable to have weekly data backups. The system administrator will do the data recovery. Selection of panel is user-initiated operation, while indent handling is client initiated

3.4

Constraints

3.4.1 General Constraints


1) This system will not take care of any virus problem, which might occur either on the client or the server system. Avoiding the use of pirated software and ensuring that floppies and other removable media are scanned for viruses before use could minimize the possibility of viral infection.

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2) Recovery of data after a system crash will be possible only if backups are taken at regular intervals. 3) Manual interfaces cannot be fully avoided. Documented proofs like dates etc. will have to be verified by the concerned staff before entering it into the computerized system

3.4.2

Hardware Constraints

Constraints of the Internet & Intranet will be applicable to the system. The performance of the system will be dependent on the network conditions like network congestion, bandwidth etc. The primary memory (RAM) and the secondary memory (Hard Disk Space) requirement of the system at the client end will be the same as that required by the web browser and the operating system. At the server end memory requirements will be that of the server software (Operating system, Database Software, etc) and the space required to store the data. The space required to store the data would increase as more and more records are added to the system.

3.4.3 Security Constraints


User will be authenticated by the use of username and passwords. This does not Provide complete security and the system could be hacked into. Use of secure Socket Layer (SSL) is recommended. Use of SSL prevents any unauthorized access as all communications are encrypted. Valid Digital Certificates are required for this at the server end and the client web browser should have support for SSL.

3.4.4 Assumptions and Dependencies

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1. It is assumed that the user is familiar with the basic computer fundamentals. 2. Timely backup of data should be taken to avoid data loss in case of system crash. 3. The use of pirated software should be avoided as it may lead to data loss and system crashes due to viral infections. 4. Floppies and other removable media should be scanned for viruses before use. 5. Proper configuration of the client, database server and network is necessary for the system to function as intended. 6. It is assumed that the

maintenance of the database will be assigned to the authorized person only. 7. Only authorized persons will be allowed inside the server room.

3.5

Feasibility Study

The main objective of the feasibility study is to treat the technical, Operational, logical and economic feasibility of developing the computerized system. All systems are feasible, given unlimited resources and infinite time. It is both necessary and prudent to evaluate the feasibility of the project at System study phase itself. The feasibility study to be conduced for this project Involves. 1. Technical Feasibility

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2. Operational Feasibility 3. Economic Feasibility 4. Logical Feasibility

3.5.1 Technical Feasibility


Technical feasibility includes Risk Resources availability and technologies. The management provides latest hardware and software facilities for the successful completion of the projects. With these latest hardware and software support the system will perform extremely well. The system is available through Internet.

3.5.2 Operational Feasibility


In the existing manual system it is very difficult to maintain and update huge amount of information. The development of the system was started because of the requirement put forward by the management of the concerned department. This system, will handles the request in a better way and make the process easier thus, it is sure that the system developed is operationally feasible.

3.5.3 Economic Feasibility


In the economic feasibility the development cost of the system is evaluated weighing it against the ultimate benefit derived from the new system. It is found that the benefit, from the new system would be more than the cost and time involved in its development.

3.5.4 Legal Feasibility


In the legal feasibility it is necessary to check that the software we are going to develop is legally correct which means that the ideas which we have taken for the proposed system will be legally implemented or not. So, it is also an important step in feasibility study.

3.6

Information Gathering

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We have taken an approach of gathering information with sensitivity and precautions.

3.6.1 Information about project:


During the analysis, we collected whole information from Mr. Alok Roy, Scientist D, NIC, and staff members of the DGLW, Labour ministry, New Delhi.

3.6.2 Information Sources:


We have collected the information about the current system from: 1. Reports 2. Personal staff 3. System Documentation 4. Trainees 5. Existing System

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3.7 DFD Login form

user

usertable userlevel Username,pas sword

Allocating particular menu

userlevel loginform Username,pas sword Verifying user

Menuorder, menugroup, menutitle, menulink, itemorder

menutable

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DFD of Leave form

Emp_name, Emp_ID Emp_name,Emp_ID Finding particular entry Type,fro m,to,Re marks,D ate Updating entry

Emp_name, Emp_ID

Listing Leave Details

Type, From, To, Reason Employee Type, From, To, Reason

Adding new entry

Type, From, To, Reason

User

DFD of Transfer
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Region,prev_Regi on,prev_statn, Employee_ID

Emp_ID Finding particular entry

Prev_regn, Prev_statn 1

Updating entry

Select Region

Region Employee Posting

Adding new entry

User

1.Emp_name,Prev_Region,Prev_stat ion,new_Region,new_designation,D Dfd of form Employee ate

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Region, Designation Designation, Region Find particular entry Update particular entry 1

Listing Designatio n

GnrlCode

DFD of Vacancyposition
Finding Particular entries Adding new entry

Employee Region, Station, Designation 1 Updating an entry Region, Designation 1 Region, Station, Designation VacancyPosition

Region, Station

Station Listing Station

User

1. Adding new entry Emp_ID,name,seniority,dob,Desig,post, basic.file_no,category,station,dt_posting,d t_presentstn,dt_entry,postname,qualificati on,description,remarks,increment,perm/te mp,dt_comfirmation,dt_leaving,reason_le aving

User

DFD

1. Date,Sanction_perm,Sanctioned_temp,fillperm_R,fillperm_T ,fillperm_A, fillperm_C of EmployeeCR ,filltemp_C,filltemp_A,Remarks

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Region, Station, Emp_name , Emp_ID Listing Employee s

Region,Station, Emp_name,Emp_I D Find particular EmployeeC R entry

Update EmployeeCR entry

Emp_ID,Cry ear,Received, remarks EmployeeCR

Emp_ID,E mp_name

Employee Emp_ID,Cry ear,Received, remarks

Add new entry of EmployeeC R

User

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Processing Logic

The Employee Management System has been designed and developed for various field offices of DGLW to capture the information about human resources. Various 19

details about the Employee is entered in the system with all details like Employee name, Designation, Date of birth, Station, Region, seniority, etc. There are some major activities which is taking care by the Employee Management System. Employee Management System All of the Employee record such as his name, designation, Region of posting, station of posting, his salary detail, seniority level, date of joining, qualification etc., is entered into the computerized system by the Employees at various Regional Offices. DGLW Vacancy Position Information This file contains the information regarding Vacancy Position at various regional offices. Such as station, sanctioned strength, number of permanent filled posts, number of temporary filled posts etc, DGLW Employee detail This file stores multiple information of Employee. Each employee has a separate record regarding his basic information such as his designation, region of posting ,basic salary, seniority level, DOB, date of joining, date of retirement, qualification etc.,. DGLW Employee Posting/Transfer detail After some certain specified time employees are Posted/Transferred to different Stations of different Regions this file keep track of Posting/Transfer record of the Employees. On giving these details, some reports and queries are generated by the system.

3.8.1 Reports Generated by the System


(a) (b) List of Vacancy Detail designation wise List of Vacancy Detail Region wise

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(c) (d) (e) (f)

List of Vacancy Detail Region and Designation wise Vacancy Position Report for a particular Region, Station, Designation Vacancy Position Report for a particular Region Vacancy Position Report for a particular Designation

3.8.4

Data Structures

The Database DGLW contains the tables that contain the information related to system and the data needed to run the software. The tables are discussed in detail: Directorate General of Labour Welfare (DGLW) 1. BalanceLeave Employee 2. Payscale increment 3. Defaults 4. EmpAddress 5. Employee : Table contains default information about Employee : It contains the Address of all Employee : contains all the information about employee regarding his date :Table contains information of Employees basic salary, :Table contains the information of balance leaves of the

of joining, seniority, posting region and all other 6. EmployeeCR : Table contains information about Employees CR 7. GnrlCode 8. GnrlDir 9. Leave : Code directory of Designation :Table contains of code directory : Table contains information about leave

10. LeaveApplication : Table contains record of the application applied for leave 11. Leo Employee 12. Menutable generation : Table contains the Menu item for dynamic : Table contains basic information about

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13.

Posting

: Table contains information about

Employees posting at various Regions 14. Region 15. SectionPosting 16. Station 17. StatusLeave leave taken 18. UserTable : Table contains the information of : Region code directory : Division code directory : Station code directory : Table contains information about status of the

various users of the Software 19. VacancyPosition : Table contains information about vacancy

position at various Regions

3.9

Application Architecture

Most of the users database system today is not present at user premises, but clients connect to it through a network. We can therefore differentiate between client and server machine. In our system the information about personnel and post exist in the central database. But it need to be accessed from DGLW offices all over India so that employees can view, enter or modifies their personal information through their user-id and password. This can be done only through web based application architecture, as shown in the next page.

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User

Application Client (Employees)

Application Server

Database System

Fig: 3.0

Three tier Architecture

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Tables used:

3.10 Database Architecture

Fig: 3.1

Table: BalanceLeave

Fig: 3.2

Table: Paysclale

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Fig: 3.3

Table: Defaults

Fig: 3.4

Table: EmpAddress

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Fig: 3.5

Table: Employee

Fig: 3.6

Table: EmployeeCR

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Fig: 3.7

Table: GnrlCode

Fig: 3.8

Table: GnrlDir

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Fig: 3.9

Table: Leave

Fig: 3.10

Table: LeaveApplication

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Fig: 3.11

Table:LEO

Fig: 3.12

Table: MenuTable

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Fig: 3.13

Table:Posting

Fig: 3.14

Table: Region

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Fig: 3.15

Table: SectionPosting

Fig: 3.16

Table: Station

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Fig: 3.17

Table: StatusLeave

Fig: 3.18

Table: UserTable

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Fig: 3.19

Table: VacancyPosition

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3.11 Input / Output Specification 3.11.1 Screen Layouts


For Screen layouts refer annexure Forms Layouts.

3.11.2 Report Layout


For report layout refer annexure Report Layouts.

3.11.3Navigation (Menu Description)


From the DGLW Portal the user will login by given userID and password in the login dialogue box. After user validation the system will display the customized home page and menu options depending upon user roles and access permissions.

3.11.4 Help Facilities


Document has user manual to the user separately. On line User Manual has not been planned yet.

3.11.5Error Messages
Suitable error messages should be flashed on error arising from Data inputs, which is easily understood by the user.

3.12 Choice of Tools and Technologies Introduction


Technologies and tools are strongly related to the approach of software development. What the tools can or cannot do significantly impact what principles that can be used, as well as what objectives that can be fulfilled. While selection of a particular methodology may imply use of certain tools, the tools themselves often leave significant room for developers to choose how to use them. The selection has 36

therefore been based mainly on the objectives of the project, while the methodologies were selected after the tools were selected, due to the fact that technologies and tools poses certain restrictions of how development can be done.

3.12.1 ASP
ASP stands for Active Server Pages, and it is Microsoft's implementation of serverside scripting. In short, this server-site scripting basically means that a script is parsed and executed by the server. When a user requests a web-page containing ASP, the web-server will parse code and send the result to the user, so the ASP code will never reach the user's browser. This is the exact opposite of JavaScript. You don't need to be a programmer to understand ASP, but you should have some HTML knowledge, as the actual design of the web page will require it. To use ASP scripts, you must have installed Microsoft's IIS (Internet Information Services), which is a web-server included in Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional. It is also a part of the Windows NT 4.0 Option Pack, which can be downloaded from Microsoft's web-site. If IIS is not already installed on your computer, you can install it using the Add/Remove Programs section within the Windows Control Panel. The ASP engine is included within IIS, so you won't have to download it and install it separately. You must have Windows NT 4.0 or later to run IIS, so if you use Windows 98 you should install PWS (Personal Web Server), which is the smaller brother of IIS. You can use ASP code to do a lot of things: dynamically edit, change or add any content to a web-page, access and query databases, read or write files, connect to remote computers, create images - the only limit is your imagination. The most obvious difference from HTML files is that ASP files have the extension ".asp", but this doesn't mean that you need to separate the ASP code from the HTML code in different files; you can use one file which will include both HTML and ASP code. The web-server won't mind at all, it will parse the ASP code and forget about the HTML code. Depending on your ASP code, the web-server will output some HTML instead of the ASP code, so the web-browser will only see HTML. This provides a higher level of security, because nobody will be able to view your ASP code, and copy it and use it on their own web-page. Furthermore, you don't need 37

any extra components for your web-browser, because the ASP files are returned in plain HTML, so they can be viewed in any web-browser. In case you don't have Windows, you should know that some companies also didn't like the fact the ASP was only available for Windows platforms, so they decided to adapt ASP to other operating systems. So they created technologies like Chili ASP and iASP, which allow you to take advantage of the ASP technology while using other web-servers, not just IIS. And because other web-servers run on many operating systems - like Apache web-server - this extends the ASP technology too, so it can run on other operating systems. Active Server Pages or ASP, as it is more commonly known, is a technology that enables you to make dynamic and interactive web pages. ASP uses server-side scripting to dynamically produce web pages that are not affected by the type of browser the web site visitor is using. The default scripting language used for writing ASP is VBScript, although you can use other scripting languages like JScript (Microsoft's version of JavaScript). ASP pages have the extension .asp instead of .htm, when a page with the extension .asp is requested by a browser the web server knows to interpret any ASP contained within the web page before sending the HTML produced to the browser. This way all the ASP is run on the web server and no ASP will ever be passed to the web browser. Just simply just simply opening the page in a web browser cannot run any web pages containing ASP. The page must be requested through a web server that supports ASP, this is why ASP stands for Active Server Pages, no server, and no active pages. As ASP was first introduced by Microsoft on its web server, Internet Information Services (IIS) that runs on Windows 2000/XP Pro/NT4, it is this web server that ASP pages usually run best on. For those of you running Windows and wish to play around with ASP on your own system you will need to install Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS). Lucky IIS or its micro version Personal Web Server (PWS) comes free with Windows. For Windows users you can find Internet Information Services (IIS) or Personal Web Server (PWS) in the following places:

Windows 2000/XP Pro - IIS can be found in 'Add/Remove Programs' in the 'Control Panel'.

Windows 98 - PWS can be found under 'add-ons' on the Windows 98 CD.

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Windows NT4/95 -You can get hold of IIS by downloading the NT4 Option Pack from Microsoft (don't be fooled by the name as it also runs on Windows 95).

Windows ME - IIS and PWS are not supported on this operating system. Windows XP Home Edition - IIS and PWS are not supported on this

3.12.2 ASP Programming


Active Server Pages (ASP) programming is writing code to facilitate ASP functionality

on websites. Such functionality includes the delivery of dynamic, database-driven content to website viewers without taxing the server-side system. ASP programming involves writing ASP files and HTML files. The ASP code is placed within the HTML pages, enclosed in special tags. When you need to make changes in the ASP programming code, you need change only the ASP files; the HTML files, which do nothing but go and get the ASP files' coding, need not be changed. ASP files have a file extension of .asp, much like HTML files have file extensions of either .htm or .html. The HTML files that contain the ASP instructions enclose those instructions within tags that look like this: Notice that unlike HTML, the ASP ending tag does not include a slash. To send the results of an ASP instruction directly to a browser, you add an equals sign: <%=. ASP programming involves scripting in Visual Basic Script, Jscript, Perl, Python, or other languages. Certain modifications are necessary, but the programmer who has written code in these other languages will find ASP programming to be familiar indeed. The two languages that work the best for ASP programming are VBScript and Jscript. One common use of ASP programming is to gather data from the user and display it at another time. For example, you can use ASP programming to query the user to type in his or her name and then display that name on subsequent pages during the user's visit. Once the name is input, the ASP programming protocols transfer that data to the requisite database, from which it can be accessed by other HTML pages that contain the coding guiding such requests. Such data requests and displays can be as complex as you want to make them.

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Written data isnt the only thing that can be uploaded to your website using ASP programming. You can design forms that allow users to upload image files to your site as well. Real estate websites are perfect examples of sites that can take advantage of this functionality. ASP programming also comes in handy when your HTML pages and what they display involve accessing large databases containing tons of data. In this case, you will really appreciate the benefits of not having to change HTML files when you update the parameters of your databases. ASP programming makes this process simple.

3.12.3 Parsing ASP Code


In order to correctly parse (process) a selection of ASP code, no matter how long and complex, you need a HTTP web server. Generally, ASP pages run under Microsofts Internet Information Server (IIS), which comes as an optional installation from the Windows 2000 and XP Professional CD's. Windows 98 includes a cut down version of IIS called Personal web server (PWS) The ASP parsing is enabled via the ASP DLL. This enables any piece of code encased within the ASP tags (<% and %>) to be parsed as ASP. The rest of the HTML page will be untouched and processed by the web browser client side. ASP can be embedded within HTML. The example below shows how you would create a table and place a simple date function to return the current date and time. <table cellspacing="2"> <tr> <td> The date/time is <% = now() %></td> </tr> </table> The process of embedding ASP within HTML is known as "spaghetti coding".

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3.12.4 Connecting to a Database


One of the major features of ASP is database connectivity. ASP can be used to connect primarily to Microsoft Access or SQL Server database. an ASP script can contain Structured query language (SQL) statements to insert, delete and update records within a database (to name just a few) For example: SELECT * FROM myTable WHERE myValue = 'myValue'

INSERT INTO myTable (value1) VALUES ("myValue") A database connection is done via a connection string in the ASP source code. There are two ways this is generally done, one is using a data source name (DSN) and the other is using a DSN-Less connection string, which instead can use the Server.MapPath method or physical pathname to locate the database. An example connection string using a DSN: <% dim strConnection, dbase 'Create string with the name of the data source strConnection = "MyDSN"

Set dbase = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") 'Open database dbase.Open strConnection, "user", "password" %> DSN's are created using the ODBC data source administrator. This can be found in your system32 folder or within control panel. When you set up a data source name you are required to input the data source name, plus the database that it connects to and the path of that database. A user ID and password are also necessary, which is what will be within the two "", "" parameters in the dbase.Open line. Example of a dsn-less connection, using Server.MapPath:

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<% ' connection string using server.mappath

dim dbasepath dim provider

dbasepath = Server.MapPath("db\shoutdb.mdb") provider = "Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0"

%> If you wanted to enter a physical path, the Server.MapPath method could be removed and in its place, something like "C:\somefolder\somedatabase.mdb". In order to create a path to the database, Server.MapPath maps the path back to web server root that the pages are running on, via the directory you have specified. It's advantageous to keep a connectionstring in an external file and include it using the <! -- #include file="file.asp" --> method.

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CHAPTER 4 TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION


4.1 Objectives of Testing:

This section introduces the concept of testing and how important is, for the successful implementation of the project. Different phases of testing are described along with the level of testing incorporated in this particular project. Testing is vital to the success of any system. Testing is done at different stages within the phase. System testing makes a logical assumption that if all phases of the system are correct, the goals will be achieved successfully. Inadequate testing at all leads to errors that may come up after a long time when correction would be extremely difficult. Another objective of testing is its utility as a user-oriented vehicle before implementation. The testing of the system was done on both artificial and live data. Testing involves operation of a system or application under controlled conditions and evaluating the results (e.g., if the user is in interface A of the application while using hardware B and does C, then D should not happen). The controlled conditions should include both normal and abnormal conditions. Typically, the project team includes a mix of testers and developers who work closely together, with the overall QA processes being monitored by the project managers.

4.2

Types of Testing

4.2.1 Black Box Testing


Also known as functional testing, this is a software testing technique whereby the tester does not know the internal working of the item being tested. Black-box test design treats the system as a black-box, so it does not explicitly use knowledge of the internal structure. Black-box test design is usually described as focusing on testing functional requirements. Synonyms for black-box includes: behavioral, functional, opaque-box and closed-box. 43

4.2.2 White Box Testing


White box test design allows one to peek inside the box, and it focuses specifically on using internal knowledge of the software to guide the selection of test data. Synonyms for white-box include: structural, glass-box and clear-box.

4.2.3 Condition Testing


An improvement over White-box testing, the process of condition testing ensures that a controlling expression has been adequately exercised whist the software is under test by constructing a constraint set for every expression and then ensuring that every member on the constraint set is included in the values whish are presented to the expression

4.2.4 Data Life-Cycle Testing


It is based upon the consideration that in the software code, a variable is at some stage created, and subsequently may have its value changed or used in a controlling expression several times before being destroyed. If only locally declared Boolean used in control conditions are considered then an examination of the sources code will indicate the place in the source code where the variable is created, places where it is given a value is used as a part of a control expression and the place where it is destroyed. This approach to testing requires all possible feasible lifecycles of the variable to be covered whilst the module is under test.

4.2.5 Unit Testing


The purpose of this phase is to test the individual units of the developing software component. This phase is recursive and is to be repeated, as many as there are, levels of testing. In the DGLW project, each individual form has been tested using techniques of testing namely: Client side testing using JavaScript. Each individual form has been validated so that user enters only valid data at every time.

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4.2.6 Functional Testing:


This is done for each module / sub module of the system. Functional testing serve as a means of validating whether the functionality of the system Confers the original user requirement i.e. does the module do what it was supposed to do? Separate schedules were made for functional testing. It involves preparation of the test data, writing of test cases, testing for conformance to test cases and preparation of bugs listing for non-conformities.

4.2.7 System Testing:


System testing is done when the entire system has been fully integrated. The purpose of the system testing is to test how the different modules interact with each other and whether the entire system provides the functionality that was expected. System testing consists of the following steps: a) Program Testing b) String Testing c) System Testing d) System Documentation e) User Acceptance Testing

4.3

Various Levels Of Testing

Before implementation the system is tested at two levels: Level 1 Level 2

4.3.1 Level 1 Testing (Alpha Testing)


At this level a test data is prepared for testing. Project leaders test the system on this test data keeping the following points into consideration: Proper error handling

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Exit Pints in code Exception handling Input / Output format Glass box testing Black box testing If the system is through with testing phase at LEVEL 1 then it is passed on to LEVEL 2.

4.3.2 Level 2 Testing (Beta Testing)


Here the testing is done on the live database. If errors are detected then it is sent back to LEVEL 1 for modification otherwise it is passed on to LEVEL 3. This is the level at which the system actually becomes live and implemented for the use of END USERS. We have also checked the proposed system for:

Recovery & Security


A forced system failure is induced to test a backup recovery procedure for file integrity. Inaccurate data are entered to see how the system responds in terms of error detection and protection. Related to file integrity is a test to demonstrate that data and programs are secure from unauthorized access.

Usability Documentation & Procedure:


The usability test verifies the user-friendly nature of the system. This relates to normal operating and error-handling procedures.

4.4

Quality Assurance

Proper documentation is must for mainframe of any software. Apart from In-line documentation while coding. Help coding, help files corresponding to each program were prepared so as to tackle the person-dependency of the existing system.

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4.5

System Implementation

During the implementation stage the system is physically created. Necessary programs are coded, debugged and documented. A new hardware is selected, ordered and installed.

4.6

System Specification
Every computer system consists of three major elements. 1. The Hardware 2. Application Software such as visual studio. 3. Operating system

For successful operation of the package following must be kept in mind: Too many packages should not be used, as very few systems may have all those packages installed due to memory problem. Thus, the compatibility of the system developed will get reduced.

4.6.1 Hardware Requirements


Intel Pentium processor at 500 MHz or faster, minimum of 364 MB available disk space for installation (including IBM SDK), minimum of 256 MB memory,512 MB recommended, CD-ROM drive.

4.6.2 Software Requirements


The application software is hosted on the MOLDB (Ministry of Labour & Employment Database server) web server located at NIC Computer Cell, Ministry of Labour, Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi. The application software is developed in ASP, JavaScript, and HTML. The central database is based on MS SQL Server 2000. The system can be accessed over the Internet connecting all the Internet of Ministry of Labour & Employment nodes. Clients equipped with web-browsers can access the system from any of the Intranet Nodes.

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4.7

Installation

The Application installation scripts have to be generated from the current server where the application source code is saved and installed in the main server from where the application is to be run. This was done using a special code, which generates all SQL-Statements to insert preliminary data (like menu entries, code in code directories etc) at server and the operational modules of the application made available to the end users successfully.

4.8

Implementation

The system is still under construction few reports are yet to me made after that this system will be implanted at client side. Users will be given a training to use the package and special workshops are conducted by the NIC for the purpose. And according to their feedback the changes are implanted in the software.

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CHAPTER 5 RESULT AND CONCLUSION


This section discuses the result of the work done in this project And also mentions the future scope for improvement.

Conclusion
Today we are at the cross roads of innovation. The right direction to take will only evolve with time, but effort has to be taken seriously by everyone involved in education; the school/University, administration, faulty, students and parents. By designing the Directorate General of Labour Welfare through ASP server side technology, we are able to provide the basic functionality related to the submission activities with great ease. The use of ASP technology has made it easier to design and develop the n-tired architecture of this application. We were using the Microsoft Software Development Platform for the development of this project, which had given a complete, tight and integrated approach for the process of design and development of this project. Hence we may conclude that the application system being developed helps a great deal in modifying the computerized DGLW.

Future Scope of Improvement


The Employee Management System for DGLW is a big and ambitious project. I am thankful for being provided this great opportunity to work on it. As already mentioned, this project has gone through extensive research work. On the basis of the research work, we have successfully designed and implemented Employee Management System. This system is based upon 3-tier client server architecture. The tools used for development were as follows.

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Front-end-----ASP, JavaScript, VBScript, HTML, DHTML Back-end----MS SQL Server 2004 Query Language----PL/SQL

Annexure A Sample forms

Fig: 5.1

This is login form

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Fig: 5.2

After login this form will be shown from where we will have to choose

from the menu.

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Fig: 5.3

After login this form will be shown from where we will have to choose

from the menu.

Fig: 5.4

On clicking on Employee form these designation will be listed and on

choosing a particular designation all the employees at that designation on the region through which a person has entered will be listed

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Fig: 5.5

On choosing a designation a employee record at the designation will be

listed like this also mentioning the total number of person at that designtion

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Fig: 5.6

On clicking the New Information on the top and bottom of the State

Wise Employee Information Employee form will be loaded

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Fig: 5.7

While on clicking on the information in the Station Wise Employee

Information list then the Employee form will be loaded taking all the information from the Table Employee

Fig: 5.8

On clicking on the Posting Button this list of Postings at various

station will appear if it already have, also on clicking on the New Information link on the left side of for posting to the New Region can be assigned to the employee through whose record we have entered

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Fig: 5.9

This will make one select the particular Region for the Posting

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Fig: 5.10

On selecting the Region the above form will be loaded, now the

station, designation, and duration of the position will be chosen through this form

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Fig: 5.11

Now when the new posting has been assigned to the person that data

will be inserted and form will be closed

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Fig: 5.12

The record inserted above is listed here in the posting information form

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Fig: 5.13

On clicking on the Transfer Button in the Employee form this page

will be loaded giving information about his previous station and allowing the user to assign him new Region and Station and the date for the Transfer

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Fig: 5.14

After inserting the Region for the Transfer this form will be loaded

listing Employees previous Region, Station and Region selected through previous form, then through this form Station for the Employee for the Transfer will be selected

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Fig: 5.15

On clicking the Leave Button on Employee form this form will be

loaded listing all the leaves taken by Employee their type and duration

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Fig: 5.16

On clicking on New Information on the left of the Leave Information

form this form will be loaded where leave record can be entered

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Fig: 5.17

On clicking on the Vacancy Position form this form will be loaded

listing particular station for the Region through which user has login

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Fig: 5.18

Now allowing user to select the particular station

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Fig: 5.19

On selection the Station all the designation on that station will be listed

from the table Vacancy Position

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Fig: 5.19

Each designation has a link containing information about the

Employee at that designation

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Fig: 5.20

On clicking the particular designation this form will be loaded bringing

all the information regarding Vacancy Position about the Employee at designation

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Fig: 5.21

On clicking on the New Button this form will be loaded

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Fig: 5.22

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Fig: 5.23

On clicking the New Information link this page will be loaded with

Region and Station fixed

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Fig: 5.24

New form allow user to insert a new information on the particular

Region and station

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Fig: 5.25 performed

On inserting the above information this form will be loaded like this

i.e., the designation inserted will be printed now and editing on the other field can be

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Fig: 5.26 Regional areas

This is a login form, if user is not from regional area but is from

Administration he will have User ID and Password other than that of user from

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Fig: 5.27

After this login this page will be loaded here the user will have both

Region and Station to select, user can access any region and station

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Fig: 5.28 loaded

Now again after entering the Region and Station this form will be

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Fig: 5.29

User can access other Region and Station as well

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Fig: 5.30

After selecting the Region and Station this page will be loaded listing

all the designation at that station

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Fig: 5.31

On clicking the EmloyeeCR form from the menu this form will be

loaded listing all the station of the Region through which User has login

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Fig: 5.32

On selecting the Station this page will be loaded bringing name and

designation of all the Employees at the station

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Fig: 5.33

On clicking the Employees Name this page will be loaded listing

information about his CR year and whether it is received or not

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Fig: 5.34

On clicking the New Information on the left this form will be loaded

with the Employees name

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Fig: 5.35 saved

On clicking the Employees name in the list above this form will be

loaded with the information about Employees CR year this info can be edited and

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Fig: 5.35 be listed

On clicking on the Leave on the Menu this form will be loaded letting

to choose the designation, for the designation entered here the leave information will

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Fig: 5.36

On selecting designation through previous form this form will be

loaded listing Balance leaves of the employee

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Annexure B: Reports

Fig: 5.37

On clicking on the List Region Repots in the menu this page will be

loaded, select the region through this list

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Fig: 5.37

For the Region entered above report listing all the data in table

VacancyPosition will listed regarding sanctioned strength for various designation at various Region and Station

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Fig: 5.38

On selecting list Designation from the Menu this page will be loaded,

select the Designation through this list

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Fig: 5.39

All the information as entered in the table Vacancy Position for the

selected designation will be listed

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Fig: 5.40 loaded

On selecting list vacancy Region from the menu this page will be

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Fig: 5.41

Then for the selected Region, list of all the vacancy position for the

various designation at the various station of the selected Region will be listed

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Fig: 5.42

On selecting vacancy Region from the menu this page will be loaded

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Fig: 5.43

This page will list vacancy position for the various designation at each

Region and Station

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Fig: 5.44

On selecting list VacancyRegionDesign this page will be loaded

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Fig: 5.45

This page asks the user to select the Region from the list

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Fig: 5.46

For the selected Region, Designation record at the region will be listed

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Fig: 5.47

On choosing particular Designation all the information regarding

vacancy position for that designation at selected Region will be listed

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Annexure C- Sample code:


frmEmployee.asp <--#include File="../Library/FunctionLibrary.asp"--> <% Dim rsFrm, TableName, RedirectURL, frmMode Dim cID, cName, cSex, cDOB, cDesignation, cPerFileNo, cCategory, cDtGovt, cDtService, cPlacePosting Dim cQualification, cQualDesc, cDtLeaving, cTypeLeaving, cRemarks, cRegion, cStation, cSeniority Dim cBasicPay, cPostType, cDtPost, cUPSCDt, cUPSCNo1, UPSCNo2, cEntryMode, cPresentStatus, cPost, cDtPostHeld, cHomeTown Dim cIncrMonth, cIncrYear TableName = "Employee" cRegion=request("Region") RedirectURL = "frmRegionDesig.asp" Request.Form("SubmitAction") select case cstr(Request.Form("SubmitAction")) case "Posting" cId=Request.Form("ID") frmPosting() case "Transfer" cId=Request.Form("ID") cRegion=Request.Form("Region") cStation=Request.Form("Station") frmTransfer() case "Leave" cId=Request.Form("ID") cRegion=Request.Form("Region") cStation=Request.Form("Station") frmLeave() case "New" frmMode="New" GetValuesFrom "Default"

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Response.Write "New Form" cRegion=Request.Form("Region") case "Insert" GetValuesFrom "Form" frmInsert() Case "Save" GetValuesFrom "Form" frmUpdate() case "Delete" GetValuesFrom "Form" frmDelete() case "Search" GetValuesFrom "Form" frmSearch() case "Refresh" GetValuesFrom "Form" frmFind() case "Close" frmClose() case else select case cstr(Request.QueryString("frmAction")) case "Find" cID = Request("ID") frmFind() case else frmMode="New" GetValuesFrom "Default" Response.Write "New Form" cRegion=Request.QueryString("Region") cDesignation=Request.QueryString("Designation") end select end select sub frmInsert() insert=True

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if (Not checkdate(cDOB)) then insert=False Response.Write "<Center><B><Font color=Red>Wrong Date of Birth</Font></B></Center>" frmMode="New" cDOB="" else strSql = "Insert into Employee (Name, " if (len(trim(cSeniority))>0) then strSql = strSql & " Seniority, " end if strSql = strSql & " Region, " if (len(trim(cStation))>0) then strSql = strSql & "Station, " end if strSql=strSql & " Sex, DOB, Designation, " if (isNumeric(cBasicPay)) then strSql= strSql & " BasicPay, " end if strSql= strSql & " PerFileNo, Category, " if (len(trim(cDtGovt))>0) then strSql= strSql & "DtGovt," end if if (len(trim(cDtService))>0) then strSql = strSql & " DtService,"

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end if if (len(trim(cDtPost))>0) then strSql= strSql & " DtPost," end if if (len(trim(cIncrYear))>0) then strSql = strSql & " IncrYear, " end if if (len(trim(cIncrMonth))>0) then strSql = strSql & " IncrMonth, " end if strSql=strSql & " Qualification, QualificationDesc," if (len(trim(cDtLeaving))>0) then strSql=strSql & " DtLeaving, " end if strSql = strSql & " TypeLeaving, Remarks, Post, PostType," if (len(trim(cDtPostHeld))>0) then strSql = strSql & " DtPostHeld," end if if (len(trim(cUPSCDt))>0) then strSql = strSql & " UPSCDt," end if strSql= strSql & " UPSCNo1, UPSCNo2, EntryMode, HomeTown, PresentStatus) VALUES (" strSql = strSql & "'" & cName & "', "

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if (len(trim(cSeniority))>0) then strSql = strSql & cSeniority & ", " end if strSql = strSql & cRegion & ", " if (len(trim(cStation))>0) then strSql = strSql & cStation & ", " end if strSql = strSql & "'" & cSex & "', " if (len(trim(cDOB))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDOB) & "', " end if strSql = strSql & "'" & cDesignation & "', " if (IsNumeric(cBasicPay)) then strSql = strSql & "" & cBasicPay & ", " end if strSql = strSql & "'" & cPerFileNo & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cCategory & "', " if (len(trim(cDtGovt))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtGovt) & "', " end if if (len(trim(cDtService))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtService) & "', " end if if (len(trim(cDtPost))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtPost) & "', " end if

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if (len(trim(cIncrYear))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & cIncrYear & "', " end if if (len(trim(cIncrMonth))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & cIncrMonth & "', " end if strSql = strSql & "'" & cQualification & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cQualDesc & "', " if (len(trim(cDtLeaving))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtLeaving) & "', " end if strSql = strSql & "'" & cTypeLeaving & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cRemarks & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cPost & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cPostType & "', " if (len(trim(cDtPostHeld))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtPostHeld) & "', " end if if (len(trim(cUPSCDt))>0) then strSql = strSql & "'" & DateMMDDYYYY(cUPSCDt) & "', " end if strSql = strSql & "'" & cUPSCNo1 & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cUPSCNo2 & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cEntryMode & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cHomeTown & "', " strSql = strSql & "'" & cPresentStatus & "'" strSql = strSql & ")"

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set rsFrm = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") Response.Write strSql rsFrm.open strSql, EmployeeConn Response.Redirect "Region=" & cRegion & "&Designation=" & cDesignation end if end sub sub frmUpdate() strSql ="Update Employee set " strSql = strSql & "Name = '" & cName & "', " if (len(trim(cSeniority))>0) then strSql = strSql & "Seniority =" & cSeniority & ", " end if strSql = strSql & "Region =" & cRegion & ", " strsql = strSql & "Station =" & cStation & ", " strSql = strSql & "Sex = '" & cSex & "', " if (len(trim(cDOB))>0) then strSql = strSql & "DOB = '" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDOB) & "', " end if strSql = strSql & "Designation = '" & cDesignation & "', " if (isNumeric(cBasicPay)) then strSql = strSql & "BasicPay = " & cBasicPay & ", " end if strSql = strSql & "PerFileNo = '" & cPerFileNo & "', " strSql = strSql & "Category = '" & cCategory & "', " if (len(trim(cDtGovt))>0) then strSql = strSql & "DtGovt = '" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtGovt) & "', " end if

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if (len(trim(cDtService))>0) then strSql = strSql & "DtService = '" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtService) & "', " end if if (len(trim(cDtPost))>0) then strSql = strSql & "DtPost = '" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtPost) & "', " end if if (len(trim(cIncrAmount))>0) then strSql = strSql & "IncrYear = '" & cIncrYear & "', " end if if (len(trim(cIncrMonth))>0) then strSql = strSql & "IncrMonth = '" & cIncrMonth & "', " end if if (len(trim(cIncrYear))>0) then strSql = strSql & "IncrYear = '" & cIncrYear & "', " else strSql=strSql & "IncrYear='', " end if strSql = strSql & "PostType = '" & cPostType & "', " strSql = strSql & "Qualification = '" & cQualification & "', " strSql = strSql & "QualDesc = '" & cQualDesc & "', " if (len(trim(cDtLeaving))>0) then strSql = strSql & "DtLeaving = '" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtLeaving) & "', " end if strSql = strSql & "TypeLeaving = '" & cTypeLeaving & "', " strSql = strSql & "Remarks = '" & cRemarks & "', " strSql = strSql & "Post = '" & cPost & "', "

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if (len(trim(cDtPostHeld))>0) then strSql = strSql & "DtPostHeld = '" & DateMMDDYYYY(cDtPostHeld) & "', " end if if (len(trim(cUPSCDt))>0) then strSql = strSql & "UPSCDt= '" & DateMMDDYYYY(cUPSCDt) & "', " end if strSql = strSql & "UPSCNo1= '" & cUPSCNo1 & "', " strSql = strSql & "UPSCNo2= '" & cUPSCNo2 & "', " strSql = strSql & "EntryMode= '" & cEntryMode & "', " strSql = strSql & "HomeTown= '" & cHomeTown & "', " strSql = strSql & "PresentStatus= '" & cPresentStatus & "'" strSql = strSql & " where Id = " & cID set rsFrm = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") 'Response.Write strSql rsFrm.open strSql, EmployeeConn Response.Redirect "frmEmployee.asp?frmAction=Find&ID=" & cID & "&Region=" & cRegion end sub sub frmDelete() strSql = "Delete from Employee where ID =" & cID set rsFrm = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") rsFrm.open strSql, EmployeeConn 'Response.Redirect "frmEmployee.asp?frmAction=New" & "&Region=" & cRegion Response.Redirect "Region=" & cRegion & "&Designation=" & cDesignation end sub sub frmClose() Response.Redirect RedirectURL & "?userName=" & session("gUserId") end sub

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sub frmTransfer() Response.Redirect "frmRegion.asp?ID=" & cID & "&Region=" & cRegion & "&Station=" & cStation & "&Designation=" & cDesignation end sub sub frmPosting() Response.Redirect "../List/lstPosting.asp?ID=" & cID & "&Region=" & cRegion & "&Station=" & cStation end sub

sub frmLeave() Response.Redirect "../List/lstLeave.asp?ID=" & cID & "&Region=" & cRegion & "&Station=" & cStation end sub sub frmFind() set rsFrm = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") strSql = "Select * from Employee where ID=" & cID rsFrm.Open strsql, EmployeeConn GetValuesFrom "Table" rsFrm.close end sub sub GetValuesFrom(ByVal Src) select case cstr(Src) case "Form" cId = Request.Form("ID") cName = Request.Form("Name") cSex = Request.Form("Sex") cDOB = Request.Form("DOB") cDesignation = Request.Form("Designation") cPayScale = Request.Form("BasicPay") cPerFileNo = Trim(Request.Form("PerFileNo")) cCategory = Request.Form("Category") cDtGovt = Request.Form("DtGovt")

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cDtService = Request.Form("DtService") cDtSection = Request.Form("DtPost") cPost = Request.Form("Post") cPostType = Request.Form("PostType") cDtPostHeld=Request.Form("DtPostHeld") cPlacePosting = Request.Form("PlacePosting") cQualification = Request.Form("Qualification") cQualDesc = Request.Form("QualDesc") cHomeTown = Request.Form("HomeTown") cDtLeaving = Request.Form("DtLeaving") cTypeLeaving = Request.Form("TypeLeaving") cRemarks = Request.Form("Remarks") cRegion = Request.Form("Region") cStation= Request.Form("Station") cSeniority = Request.Form("Seniority") cBasicPay=Request.Form("BasicPay") cDtPost=Request.Form("DtPost") cUPSCDt=Request.Form("UPSCDt") cUPSCNo1=Request.Form("UPSCNo1") cUPSCNo2=Request.Form("UPSCNo2") cEntryMode=Request.Form("EntryMode") cPresentStatus=Request.Form("PresentStatus") cIncrMonth = Request.Form("IncrMonth") cIncrYear=Request.Form("IncrYear") case "Table" cId = rsFrm("Id") cName = rsFrm("Name") cSex = rsFrm("Sex") cDOB = rsFrm("DOB") cDesignation = rsFrm("Designation") cBasicPay = rsFrm("BasicPay") cPerFileNo = Trim(rsFrm("PerFileNo")) cCategory = rsFrm("Category") cDtGovt = rsFrm("DtGovt") cDtService = rsFrm("DtService")

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cDtSection = rsFrm("DtPost") cPost = rsFrm("Post") cDtPostHeld=rsFrm("DtPostHeld") cPostType = rsFrm("PostType") cQualification = rsFrm("Qualification") cQualificationDesc = rsFrm("QualificationDesc") cHomeTown = rsFrm("HomeTown") cDtLeaving = rsFrm("DtLeaving") cTypeLeaving = rsFrm("TypeLeaving") cRemarks = rsFrm("Remarks") cRegion = rsFrm("Region") cStation= rsFrm("Station") cSeniority = rsFrm("Seniority") cDtPost=rsFrm("DtPost") cUPSCDt=rsFrm("UPSCDt") cUPSCNo1=rsFrm("UPSCNo1") cUPSCNo2=rsFrm("UPSCNo2") cEntryMode=rsFrm("EntryMode") cPresentStatus=rsFrm("PresentStatus") cIncrMonth=rsFrm("IncrMonth") cIncrYear= rsFrm("IncrYear") case else cName = "" cSex = "" cDOB = "" cDesignation = "" cPayScale = "" cPerFileNo = "" cCategory = "" cDtGovt = "" cDtService = "" cDtSection = "" cPost="" cPlacePosting = "" cPostType = ""

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cQualification = "" cQualDesc = "" cHomeTown = "" cDtLeaving = "" cTypeLeaving = "" cRemarks = "" cRegion=Request.QueryString("Region") cIncrMonth="" cIncrYear="" end select end sub %> <HTML> <Head> <Title>Employee Details</Title> <!--#include File="../Library/JavaLibrary.asp"--> <SCRIPT language="JavaScript"> <!-function checkDOB() { if (document.frmName.DOB.value == "") { alert("Blank Date!, Date format is 'DD/MM/YYYY'"); //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } else { if(!DateValid(document.frmName.DOB.value)) { //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } } } function checkDtService() { if (document.frmName.DtService.value == "") {

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alert("Blank Date!, Date format is 'DD/MM/YYYY'"); //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } else { if(!DateValid(document.frmName.DtService.value)) { //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } } } function checkDtGovt() { if (document.frmName.DtGovt.value == "") { alert("Blank Date!, Date format is 'DD/MM/YYYY'"); //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } else { if(!DateValid(document.frmName.DtGovt.value)) { //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } } } function checkDtPost() { if (document.frmName.DtPost.value == "") { alert("Blank Date!, Date format is 'DD/MM/YYYY'"); //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } else { if(!DateValid(document.frmName.DtPost.value)) { //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } } } function checkDtPostHeld() {

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if (document.frmName.DtPostHeld.value == "") { alert("Blank Date!, Date format is 'DD/MM/YYYY'"); //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } else { if(!DateValid(document.frmName.DtPostHeld.value)) { //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } } } function checkUPSCDt() { if (document.frmName.UPSCDt.value == "") { alert("Blank Date!, Date format is 'DD/MM/YYYY'"); //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } else { if(!DateValid(document.frmName.UPSCDt.value)) { //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } } } function checkDtLeaving() { if (document.frmName.DtLeaving.value == "") { alert("Blank Date!, Date format is 'DD/MM/YYYY'"); //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } else { if(!DateValid(document.frmName.DtLeaving.value)) { //document.frmName.CGITReceivedDate.focus(); } } }

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function checkBP() { if (document.frmName.BasicPay.value == "") { alert("Blank Basic Pay!"); } else { if(!is_int(document.frmName.BasicPay)) { alert("'" + document.frmName.BasicPay.value + "' is not a valid Basic Pay!"); //alert(document.frmName.BasicPay.value); document.frmName.BasicPay.value="" } } } //--> </SCRIPT> </Head> <!-- <TR valign=top><TD align=Center colspan=6><Font face=sans-serif color=Blue><B>Present Information</B></Font></TD></TR>--> <TR bgcolor=LightSkyBlue valign=top> <TD align=left width=11% ><font face="Arial" size="2">Name/Seniority</font></TD> <TD width=25% ><PRE><INPUT Name=Name Value="<%=cName%>" Size=20 MaxLength=30 ><B>/</B><INPUT Name=Seniority Value="<%=cSeniority%>" Size=3 MaxLength=5></PRE> <INPUT Name=ID Value="<%=cId%>" Type=Hidden Size=5 MaxLength=30 > <INPUT Name=Region Type=Hidden Value="<%=cRegion%>" Size=5 MaxLength=5 > </TD> <TD align=left width=3% ><font face="Arial" size="2">Sex</font></TD> <TD width=10% ><select name="Sex"> <option value=""> <option value="M">Male</option> <option value="F">Female</option> </select></TD>

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<TD align=left width=5% ><Font color=red>*</Font><font face="Arial" size="2">DoB</font></TD> <TD width=30%><INPUT Name=DOB Value="" Size=10 MaxLength=10 onBlur="checkDOB()"></TD> </TR> <TR bgcolor=Bisque valign=top><TD align=left width=5%><font face="Arial" size="2">Designation</font></TD> <TD width=20%><INPUT Name=Designation Type=Hidden Value="< %=Trim(cDesignation)%>" Size=5 MaxLength=5><B><Font Face="Arial"></Font></B></TD> <TD align=left width=5%><font face="Arial" size="2">Basic</font></TD> <TD width=10%><INPUT Name=BasicPay Value="<%=cBasicPay%>" Size=10 MaxLength=5 onBlur="checkBP()"></TD> <TD align=left width=3%><font face="Arial" size="2">File No.</font></TD><TD width=30%></Font> <INPUT Name=PerFileNo Value="<%=cPerFileNo%>" Size=13 MaxLength=25 ></TD> </TR> <TR bgcolor=Bisque valign=top><TD align=left><font face="Arial" size="2">Category</font></TD> <TD><select name="Category"> <option value=""> <option value="G">General</option> <option value="SC">Schedule Cast </option> <option value="ST">Schedule Tribe </option> <option value="OBC">OBC </option> </select></TD> <TD><font face="Arial" size="2">Station</font></TD> <TD colspan=3><select name="Station"></Select></TD> </TR> <TR bgcolor=Bisque valign=top><TD align=Left ><Font color=red>*</Font><font face="Arial" size="2">Dt.of Posting(Prsnt. Desg.)</font></TD> <TD><INPUT Name=DtService Value="" Size=10 MaxLength=10 onblur="checkDtService()"></TD> <TD align=left><font face="Arial" size="2">Dt. of Entry(Govt.)</font></TD> <TD><INPUT Name=DtGovt Value="" Size=10 MaxLength=10 onBlur="checkDtGovt()"></TD> <TD align=Left ><font face="Arial" size="2">Dt.Present Station </font></TD>

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<TD><INPUT Name=DtPost Value="" Size=10 MaxLength=10 onBlur="checkDtPost()" ></TD> </TR> <TR bgcolor=Bisque valign=top><TD align=Left ><font face="Arial" size="2">Increment Month</font></TD> <TD ><select name="IncrMonth"></select></TD> <TD align=left><font face="Arial" size="2"> Incr.added upto Year </font></TD> <TD ColSpan=3><INPUT Name=IncrYear Value="<%=cIncrYear%>" Size=5 MaxLength=4></TD> </TR> <TR valign=top><TD align=Center colspan=6><Font face=sans-serif color=Blue><B>Permanent / Temporary Employee Info.</B></Font></TD></TR> <TR bgcolor=Bisque valign=top> <TD><font face="Arial" size="2">Post Name</font></TD> <TD><!--<select name="Post"></select>--><INPUT Name=Post Value="<%=cPost %>" Size=22 MaxLength=30></TD> <TD><font face="Arial" size="2">Perm./Temp.</font></TD> <TD><select name="PostType"></select></TD> <TD><font face="Arial" size="2">Dt. of Confirmation</font></TD> <TD><INPUT Name=DtPostHeld Value="" Size=15 MaxLength=10 onBlur="checkDtPostHeld()"></TD> </TR> <!--<TR valign=top><TD align=Center colspan=6><Font face=sans-serif color=Blue><B>Qualification Information</B></Font></TD></TR>--> <TR bgcolor=Lavender><TD align=Left><font face="Arial" size="2">Qualification</font></TD><TD colspan=2> <select name="Qualification"> <option value=""> <option value="10">10th</option> <option value="12">12th </option> <option value="Gt">Graduate </option> <option value="PG">Post Graduate </option> </select> </TD> <TD align=Right><font face="Arial" size="2">Description</font></TD><TD colspan=2><INPUT Name=QualDesc Value='<%=cQualDesc%>' Size=23 maxlength=50 ></TD> </TR>

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<%if (cDesignation="LEO") then %> <!--<TR valign=top><TD align=Center colspan=6><Font face=sans-serif color=Blue><B>U.P.S.C. Information (In case of L.E.O.)</B></Font></TD></TR>-> <TR bgcolor=Gold valign=top><TD align=Left><font face="Arial" size="2">U.P.S.C. Date</font></TD> <TD><INPUT Name=UPSCDt Value='<%=RetDate(cUPSCDt)%>' Size=10 maxlength=10 onBlur="checkUPSCDt()"></TD> <TD align=Right><font face="Arial" size="2">U.P.S.C. No.</font></TD><TD><INPUT Name=UPSCNo1 Value='<%=cUPSCNo1%>' Size=12 maxlength=20 ></TD> <TD colspan=2><INPUT Name=UPSCNo2 Value='<%=cUPSCNo2%>' Size=12 maxlength=20 ></TD> </TR> <TR bgcolor=Gold valign=top><TD align=Left><font face="Arial" size="2">Entry Mode</font></TD><TD colspan=2> <select name="EntryMode"><%fillEntryMode(trim(cEntryMode))%></select> </TD> <TD align=Right><font face="Arial" size="2">Present Status</font></TD><TD colspan=2> <select name="PresentStatus"><%fillPresentStatus(trim(cPresentStatus))%></select> </TD> </TR> <%end if %> <!--<TR valign=top><TD Colspan=6 align=center><Font face=sans-serif color=Blue><B>Miscellaneous Information</B></Font></TD></TR>--> <TR bgcolor=Lavender valign=top><TD align=Left><font face="Arial" size="2">Home Town </font></TD><TD colspan=2><INPUT Name=HomeTown Value='<%=cHomeTown%>' Size=15 maxlength=20 ></TD> <TD align=Left><font face="Arial" size="2">Dt. of Leaving</font></TD><TD colspan=2><INPUT Name=DtLeaving Value="" Size=15 MaxLength=10 onBlur="checkDtLeaving()"></TD> </TR> <TR bgcolor=Lavender valign=top><TD align=Left><font face="Arial" size="2">Reason of Leaving</font></TD><TD colspan=5><select name="TypeLeaving"></select></TD> </TR> <TR bgcolor=Lavender valign=top><TD><font face="Arial" size="2">Remarks</font></TD><TD colspan=5><INPUT Name=Remarks Value='< %=cRemarks%>' Size=80></TD></TR> </TABLE> 116

<Center><I><Font color=red><Sup>*</Sup></Font>&nbsp;<Font color=Blue>These fields are mandatory</Font></I></Center> <P><INPUT name=SubmitAction type=hidden value="new"></P> <P> <%'=frmMode%> <%' Response.Write frmMode Response.Write "<Center>" response.write "<INPUT name=btnNew type=button value=New>" if frmMode="New" then response.write "<INPUT name=btnInsert type=submit value=Insert>" else response.write "<INPUT name=btnSave type=button value=Save>" response.write "<INPUT name=btnDelete type=button value=Delete>" response.write "<INPUT name=btnRefresh type=button value=Refresh>" Response.Write "<Table border=1 bordercolor=Blue><TR bgColor='Aqua'><TD>" response.write "<INPUT name=btnPosting type=button value='Postings'>" Response.Write "</TD><TD>" response.write "<INPUT name=btnTransfer type=button value='Transfer'>" Response.Write "</TD><TD>" response.write "<INPUT name=btnLeave type=button value='Leave'>" Response.Write "</TD></TR></Table><BR>" end if ' response.write "<INPUT name=btnSearch type=button value=Search>" response.write "<INPUT name=btnClose type=button value=Close>" Response.Write "</Center>" %> </p> </form> </body> </html> <!--#include File="../Library/LibraryFrm.asp"--> <SCRIPT language=VBScript> sub btnTransfer_OnClick() frmName.SubmitAction.value="Transfer" frmName.submit 117

end sub sub btnPosting_OnClick() frmName.SubmitAction.value="Posting" frmName.submit end sub sub btnLeave_OnClick() frmName.SubmitAction.value="Leave" frmName.submit end sub sub btnInsert_OnClick() frmName.SubmitAction.value="New" frmName.submit end sub </Script>

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Annexure D - List of Common Validations

1. No field in a form should be left blank. 2. The name of a person cannot be numeric value. It has to be in alphabets 3. Data has to be entered in a valid format. 4. Data of birth has to be a date previous than the current date. 5. Time has to be entered in valid format. 6. In any form, only one option can be selected from the given number of options 7. Email address should be entered in a valid format.

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Annexure E - Definition/Glossary
Data describe the numbers, text, graphics, image, and voice stored in this form that can be used by a computer. Record A set of related data items treated as a unit. File Set of record is termed as storage of files, and records in computer. LAN Based Application an application which run on internet or intranet. Project Life Cycle (PLC) Describe a way to make a successful project. Configuration status reporting (CSR) an activity that help software Developer to understanding what changes have been made and why. Validation Test to ensure that the software confirms to its requirement. Prototyping Creating a mock up of an application.

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