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ASSETS MANAGEMENT NEXOFFICE (E-desk Management tool)
A Training Report Submitted to Rajasthan Technical University, Kota

in Partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPICATIONS
Submitted by Khushbu Agrawal

Under The Guidance Of Mr. Vijay Gupta

Tech. Lead (Development) NexGEN Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. 101/A2, Vaishali Apartments, Sector-4, Hiran Magri, Udaipur (Rajasthan)

Guided By: Mr. Arvind Dungerwal

International School of Informatics and Management

International School of Informatics and Management Affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University, Kota

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CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the project report entitled Assets Management is done by me is an authentic work carried out for the partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of MCA (Master of Computer Applications) under the guidance of Mr. Arvind Dungarwal. The matter embodied in this project work has not been submitted earlier for award of any degree or diploma to the best of my knowledge and belief. .

Khushbu Agrawal Date: 15-05-2010 Swati V. Chande Principle (Computer Science) International School of Informatics and Management

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Khushbu Agrawal 5 . Vivek Bhardwaj for giving me an opportunity to work in NexGen Consultancy Pvt. Limited as a part of the sixth semester of MCA curriculum. I would also express my thanks to colleagues and people who have helped in successful completion of the project. I am thankful to Mr.Training Report ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The satisfaction that accompanies the successful completion of any task would be incomplete without the mention of people whose ceaseless cooperation made it possible. Arvind Dungerwal for the guidance. I am grateful to my project guide Mr. . whose constant guidance and encouragement crown all efforts with success. inspiration and constructive suggestions that helped us in the preparation and execution of this manuscript.

Training Report PREFACE The project report is submitted for the partial fulfillment of MCA degree from Rajasthan Technical University. Limited. issuing and receipt of item. Kota Undertaken at NexGen Consultancy Pvt. This project has been implemented at NexGen. Assets Management module of the NEXOFFICE which receives data from Accounts Section and HR Section to keep track of Company’s Assets Khushbu Agrawal 6 . This project report documents the Assets Management Module of E-desk Management Tool. Assets Management is a standalone system for recording the purchasing.

. . . . .Training Report TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction & Objectives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Certificates Short brief on the Organization – NexGEN Consultancy Objective of the project System Analysis Identification of the stakeholders Preliminary investigations Feasibility Study Technical Feasibility Operational Feasibility Economical Feasibility System Design Context Level diagram 1st Level Data Flow Diagram 2nd Level Data Flow diagram Major Data source Relationship Diagram Use Case Diagram Structured English Variants Snap shots of application Preview of reports Code development strategy and efficiency Testing Test Plan Test Case Parallel Run Future Scope and Further enhancement of the project Bibliography 7 . . . .

Training Report Organization Profile 8 .

collaborative. Integration and customization of packaged applications. Usability and interaction design expertise. Specialized experience in development for the education. Core competencies include: • • • • • • • • • Design and development of complex. electricity and government sectors. Industrial application development for Automation & SCADA. Established in 1997 the company has vast pool of technocrats. Software architecture design. 9 . management. Software development using Microsoft technologies. Ltd.Training Report Introduction & Objectives  Short brief on the Organization-NexGEN Consultancy Pvt. quality-driven methodology. SQL Server and Oracle database design. project managers and associates to handle variety of projects and related services. Our commitment to quality is reflected in our credential of being an ISO 9001:2000 certified. NCPL is under process of achieving CMMi Level 3 Certification by financial year 2010. Custom Development Methodology (CDM) for application development. distributed. multi-tier systems. With a strong focus on a partnership approach. Ltd. our consultants follow a flexible.  Objective of the project Short brief on the Organization – NexGEN Consultancy Pvt. implementation and administration.

Ltd. Team NexGEN places it’s faith in providing the guidance instead of being guided! This page is the certification copy of NexGEN Consultancy Pvt. system integration and system automation (SCADA) is a strategic focus area of NexGEN Consultancy Private Limited.Training Report Providing IT solutions. We seek challenges that stretch our capabilities. 10 . Our strength lies in the belief that a step in right direction can make all the Difference.

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creation of a technically strong. The company will continually improve quality of services and create awareness among people through regular training & through review of Quality Objectives periodically. which govern Success Commitment of Company. which fully meet customer requirements and excel customer expectations. QUALITY Policy 3.NCPL is under process of achieving CMMi Level 3 Certification by fiscal year 2009 In order to demonstrate this commitment company has adopted ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System for ensuring superior software solutions. product engineering. Technologies. maintenance and SQA. NCPL Methodology 2. 12 . BPM.T services in a dynamic environment where business and technology strategies converge into one objective of delivering “Value” to the business. We achieve this goal by dual strength of our experience and expertise. Ltd. Our goal with every project we undertake is to create the ever-lasting experience that reflects in the value provided through tangible and measurable results. Quality Policy NexGEN Consultancy Pvt. is committed to attain excellence in software development and to meet requirements of customers. responsive and innovative organization. are: 1. 4. Services. offshore outsourcing and web services.Training Report The key areas. NCPL is a total-technology solution provider with capabilities in application development. We excel in providing e-business (CRM. The fundamentals of ISO 9001:2000 enable us with the capability to consistently deliver reliable solutions. and Application Syndication) solutions using top engineering talent and structured development processes. NCPL Methodology Company provides I.

Staffing. and Outsourcing Client-Server Application Design and Development 13 . • • • • • • • e-Commerce Applications Online Backup Service Web Hosting Packages Web Application Development and Design Database Design and Programming Project Management. • • • • • ASP. Few of them are: • • • Microsoft JAVA National Instruments Technology/Solutions: Company has developed revenue-oriented IT Labs and solutions sets.Training Report Technologies NCPL has a best of brains technical resources who are Microsoft Certified Professional under various tools and technicalities Our main strength and expertise is working on Microsoft tools & technologies. this is based on already established money making technologies.NET Applications Share Point Development Win-Forms Based Applications Smart Client Applications SQL Server Applications Multiple Platforms NCPL has huge development and research being executed on various platforms.

24x7 Support Center -While other companies are asleep. Secured and Reliable -NCPL application solution sets are designed to use the latest in IT security technology such as SSL. 14 . Technology adaptability -NCPL is also well equipped to handle projects or business opportunities to be served for any platform Client Centric -Clients have ultimate control of the entire solutions’ process. -NCPL Testing labs conduct rigid security tests on all systems before they can receive an approval rating.Training Report Highlighting the profitable Services -Apical provides Application Solution Sets as a way of giving businesses quick and easy access to their solutions. we are busy creating solutions. Services NCPL has executed several custom solutions for various clients. We undertake implementation of enterprise level solutions starting from strategy to system launch. High Performance -Speed in Development is only surpassed by Speed in Performance.

software development. map publishing. water & telecommunications. system engineering. etc. installation and commissioning and on site training to maintain the solution. 15 . GIS Mapping & Consumer Indexing (Survey) We specialize in providing solutions on varied platforms to numerous industries in the utilities sector like gas. local governments.Training Report Our key areas of focus are: Integrated Solution for Power Distribution Companies (Office Working) • • • • • • • • • • • -Network Mapping -T & D Loss Management -Load Flow Analysis -Energy Auditing -Complain Management System -Spot Billing System -Cash Collection -Inventory Management -Revenue Management -Consumer Resource Management -Office Monitoring System System Integration & Automation (SCADA) We provide total turnkey solution from the stage of requirement analysis. electric.

 ASSETS MANAGEMENT 16 . DT ratings.000 consumers. LT Lines. GPS Consumer indexing work of AVVNL. Network mapping. measurement of 11KV. Consumer opinion etc. Consumer tagging.  TOUR MANAGEMENT.000 consumers of AVVNL . Pratapgarh. LT Lines. On site material inventory. LT Lines. on site material inventory. Survey work includes measurement of 11KV. It includes the features required in any office such as  LEAVE MANAGEMENT. performance.Training Report Accounting Management System (Customized according Industry) Infrastructure planning. water pump efficiency etc. security. Consumer opinion. Network mapping. DT ratings. Operations of NEXOFFICE NEXOFFICE is a comprehensive software suite consisting of integrated modules for various aspects of official activities. Bhilwara city is in progress tagging of around 50. Consumer opinion etc. Network mapping. AVVNL (Rural area). DT ratings. This data is required for 'Detailed Technical Study for Distribution & Efficiency Improvement' of these two feeders.  PAYROLL MANAGEMENT. Done GPS survey work of two 11KV feeders of Ratangarh subdivision. Consumer tagging. on site material inventory. Survey work includes 11KV. Udaipur. administration and maintenance Consumer Indexing Successfully done Survey work of over 80.  HR MANAGEMENT.

Total Items stocked between two dates. To increase speed of result availability by making the information available to the users online Interaction with Other Processes: Assets Management will interact with other modules in the following way as shown below: α) Interaction with Accounts Process: Assets Management will get the receipts of purchase of items for the company and appropriate entries would be made and reports would be generated so that the generated information would be available to administrator or relevant user of system. •         To provide Reports. Total Count of items stocked in particular month. Total No. of items received from particular employee.Training Report Objective of the project • • • To capture data at source thereby eliminating the multiple recording and decrease probability of clerical error. of items issued to particular employee. which will help the HR Department to help in the task of making the documents such as NOC. of items issued in particular month. clearance Receipts etc. Category wise count of items issued. β) Interaction with HR Process: Assets Manager will forward the information regarding the reports of issues on the employees. Total no. Items Stocked At particular date. Total no. Items received on particular date. 17 . to assist Official processes such as.

computerized information system is needed to be designed. To overcome this. all the receipts are made through MS-WORD and MS-Excel manually.Training Report Presently the system is working in partial computerized mode. System Analysis  Identification of the stakeholders  Preliminary investigations 18 . This is not only time consuming but require lots of manual work to accomplish the single task.e. the users can directly create required information and overcome the delay in progress of office activities. All the processes involving in maintaining stock records and documentation are also manual. i. This application will be capable of interacting with the different departments to fetch the relevant Information. Once the application is developed and running then.

The stakeholders were interviewed to find out their information generation and usage habits. an error free recording of items. issued and pending items on employees. iii. III. They also wish to have simplified approach for receiving and submitting assets of company. The stakeholders in the computerization of the assets management system were first identified as follows: i. IV. Need was identified for each Stake holder as follows: i. Administrator. which would conform to all the output 19 .Training Report Identification of need Need Identification was carried out in the following manner: I. ii. Implementation. Documents used for recording (registers) and exchanging information (forms/reports) were studied. Authorized User of system was concerned with controlling the operations of the assets management. Marketing. Authorized User. Employee departments (Development. Employee departments were interested in the timeliness and fast activities. Stores) II. He was interested in seeing the list of received. ii.

3. Employees were interested in reducing the paperwork involved in Obtaining NOC from the organization when leaving the company.Training Report reports being generated. iii. 2. monthly. Preliminary Investigations Preliminary investigations carried out included: 1. Evaluation of alternative solutions 4. and even yearly. In addition. he wishes to monitor the management on the periodical basis. Manager (Accounts). Thus. like daily. The purpose of the preliminary investigation was: 1. Inspection of Reports and registers maintained. reduction in paperwork would be welcome. This will also help in maintaining the unnecessary files and help in redundant free data storage. To determine the scope of the project 20 . To understand the present system/procedure of operations 2. To find out deviations from the basic system if any 3. Interview of Sr. Interview with the authorized User.

An issue number is given to each document from the issue register. available items may be allocated to the employees immediately or later. Deviations of the main procedure could occur in some case. receiving and reporting was found to be as follows: I. Depending on the requirement. Reporting of results: The authorized user in-charge make appropriate entries in the register and report to Administrator who inspects the results for probable errors. allotment. reasons as follows: I. storing. Entries of items purchased by company are first recorded in the master register. maintaining inventory. They may also be received later than the due date. The issue number is copied on to the master register before each item is issued. II. Gather information for the feasibility study The procedure of purchasing. The results are transcribed on to these documents. III. Allotment of items: The items allotted to an employee are recorded on excel sheet with relevant entries and issue no. Separate reporting documents exist for reporting of results to the respective departments. 21 .Training Report 5. is given to employee to whom items are issued. Lost or non-receipt of items: items may be lost in transit from department to employee.

and assets management information system. II. receipt of item. A standalone system for recording the purchasing.Training Report Alternatives considered for the project included variations in the extent of computerization possible for example: I. Feasibility Study  Technical Feasibility  Operational Feasibility  Economical Feasibility 22 . issue. An integrated project including inventory.

Department wise client computers would be required for implementing the system. SQL Server for Windows XP/NT/VISTA/2000 and Microsoft ASP. The Administrator of the assets Manager.99 MHz with 512 MB RAM with Laser printer– General Purpose Other computers with similar configurations. With this work reduced from their duties. Operational Feasibility Assets Manager: Assets Manager is not interested in recording and rerecording of data. they would be happier. for the other entries handled by other departments.Training Report Technical Feasibility Computers of the following configuration are available in Company • • PIV 2. is using the first computer.NET for Application are the software was available for implementing the system. for maintaining the top-level records and other purpose. Second system is used for taking reports on the activities performed department wise. Other departments: 23 . They would thus be willing to support the project.

1000/p. the organization as a whole are expected to support the project Economic Feasibility An approximate cost of the project was worked out as follows: I.000/Rs 55. Cost of development (immaterial) IV.000/- Recurring costs of the project included  Stationery & printer consumables @ Rs. Thus. Cost of implementation (Network Extension) Rs. Cost of Hardware (2 computers) II.m. 1000/-----------------Total Rs.  Computer & Maintenance cost @ Rs 500 p. 24 . 126.Training Report Operations of other departments are expected to improve with increased speed of availability of resources of company.000/Rs 70. Cost of software (O/S + SQL Server DB) III.m.

Operations of other departments are expected to improve with increased speed of availability of results. 2. The correctness of information is expected to increase by eliminating the clerical errors involved in transferring information from one document to another.Training Report Benefits from the project mostly cannot be quantified they include: 1. Development Tools • Hardware • Software 25 . Quantifiable savings from the system include the availability of Departmental heads to concentrate on their activities. The project is thus economically viable.

Training Report Development environment and tools to be used Hardware and software’s used while developing this project are: Operating System : Windows XP Service Pack 2 Software for Front End : Visual Studio 2005 Technologies for Front End : ASP. CSS Technology for Back End : SQL Server 2005 Software used for documentation: Microsoft Word 2003 Minimum Hardware Configuration: Intel Pentium IV Processor 256 MB RAM Intel 845 chipset Colored Monitor Resolution 1024 x 768 26 .NET. AJAX.

was released to MSDN subscribers on 19 November 2005 alongside . Visual Studio 2005 also includes new code analysis tools. The source code for the Visual Studio 2005 IDE will be available under a shared source license to some of Microsoft's partners and ISVs Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2005 on 11 August 2006. LINQ to SQL designer (for defining the type mappings and object encapsulation for SQL Server data).NET Framework 2. but it also supports multi-targeting which lets the developers choose which version of the .[63] It ships with an enhanced set of UI widgets. For visual design.[ For native and managed code interoperability. which is a port of the C++ Standard Template Library (STL) containers and algorithms to managed code.0.0 and by default configures compiled assemblies to run on . 2003 Office system. It also includes a multithreaded build engine (MSBuild) to compile multiple source files (and build the executable file) in a project across multiple threads simultaneously.[58] Visual Studio 2005 is focused on development of Windows Vista.[59] For Visual C++ Visual Studio adds a new version of Microsoft Foundation Classes(MFC 9. 27 . JavaScript Debugging support.0) that adds support for the visual styles and UI controls introduced with Windows Vista.NET Framework 2. Visual Studio 2005 Visual Studio 2005. iterators and algorithms that work on C++/CLI managed objects. support for UAC manifests. a concurrent build system. Orcas Island. a new Windows Presentation Foundation visual designer and a new HTML/CSS editor influenced by Microsoft Expression Web are included. STL/CLR defines STL-like containers. a reference to an island in Puget Sound. Visual Studio 2005 requires . XSLT debugger. Visual Studio 2005 features a XAML based designer (codenamed Cider).0. Visual C++ introduces the STL/CLR. An updated XML Schema designer will ship separately some time after the release of Visual Studio 2005. like Whidbey. and Web applications. J# is not included. including the new Code Metrics tool (only in Team Edition and Team Suite Edition). both for WinForms and WPF. workflow designer. JavaScriptIntellisense support.NET Framework 2.Training Report Introduction of Technologies Used 1. codenamed Orcas. It also includes support for compiling PNG compressed icon resources introduced in Windows Vista. among others. The codename Orcas is.NET Framework the assembly runs on.

in the code window.NET pages are precompiled to bytecode and Just In Time (JIT) compiled when first requested.NET and access features such as strong typing and object-oriented programming. in fact. But concepts like Web Forms. 28 . • Support for compiled languages developer can use VB. Subsequent requests are directed to the fully compiled code. or Server Controls gives ASP. which lists all the threads. and they remind us of ASP. in the Threads window.It is not simply the next-generation of ASP.NET the power to build real Web applications. Advantages of ASP. Because it has evolved from ASP. the currently executing instructions in other threads are also pointed out. ASP. The threads can directly be named and flagged for easier identification from that window itselfIn addition. Some items look very familiar. The Visua Studio debugger supports integrated debugging of the .NET: ASP.NET To make a clean sweep. Web Services.NET you have the ability to completely separate layout and business logic. ASP.Training Report The Visual Studio debugger includes features targeting easier debugging of multi-threaded applications. In debugging mode. which is cached until the source changes.0 BCL. 2. ASP. This makes it much easier for teams of programmers and designers to collaborate efficiently. much more than traditional ASP and can increase productivity significantly. along with indicating the location of the currently executing instruction in the current thread.NET: • Advantages of ASP. hovering over a thread will display the stack trace of that thread in tooltips. It can dynamically download the BCL source code and debug symbols and allow stepping into the BCL source during debugging.NET looks very similar to its predecessor—but only at first sight. it is a completely re-engineered and enhanced technology that offers much. Currently a limited subset of the BCL source is available. This makes it much easier for teams of programmers and designers to collaborate efficiently.NET pages do not suffer the performance penalties associated with interpreted code. with more library support planned for later in the year.NET is the new offering for Web developers from the Microsoft . Using compiled languages also means that ASP.NET Framewor 2. with ASP.

All of them are brought together by the Services Framework. . And you have full IntelliSense support.NET provides a very rich development environment for Web developers. even if the server fails or the connection breaks down • Update files while the server is running! Components of your application can be updated while the server is online and clients are connected. • State management To refer to the problems mentioned before. not only for your code. Architecture of ASP. Some of the key classes help you with input/output. or even debugging. We will go into more detail on some of them in this module. such as debugging services. which sits on top of the common language runtime. These include base classes.Training Report • Use services provided by the . You can also easily copy these to another server. but also for HTML and XML. and state information can be recovered. At the bottom of the Architecture is Common Language Runtime. access to operating system services. ASP. Removed or old files that are still in use are kept in memory until the clients have finished.NET provides solutions for session and application state management. like networking and input/output classes. and classes for use by programming tools.NET Framework The . The common language runtime loads and executes code that targets the runtime. The runtime gives you. data access. This code is therefore called managed code. along with the other files that comprise your application.NET Framework provides class libraries that can be used by your application. NET Framework common language runtime resides on top of the operating system services. You can drag and drop controls and set properties the way you do in Visual Basic 6.NET Architecture is explained form bottom to top in the following discussion. for example. 29 . It can be shared across Web farms.NET Framework provides a rich set of class libraries. The Framework will use the new files as soon as they are copied to the application. a data class library for data access. the ability for cross-language integration. for example. • XML-Based Configuration Files Configuration settings in ASP. State information can. • Graphical Development Environment Visual Studio . be kept in memory or stored in a database.NET are stored in XML files that you can easily read and edit.

NET Framework. for the most part. The CLR and the .NET Frameworks in general.NET.NET can be programmed in any of the .NET comes with built-in Web Forms controls. namely XML. certain rules must be laid and all the languages must follow these rules. however. This is evident from its two major design principles: Disconnected Datasets—In ADO. CLS is the collection of the rules and constraints that every language (that seeks to achieve . Web Services are software solutions delivered via Internet to any device.NET is intended specifically for developing web applications. ADO.Training Report ADO. you are free to create your own user controls. which are responsible for generating the user interface. C#. almost all data manipulation is done outside the context of an open database connection. The 4th layer of the framework consists of the Windows application model and.NET is unification and interoperability between various programming languages. Hence ASP. 30 .NET is Microsoft’s ActiveX Data Object (ADO) model for the .NET-includes Web Forms and Web Services. Effortless Data Exchange with XML—Datasets can converse in the universal data format of the Web. They mirror typical HTML widgets like text boxes or buttons. In order to achieve this. Web Services brings you a model to bind different applications over the Internet. simple. ASP. This model is based on existing infrastructure and applications and is therefore standard-based. The Web application model-in the slide presented as ASP. in parallel. If these controls do not fit your needs. Managed C++ or JScript. the Web application model. ADO. but the device-agnostic design of .NET compatibility) must follow.NET compatible language whether it is VB. In other words we can not have languages running around creating their own extensions and their own fancy new data types. are designed in such a way that code written in one language can not only seamlessly be used by another language. and adaptable.NET. One of the obvious themes of . Today. that means Web browsers on computers.NET will eliminate this limitation.NET.NET is not simply the migration of the popular ADO model to the managed environment but a completely new paradigm for data access and manipulation.

the library provides most of the JavaScript code. These applications are representative of a new generation of highly responsive. to incorporate Ajax functionality into their web applications.Net Applications Ajax Control Toolkit is set of server controls created by Microsoft and community to work with ASP. highly interactive web applications. you must do a lot more JavaScript coding yourself. For example.Net AJAX applications. This toolkit contains number of ASP. you'll see that in some approaches. component developers creating custom components for web applications build Ajax functionality into the design. If you don't find components or widgets that provide the Ajax functionality you need. In other approaches.0 applications. such as using a widget in a JavaScript library. It is available as separate download in asp.Net AJAX extender controls and an array of web controls that can be used to build rich internet applications. That's because Ajax is currently the primary technique for driving the high responsiveness and interactivity of some of the most popular applications on the web such as Google Maps and Flicker. Underlying all of the approaches for adding Ajax functionality to a web page is JavaScript technology. Ajax has different implications for developers working in different roles. when we have a delete button we will add a JavaScript code to alert the user 31 . referred to as Web 2. However. Ajax impacts other roles too. Basically. but you will need to add a little JavaScript code yourself. In this article. that often involve users collaborating online and sharing content. along with widgets. such as using an Ajax-enabled Java Server Faces component. a technology that includes but is not limited to Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. Extenders are server controls that get coupled with an exiting server to provide more client side functionality in AJAX applications. it is a control which emits some JavaScript code to give extended functionality to an existing control. AJAX It's almost impossible today to be involved in web application design or development and not be aware of Ajax. you don't have to rely on any one of these approaches AJAX Control Tool Kit for ASP.Training Report 3. JavaScript technology. the component encapsulates the JavaScript code. so you don't have to do any JavaScript coding.net site. Page authors use these Ajax components. For example. and other techniques. enterprise application developers need to add logic in server-side components to handle Ajax-related requests directed to the server. For example.

<asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server"></asp:TextBox> <cc1:CalendarExtender ID="CalendarExtender1" runat="server" TargetControlID="TextBox1"> </cc1:CalendarExtender> Execute the page. CSS(Cascading Style Sheets) 32 . This can ConfirmButtonExtender control available in the toolkit. Drag a CalenderExtender control. be done by To provide an auto complete feature to a textbox we can use an extender control called AutoCompleteExtender available in the toolkit. Set the textbox ID in the TargetControlID property of CalenderExtender control. Use of Calendar Extender Steps 1. Ex. 4. On clicking inside the textbox the calendar control will displayed where we can select the date. Drag a textbox control.Training Report with confirmation message manually. 3.UI namespace. Additionally.Web. we can also develop our own extender control by inheriting an abstract class called Extender Control System. 2.

to override the one the author has specified. and reduce complexity and repetition in the structural content (such as by allowing for tableless web design). priorities or weights are calculated and assigned to rules. readers can use a different stylesheet. tactile devices. fonts. in print. and layout This separation can improve content accessibility. so that the results are predictable. enable multiple pages to share formatting. While the author of a document typically links that document to a CSS stylesheet.Training Report Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used to describe the presentation (that is. by voice (when read out by a speech-based browser or screen reader) and on Braille-based. including elements such as the colors. perhaps one on their own computer. provide more flexibility and control in the specification of presentation characteristics. such as on-screen. but the language can be applied to any kind of XML document CSS is designed primarily to enable the separation of document content (written in HTML or a similar markup language) from document presentation. 33 . In this so-called cascade. CSS specifies a priority scheme to determine which style rules apply if more than one rule matches against a particular element. the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language Its most common application is to style web pages written in HTML and XHTML. CSS can also allow the same markup page to be presented in different styles for different rendering methods.

Training Report System Design  Context Level diagram  1st Level Data Flow Diagram  Major Data source  Relationship Diagram  Use Case Diagram  Structured English Variants  Snaps of application  Preview of reports  Code development strategy and efficiency 34 .

35 . The data flow diagram is also known as ‘data flow graph’. creating a functional Context Diagram of assets management system The Assets Management System has been designed as a client server system to serve the following purpose as shown by the context diagram below. In fact.e.Training Report System design Data Flow Diagrams Data Flow Diagrams A data flow diagram is a graphical technique that depicts information flow and the transforms that are applied as data move from input to output. i) Assets department should be able to enter the details and view results of item purchased ii) Should be able to view the Item list and be able to issue and receive items. In doing so it satisfies the second operational analysis principle i. data flow diagram may partition into the levels that represent increasing information flow for functional modeling as information on flow modeling. Various symbols are used to depict the data from one level to another level.. The data flow diagram must be used to represent the system or software at any level of abstraction.

after the requisition has been made from the other • department. management system shows the major functionalities and the key users. • Issuing the items. the items then received from employees after their use. Store as a department is significant departments. 36 . • Making entries for the items purchased for the company. Once issued. because the functionality of the store is different and critical. for the items purchased. having the administration rights. Store Manager is the most critical user of this system. his responsibility is to maintain the constant follow of information in the application.Training Report Context Level Diagram Store Manager Login 0 Assets Management System + Maintains Store As Shown above the context level diagram of assets. Store functionality is as mentioned below. with the central database application. he is the sole person to handle and manage the entire application. Apart from managing the application. • Receiving the receipts from accounts department.

issued and received from employees. Therefore the most crucial and important task in this application is handled by the store itself. the status of items is then recorded for evaluation or the damage made to item.e. the application can be further decomposed in to level 1DFD’s as depicted below 37 .  Assets maintaining system.Training Report • • Once received. Store user can also be Administrator that can edit the results. The HR department for giving the NOC to the employees leaving the company uses receipts of issued items. received and even updated by the respective users. i.  Store Users :  Store user can be simple Store user that can enter the items purchased. The database is maintained so that the data can be sent.

 Stock Process Store Manager 1 Stock Process CategoryMaster ItemMaster In Stock Process.Training Report First level Data Flow Diagram Next level is the first level DFD where the assets management system is decomposed into three major processes. the store manager makes the entries of items purchased in Category Master and Item master tables. 38 .

the store manager makes the entries of items issued to the employees in Issue Master with the data fetched from Category master and Item master tables.Training Report  Issue and Receive Process Store Manager 1 1 Receive Issue Process Process EmployeeMaste r CategoryMaste r ItemMaster ReceiveMaster IssueMaster In Issue Process. In Receive Process. the store manager makes the entries of items received from the employees in Receive Master tables. 39 .

Category wise count of items issued. of items issued in particular Total month. Store Manager Total count of items Stocked in particular month. Total no. Total no. no. of items issued to particular employee. month. Total no.Training Report  Handling Reports. no. of items received in particular Total of items received from particular employee. 1 Assets Management Report CategoryMaste r ItemMaster IssueMaster ReceiveMaster 40 . Category wise Count of items stocked at particular date. received on particular Items date. of items stocked between two dates.

then this process can be use to add new category type.Training Report Handling reports Various reports are generated by the application at the various levels of execution. of items received in particular month. reports were designed accordingly. the store can generate reports as          Total count of items Stocked in particular month. of items issued to particular employee. Items received on particular date Handling item information The other prominent part of the first level DFD is “Handling item information” This process is divided into following non-decomposable sub processes 1. Depending upon the requirements of the store and the guidelines provided by the ISO 9001:2000 certification. 41 . Category wise count of items issued. Total no. Then there cannot be multiple categories of same type. Category wise Count of items stocked at particular date Total no. Enter new category type (store Manager task) When the store manager add another category type. Total no. of items issued in particular month. Total no. of items stocked between two dates. of items received from particular employee. For example. If the category type already exists. Total no. This process is further not decomposed in any sub processes. Category Id for the item is generated automatically.

the items can be edited. or deleted. 4. User has to enter the name of the item and the units. Enter new item (store Manager task ) This process can add new item.. Issue Item (store Manager task ) When store manager wishes to issue any item to employee then he have to make entries for that item in issue master.Training Report 2. This process is further not decomposed in any sub processes. When adding the item. Similarly. the item id is automatically generated. 42 . 3.. Receive Item (store Manager task ) When store manager wishes to receive any item from employee then he have to make entries for that item in receive master. This process is further not decomposed in any sub processes. This process is further not decomposed in any sub processes.

43 . 4.Training Report MAJOR DATA SOURCE Major data source used are as follows 1. 5. 2. ITEM CATEGORY ITEM MASTER STOCK MASTER ISSUE MASTER RECEIVE MASTER Structure of ITEM CATEGORY • • Category Id Category Name Structure of ITEM MASTER • • • • CategoryId ItemId Unit ItemName Structure of STOCK MASTER • • • • • • • • • StockId ItemId UnitCost PurchaseDate StockDate CompanyMade Model Remarks ReceiptNo. 3.

Training Report Structure of ISSUE MASTER • • • • • • • IssueNo CategoryId ItemId EmpId IssueDate ItemStatus Quantity Structure of RECEIVE MASTER • • • • • • • • ReceiptNo ItemId CategoryId EmpId ReceiveDate Remarks Condition Quantity 44 .

* 1. 1 1. * ItemStock ItemId StockId ReceiptNo..Training Report Relationship diagram ItemMaster ItemName CategoryId ItemId Unit 1..* CategoryMaster CategoryName CategoryId 0.. 1 0.. * IssueMaster IssueNo CategoryId ItemId EmpId IssueDate ItemStatus Quantity 0. 1 1. 1 RecieveMaster ReceiptNo CategoryId ItemId EmpId ReceiveDate Remarks Condition Quantity 45 .... UnitCost PurchaseDate StockDate CompanyMade Model Remarks 1..

Training Report Assets Management Use Case Diagram Maintain Assets Issue Items View Item Status View Reports ADMINISTRATOR Receive Items ACTIVITY 46 .

for the development of the user interface with the Database. The application is developed to serve the assets management system for a long period so the size and all the constraints for the database should be so created that in near future there are no chances for the modification or even up gradation of the database design. it should be linked with the Front-End application. the connection must be established between the client and the server. This is done by using the ODBC drivers and SQL Server ADO. the design of the database help in various functions and procedure and unnecessary burden is removed. If the SQL Server 2005 for Windows XP is installed on the system then database can be created on that system. Proper care and futuristic approach should be used while the creation of the database. Database should be designed in such a way that while coding.Training Report Database Creation Creation of the database for the application is the most critical task. The server side SQL database is usually managed by the DBA (Database Administrator). 47 .Net objects on the client side (SQL Server 2005). After the creation of the database on the Server. Linking of the database with the Front End Application Once the database is created. so that the client can access the database.

Structured English has much of the rigidity of a computer program but it is still missing a number of important details such as specifications for reading or writing physical files.” Structured English is a form of narrative English written as a series of blocks that uses capitalization and indentation to represent the hierarchical structure of the logic specifications. Structured English contains complete step-by-step statements. counters or error flags. only branching logic. 48 . the processes are configured and numbered according to the process and its constituent processes. For convenience in the reading.Training Report Structured English Structured English “Structured English is the marriage of English language with the syntax of structured programming. which show. Unlike Decision Tables and Decision Trees. Following is the general approach that was used in the creating the processes stated above and depicted in the Data Flow diagrams. or any physical design.

REMARKS GENERATE STOCKID ON CLICK EVENT OF ADD CLUB ENTRY TO ITEM OBJECT IF ROW IS CORRECT THEN SAVE TO DATABASE ELSE DELETE ROW 4. PURCHASEDATE. Enter new item ENTER ITEMNAME GENERATE ITEMID ON CLICK EVENT OF ADD CLUB ENTRY TO ITEM OBJECT ON CLICK EVENT OF NEXT 3.Training Report STRUCTURED ENGLISH CODE OF THE PROESSES 1. MODEL. Issue Item OPEN ISSUE ITEM POPULATE DROPDOWNLIST WITH CATEGORY POPULATE DROPDOWNLIST WITH ITEM ENTER EMPLOYEEID ENTER ISSUEDATE ENTER QUANTITY 49 . RECEIPTNO. UNITCOST. Enter new Item detail ADD NEW ROW ENTER UNIT. COMPANYMADE. Enter new category OPEN ADD ITEM ADD NEW ROW ENTER CATEGORYNAME GENERATE CATEGORYID ON CLICK EVENT OF NEXT CLUB ENTRY TO ITEM OBJECT 2.

View Reports OPEN REPORTS A. TOTAL COUNT OF ITEMS STOCKED IN PARTICULAR MONTH.Training Report POPULATE DROPDOWNLIST WITH STATUS ADD NEW ROW IF ROW IS CORRECT THEN SAVE TO DATABASE ELSE DELETE ROW 5. ITEMS STOCKED AT PARTICULAR DATE SELECT DATE ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM ITEMSTOCK WHERE STOCKDATE = SELECTEDDATE DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT B. Receive Item OPEN RECEIVE ITEM POPULATE DROPDOWNLIST WITH CATEGORY POPULATE DROPDOWNLIST WITH ITEM ENTER EMPLOYEEID ENTER RECEIVEDATE ENTER QUANTITY POPULATE DROPDOWNLIST WITH CONDITION ENTER REMARK ADD NEW ROW IF ROW IS CORRECT THEN SAVE TO DATABASE ELSE DELETE ROW 6. 50 . CATEGORYWISE COUNT OF ITEMS STOCKED AT PARTICULAR DATE. SELECT MONTH ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM ITEMSTOCK WHERE STOCKDATE LIKE SELECTEDMONTH DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT C.

SELECT MONTH ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM ISSUEMASTER WHERE ISSUEDATE LIKE SELECTED DATE DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT H. SELECT EMPID ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM ISSUEMASTER WHERE EMPID = SELECTED EMPID DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT G. LIST OF ITEMS STOCKED ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM ITEMSTOCK DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT F. TOTAL NO OF ITEMS ISSUED TO PARTICULAR EMPLOYEE. CATEGORY 51 . TOTAL NO OF ITEMS STOCKED BETWEEN TWO DATES.Training Report SELECT DATE ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM ITEMSTOCK WHERE STOCKDATE LIKE SELECTED DATE ORDERBY CATEGORY DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT D. SELECT CATEGORY ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT QUERY1 = RETRIEVE CATEGORYID FROM CATEGORYMASTER WHERE CATEGORY= CATEGORYMASTER. CATEGORYWISE COUNT OF ITEMS ISSUED. DATE2 ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM ITEMSTOCK WHERE STOCKDATE IS IN BETWEEN DATE1 TO DATE2 DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT E. SELECT DATE1. TOTAL NO OF ITEMS ISSUED IN PARTICULAR MONTH.

TOTAL NO OF ITEMS RECEIVED IN PARTICULAR MONTH. SELECT MONTH ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM RECEIVEMASTER WHERE RECEIVEDATE LIKE SELECTED MONTH. SELECT DATE ON CLICK EVENT OF VIEW REPORT RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM RECEIVEMASTER WHERE RECEIVEDATE = SELECTED DATE.CATEGORYID COUNT BY CATEGORY DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT I. DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT K. DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT 52 . TOTAL NO OF ITEMS RECEIVED FROM PARTICULAR EMPLOYEE SELECT EMPID RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM RECEIVEMASTER WHERE EMPID= SELECTEDEMPID DISPLAY DATA ON REPORT J. ITEMS RECEIVED ON PARTICULAR DATE.Training Report RETRIEVE ALL ROWS FROM ISSUEMASTER WHERE CATEGORYID= QUERY1 .

53 .Training Report Snap shots of the application while execution When the application starts. through which the user can log in to the system and use the application. the first window that displayed on the screen is as followed The first item on the main screen is the login.

To use the application the user have to login to the application by providing the user name the corresponding password Login Screen Path: Main window  login Once you are login then you can select that which page you want to go next. where user can enter his/her username and the password. Depending on your user type. you have access to the next pages. We first discuss the Authorized User task page. 54 . click on the login button to login to the system. If the username and the password correct then the user can logged in to the application Every user for the application is supposed to have a valid user name and the password. then you can use the operations of the page. If you are logged in as the authorized user. After entering the username and the password.Training Report Introduction to the login page: Login page contain the test boxes to enter the login name and the password. Clicking on the Assets Management task will show the sub task under assets management.

Receive Item 4. Add Item 2. Issue Item 3.Training Report The Authorized User can perform the following tasks under Assets Management: 1. Reports Expanded form of Assets Management Page:55 .

click on the “AddItem”. To add the new item to the system. then you have rights to add the new Items to the system.Training Report Add Item First. When you will click on the “AddItem”. It is the Authorized User’s job to add new item to the store. AddItem 56 . If you are logged in as the Store Manager. we will discuss the AddItem Page. the following screen will be prompted on the screen.

Training Report Main window  (Store Manager Login)  Assets Management  AddItem To add new Item. Add New Category 57 . add new category as pointed in the picture. you can add new item by clicking next button. Once you have entered new category.

• • The next task for the Store Manager is the adding new item types for the existing category type.Training Report • Category Id would be automatically generated. then the following window would be open Add New Item 58 . Category name should be entered in the Category text box. Once you are through with the new category. The new Category is automatically created. Add new item type Main window  (Manager Login)  Assets Management  Add Item Add Category AddItem When the administrator click on the next button on AddCategory tab. and you will not be able to add it either. so you do not have to enter that.

When the manager click on the Next button on AddItem Tab then the item Detail window would be open 59 .Training Report Now the Manager can Add the new item as shown above. Item Id Would be Generated Automatically The next task for the Store Manager is adding the new item details for the existing item type.

60 . the Stock ID and Stock Date would be generated automatically. Main window  (Manager Login)  Assets Management  Add Item Add Category AddItemItem details For adding new item details for the existing item type. just complete the entries of UI as pointed in the picture and click on add button. In case you want to Update or Remove the entry then click on the “Select” Button with particular record then this window would open with particular record selected.Training Report Add Item details Add item detail.

the window would be open as shown below. 61 .Training Report Select Button Then for updating.

Training Report To Update Category 62 .

Training Report To update Item 63 .

Training Report To Update Item details 64 .

Training Report Then after Updating the next window would appear as shown below 65 .

This will let you to delete the item details.Training Report To remove entry the record would be selected as shown below as pointed in the picture. 66 .

Training Report After deleting the entry the page is shown below. When the manager click on the issue item then the following window would be open 67 . Once you are through with the all the item details. merely Save and close the window to save the changes.

After this. After completing the entries. For completing. the UI User has to select one category from category drop down list and one item from item dropdown list. User will fill the Employee Id textbox. the manager would fill the issue Item UI. which tells the current condition of the item. user can issue entries. quantity text box and status of the item. 68 .Training Report Issue Item For issuing item type. and crosscheck the record and perform relevant actions as save.

Training Report For Updating issue record the user has to click the select button as shown below. Select Button After Updating issue record the window looks like as shown below 69 .

Training Report Updated issue Record 70 .

Training Report Now if user wants to delete the particular issue record then he will have to select record as shown below. Select issue Record Click Remove IssueItem Main window  (Manager Login)  Assets Management  Issue Item When the manager click on the receive item then the following window would be open 71 .

Training Report Receive Item Receive Item Main window  (Manager Login)  Assets Management  Receive Item Store Reports Main Window  (Store Manager Login)  Assets Management  Reports 72 .

Items Stocked On Particular date Total Count Of Items Stocked in a Month Category Wise Count of Items Stocked On Particular date Total No. Reports Over here. Of Items Issued to Particular Employee 73 . Of Items stocked Between two dates List of Items Stocked Total No. you have the choice to view these reports.Training Report When you wish to view the Assets reports then click on the “Reports” this will open the following window.

Items Stocked on Particular date:- 74 . Of Items received from Particular Employee Total No. Click on ‘Print’ button to view the printed layout of report Report snapshots as follows: For the first report user has to select date and report will be generated appropriately as shown below. Of Items Issued in Particular Month Category Wise Count of Items issued Total No. Of Items received in Particular Month Items received on Particular Date Click on ‘View Report’ button to view the reports.Training Report Total No.

Of Items Issued in Particular Month 75 .Training Report For the second report user has to select month and report will be generated appropriately as shown below. Total No.

Of Items Issued to Particular Employee 76 .Training Report Total No.

Ltd. Total No. Total No. Total No.30 BapuBazar. 11.12. Category Wise Count of Items issued 9.noida 3 Electronics Calculator 12/4/2009 12/5/2009 FX-999 6781 casio ShantiEnterprises . Category Wise Count of Items Stocked On Particular date 4.Training Report Reports 1. Of Items received from Particular Employee 10. Total No. Of Items stocked Between two dates 5. Items Stocked On Particular date 2. Of Items Issued in Particular Month 8. Category 2 Item Electronics CellPhone Category Wise count of Item Stocked at Date 12/05/2009 PurchaseDate StockDate Model 10/4/2009 12/5/2009 2300 ReceiptNo Company Remark TA890 TATA Nicseals Sector . (NEXOFFICE) Assets Management (ISO 9001:2000 Certified) NO/103 7/07/2009 Stock No. List of Items Stocked 6. Of Items Issued to Particular Employee 7. Of Items received in Particular Month Items received on Particular Date NexGEN Consultancy Pvt.Udaipur 77 . Total Count Of Items Stocked in a Month 3. Total No.

Developments of single form containing add Category task. there would be a single integrated application that is capable to serve all the three departments. the development strategy should be like. issue and receive Items back. 2. Therefore. Store department will contain all the forms that they are supposed to use by them. The code development strategy is thus as follows 1. mean they are authorized to view them. Therefore. Testing  Test Plan  Test Case  Parallel Run 78 .Training Report Development strategy and efficiency This application is supposed to serve the Store department which needs to be interacted with the Accounts and HR department. 3. that all the departments have some common task. which is grouped together in the store task. AddItem task and Item Detail Task embedded in one single Page. User can stock Items.

Quality means the conformance to the specified design requirement.. does it match the specification)?  Have we built the right software (i.e.Training Report TEST PLAN Testing Software testing is any activity aimed at evaluating an attribute or capability of a program or system and determining that it meets its required results.. 79 . • To improve quality . such as environmental conditions. Software testing is basically done: • Confidence Building – Software testing adds to the confidence of development team whether software to be delivered is up to the mark or not. is this what the customer wants)? • For reliability estimation . • For Verification & Validation (V&V)  Have we built the software right (i. limitations as to operating time.e.The probability that the system will satisfactorily perform its intended function under given circumstances.

Integration Testing and Device testing. Requirement Review The requirement will be reviewed by both team and our Mentor. scope of test. tasks to be performed and the test matrix which depicts the schedule of testing. Task is the activity that is performed. Unit Testing 80 . The test strategy identifies multiple test levels. the ETVX {Entry-Task-Validation-Exit} criteria are to be mentioned. The Design document needs to be shared and discussed with the Quality Assurance (QA).Training Report Test Plan The test plan document has to be prepared before the testing phase is started. Based on the individual plans only. For example. Exit tells the completion criteria of that phase. Developer and Quality Assurance is important and critical in this process. Entry means the entry point to that phase. In all test plans. the coding must be complete and then only one can start unit testing. Activities at each level must be planned and it has to be formally documented. Design Verification The design document needs to be developed by our team based on the Software Requirements Specification document. The issues and concerns will be raised and the final requirement document will be created. which are going to be performed for the project. after the validation is done. Validation is the way in which the progress and correctness and compliance are verified for that phase. the exit criterion for unit testing is all unit test cases must pass. for unit testing. the individual test levels are carried out. we have performed Unit Testing. In our project. For example. which clearly lays down the objectives. The involvement of Project Manager.

which may belong to a base/super class.Training Report Unit testing validates that individual units of source code are working properly. Unit test cases will be created and executed by us. So we have to check whether network is working or not. we have to create the ODBC Connection. In object-oriented programming. A unit is the smallest testable part of an application. to be connected with the Database. the smallest unit is a method. 81 . Integration Testing Integration testing is the phase of software testing in which individual software modules are combined and tested as a group. groups them in larger aggregates. abstract class or derived/child class. Developers (we) are responsible to test their respective modules. As we have used client server architecture to access the Database. It follows unit testing and precedes system testing. It is basically done: • • • • To test the software for dependencies within modules To test the interfaces within modules Conformance to the functional specifications Consistent implementation of standards Testing Strategy This section describes the testing method/strategies specific to high-level functionalities. and delivers as its output the integrated system ready for system testing. applies tests defined in an integration test plan to those aggregates. Once the connection is established. This phase deals with white box testing of each discrete unit and function involved in the system. It verifies that all functions of the system are correctly implemented and the code is properly written. Integration testing takes as its input modules that have been unit tested.

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Tools/Software required: Following tools will be required for testing
• Two systems are required, one acting as client and another as server. Database should be installed on the server and the client is connected with the server. Client should be installed with the necessary software, and the application is installed on the client.

Exit Criteria
• • The status of the test cases is updated in the Word file. The bugs are logged in, if found fixed than should be marked verified. In addition, old bugs are re-verified and closed. The system is tested successfully along with the added features.

Test Execution
All the test cases covering the released functionality will be executed.

Staffing and Training Supervisor: Mr. Arvind Dungerwal Trainees: Executives’ and department heads, from concerned departments Defect Management
Test cases shall be written and reviewed in the word sheets covering all the required functionality to be tested.

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Project Name Operating System Test Type Date Last Modified

Assets Management Windows XP SP2 Manual 25/6/2008

Parallel Run
Testing was wound with actual data. The data was entered and reports were taken. It was found that the reports matched with the manual reports.

Implementation strategy was as follows:
I. To implement the database on one machine existing at store II. To implement the software on two machines including: a. The database server – doubled up as a client b. Client machine with Manager Store III. Store staff was allowed to enter the data using the first client. IV. Software for client server networking which was required to be loaded and configured included SQL Server 2005 Database, Listener at the server end. V. Parallel run of the system with the manual system was done until the operators became comfortable with the operations and the reports could be printed for month’s data. VI. Daily backups of the complete system were instituted for safety. SQL Server 2005 provides database administration features for taking backups.

Future Scope and Further enhancement of the project
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The development of the application was design keeping three things in mind

 Modifiability
This application is modifiable, in terms of form designing, report layout and database designing.

 Expandability
More forms and reports can be added to the present application to full the future needs. This is possible design to the fact that the application is designed to meet the future needs, in terms of expandability Presently the application supports, expandability in terms of category, item types

 Adaptability
Application design is based on Microsoft technology because mostly the organization is using the application based on Microsoft technology, so the application is adaptable with any version of Microsoft product A server specifically designed to serve all the major application working in the NexGEN Consultancy. Backup will also be taken from one single server and hence the efforts will be less. These make application able to run smoothly for coming 5-10 years. If needed, then application is scalable in respect with all the factors, and easy to maintain.

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