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By Avinash Kr. Singh - 071870102035 Sweta Rani - 071870101062 Sabana Aktar - 071870101047
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Introduction Data Flow Diagram Entity – Relationship Diagram Sequential Snapshots Conclusion
In British English it is generally known as a shopping basket. the software typically calculates a total for the order. . Upon checkout. as applicable. including shipping and handling (i.e. The software allows online shopping customers to accumulate a list of items for purchase. postage and packing) charges and the associated taxes.Introduction Shopping cart software is software used in e-commerce to assist people making purchases online. analogous to the American English term 'shopping cart'. described metaphorically as "placing items in the shopping cart". almost exclusively shortened on websites to 'basket'.
to manage your store. set up shipping & payment options. the store administrator. etc. this is where you add products. For example.. etc. etc. checkout pages.) A shopping cart normally will include: A database that stores information such as product details.Introduction (contd. A storefront that displays this information to store visitors (eg. process orders.) An administration area that allows you.. order information. customer data. search pages. . product detail pages.
. Special pages where customers can easily find products that are on sale.Introduction (contd.) A customer service area where existing customers can change their account information. view previous orders. etc. description. part number. the better (eg.. price. A search feature that allows customers to quickly locate a specific product. products that belong to the same brand. The more filters are available on the search page. etc. featured products. etc. .) A storefront will include the following features: A store catalog that is easy to browse and that presents product information is a way that is both useful and graphically pleasing.
Introduction (contd. shipped. A module to create and manage products. etc. how many products will be shown on each catalog page) A module to create and manage product categories. and order the way in which they are displayed on the storefront. . A module to manage orders effectively (pending. processed.) An administration will have the following features: A way to easily set general store settings such as the way products should be displayed (eg.).. and assign them to categories. returned..
Data Flow Diagram: Context Diagram(Level-0 DFD) .
Data Flow Diagram: Level – 1 DFD .
Data Flow Diagram: Level – 2 DFD (Fig. 1) .
Data Flow Diagram: Level – 2 DFD (Fig. 2) .
Sequential Snapshot of Web-pages: Home: .
) Registration: ...Sequential Snapshots (contd.
.) Edit Details: ..Sequential Snapshots (contd.
) Customer Details: ...Sequential Snapshots (contd.
.Sequential Snapshots (contd.) Department → Books : ..
) Department → Books → Category → Fiction: ...Sequential Snapshots (contd.
Sequential Snapshots (contd..) Product: ..
) Shopping Cart: ..Sequential Snapshots (contd..
..Sequential Snapshots (contd.) Checkout: .
.) Order Placed: ..Sequential Snapshots (contd.
..Sequential Snapshots (contd.) Login: .
Sequential Snapshots (contd...) Admin Home: .
.) Catalog Admin → Department : ..Sequential Snapshots (contd.
..Sequential Snapshots (contd.) Catalog Admin → Department Music → Category : .
..Sequential Snapshots (contd.) Catalog Admin → Department Music → Category Country Albums: .
Sequential Snapshots (contd...) Shopping Cart Admin: .
.Sequential Snapshots (contd.) Orders Admin: ..
Conclusion • The foremost thing that we should focus on while making a shopping cart is the convenience of the shoppers. • • . We should make sure that the cart simplifies. explains. And always remember that a successful Web site is built around customercentered design. secures and confirms the online ordering process.