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PACKERS AND MOVERS

A MAJOR PROJECT REPORT SUMITTED TO

Rajeev Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal


Towards partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of

Bachelor of Engineering
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COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Under the Guidance of

Prof. Rupali Pathak

Submitted by

Ravi Sharma [0863CS081045]


Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Prestige Institute of Engineering and Science, Indore (M.P.)


MAY 2012

PACKERS AND MOVERS

A MAJOR PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED Towards partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of

Bachelor of Engineering
IN

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Under the Guidance of

Prof. Rupali Pathak


Submitted by

Ravi Sharma [0863CS081045]

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Prestige Institute of Engineering and Science, Indore (M.P.)


MAY 2012

RAJIV GANGHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BOHPAL

College Name Branch Year Semester Title of Project Enrollment No

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PRESTIGE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERNING AND SCIENCE Computer Science and Engineering Fourth Year Eight Semester PACKERS AND MOVERS 0863CS081045, 0863CS081034, 0863CS081015, 0863CS081019 Ravi Sharma, Monika Dave, Avanish Gupta, Chetna Deokar ravisharma.india@hotmail.com, er.monikadave@gmail.com, erakgupta.cs@gmail.com, er.chetnadeokar@gmail.com Prof. Rupali Pathak Head of Department, Computer Science and Engineering

Name of Student : E-mail :

Name of Guide Designation

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Software Used in Project: Net Beans 7.1, Apache Tomcat, Glass Fish

SIGNATURE

Prof. Rupali Pathak PROJECT GUIDE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT Computer Science & Engineering

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CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICTED WORK


This is to certify that Ravi Sharma (0863CS081045) of Fourth year, Computer Science & Engineering year 2011-12 have completed their project work on Packers and Movers and have submitted their project report as partial fulfillment of the requirement of Rajiv Gandhi Proudhyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal for award of the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (C.S.E.) It is a bona fide presentation of work by them under our guidance and supervision.
I am fully responsible for the matter embodied in this report and it has not been submitted elsewhere for the award of any other degree.

SIGNATURE

NAME OF STUDENT

Prof. Rupali Pathak PROJECT GUIDE, HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT Computer Science and Engineering
Date:..

Ravi Sharma (0863CS081045)

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RECOMMENDATION

This is to certify that Ravi Sharma (0863CS081045) of Fourth year, Computer Science & Engineering year 2011-12 have completed their project work on Packers and Movers and have submitted their project report as partial fulfillment of the requirement of Rajiv Gandhi Proudhyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal for award of the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (C.S.E.). It is a bona fide presentation of work by them under our guidance and supervision.

SIGNATURE

SIGNATURE

Dr. Dilip R. Pangavhane DIRECTOR PIES, INDORE

Prof. Rupali Pathak PROJECT GUIDE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT Computer Science & Engineering

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CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that Ravi Sharma (0863CS081045) of Fourth year, Computer Science & Engineering year 2011-12 have completed their project work on Packers and Movers and have submitted their project report as partial fulfillment of the requirement of Rajiv Gandhi Proudhyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal for award of the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (C.S.E.). It is a bona fide presentation of work by them under our guidance and supervision.

Internal Examiner Date:

External Examiner Date:

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I express my sincere gratitude towards Prof. Rupali Pathak, Head of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology and also the Guide of our team for providing us valuable support and necessary help whenever required and also helping us explore new technologies by the help of their technical support. Also I would like to thank Ms. Nidhi Chhajed, Mentor of our team for providing the necessary help. I also like to express My sincere gratitude towards Director Dr. Dilip R. Pangavhane, Prestige institute of Engineering & Science, Chairman Shri. N.N.Jain, Prestige Education Society, and Advisor Sir Prof. H.S.Mehta, for providing us valuable support. I forward my sincere thanks to all Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Computer Science and Engineering Department, PIES, Indore for providing necessary information and kind co-operation. I would like to thank my classmates for their motivation and there valuable suggestions during the project work. A blind of gratitude, pleasure and great satisfaction, is what I feel to convey my ineptness to all who have directly or indirectly contributed to the successful completion of my project work. In addition I would also like to thank to Prof. Jaya Thomas, IIT Indore for there ever ready supporting and providing us valuable information during completion of this project work. Finally, I express my Love and respect towards my Family Members who are my strength in every work I do.

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ABSTRACT

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ABSTRACT
Packers and Movers is a web based application that is designed to be deployed on internet and provide functionality to every type of user. This application is basically a web Portal designed to get interaction between different clients and Packing and Moving Companies. Packers and Movers is an online platform for service seekers and service providers. We have listed excellent packing moving service providers of India, household shifting & relocation services providers, car transportation, office relocation, home, shop, industrial or commercial shifting service providers of India. Our packers and movers directory is having ultimate objective of providing information to its visitors about best packers movers and relocation companies offering its services in India. The reliable and swift packers and movers services providers are the best for any kind of relocation and car transportation services. According to requirement gathered and the technologies used to realize those requirements are best utilized to achieve that functionality. The Packers and Movers Web Portal gives a platform through which clients and different packing and moving companies can communicate and use the services provided by this portal.

Keywords:

household

shifting,

relocation

services

providers,

car

transportation, office relocation, home, shop, industrial or commercial shifting

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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CONTENTS
Chapter Title Page No.
III IV V VI VIII X XIII 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 7 7 7 10 11 12 12 13 14 15 16 16 16 16 17 18 18 19 19 Certificate of Authenticated work Recommendation Certificate Acknowledgement Abstract Table of Content List of Figures 1. Introduction 1.1. Background 1.2. Problem Definition 1.3. Proposed System 1.3.1. Objectives 1.3.2. Purpose 1.3.3. Scope 1.3.4. Applicability 1.4. Achievements 1.5. Organization of Report Literature Review 2.1. System Review 2.2. Technology Used 2.2.1. Java 2.2.2. MYSQL Database 2.2.3. Net Beans Platform 2.2.4. Net Beans IDE 7.1 2.2.5. Apache Tomcat Server 2.2.6. HTML Requirement Gathering 3.1. Information Gathering 3.2. Software Requirements 3.2.1. User Interfaces 3.2.2. Hardware Interfaces 3.2.3. Software Interfaces 3.3. Functional Requirements 3.4. Non Functional Requirements 3.4.1. Software Interfaces 3.4.2. Safety Requirements 3.4.3. Software Quality Attributes

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Detailed Design 4.1. System Analysis 4.2. Conceptual Models 4.2.1. Use Case Diagram 4.2.2. Use Case Description 4.2.3. Class Diagram 4.2.4. Sequence diagram 4.2.5. Collaboration diagram 4.2.6. Activity Diagram 4.2.7. Data Flow Diagram Implementation and Testing 5.1. Implementation Phases 5.1.1. Module Structure 5.1.2. Data Models 5.1.3. Database Design 5.1.4. Entity Relation Diagram 5.2. Test Cases 5.2.1. White Box Testing 5.2.2. Unit Testing 5.2.3. Integration Testing 5.2.4. System Testing 5.2.5. Black Box Testing Output Screens and Coding 6.1. Screen Shorts and Test Report 6.2. Important Coding Conclusions 7.1. Conclusion 7.2. Limitation of the System 7.3. Future scope of the project References Glossary Appendices

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LIST OF FIGURES

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FIGURES
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Diagrams
Use case Diagram Class Diagram Administrator Sequence Diagram Agents Sequence Diagram User Sequence Diagram Collaboration Diagram for Administrator Collaboration Diagram for Agents Collaboration Diagram for Users Activity Diagram for Administrator Activity Diagram for Agents Activity Diagram for User Context Level Data Flow Diagram Level One Data Flow Diagram Level Two Data Flow Diagram for Agents Records Level Two Data Flow Diagram for Feedback Level Two Data Flow Diagram for Quotations Module Structure Data Models Data Storage System Entity Relation Diagram

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CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

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1.1

BACKGROUND
There are lot of web sites are working for the Packers and Movers. These websites provides limit information to the different types of users, and these are limited to few Companies and Agents. A user go to this sites and give his queries and the company will personally contact to him and this all such process do not gives a well communications. So our web portal helps clients to search the best Packing and Moving Company.

1.2

PROBLEM DEFINITION
The main problem that we face during shifting our goods and households is that either to take all the goods or to leave some of it or to sold them out. To handle such kind of problem the role of Packers and movers agencies comes into action. This agency works according to the needs and requirement of the customers and provide them the desirable results. The packers and movers agencies uses best quality packing materials to pack our goods in such a way that all goods remain in safe condition during transit & moving services assure the safe delivery of our goods at our destination. Relocation to new place needs expert packing and moving company to handle all aspects of packing and moving. Moving companies have all latest devices, trucks, containers to provide safe pack and move to the destination. Therefore to handle all the problem of packing the goods and moving them from one place to another the packers and movers agencies are hired. It is seen that there are many agencies are working for this and all of these agencies has their own websites to give their service information and a user has to visit to individual sites, to overcome this problem we have designed a web portal so that all the companies register over it and user get the information on one single site only.

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PROPOSED SYSTEM
Packers and Movers is an online platform for service seekers and service providers where all the companies are available at single site as web portal and they do communicate directly with service seekers. In Packers and Movers we have listed excellent packing moving service providers of India, household shifting and relocation services providers, car transportation, office relocation, home, shop, industrial or commercial shifting service providers of India. Our packers and movers directory is having ultimate objective of providing information to its visitors about best packers movers and relocation companies offering its services in Indian destinations. The reliable and swift packers and movers services providers are the best for any kind of relocation and car transportation services. There are many packers and movers operating in India but all of them are not well established and experienced companies. It becomes difficult for you to choose best and reliable packers and movers in your city when you need to relocate your house, office and other interrelated services our mission is to offer you those packers and movers which provide packing moving services with full responsibility and reliability. The listed companies will provide door to door services within an appropriate time. Their professional management takes care of your every single need. These companies promise to provide trouble free packing and moving services with economical cost. Whenever you need to store your goods you dont have to search for warehousing storage service providers. Now Packers and Movers also provide storage and warehousing storage services providers at reasonable rate with full safety and security. Goods can be store in stock room for short and long duration. The warehouse has an absolute security and climate control system. Relocating your house, offices, industries and corporate can be very simple and hassle free. Since relocation task involves lot of paper works like custom clearance, insurance, visa clearance, etc. Packers & Movers offers you most excellent and top class
relocation service providers. These packers and movers operate with full efficiency and accuracy.

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1.3.1 OBJECTIVES
The main aim of the packers and movers online application is to provide different services such as: Packing and Moving: The Packers and Movers companies listed here uses best quality packing materials to pack your goods in such a way that all goods remain in safe condition during transit & moving services assure the safe delivery of your goods at your destination. Relocation Services: Relocation to new place needs expert packing and moving company to handle all aspects of packing and moving. Moving companies have all latest devices, trucks, containers to provide safe pack and move to the destination. Car Services: The loving car is a major trouble while shifting to another city or far location. Thanks to car movers companies, that they have special car carriers to provide car moving, car shifting services very easy and trouble free. Household Shifting: Household shifting is to be done by the experts who know how to handle various household goods. Great care is needed to make safe shifting & the companies using best packaging materials to provide excellent house shifting services are here.

1.3.2 PURPOSE
The purpose of this Project is to give and interactive platform for clients and different Packing and Moving Companies so that a best and reliable services is provided through this Web Portal. This Portal also giving useful information to users and companies that help them a lot.

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1.3.3 SCOPE
This is a web based application so it is having much scope over the internet. It helps to provide best and reliable services to clients. All the small scale and big scale companies can access it and may spread their organization to worldwide.

1.3.4 APPLICABILITY
Our Project is intended to be used over internet as Packers and Movers Web Portal.

1.4

ACHIEVEMENTS
We understood how to work within a team. We understood how to build enterprise application. We understood how to deal with real life application. We understood how web server and database server interacts and work.

1.5

ORGANIZATION OF REPORT
The project report till gives only the introduction to application and the description that follows gives you detail of what the system is and how system works. The most important part to follow in report is how we have realized our project including technologies and tools used, requirement analysis, how we planned to meet deadlines, software and hardware requirements. Various conception models including class diagram, sequence diagram, use case diagram, activity diagram, ER diagrams and others. Then follows system design that include basic modules, data design, procedural design, user interfaces, security issues and test cases design. Finally report consists of implementing and testing details and at last conclusion, future extension and improvements.

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CHAPTER 2

LITERATURE REVIEW

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2.1 SYSTEM REVIEW Our team has made a review at different levels to get the need and requirement of people. Our team made aim to conduct this review is to understand the need of the project very clearly, to do so we have made a review through several research papers and sites to search the necessary information. From the review we got new ideas and views which helped us to make our plan and strategy for the project. We also surveyed and analyzed the available software of such kind in market and felt that there is good scope of improvisation in this field.

Outcome of the reviewed feature that can be added to software 1. Drawback of existing software 2. Be realistic 3. Consider risk factor 4. Product should be cost effective 5. Product should be user friendly 6. Product must satisfy that time constraint

2.2 TECHNOLOGY USED 2.2.1

JAVA
Java is a programming language originally developed by James Gosling at Sun

Microsystems (which is now a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation) and released in 1995 as a core component of Sun Microsystems' Java platform. The language derives much of its syntax from C and C++ but has a simpler object model and fewer low-level facilities. Java applications are typically compiled to byte code (class file) that can run on any Java Virtual Machine (JVM) regardless of computer architecture. Java is general-purpose, concurrent, class-based, and object-oriented, and is specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It is intended to let application developers "write once, run anywhere". Java is considered by many as one of the most influential programming languages of the 20th century, and is widely used from application software to web applications [1] [2].

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The most important and powerful feature of java as a programming language is that it is platform independent. The term platform independent means that java doesn't need a specific vendor oriented platform to run. It can be run on any of the existing platforms and would produce the same output. Thus, whether I run java on windows, UNIX, Linux or Macintosh, I would get the same desired result. Contrast this with .net which can only be used with windows. So, java is the only option we are left with for developing web based application. This is because internet is a network of millions of computers having different types of hardware and software. So, we definitely need a platform independent, easy to understand language to develop web based applications which can be distributed over any network and yet produce same result. That is why java is used in web applications. In fact, java is so powerful that it is now also being used to develop mobile applications like games [3] [4].

2.2.1.1

JAVA FEATURES

a) Simple: Java was designed to be easy for the professional programmer to learn and use effectively. If one has some programming experience, he will not find Java hard to master. If you already understand the basic concepts of object-oriented programming, learning Java will be even easier. Best of all, if you are an experienced C++ programmer, moving to Java will require very little effort. Because Java inherits the C/C++ syntax and many of the object-oriented features of C++, most programmers have little trouble learning Java. Also, some of the more confusing concepts from C++ are either left out of Java or implemented in a cleaner, more approachable manner. Beyond its similarities with C/C++, Java has another attribute that makes it easy to learn: it makes an effort not to have surprising features. In Java, there are a small number of clearly defined ways to accomplish a given task. b) Object-Oriented: The object model in Java is simple and easy to extend, while simple types, such as integers, are kept as high-performance nonobjects. One outcome of this was a clean, usable, pragmatic approach to objects [5]. c) Robust: The multiplatform environment of the Web places extraordinary demands on a program, because the program must execute reliably in a variety of systems. Thus,

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the ability to create robust programs was given a high priority in the design of Java. To gain reliability, Java restricts you in a few key areas, to force you to find your mistakes early in program development. At the same time, Java frees you from having to worry about many of the most common causes of programming errors. Because Java is a strictly typed language, it checks your code at compile time. However, it also checks your code at run time. d) Multithreaded: Java was designed to meet the real-world requirement of creating interactive, networked programs. To accomplish this, Java supports multithreaded programming, which allows you to write programs that do many things simultaneously. Threads are the light weight processes. The Java run-time system comes with an elegant yet sophisticated solution for multiprocessing synchronization that enables you to construct smoothly running interactive systems. Javas easy-to-use approach to multithreading allows you to think about the specific behavior of your program, not the multitasking subsystem. e) Architecture-Neutral: A central issue for the Java designers was that of code longevity and portability. One of the main problems facing programmers is that no guarantee exists that if you write a program today, it will run tomorroweven on the same machine. Operating system upgrades, processor upgrades, and changes in core system resources can all combine to make a program malfunction. JAVA is base on the goal - write once; run anywhere, anytime, forever. To a great extent, this goal is accomplished. f) Interpreted and High Performance: Java enables the creation of cross-platform programs by compiling into an intermediate representation called Java byte code. This code can be interpreted on any system that provides a Java Virtual Machine. g) Distributed: Java is designed for the distributed environment of the Internet, because it handles TCP/IP protocols. In fact, accessing a resource using a URL is not much different from accessing a file.

h) Dynamic: Java programs carry with them substantial amounts of run-time type information that is used to verify and resolve accesses to objects at run time. This makes it possible to dynamically link code in a safe and expedient manner. This is

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crucial to the robustness of the applet environment, in which small fragments of byte code may be dynamically updated on a running system.

2.2.2 MYSQL DATABASE


MySQL is an open source Relational Database Management System. MySQL is very fast reliable and flexible Database Management System. It provides a very high performance and it is multi threaded and multi user Relational Database management system [6]. MySQL is one of the most popular relational databases Management System on the web. The MySQL Database has become the world's most popular open source Database, because it is free and available on almost all the platforms. The MySQL can run on UNIX, window, and Mac OS. MySQL is used for the internet applications as it provides good speed and is very secure. MySQL was developed to manage large volumes of data at very high speed to overcome the problems of existing solutions. MySQL can be used for verity of applications but it is mostly used for the web applications on the internet [7]. MySQL Features 1. MySQL are very fast and much reliable for any type of application. 2. MySQL is very Lightweight application. 3. MySQL command line tool is very powerful and can be used to run SQL queries against database. 4. MySQL supports indexing and binary objects. 5. It is allow changes to structure of table while server is running. 6. MySQL has a wide user base. 7. It is a very fast thread-based memory allocation system. 8. MySQL Written in C and C++ language. 9. MySQL code is tested with different compilers. 10. MySQL is available as a separate program for use in a client/server network environment.

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11. The MySQL available for the most UNIX operating platform. 12. MySQL are the available for window operating system window 98, window XP, and window 7. 13. Programming libraries for C, , PHP, Java etc. are available to connect to MySQL database [8]. MySQL Advantages: Reliability and Performance: MySQL is very reliable and high performance relational database management system. It can used to store many GB's of data into database. Availability of Source: MySQL source code is available that's why now you can recompile the source code. Cross-Platform support: MySQL supports more than twenty different platform including the major Linux distribution .Mac OS X, UNIX and Microsoft windows. Large pool of Trained and Certified Developers: MySQL is very popular and it is world most popular open source Database. So it is easy to find high quality staff around the world. Powerful Uncomplicated software: The MySQL has most capabilities to handle most corporate database application and used to very easy and fast [9].

2.2.3 NET BEANS PLATEFORM


Net Beans refers to both a platform for the development of applications for the network and an integrated development environment (IDE) developed using the Net Beans Platform [10]. The Net Beans Platform allows applications to be developed from a set of modular software components called modules. Net Beans refers to both a platform framework for Java desktop applications, and an integrated development environment (IDE) for developing. The Net Beans IDE is written in Java and runs

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everywhere where a JVM is installed. The platform offers reusable services common to desktop applications, allowing developers to focus on the logic specific to their application. The Net Beans Platform provides reliable and flexible application architecture. Your application does not have to look anything like an IDE. It can save you years of development time. The Net Beans Platform gives you a time-tested architecture for free. An architecture that encourages sustainable development practices. Because the Net Beans Platform architecture is modular, it's easy to create applications that are robust and extensible [11].

2.2.4

Net Beans IDE 7.1 The Net Beans IDE is a free, open-source Integrated Development Environment

for software developers. The IDE runs on many platforms including Windows, Linux, and the Mac OS. It is easy to install and use straight out of the box. The Net Beans IDE provides developers with all the tools they need to create professional cross-platform desktop, enterprise, web and mobile applications.

2.2.5 APACHE TOMCAT SERVER


Apache Tomcat (or Jakarta Tomcat or simply Tomcat) is an open source servlet container developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Tomcat implements the Java Servlet and the Java Server Pages (JSP) specifications from Sun Microsystems, and provides a pure Java HTTP web server environment for Java code to run. Tomcat is an application server from the Apache Software Foundation that executes Java servlets and renders Web pages that include Java Server Page coding. Described as a "reference implementation" of the Java Servlet and the Java Server Page specifications, Tomcat is the result of an open collaboration of developers and is available from the Apache Web site in both binary and source versions. Tomcat can be used as either a standalone product with its own internal Web server or together with other Web servers, including Apache, Netscape Enterprise Server, Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS), and Microsoft Personal Web Server. Tomcat requires a Java Runtime Enterprise Environment

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that conforms to JRE 1.1 or later. Tomcat is one of several open source collaborations that are collectively known as Jakarta. The Tomcat server is a Java based Web Application container that was created to run Servlets and Java Server Pages (JSP) in Web applications. As part of Apache's open source Jakarta project, it has nearly become the industry accepted standard reference implementation for both the Servlets and JSP API. Tomcat server is an open source project of Java Servlet and JSP technologies developed under the Jakarta project at the Apache Software Foundation. The most popular tomcat server versions are: Tomcat 4.1.31, Tomcat 5.0.29 and Tomcat 6.0.11. Tomcat4 server working with jdk 1.4, while Tomcat5 & Tomcat6 require jdk 1.5 or jdk 1.6 [12] [13].

2.2.6 HTML
HTML, which stands for Hypertext Markup Language, is the

predominant markup language for web. HTML is not a programming language, it is a markup language. A markup language is a set of markup tags. HTML uses markup tags to describe web pages. It provides a means to create structured documents by denoting structural semantics for text such as headings, paragraphs, lists etc as well as for links, quotes, and other items. It allows images and objects to be embedded and can be used to create interactive forms. It is written in the form of HTML elements consisting of "tags" surrounded by angle brackets within the web page content. It can include or can load scripts in languages such as JavaScript which affect the behavior of HTML processors like Web browsers to define the appearance and layout of text and other material [14] [15].

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CHAPTER 3

REQUIREMENT GATHERING

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3.1

INFORMATION GATHERING
Information Gathering refers to the act of understanding the nature of program. In our

project information gathering mainly includes analyzing software development in order to gather information about different fields. It mainly includes:1. About Functionalities 2. About Database 3. About Front-end Design 1) About Functionalities Here we analyze what the essential requirements of our

project i.e. the basic functionalities of a web portal and the different modules of a web portal. 2) About Database In this we analyzed data about different entities considering

their relationships. Database will be designed accordingly. 3) Front-End Design The analysis give us an idea about better interactivity and

help us to make a user friendly interface. It also helps to maintain a proper flow.

By doing meeting with prospective clients we came to know all their requirements and problems hidden in the system. By meeting we have understood all the requirements and functionality that they expect from system. In questionnaires we asked many questions related to the different types of competencies and how the tool will give a positive response from the subordinates. In questionnaires we got the complete scenario of the working and rules & regulations associated with their system.

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3.2 3.2.1

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS USER INTERFACE


The user interface (also known as human computer interface or man-machine

interface (MMI))

is

the

aggregate

of

means

by

which

people

the users

interact with the system.

For the user to use our application easily and efficiently, we will be providing a userfriendly GUI that contains text fields, buttons, etc. The buttons will provide options for the user to select a particular operation. The text boxes and text fields will provide a user interface to specify the option while selecting an action. The user needs to have an internet browser to utilize the web crawler.

3.2.2

HARDWARE INTERFACE
The hardware interfaces defines the hardware devices needed for an application to

run such as type of processor and the amount of memory required. a) Any processor of Pentium, recommended Intel C2D processor. b) Free Secondary memory (Min 1 G.B. recommended free space). c) Min 64MB, Recommended 512 MB of Main Memory.

3.2.3

SOFTWARE INTERFACE

a) Client on Internet: Web Browser, Operating System (any) b) Data Base Server: MY SQL, Operating System (any)

c) Development End: Net beans IDE 7.1, MY SQL, OS (Windows), Web Server.

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3.3

FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENT
Functional requirements define the internal workings of the software that is, the

calculations, technical details, data manipulation and processing and other specific functionality that show how the use cases are to be satisfied. Functional requirements specify particular behaviors of a system. A typical functional requirement will contain a unique name and number, a brief summary, and a rationale. This information is used to help the reader understand why the requirement is needed, and to track the requirement through the development of the system. The core of the requirement is the description of the required behavior, which must be a clear and readable description of the required behavior. This behavior may come from organizational or business rules, or it may be discovered through elicitation sessions with users, stakeholders, and other experts within the organization. Many requirements will be uncovered during the use case development. When this happens, the requirements analyst should create a placeholder requirement with a name and summary, and research the details later, to be filled in when they are better known. Software requirements must be clear, correct, unambiguous, specific, and verifiable The basic functional requirements of the system are as follows: Local Search Engine: The local search engine in this system lists all the packers and Movers companies that are registered in this web portal so that clients are reliably access the services provided by these companies. Agent Registration: Agents such as Packing and Moving companies first have to register on this portal so that they can view all the Quotations placed over this portal. Quotations: Clients has to place the Quotation so that a reliable and suitable Company directly contacts him to give the services they provided. Login system: Through this login system we are providing special services so to access this services a user must have to login the system. Profile Updating: Through this functionality agents can manage their profile so that they can update their profile if required.

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3.4

NONFUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENT
In systems engineering and requirements engineering, non-functional

requirements are requirements, which specify criteria that can be used to judge the operation of a system, rather than specific behaviors. This should be contrasted with functional requirements that specify specific behavior or functions. Typical nonfunctional requirements are reliability, scalability, and cost. Non-functional requirements are often called the utilities of a system. The basic non-functional requirements of the system are: Secure access of confidential data such as agents information. 24 X 7 availability. Better component design to get better performance at peak time. Flexible services based architecture will be highly desirable for future extension. User can see the list of tips that are provided on portal which helps them during moving and packing of goods. User can calculate the distances between the cities. User can calculate the weight and volume of their goods.

3.4.1

SOFTWARE INTERFACE
While deciding the performance of any software, its speed, response time,

throughput, resource utilization & efficiency must be taken into consideration. The Web Crawler software has: Processing speed Response Time Throughput : : : Fast Medium Optimized Medium Very good

Resource consumption : Efficiency :

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3.4.2

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
The database has to be saved from being corrupted. The backup of the database

should be taken automatically after regular intervals of time.

3.4.3

SOFTWARE QUALITY ATTRIBUTES

a) Reliability: The reliability is the mean time to failure; accordingly to have higher reliability the mean time to failure should be very large. This software provides relevant results and these results would be quick.

b) Usability: Usability refers to circumstances or area where the software can be used efficiently. Also the database should be easily and efficiently accessed.

c) Scalability: Scalability refers to the way that whether the web crawler is to scale the maximum of the entire web. It should fetch the maximum number of web documents.

d) Availability: The most recent and updated data from the database must be available to the search engine.

e) Correctness: The user must get the accurate reply to the query he has asked for. The data deliver to the user must correct and up to the mark.

f) Flexibility: With some minor adjustments the Web Crawler system should be suitable for various scenarios. However, it is important to remember that crawling is established within a specific framework.

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g) High Performance: The system needs to be scalable with a minimum of thousand pages/second and extending up to millions of pages for each run on low cost hardware. Note that here; the quality and efficiency of disk access are crucial to maintaining high performance.

h) Fault Tolerance: This may cover various aspects. As the system interacts with several servers at once, specific problems emerge. First, it should at least be able to process invalid HTML code, deal with unexpected Web server behavior and select good communication protocols etc. The goal here is to avoid this type of problem and, by force of circumstance, to be able to ignore such problems completely. Second, crawling processes may take days or weeks, and it is imperative that the system can handle failure, stopped processes or interruptions in network services, keeping data loss to a minimum. Finally, the system should be persistent, which means periodically switching large data structures from memory to the disk (e.g. restart after failure).

i) Maintainability: An appropriate interface is necessary for monitoring the crawling process, including download speed, statistics on the pages and amounts of data stored. In online mode, the administrator may adjust the speed of a given crawler, add or delete processes, stop the system, add or delete system nodes and supply the black list of domains not to be visited, etc.

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CHAPTER 4

DETAILED DESIGN

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4.1

SYSTEM ANALYSIS
The goal of systems analysis is to determine where the problem is in attempt to

fix the system. This step involves breaking down the system in different pieces and drawing diagrams to analyze the situation. Analysts project goals, breaking down functions that need to be created, and attempt to engage users so that definite requirements can be defined.

Design: In systems design functions and operations are described in detail, including screen layouts, business rules, process diagrams and other documentation. The output of this stage will describe the new system as a collection of modules or subsystems.

Coding: Modular and subsystem programming code will be accomplished during this stage. This stage is intermingled with the next in that individual modules will need testing before integration to the main project. Planning in software life cycle involves setting goals, defining targets, establishing schedules, and estimating budgets for an entire software project.

Testing: The code is tested at various levels in software testing. Unit, system and user acceptance testing are often performed. This is a grey area as many different opinions exist as to what the stages of testing are and how much if any iteration occurs. Iteration is not generally part of the waterfall model, but usually some occurs at this stage.

Operations and Maintenance: The deployment of the system includes changes and enhancements before the decommissioning or sunset of the system. Maintaining the system is an important aspect of SDLC. As key personnel change positions in the organization, new changes will be implemented, which will require

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4.2

CONCEPTUAL MODELS

4.2.1 USE CASE DIAGRAMS


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Login

Agent Mgmt.

Quotation Mgmt.

Add Packer Mover Agent Service Mgmt.


Feedback Mgmt.

Administrator

Quotation View Registration

Profile Updating
Use Services

Clients

Give Quotation

Search Packers Movers


Give Feedback

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4.2.2 USE CASE DESCRIPTION

Actor

Action Performed

System Response After successful login it will show the Admin Home Page. For Various Administrator operations. To manages the Agents list such as adding, updating and deleting from list. To view the Quotations and to delete it as it is serviced. To manage the system functionality and services, and also the database management. To view the feedback and delete it if required from database. To access the Web portal services first agents has to register to this site. After successful login it will show the Agent Home Page. For Various Agent operations. To review the Quotation placed by clients. Search Packers and Movers companies registered on this web portal. To see own profile and to do changes if required and update the changes over database. To access various services provided on this web portal. Place the Quotation with its full details so that reliable agents will contact to you directly. Search Packers and Movers companies registered on this web portal. To give feedback.

Administrator Login Agent Management Quotation Management Service Management Feedback Management

Agents

Registration Login Quotation View Search Packers and Movers Profile Updating

Clients

Use Services Quotation Search Packers and Movers Feedback

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4.2.3 CLASS DIAGRAM

Login
# Username: varchar # Password: varchar

Agent/Company
# conn: connection # rs: resultset # stmt: Statement # Name org.: string # Address :varchar # City: varchar # Phone:int # Pin-Code: int # Email: varchar # Services: String #dopost() #doget() + Agent Registration () + View Companies () + Delete Agents () + Update Agents ()

#dopost () # doget () +login ()

Search
# conn: connection # rs: resultset # stmt: Statement # City: varchar # Services: String #dopost() #doget() + View Companies ()

User/Clients
# Name: string # Address :varchar # City: varchar # Phone:int # Email: varchar #dopost() #doget()

Feed Back
# conn: connection # rs: resultset # stmt: Statement # Name: string # Address :varchar # City: varchar # Phone:int # Email: varchar # Experience: String # Comments: String #dopost() #doget() + Add Feedback () + View Feedback () + Delete Feedback ()

Quotation
# conn: connection # rs: resultset # stmt: Statement # Name :string # Address :varchar # Service: varchar #Shift- from: varchar #Shift-to: varchar #Service Date: Date #dopost() #doget() + Add Quotation () + View Quotation () + Delete Quotations ()

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4.2.4 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM


Sequence Diagram for Administrator:

Start

Admin GUI

Quotation Mgmt.

Agent Mgmt.

Feedback Mgmt.

Database

Login Success Quotation Mgmt. Admin

View/Delete

Login Fail

Update Done

Agents Mgmt.

View, Delete, Update

Changes Done

Updated

Feed Back Mgmt.

View/Delete

Done

Exit

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Sequence Diagram for Agent:

Start

Registration

Admin GUI

Quotation

Profile

Database

Register Registration Success Agent Registration Fail Registered Saved to Database

Login Success

Quotation

Search Quotations View

Login Fail

Profile View Do Changes Updated Changes Done Exit

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Sequence Diagram for Clients:

Start

Directory

Quotation

Packers & Movers

Feedback

Database

Go To Directory Clients

Quotation

Give Quotation

Given Quotation Saved

Packers and Movers

Search

View

List after Search

Feed Back

Fill the Form

Saved Feedback Given

Exit

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COLLABRATION DIAGRAM
Collaboration diagram for Administrator:

1: Go to Home

Home Page

Admin

12: Exit 11: Redirect to Home

2: Go to Login

Login
3: Loin Success 4: Login Fail

Admin Home Page

5: To View Quotation

6: To give Profile 7: To search Packers 9: Redirect & Movers

10: Redirect

8: Redirect

Quotation
5.1: Search 5.2: View/Delete Quotations 6.1: Do Changes

Agents

Feedback

6.2: Cancel 6.3: Update 7.1: Search

7.2: View or Delete

Quotation Information

Registered Companies

Feedback Information

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Collaboration diagram for Agent:

1: Go to Home

Home Page

Agent

12: Exit 11: Redirect to Home

2: Go to Login

Login
3: Loin Success 4: Login Fail

Agent Home Page

5: To View Quotation

6: To give Profile 7: To search Packers 9: Redirect & Movers

10: Redirect

8: Redirect

Quotation
5.1: Search 5.2: View Quotations 6.1: Do Changes

Profile

Search Packers & Movers


7.2: View 6.2: Cancel 6.3: Update 7.1: Search

Quotation Information

Profile Information

Registered Companies

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Collaboration diagram Clients:

1: Go to Home

Home Page

Client

10: Exit 9: Redirect to Home

2: Go to Directory

Directory

3: To fill Quotation

4: To give Feedback 5: To search Packers 7: Redirect & Movers

8: redirect

6: Redirect

Quotation
3.1: Quotation Placed 3.2: Cancel 4.1: Feedback Given Quotation Information

Feedback

Search Packers & Movers


5.2: View 4.2: Cancel 5.1: Search

Feedback Information

Registered Companies

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4.2.5 ACTIVITY DIAGRAM


Activity diagram for Administrator:

Login

Login fail

Valid Login Success


Administrator Home Page

Exit

Select

Agent Management

Quotation Management

Feedback Management

Agents Review

Quotation Review

Feedback Review

No Update, Delete Delete

No Delete

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

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Basic flow for Administrator is as follows: 1. Administrator enters his correct Login ID and password to enter in his Administrator Home Page. 2. The condition is checked that weather the Login ID or password is correct or not if it fails then it shows a message and redirect to login page again for entering the correct Login ID and password. 3. If the Login is success then Administrator enters into his Home page for various operations to perform. 4. Then he has to select one of the Modules from list Module. 5. When Agent Management is selected, he can view list of Agents that are registered over this portal. 6. He selects one from them and does the operations such as addition, deletion, and updating the agents and saves it to database. 7. These changes are permanent and can be viewed by others also. 8. When Quotation Management is selected, he can view list of Quotations that are placed by user over this portal. 9. He selects one from them and view and if required delete it from database. 10. When Feedback Management is selected, he can view list of Feedback that are given by user over this portal. 11. He selects one from them and view and if required delete it from database. 12. He also performs required operation according to feedback given from users. 13. At the end Administrator Logout from his Home page.

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Activity diagram for Agent:

Registration

No

Login

Login Fail

Valid Login Success


Agent Home Page

Exit

Select

Profile

Quotation

Registered Companies

Profile Details
No

Quotation Review

Companies Review

Add, Update

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Basic flow for Agents is as follows: 1. Firstly an Agent has to register their company on this web portal by giving all his basic information such as Company Name, Address, city, state, pin code, contact name, phone number, email ID, password, service type, and mobile number. 2. When he successfully registers he has a login ID and password. 3. Agent enters his correct Login ID and password to enter in his Agent Home Page. 4. The condition is checked that weather the Login ID or password is correct or not if it fails then it shows a message and redirect to login page again for entering the correct Login ID and password. 5. If the Login is success then Agent enters into his Home page for various operations to perform. 6. Then he has to select one of the Modules from list Module. 7. When Profile updating is selected, he can view his own information. 8. He does the operations such as addition, and updating the profile and saves it to database. 9. These changes are permanent and can be viewed by others also. 10. When Quotation is selected, he can view list of Quotations that are placed by user over this portal. 11. He selects one from them and views the detailed information about quotation from database. 12. When Registered Companies is selected, he can view list of all Registered Companies. 13. He selects one from them and view details of it from database. 14. He also directly communicates to the users who have placed the quotation to give required services accordingly. 15. At the end Agent Logout from his Home page.

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Activity diagram for Client:

Home Page

Directory

Exit

Select

Search

Quotation

Feedback

View Packers & Movers

Quotation Form
No Fill Quotation

Feedback Form
No Fill Feedback

Agents Review

Yes Exit

Yes

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Basic flow for Clients is as follows: 1. Firstly Clients enters into Home Page of our web portal where he can see all the basic information about the web portal and services that he can access through this website. 2. For the search of the service providers he has to go to the Directory page where he can search the service providers city vice and also view other useful information that are provided through this website. 3. After entering to directory he has to select one of the Modules from list Module. 4. When Search Packers and Movers are selected, he can view list of all the available Packers and Moving Companies. 5. When Quotation is selected, quotations Form is available. 6. He provides the information such as Name, Email ID, Mobile number, Service type, Shift from, Shift to, service date, contact time, and other details by submitting Quotation. 7. When Feedback is selected, Feedback Form is available. 8. He provides the information such as Name, Email ID, Mobile number, Experience, Comments, and other details by submitting Feedback. 9. At the end Client exits from the site.

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4.2.6 DATA FLOW DIAGRAM

Context level Data Flow Diagram:

Administrator

Clients

All Rights

Context Level
Enquiry

Registration

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Level One Data Flow Diagram:

Give

0 Feedback Search Retrieve

Save

Clients

FEEDBACK

Register

1 Search Agents QUOTATION 2 Retrieve Save

Administrator
Give

View

Quotation Retrieve

Agent
Register 3 Agent Registratio Update AGENTS RECORD Save

LOGIN INFORMATION Does 4 Log in Retrieve Save

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Level Two Data Flow Diagram for Agents Record:

Registration

Agent

Registration Form Registered

Profile Review Do

Administrator
Registered Company Information

Log-in GUI

Check

Valid Search

Register

Login Information

Search

Delete/Update Agents Review Search

Clients

Directory

Search Packers & Movers

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Level Two Data Flow Diagram for Feedback:

Fill Feedback

Clients

Feedback Form Feedback Given

Feedback Information

Search Log-in GUI Success Quotation Review

Delete

Check Valid Log-in Information

View/Delete

Administrator

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Level Two Data Flow Diagram for Quotation:

Fill Quotation

Clients

Quotation Form Quotation Placed

Agent
View Quotations

Quotation Information

Search Log-in Form View Quotation Review

Delete

Check Valid Log-in Information

View/Delete

Administrator

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IMPLEMENTATION AND TESTING

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5.1

IMPLEMENTATION PHASES

5.1.1 MODULE STRUCTURE

PACKERS AND MOVERS

HOME

DIRECTORY

LOGIN

REGISTRATION

ABOUT US CLIENTS FAQs Feed Back SERVICES Packing Services Moving services

SEARCH PACKERS & MOVERS FEEDBACK SERVICES City Distances Moving Calculator Box Sizes INFORMATION For Individuals For Moving Companies Conversion Tables Indian Electricity Guide Distance and Height Weight and Temperature Measurement and Volume

ADMINISTRATOR Feedback Management Agent Management Quotation Management Service Management

AGENTS/COMPANIES Registered Company Review

Relocation Services

Office Shifting

Quotation Review Profile Updating New Registration

Unpacking Services Loading Services Unloading Services

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Basic Modules Input and Output System: 1. Registration Module: To access our services an Agent has first have to register to the system by providing all the required information. Input to this module: 1. Company Name 2. Address 3. City 4. State 5. Pin Code 6. Name 7. Phone Number 8. Email ID 9. Password 10. Service type 11. Mobile Number Output of the module: 1. Register entry conformed or failure

2. Login Module: To go to the required home page for various operation login is important. Input to this module: 1. Login ID 2. Password Output of the module: 1. Successful login or Login failure

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3. Search Module: To get the suitable service provider user has to search it. Input to this module: 1. City name Output of the module: 1. Company Name 2. Address 3. City 4. State 5. Pin Code 6. Name 7. Phone Number 8. Email ID 9. Password 10. Service type 11. Mobile Number

4. Quotation Module A client gives the quotation for required service seekers. Input to this module: 1. Name 2. Service type 3. Email ID 4. Mobile Number 5. Shift from

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6. Shift to 7. Service Date 8. Contact Time 9. Details Output of the module: 1. Quotation successfully placed.

5. Feedback Module A Client also may give the feedback. Input to this module: 1. Name 2. Company 3. Address 4. City 5. Pin Code 6. Email Id 7. Phone Number 8. Experience 9. Comments Output of the module: 1. Feedback successfully given

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5.1.2 DATA MODELS

Login Data Model:

Column name Name User_id Password

Data Type Varchar Varchar Varchar

Description Name who Login Required User ID to Log in to System Key for successful Login

Agent Data Model:

Column name Name_org Address City State Pin_code Name Phone Email_ID Password Service_type Mobile_no.

Data Type Varchar Varchar Varchar Varchar Number Varchar Number Varchar Varchar Varchar Number

Description Name of the Organization or Company Address of the Company Location City of the Company State of the Company Pin Code Number of the City Name of the Person to Contact Valid Phone Number for communication Valid Email ID Key for successful login Type Services that the Company Provides Valid Mobile Number for communication

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Quotation Data Model:

Column name Service_type Name Email_ID Mobile_no. Shift_from Shift_to Service_Date Contact_time Reference Details

Data Type Varchar Varchar Varchar Number Varchar Varchar Date Date Varchar Varchar

Description Type Services that the Company Provides Name of the Person to Contact Valid Email ID Valid Mobile Number for communication City from where to Shift City to Shift there The Date on which to shift The time when to meeting is to be done Reference of the person Other Details that are required

Feedback data Model:

Column name Name Company Address City Pin_code Email_ID Phone Experience Comments

Data Type Varchar Varchar Varchar Varchar Number Varchar Number Varchar Varchar

Description Name of the Person to Contact Name of the Organization or Company Address of the Company Location City of the Company Pin Code Number of the City Valid Email ID Valid Phone Number for communication Experience details if there Comments if he wishes

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5.1.3 DATA STORAGE SYSTEM

The Database Design and Disk Storage System:

HARD DISK PACKERS & MOVERS

AGENT SCHEMA Name Address City State Pin Code Phone No. Email-ID Password Service

QUOTATION SCHEMA Name Address Phone No. Email-ID Service Mobile No Shift From Shift to Service Date

FEEDBACK SCHEMA Name Address City Pin Code Phone No. Email-ID Experience Comments

LOGIN SCHEMA Email-ID Password

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5.1.4 ENTITY RELATION DIAGRAM


Entity Relation Diagram:

Name Name City


1

Experience

Phone
N Gives Feedback

Address

Client
N N N

Email_id

Has

Comments

PACKERS & MOVERS


N

G i v e s

S e a r c h

H a s

Name org. Service


N N N

Address Agents/Company
1

Details

Quotation
N

Review 1

City

Shift From Shift to Service Date


1 Does

State Phone Login User-ID E-mail Password


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5.2

TEST CASES

5.2.1 WHITE BOX TESTING


Using the white-box testing techniques, a software engineer can design test case that [16]: Exercise independent paths within a module or unit Exercise logical decisions on both their true and false side Execute loops at their boundaries and within their operational bounds Exercise internal data structures to ensure their validity

5.2.2 UNIT TESTING


Code is written by people, and we make mistakes. Bugs to prevent us from shipping bugs to our users, we test our software to verify that it works as it should. Java developers have learned that not all testing is created equal. In addition to traditional functional testing, many shops are adopting developer testing techniques such as unit testing. These leading craftsmen create specific, automated tests to verify the accuracy and function of code while it's being written - or even before it's written - because they want to catch bugs early. Better still, new tools and processes make unit testing even more attractive to Java developers. Unit Testing in Java is written to show how to write good tests tests that are concise and to the point, expressive, useful, and maintainable. Inspired by Roy Osherove's bestselling The Art of Unit Testing, this focuses on tools and practices specific to the Java world. It introduces you to emerging techniques like behavior-driven development and specification by example, and shows you how to add robust practices into your toolkit. If you're already doing unit testing, you'll learn the current state of the art, along with the insights and experience of expert author Lasse Koskela. If these practices are new to you, you'll get started on the right foot as you learn to write tests that build on more than a decade of community experience [17].

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5.2.3 INTEGRATION TESTING


Once unit tested components are delivered we then integrate them together. These integrated components are tested to weed out errors and bugs caused due to the integration. This is a very important step in the Software Development Life Cycle. It is possible that different programmers developed different components. A lot of bugs emerge during the integration step. In most cases a dedicated testing team focuses on Integration Testing [18].

Prerequisites for Integration Testing:


Before we begin Integration Testing it is important that all the components have been successfully unit tested.

Integration Testing Steps:


Integration Testing typically involves the following Steps: Step 1: Create a Test Plan Step 2: Create Test Cases and Test Data Step 3: If applicable create scripts to run test cases Step 4: Once the components have been integrated execute the test cases Step 5: Fix the bugs if any and re test the code Step 6: Repeat the test cycle until the components have been successfully integrated

5.2.4 SYSTEM TESTING


The prerequisites for System Testing are:
All the components should have been successfully Unit Tested All the components should have been successfully integrated and Integration Testing should be completed An Environment closely resembling the production environment should be created. When necessary, several iterations of System Testing are done in multiple environments.

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Steps needed to do System Testing:


The following steps are important to perform System Testing: Step 1: Create a System Test Plan Step 2: Create Test Cases Step 3: Carefully Build Data used as Input for System Testing Step 3: If applicable create scripts to Build environment and to automate Execution of test cases

Step 4: Execute the test cases Step 5: Fix the bugs if any and re test the code Step 6: Repeat the test cycle as necessary

5.2.5 BLACK BOX TESTING


Black box testing takes an external perspective of the test object to derive test cases. These tests can be functional or non-functional, though usually functional. The test designer selects valid and invalid input and determines the correct output. There is no knowledge of the test object's internal structure. This method of test design is applicable to all levels of software testing: unit, integration, functional testing, system and acceptance. The higher the level, and hence the bigger and more complex the box, the more one is forced to use black box testing to simplify. While this method can uncover unimplemented parts of the specification, one cannot be sure that all existent paths are tested [19].

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CHAPTER 6

OUTPUT SCREENS AND CODING

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6.1

SCREEN SHOTS AND TEST REPORT

Figure 6.1: Home Page This is the Home Page of our Website giving the basic information about our web portal and all the useful links of other related pages are given in this page.

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Figure 6.2: Directory Page This is the Directory Page of our Website where user can search the different Packers and Movers Companies available and also gives the other important services and useful tips for both companies and users.

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Figure 6.3: Fraud Information Page This is the Fraud Information Page of our Website giving the basic information about fraud companies as the goods are precious to clients and awaking the users from frauds.

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Figure 6.4: Quotation Page This is the Quotation Page of our Website by giving the suitable information user placed a quotation and the available service provider may contact accordingly.

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Figure 6.5: Feedback Page This is the Feedback Page of our Website by giving the suitable information user gives his feedback to administrator for the future development.

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Figure 6.6: Distance Calculator Through Distance calculator user can calculate the distance between the Major cities of India.

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Figure 6.7: Moving Calculator

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Figure 6.8: Box Size and Rate

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Figure 6.9: Login Page This Page provides the login facility for the registered Agents and Administrator. If the Agent is a registered user then the login page directs to its Home page. Else shows the message that entered Login ID and password is incorrect incorrect.

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Figure 6.10: Administrator Home Page The Administrator Home pages shows the links of the available modules and actions that an administrator can perform. Under feedback management admin can see the feedback and delete it. In Agent management he can see all the registered agents and can add, delete and update the see agents information if required. In Quotation management admin can see the Quotation and delete it.

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Figure 6.11: Agent management Page Through Agent Management the Administrator see the list of all agents that are logged in this web portal. Administrator choose one out of them by writing e-mail id and the details will be mail displayed and then he use to perform the operation over it and the changes done on database as changes permanent.

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Figure 6.12: Quotation management Page Through Quotation Management the Administrator sees the list of all Quotation that is places over this web portal. Administrator choose one out of them by writing name and the details will be displayed and then he use to perform the operation over it and the changes done on database as permanent.

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Figure 6.13: Agent Home Page The Agent Home pages shows the links of the available modules and actions that an Agent can perform. Under Profile updating Agent can see his profile information and can update his information if required. In Quotation can see the Quotation and contact to the clients. client

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Figure 6.14: Profile Update Through Profile Update the Agent can view its own Profile and make changes over it if required and save the changes as permanent and it is then saved to database and the changes are viewed by others also.

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6.2

IMPORTANT CODING

Coding for agent.jsp page:


<form action="agentdb.jsp"> <%@ page import="java.sql.*"%> <% String city=request.getParameter("txtSearch"); Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); Connection con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/pnm","root","root"); PreparedStatement ps=con.prepareStatement("select nameorg, address,city,phnno,emailid from agent "); ResultSet rs=ps.executeQuery(); %> <table style="width: 100%" border="1" width="7" cellspacing="3" cellpadding="2"><tr> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Name </strong></font> </td> <td style="width: 126px"> <font color="red"><strong>Address</strong></font> </td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>City</strong></font></td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Contact No.</strong></font></td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Email Id</strong></font></td> </tr></table> <% while(rs.next()) { %> <table style="width: 100%" border="1" width="7" cellspacing="3" cellpadding="2"><tr> <% int i=0; %> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(1));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(2));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(3));%></td>

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<td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(4));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(5));%></td> </tr></table> <% } %>

Coding for agent.java:


package pack; import java.sql.*; import java.io.IOException; import java.io.PrintWriter; import javax.servlet.ServletException; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse; public class Feedback extends HttpServlet ( protected void processRequest(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); try { }

finally { out.close(); } } /** * Handles the HTTP <code>POST</code> method. * @param request servlet request * @param response servlet response * @protected void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response)

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throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); Connection con = null; PreparedStatement ps = null; ResultSet rs = null; String name= request.getParameter("name"); String company=request.getParameter("txtCompany"); String address=request.getParameter("txtAddress"); String city=request.getParameter("txtCity"); String pin=request.getParameter("txtPin"); String email=request.getParameter("txtEmail"); String phone=request.getParameter("txtPhone"); String fax=request.getParameter("txtfax"); String experince=request.getParameter("exp"); String comments=request.getParameter("comments"); try{ Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/pnm","root","root"); ps= con.prepareStatement("Insert into feed Values(?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)"); ps.setString(1,name); ps.setString(2,company); ps.setString(3,address); ps.setString(4,city); ps.setString(5,pin); ps.setString(6,email); ps.setString(7,phone); ps.setString(8,fax);

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ps.setString(9,experince); ps.setString(10,comments); ps.executeUpdate(); con.close(); out.print("connection close"); response.sendRedirect("thankufeed.jsp"); } catch (Exception e) { Out.println(Error + e.printStackTrace();) } } @Override public String getServletInfo() { return "Short description"; } }

Coding for Login.jsp:


<script> function validate(){ var userid=document.form.user.value; var password=document.form.pass.value; if(userid==" "){ alert("Enter Username!"); return false; } if(password==" "){ alert("Enter Password!");

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return false; } return true; } </script> <form name="form" action="Login1" > <table> <tr><td>Username:</td><td><input type="text" name="userid"></td></tr> <tr><td>Password:</td><td><input type="password" name="password"></td></tr> <tr><td></td><td><input type="submit" value="Submit"></td></tr> </table> </form>

Coding for Login.java:


package pack; import java.sql.*; import java.io.IOException; import java.io.PrintWriter; import javax.servlet.ServletException; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse; import javax.servlet.http.HttpSession; /** * * @author sony */ public class Login1 extends HttpServlet {

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public Login1() { super(); } /** * Processes requests for both HTTP <code>GET</code> and <code>POST</code> methods. * @param request servlet request * @param response servlet response * @throws ServletException if a servlet-specific error occurs * @throws IOException if an I/O error occurs */ protected void processRequest(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); } // <editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="HttpServlet methods. Click on the + sign on the left to edit the code."> /** * Handles the HTTP <code>GET</code> method. * @param request servlet request * @param response servlet response * @throws ServletException if a servlet-specific error occurs * @throws IOException if an I/O error occurs */ @Override protected void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException {

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processRequest(request, response); } /** * Handles the HTTP <code>POST</code> method. */ protected void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); HttpSession session = request.getSession(true); Connection con = null; PreparedStatement ps = null; ResultSet rs = null; String userid = request.getParameter("userid"); String password=request.getParameter("password"); session.setAttribute("userid", userid); out.print(userid); // out.println("<input type = hidden name = userid value = userid+("userid")+ size = 10 / >"); if (userid==null || password==null) response.sendRedirect("login"); try{ out.print("i m here "); Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/pnm","root","root"); ps= con.prepareStatement("select * from login where userid='"+userid+"' and password='"+password+"'"); rs=ps.executeQuery(); { int count=0;

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while(rs.next()) { count++; } if(count>0) { if (userid.equals("admin") && password.equals("password")) { session.setAttribute("username",userid); response.sendRedirect("admin.jsp"); } else { session.setAttribute("username",userid); response.sendRedirect("agents.jsp"); } } else { response.sendRedirect("login.jsp"); } } con.close(); } catch(Exception e) { } @Override public String getServletInfo() { }

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return "Short description"; } }

Coding for agentupdate.jsp:


<%@ page import="java.sql.*"%> <% Connection con = null; PreparedStatement ps = null; ResultSet rs = null; String name = request.getParameter("Search"); Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/pnm","root","root"); ps=con.prepareStatement("select nameorg, address,city,state,name,phnno,emailid from agent where emailid='"+name+"'"); rs=ps.executeQuery(); %> <% while(rs.next()) { %> <table width="90%" cellpsacing="2" cellpadding="2" border="0" bgcolor="c7e8ff"> <tr> <tr> <td width="23%" height="30" align="right" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span>Company Name</span></td> <td width="2%" height="30" align="center" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><strong>:</strong></td> <td width="75%" height="30" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span style="padding-left:10Px;"> <input name="nameorg" type="text" id="txtnameorg" value="<%out.println(rs.getString(1));%>" />

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<span id="rfvnameorg" style="color:Red;visibility:hidden;">*</span></span></td> </tr> <tr> <td width="23%" height="30" align="right" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span>Address</span></td> <td width="2%" height="30" align="center" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><strong>:</strong></td> <td width="75%" height="30" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span style="padding-left:10Px;"> <input name="add" type="text" id="txtAddress" value="<%out.println(rs.getString(2));%>" /> <span id="rfvAddress" style="color:Red;visibility:hidden;">*</span></span></td> </tr> <tr> <td width="23%" height="30" align="right" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span>city</span></td> <td width="2%" height="30" align="center" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><strong>:</strong></td> <td width="75%" height="30" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span style="padding-left:10Px;"> <input name="city" type="text" id="txtCity" value="<%out.println(rs.getString(3));%>" /> <span id="rfvCity" style="color:Red;visibility:hidden;">*</span></span></td> </tr> <tr> <td width="23%" height="30" align="right" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span>State</span></td> <td width="2%" height="30" align="center" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><strong>:</strong></td> <td width="75%" height="30" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span style="padding-left:10Px;"> <input name="state" type="text" id="txtState" value="<%out.println(rs.getString(4));%>" /> <span id="rfvState" style="color:Red;visibility:hidden;">*</span></span></td> </tr> <tr>

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<td width="23%" height="30" align="right" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span>Contact Person</span></td> <td width="2%" height="30" align="center" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><strong>:</strong></td> <td width="75%" height="30" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span style="padding-left:10Px;"> <input name="namep" type="text" id="txtContperson" value="<%out.println(rs.getString(5));%>" /> <span id="rfvContperson" style="color:Red;visibility:hidden;">*</span></span></td> </tr> <tr> <td width="23%" height="30" align="right" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span>Contact No.</span></td> <td width="2%" height="30" align="center" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><strong>:</strong></td> <td width="75%" height="30" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span style="padding-left:10Px;"> <input name="phnno" type="text" id="txtContno" value="<%out.println(rs.getString(6));%>" /> <span id="rfvContno" style="color:Red;visibility:hidden;">*</span></span></td> </tr> <tr> <td width="23%" height="30" align="right" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span>Email Id</span></td> <td width="2%" height="30" align="center" valign="middle" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><strong>:</strong></td> <td width="75%" height="30" bgcolor="#BFDFEE"><span style="padding-left:10Px;"> <input name="mail" type="text" id="txtMail" value="<%out.println(rs.getString(7));%>" /> <span id="rfvMail" style="color:Red;visibility:hidden;">*</span></span></td> </tr> <% } %> <input type="submit" value="Delete" name="delete" /> </table>

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<td colspan="2" bgcolor="c7e8ff">&nbsp;</td></tr> </tbody></table> </div>

Coding for agentupdate.java:


package pack; import java.sql.*; import java.io.IOException; import java.io.PrintWriter; import javax.servlet.ServletException; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse; public class Update1 extends HttpServlet { protected void processRequest(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); try { } finally { out.close(); } } @Override protected void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { // processRequest(request, response); response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter();

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Connection con = null; PreparedStatement ps = null; ResultSet rs = null; String nameorg = request.getParameter("name"); String address = request.getParameter("add"); String city=request.getParameter("city"); String state=request.getParameter("state"); String pin=request.getParameter("pin"); String name=request.getParameter("namec"); String phnno=request.getParameter("phnno"); String emailid=request.getParameter("mail"); String pass=request.getParameter("pass"); String sertype=request.getParameter("sertype"); try{ Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/pnm","root","root"); out.print("come"); ps= con.prepareStatement("UPDATE agent SET address=?,city=?,state=?,pin=?,name=?,phnno=? ,emailid=?,password=?,servicetype=? where nameorg='"+nameorg+"'"); ps.setString(1,address); out.print("i m here"); ps.setString(2,city); ps.setString(3,state); ps.setString(4,pin); ps.setString(5,name); ps.setString(6,phnno); ps.setString(7,emailid); ps.setString(8,pass);

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ps.setString(9,sertype); ps.executeUpdate(); out.print("no. of row effectet="); con.close(); out.print("connection close"); response.sendRedirect("profileupdation.jsp"); } catch (Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); } } @Override public String getServletInfo() { return "Short description"; } }

Coding for quotation.jsp:


<%@ page import="java.sql.*"%> <% String city=request.getParameter("txtCity"); Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); Connection con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/pnm","root","root"); PreparedStatement ps=con.prepareStatement("select sertype,name,email,mobile,shiftfrom,shiftto,servicedate,contacttime,details from user where shiftfrom='"+city+"'"); ResultSet rs=ps.executeQuery(); %> <table style="width: 100%" border="1" width="7" cellspacing="3" cellpadding="2">

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<tr> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Service</strong></font> </td> <td style="width: 126px"> <font color="red"><strong> Name</strong></font> </td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Mobile</strong></font></td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Email</strong></font></td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Shift From</strong></font></td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Shift To</strong></font></td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Service Date</strong></font></td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>Contact Time</strong></font></td> <td style="width: 126px"><font color="red"><strong>details</strong></font></td> </tr></table> <% while(rs.next()) { %> <table style="width: 100%" border="1" width="7" cellspacing="3" cellpadding="2"><tr> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(1));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(2));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(3));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(4));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(5));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(6));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(7));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(8));%></td> <td style="width: 126px"><%out.println(rs.getString(9));%></td> </tr></table> <% } %>

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Coding for quotation.java:


package pack; import java.sql.*; import java.io.IOException; import java.io.PrintWriter; import javax.servlet.ServletException; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest; import javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse; public class viewquotation extends HttpServlet { protected void processRequest(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); try { } finally { out.close(); } } @Override protected void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/html;charset=UTF-8"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); Connection con = null; PreparedStatement ps = null; ResultSet rs = null; String name = request.getParameter("name");

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out.print(name); try { Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/pnm","root","root"); ps=con.prepareStatement("Delete from user where name='"+name+"'"); ps.executeUpdate(); response.sendRedirect("reviewquotation.jsp"); } catch(Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); } } @Override public String getServletInfo() { return "Short description"; }

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CHAPTER 7

CONCLUSIONS

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7.1

CONCLUSION

According to requirement gathered and the technologies used to realize those requirements are best utilized to achieve that functionality. The Packers and Movers Web Portal gives a platform through which clients and different packing and moving companies can communicate and use the services provided by this portal.

7.2

LIMITATION OF THE SYSTEM

Constraints:
A System has limit users and agents. GUI is only in English. Application and forma is not responsible for entries provided may be wrong. There is no Payment modes is Provided for the Portal.

7.3

FUTURE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT


This application can be further used in developing many new applications such as

Property broker application. We can listed excellent packers movers and property brokers of India. We can also list packers movers and other service providers of india according to the city such as Agra, Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Ambala, Amritsar, Bangalore, Bhatinda, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Bikaner, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Goa, Gurgaon, Gandhi Dham, Guwahati, Gwalior, Hissar, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Jamnagar, Kanpur, Kolkata, Kurukshetra, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Nagpur, Noida, Panipat, Pathankot, Patiala, with their head offices or branches which are considered reliable, trustworthy and efficient in providing packing moving and other services.

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REFERENCES

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(SQL/Foundation). 1999. [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] "A Brief History of NetBeans", Netbeans.org.Retrieved 2008-05-17. "Web & Java EE", Netbeans.org.Retrieved 2008-05-17. "Apache Tomcat 7.0 - Changelog" Retrieved 2012-04-05 "Apache Tomcat Versions", Retrieved 2011-11-12. Conformance: requirements and recommendations. W3.org. Retrieved on 2012-02-16. Tim Berners-Lee, "Information Management: A Proposal." CERN (March 1989, May 1990). Introduction, Code Coverage Analysis, Steve Cornett Binder Robert V. (1999) Testing Object Oriented System: Objects Pattern and Tools.
Beizer, Boris (1990). Software Testing Techniques (Second ed.). New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. pp. 21,430. ISBN 0-442-20672-0 [19]

Bach, James (June 1999). "Risk and Requirements-Based Testing" (PDF). Computer 32 (6): 113114. Retrieved 2008-08-19

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[20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33] http://www.w3schools.com http://www.wikipedia.com http://www.netbeans.org http://www.java.com http://www.packersandmover.com http://www.packersindia.com http://www.agrawalmovers.com http://www.moversindia.com http://www.mapesofindia.com http://www.moversindia.com java.com/en/download/index.jsp docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/ ww.roseindia.net/java/ www.netbeans.org/

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GLOSSARY

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GLOSSARY
JSP Admin MMI C2D IDE SQL HTML SDLC UML GUI H/W S/W CPU DFD UML WBS DVD RAM : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Java Server Page Administrator Man Machine Interface Core to Duo Processor Integrated Development Environment Structured Query Language Hyper Text Markup Language Software Development Life Cycle Unified Modeling Language Graphical User Interface Hardware Software Central Processing Unit Data Flow Diagram Unified Modeling Language Work Breakdown Structure Digital Versatile Disk Random Access Memory

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APPENDICES

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APPENDICES

Appendices include complete DVD with all the applications required for the proper working of the application.

The DVD contains: 1. Software to run the project. 2. Project Source Code 3. Read me document for initial information 4. Prerequisites and environment to run Project properly.

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