ONLINE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT MARKET TRADING SYSTEM (No of pages: 75)

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Chapter-1         

INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

Chapter-2

OBJECTIVES OF PROJECT

Chapter-3

PROBLEM STATEMENT

Chapter-4

LITERATURE REVIEW

Chapter-5

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Chapter-6

SOFTWRE AND HARDWARE SPECIFICATION

Chapter-7

TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGY

Chapter-8

PROJECT MODULES

Chapter-9

FEASIBILITY STUDY

Chapter-10

SYSTEM DATA FLOW DIAGRAMS

Chapter-11

DATABASE DESIGN

Chapter-12

SCREENSHOT & CODING

Chapter-13

TESTING

Chapter-14

CONCLUSION

Chapter-15

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INTRODUCTION:

Online Trading is aimed at developing a web-based system.  In this system the person can sales online and do many agriculture produce things. The details of all the things are made available to them through the website.  This project detailed study of the various operations performed by the system and their relationships within and outside the system. Analysis is the process of breaking something into its parts so that the whole may be understood. System analysis is concerned with becoming aware of the problem, identifying the relevant and most decisional variables, analyzing and synthesizing the various factors and determining an optimal or at least a satisfactory solution.

 

 

OBJECTIVES:

  1. To develop a project to connecting Farmer to the Customer via website.
  2. To develop a chatting option for Farmer and Customer.
  3. To develop a GPS location stored into system database for location of the farmer.
  4. To develop a review and comment option.

 

Problem statement and literature review:

 

 

PROBLEM STATEMENT:

A problem statement is a concise description of the issues that need to be addressed by a problem solving team and should be presented to them (or created by them) before they try to solve the problem. When bringing together a team to achieve a particular purpose provide them with a problem statement.

  1. Keeping of records of sales and purchase on papers was time consuming and was difficult to store it for long time
  2. Any enquiry regarding a customer’s bill is very slow as the process is done manually and it involves a lot of paper work.
  3. Sometimes a small error in doing entries for the entries of bill and bill particulars that cause to major problems in managing the data.
  4. The calculator (an additional instrument) was required to sum of the amount of items and to calculate the balance amount on paid of amount by customer. It limits the earlier way.
  5. There is no security of the data as any one can view files

 

LITEARTURE REVIEW:

 

As we step forward into the modern era of technology, we may find many engineering related applications very beneficial for improvements into the society. This is the world of technology where people use smart phones for completing their daily tasks like shopping, paying bills, managing work and much more. The idea of this project is to add its features into the lives of the people so that the food which they buy can be bought directly from the farm so that the profit can reach directly to the farmers. Because in India we follow a supply chain of farm product making things too much indirect for the farmers due to which the farmer still reaming poor and the intermediates are gaining profit which ultimately makes them rich. So in order to break that supply chain of indirect sales, we can make use of this application so that the farmer can be connected directly to the customer and the selling can be done accordingly. Since the farmer will be dealing with the customer directly so the prices of the products offered by the farmer to the customer will also be affordable to customer, which will help both the farmer and the customer where the customer can save some money and the farmer will gain extra profit that he deserved.

 

Methodology and references:

 

 

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY:

Waterfall Model

The waterfall model derivers its name due to the cascading effect from one phase to the other as is illustrated in above figure. In this model each phase well define starting and ending point, with identifiable deliveries to the next phase. Note that this model is sometime referred to as the linear sequential  model or the software life cycle model. The water fall diagram is basically divided into following 5 models.

  • Requirement
  • Design
  • Implementation
  • Verification
  • Maintenance

 

DATA COLLECTION

 

SOURCES OF DATA:

                   1        PRIMARY DATA &

                   2       SECONDARY DATA.

 

1 PRIMARY DATA:

 

The primary data would be collected through personnel interviews with experienced development team and other technical head. The required information will be collected in the following technique:

TECHNIQUES:

  • On the basis of observations
  • Questionnaire
  • By discussions with concerned technical team.
  • By personnel interviews with head of organization.

 

  1. SECONDARY DATA:

Secondly data will be acquired through various sources such as other relevant website.

The required information will be collected in the following techniques:

Techniques:

  • Organizational Manuals
  • Records
  • Documents & Statements
  • Internet

 

SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION

The selection of hardware is very important in the existence and proper working of any software. When selecting hardware, the size and requirements are also important.

 

The proposed System is developed on:

Processor            :        INTEL Pentium 4

RAM                    :        512MB

Hard Disk Drive :        40GB

Key Board           :        Standard 101/102 or Digi Sync Family

Monitor               :        Display Panel (1024 X 764)

Display Adapter :        Trident Super VGA

Network Adapter         :        SMC Ethernet Card Elite 16 Ultra

Mouse                  :        Logitech Serial Mouse

 

SOFTWARE DESCRIPTION

Operating System        :        Windows XP

Front- End          :        C#. NET with ASP. NET

Back- End           :        MS SQL SERVER 2005 EXPRESS

 

 

DESIGN TECHNIQUES

There are different design technique will be included:

  • Input Design
  • Output Design
  • Screen Design
  • File Design
  • Database Design
  • Architecture design

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