Spare Part Transaction Management System PRACTICAL TRAINING REPORT

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and Informix for RDBMS platform, EMC, Veritas for storage solutions. These points constitute the basic framework under which our project had to

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    Submitted in partial fulfillment of

    Bachelor of Engineering,degree

    Of the University of Rajasthan,Jaipur


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    It would be insufficient just to say a ”word of thanks” for all those people who have been so instrumental in the success of this project. However, as a small token of our appreciation we have named here of all those wonderful people , without whom all this would not have been possible.

     At the very outset, we would like to express our deep sense of gratitude to our mentors at the college, Principle _______________who have been so kind to give us the necessary infrastructure. They have also been a constant source of inspiration.

     We are deeply indebted to our project manager at HCL, ___________ for allowing us to gain the benefits of HCL way of life

     It would be unthinkable for us not to say something special for our guide at HCL, ____________ who has continually helped and guided us . It is due to his efforts that our project has gained its present stature and we can never thank him enough for all he has done.



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    2. ABSTRACT 6








     HCL Infosystems Ltd is one of the pioneers in the Indian IT market , with its origins in


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    1976. For over quarter of a century, they have developed and implemented solutions for multiple market segments, across a range of technologies in India. They have been in the

    forefront in introducing new technologies and solutions.

    HCL Infosystems ( HCLI) draws it's strength from 29 years of experience in handling the ever changing IT scenario , strong customer relationships , ability to provide the cutting edge technology at best-value-for-money and on top of it , an excellent service & support infrastructure.

    HCL Infosystems has alliances with global technology leaders like

    Intel, AMD, Toshiba, Ericsson, Microsoft, Nokia and Sun Microsystems, SAP, Scansoft, SCO, EMC, Veritas, Citrix, CISCO, Oracle, Computer

    Associates, RedHat, Infocus, Duplo, Samsung, Novell.

    Today HCL is country's premier information enabling company . It offers one-stop-shop

    convenience to its diverse customers having an

equally diverse set of requirements. Be it a large multi-location enterprise, or a

    small/medium enterprise, or a small office or a home, HCLI has a product range, sales & support capability to service the needs of the customer.

Last 29 years apart from knowledge & experience have also given us continuity in

    relationship with the customers, thereby increasing the customer confidence in us.

    Our strengths can be summarized as:

    - Ability to understand customer's business and offer right technology

    - Long standing relationship with customers

    - Pan India support & service infrastructure

    - Best-vale-for-money offerings

    Technology Leadership

    HCL Infosystems is known to be the harbinger of technology in the country. Right from our inception they have attempted to pioneer the technology introductions in the country


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    either through our R&D or through partnerships with the world technology leaders.

    Using our own R&D we have

    - Created our own UNIX & RDBMS capability (in 80s)

    - developed firewalls for enterprise & personal system security

    - launched our own range of enterprise storage products

    - launched our own range of networking products

    We strive to understand the technology from the view of supporting it post installation as well. This is one of the key ingredients that go into our strategic advantage.

    HCL Infosystems has to its claim several technology pioneering initiatives. Some of them are:

- Country's first DeskTop PC - BusyBee in 1985

    - Country's first branded home PC - Beanstalk in 1995

    - Country's first Pentium 4 based PC at sub 40k price point

    - Country's first Media Center PC

    As a leading information enabler, HCL Infosystems has long standing relationships with world technology leaders such as SUN for enterprise computing solutions, Intel

    and AMD for PCs and PC Servers; Microsoft, Novell and SCO for operating systems and software solutions; Toshiba Corp. for business automation equipment; and Oracle, Sybase and Informix for RDBMS platform, EMC, Veritas for storage

    solutions. The aim is to straddle the entire landscape of information enabling

     technology far more comprehensively, effectively and competitively


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    This software package is about “Spare Part Transaction Management System” which runs on a personal computer. This package gives all the information regarding the transaction of spare parts & other details. It also gives the facility of adding , deleting ,modifying ,inquiry and searching of transactions performed in various ways . This package also provides facility for searching the details of a transaction of spare parts on the basis of code. Also information of an various things like mode of transportation can be entered . Proper customer codes & details are also provided . This software can be very useful to the various organization, departments and big establishments for managing their routine activities of exchange.


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     CHAPTER 3


     Information is what the world pivots on today . For many organization , computer organization systems are now at the heart of daily activities and a major consideration in corporate decision makings .Without computerized assistance organizations will grind to a halt,for the sheer volume of activities would overwhelm workers and manager .The development of information systems have played a dominant role in the evolution of information economy.

     We have selected CPP as a programming language because it has grown to be a tool of choice for most of the programmers when compared to any other programming language and has been strategically placed by Microsoft to be the corner stone of windows programming.

     The main objective of our project is to make reliable and efficient transaction management system ie, a system which is user friendly and at the same time powerful


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    enough.It has the capability to keep the entire information of a transaction and to reproduce it whenever required.

     The project was carried out at HCL INFOSYS Under the guidance of Mr Ranjith.



     Our project “Transaction Management System” is devised basically to keep diminutive details of customer and to retrive them whenever needed.The formalties are indeed complex.

     Keeping in view the requirements of the application , the basic objectives is to devise a system which incorporates the following features:

    Storage of data:

     It should be able to store data , both fixed and variable, at one place in an efficient effective style . This enables the user to access data easily.

Fast data reproduction:

     The process involves frequent data verification ,validation, detection and correlation.Hence brisk and accurate data reproduction is essential

User friendliness:


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     It should not be user dependent.The user interface should be such that the system is as user friendly as possible.Helps should be provided.

Support decision making:

     It should be able to generate reports on various processes and entities. The transaction and master record should be able to assist the management to take relevant decisions

     These points constitute the basic framework under which our project had to developed.



Statement about the Problem: - In today’s fast growing population and competition

    among different bodies, it becomes difficult to manage each activity manually. The same is applicable on institutes also where now a days so many activities are performed and to keep track of each activity manually is difficult as it takes a lot of time and it generated a lot of errors, so the client wanted to computerize this task for getting faster and error free results. So, to overcome this problem automation of the system is required. With this automated system we can very well manage the different activities going on in a system.

     System Study:- The system study is a study of the operations of a set of connected elements and of the inter-connections between these elements. It consists of system analysis and system approach.


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     The system approach shows a set of procedure for solving a particular problem; and system analysis is a management technique, which helps us in designing a new system or improving the existing system.

     System/Subsystem:- This system processes the information, also it processes various activities going while transaction. This information can be readily used for transactions or inventory listing and modify that information if there is any drawback.

     End User :-The end user of this system is going to be receptionist . FEASIBILITY STUDY



    1. IBM or compatible computer with a 486 .

    2. One high density Floppy Disk drive or CD-ROM player.

    3. One Hard-Disk .

    4. A Printer is required for printing transaction details(laser or inkjet preferred)

    5. A mouse.

    6. A CGA Color Monitor.

    7. A Keyboard for data entry.


    1. Windows 98/2000/XP operating system.

    2. Ms Dos Prompt

    3. Microsoft Word or Notepad (as back end).

ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY(Cost Benefit Analysis):-

     The system that can be developed must be profitable for the organization. The primary objective of cost benefit analysis is to find out whether the proposed system is worthwhile to invest in. Financial benefits must be equal to or greater than the costs. If the returns on the investment I good then the project is considered economically worthwhile. Cost benefit analysis should be done before preparing the proposed system. First all the cost associated with the proposed project should be evaluated. Conceptually,


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