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A Stock Control System For A Record Shop

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Summary
Project Objectives :
T he main objective of this project is to produce a stock control system for Vision Records; a dance music based record s tore situated in Telford, Shropshire. Cur rently, only a manual paper based s ys tem is in place, with a heavy burden placed on the memory of the manager when it comes to aspects such as  order ing of s tock and knowledge of s tock levels . T his project aims to solve this
problem through the following set of objectives :
· An as ses sment of the cur rent sys tem and bus ines s proces ses
· An as ses sment of the pos s ible project methodologies and tools for implementation of the s ys tem
· Generation of both minimal and non-minimal requirements for the s ys tem
· T o create a new fully tes ted s ys tem based on the requirements gathered which is widely accepted by the user What was achieved?
All of the above objectives were completed and a s ucces s ful sys tem was both implemented and ins talled in Vis ion Records . All minimum requirements were satis fied and s ubs tantially surpas sed. T he s ys tem provides a solution to the problem of manual s tock control at the company. I t takes deliver ies , makes sales , handles cus tomer reques ts , and manages supplier s and employees , as
well as producing a wide range of effective reports and a search facility. T es ting and evaluation have shown the system to be a success and fully accepted by the user .

I . T able of Content s
Chapter 1: I nt roduct ion 1
S ection 1.1 Company Profile 1
S ection 1.2 T he Cur rent S ys tem 1
S ection 1.2.1 S ys tem User s 1
S ection 1.2.2 I nputs , Proces ses , Outputs 2
S ection 1.3 Motives for New S ys tem 3
S ection 1.4 Previous attempts to solve problem 4
Chapter 2: P roject Management 6
S ection 2.1 Methodology 6
S ection 2.1.1 S ys tems Development Life Cycle 6
S ection 2.1.2 Rapid Application Development 6
S ection 2.2 Project S chedule 7
Chapter 3: Analysis 8
S ection 3.1 Requirements Analys is 8
S ection 3.1.1 S pecifics 8
S ection 3.2 User Requirements 8
S ection 3.3 Analys is of Development T ools 9
S ection 3.3.1 Operating S ys tem 10
S ection 3.3.2 T he Databas e Model 10
S ection 3.3.3 T he RDBMS 11
S ection 3.3.4 Networ king Architecture 12
S ection 3.3.5 Application Layer Services 13
S ection 3.4 Evaluating the Project 15
S ection 3.4.1 User Satis faction 15
S ection 3.4.2 S ys tem Requirements 15
S ection 3.4.3 Effectivenes s and Learnability 15
Chapter 4: Des ign 16
S ection 4.1 Entity Relationship Modelling 16
S ection 4.2 I ntegr ity Cons traints 18
S ection 4.3 Normalisation 18
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S ection 4.4 I nter face Des ign 19
S ection 4.4.1 Des ign Cons iderations 20
S ection 4.4.2 Navigation Map 20
S ection 4.5 I nternet Connections 22
Chapter 5: Implementat ion 23
S ection 5.1 T able Implementation 23
S ection 5.2 Form Implementation 24
S ection 5.2.1 Common Proper ties 24
S ection 5.2.2 Menu Forms 25
S ection 5.2.3 S tock Management Forms 25
S ection 5.2.4 Adminis tration Forms 27
S ection 5.2.5 S ales Repor t Forms 29
S ection 5.3 Quer y Implementation 31
S ection 5.4 Repor t Implementation 33
S ection 5.5 Macr o Implementation 33
S ection 5.6 S tar t-up Options 34
S ection 5.7 S ecur ity I s sues 35
S ection 5.8 I nternet Connections 35
S ection 5.9 Phas e 2: Revised Requirements 36
S ection 5.9.1 T able Implementations 37
S ection 5.9.2 Relationships 37
S ection 5.9.3 Form Implementation 37
S ection 5.9.4 Quer y Implementation 38
S ection 5.9.5 Repor t Implementation 38
Chapter 6: T est ing 39
S ection 6.1 Unit T es ting 39
S ection 6.2 Validation T es ting 39
S ection 6.3 I ntegration T es ting 40
S ection 6.4 User Acceptance T es ting 40
S ection 6.5 S ummer y of Results 40
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Chapter 7: Deployment 41
S ection 7.1 S oftwar e I ns tallation 41
S ection 7.2 I ns tallation T es ting 41
Chapter 8: Evaluat ion 42
S ection 8.1 Requirements Satis faction 42
S ection 8.2 User Satis faction 45
S ection 8.3 Effectivenes s and Learnability 45
S ection 8.4 Advantages over cur rent sys tem 46
S ection 8.5 Futur e Improvements to the s ys tem 46
S ection 8.6 Evaluation S ummery 47
B ibliography: 48
Appendix A: P er sonal R ef lect ion 50
Appendix B : Gant t Char t s 52
Appendix C: At t r ibut e P r oper t ies & Relat ionships 54
Appendix D: F or m Screenshot s 57
Appendix E : F inal Navigat ion Hierar chy 64
Appendix F : S ample R epor t s 65
Appendix G: AS P Connect ion S cr eenshot s 70
Appendix H: T es t Plans & Result s 71
Appendix I : L et t er f rom Vis ion R ecords 76
Appendix J: U ser Guide

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