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ONLINE BLOOD BANK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Under Consideration of Next Embedded & Software Solution

DISSERTATION SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE ACADEMIC CURRICULUM OF DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING (2012-13) 5TH SEMESTER SUBMITTED BY: Keval D. Shukla (106660316001) Hardik D. Parmar (106660316003) Parth S. Shah (106660316011) Ajay R. Bhatt (106660316034)

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF Internal Guide Mr. Divyesh Joshi ExternalGuide Mr. Utkarsh Bhatt

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CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that Mr Keval D. Shukla (106660316001),Hardik D. Parmar (106660316003) Parth S. Shah (106660316011) Ajay R. Bhatt(106660316034) has completed Part-I IDP Project work. Having title ONLINE BLOOD BANK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. He has undergone the process of shodh yatra, literature sqrvey and problem definition. He is supposed to carry out residue IDP Part-II work on same problem during Semister VI for the final fulfilment of the IDP work which is prerequisite to complete Diploma Engineering.

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ABSTRACT
Online Blood Bank Management System

Online blood bank system website provide management of blood to use the users online. This provide complete information about donating blood online. It will maintain set of availability of blood to the needed user. Registered user who donates blood regularly are maintain on this website. It also contain complete communication with are the online donators when there is need of blood through drooping on email to online donators. We can maintain all records of our donators which can inspire other donators to donate blood online.

Keval D. Shukla (106660316001) Hardik D. Parmar (106660316003) Parth S. Shah (106660316011) Ajay R. Bhatt (106660316034)

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Acknowledgement

We would like to take this opportunity to grant our acknowledgements to

all the

persons who have directly or indirectly been involved with us in making our project feasible and to run it up into a successful piece of work. We acknowledge all those whose guidance and encouragement has made successful in winding up this. We owe a huge debt of thanks to a large number of people without whom none of this would have been possible.

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INDEX
Sr. no. 1 Name INTRODUCTION 1.1 Purpose of the Project 1.2 Scope of the Project SYSTEM REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION 2.1 H/W & S/W Requirements SYSTEM ANALYSIS 3.1 Study of Current System 3.2 Problem of current system 3.3 Requirement of new System 3.4 Feasibility Study PLATFORM DETAIL
4.1) ASP.NET 4.2) SQL SERVER EXPRESS

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DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS 5.1 Data flow diagram 5.2 Use case diagram 5.3 E-R diagram DATA DICTIONARY CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY

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CHAPTER : 1 INTRODUCTION
Key Concepts 1.1 Purpose of the Project 1.2 Scope of the Project

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1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose of the Project: Online Blood Bank is aims serving for human welfare. We have all the information, you will ever need. Many people are here for you, to help you, willing to donate blood for you anytime. We have done all the job, rest is yours. search the blood group you need. You can help us by registering on Online Blood Bank if you are willing to donate your blood when needed. As a proud member of OnlineBloodBank and a responsible human being, you can help someone in need. So donate blood in online.

1.2 Scope of the project: Online Blood Bank is aims serving for human welfare. We have all the information, you will ever need. Many people are here for you, to help you, willing to donate blood for you anytime. We have done all the job, rest is yours. search the blood group you need. You can help us by registering on Online Blood Bank if you are willing to donate your blood when needed. As a proud member of OnlineBloodBank and a responsible human being, you can help someone in need. So donate blood in online

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CHAPTER : 2 SYSTEM REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION

Key Concepts 2.1 HARDWARE & SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

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2.1 HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SYSTEM This phase of the web development process deals with a brief study of different hardware used in the computerized system. There is a list of hardware materials used during the making and also during the use of the proposed system. As the new system to be made into a computerized functional system, requirement of a computer is must. All the hardware needed here are generally the basic configuration of a typical computer. A list of the hardware requirement used in the system given below:

MINIMUM CONFIGURATION: To run the application software of the system in the computer the minimum configuration required is as below: 233 MHz Pentium processor or other compatible. Intel Chipset Motherboard. 512 MB SD-RAM. 2 4 GB Hard-Disk. Monitor. [ 640 x 480 Display ] Keyboard. Mouse. Internet connection

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RECOMMENDED CONFIGURATION:

The system can run on the above mentioned system, however for perfectness and clearness it is recommended to use a computer system having the below listed configuration. The configuration listed below can give best and optimum result at instance during the working of the system. 1 GHz Pentium 4 processor or other compatible. Intel 81x Chipset Motherboard. 1 GB SD-RAM. 10-20 GB Hard-Disk. Color Monitor. [ 800 x 600 Display ] Keyboard. Mouse. Internet connection

(2) SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SYSTEM

Operating System

Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 7.

Software Configuration (Framework .Net 4.0) Front End Back End : : ASP.NET WITH C## SQL SERVER EXPRESS

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CHAPTER 3: SYSTEM ANALYSIS


Key Concepts 3.1 Study of Current System 3.2 Problem & Weakness of Current System 3.3 Requirement of new System 3.4 Feasibility Study

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3.1 Study Of Current System Modules: 1. Admin 2. Donor 1. Admin: This module focuses on the both donors & acceptors. Each member in a donor & acceptor is given a user id and password, which identifies him uniquely. The member is given a login form. he enters the login details user id and password.. The options given to Change Password Maintain donor details Maintain referral once Update donor details View Experiences Logout Whenever a user wants to change his / her password he can select the change password option. The system displays the form, which asks him for his old password and new password. The system then compares the old password with the existing password in the database and if they match then the password is set to the new password in the database. The id for retrieving the details from the database is brought through the session, which is maintained using cookies in the form. This removes the burden on user in typing user id again and also maintains security by not allowing one user to change password of other accidentally.

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2. Donor: Each member in a Donor is given a user id and password, which identifies him uniquely. The member is given a login form. he enters the login details user id and password. .. The options given to a each member in a staff are Change password Find a Blood group. Why donate blood Who needs blood Find A Donor. Refer A Friend. Logout Whenever a user wants to change his / her password he can select the change password option. The system displays the form, which asks him for his old password and new password. The system then compares the old password with the existing password in the database and if they match then the password is set to the new password in the database. The employee id for retrieving the details from the database is brought through the session, which is maintained using cookies in the form. This removes the burden on user in typing user id again and also maintains security by not allowing one user to change password of other accidentally. At the end the user is able to log out from the system using the logout option.

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Technologies:
you can use the .NET Framework to develop the following types of applications and services:

Windows GUI applications (Windows Forms). ASP.NET applications. XML Web services. Windows services.

3.2 PROBLEMS AND WEAKNESSES OF CURRENT SYSTEM


1. Users can remain updated about the Works going on in the Community. 2. Can view and upload videos / photos. 3. Less paper work of registration. 4. User friendly environments.

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REQUIREMENTS OF NEW SYSTEM


The proposed system had its focus mainly on the computerization of the existing manual

system, which will also suffice the expectations and eliminate the problems with the existing manual system. Secured Usage: Admin part can be used by only those employees who are assigned a login and password. No other user can access the system. The system would provide an easy access to the database from anywhere in the country to any register member who wants to see his status, mail / messages and updates.

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3.4 FEASIBILITY STUDY


1. Technical Feasibility After an initial feasibility study, and scanning through some of the resources and study material available on the Internet, I gained confidence that even this part was technically feasible, and will not present any serious obstacles to the realization of the project. 2. Schedule Feasibility The important thing to be considered in making this project is the time duration and the time required for making this project is 3 months. In this time duration, there will be learning of the advanced features of the PHP and basic information about System. All the issues arising during the making of the software would be solved and encountered with the help of the faculties and some external entities.

3. Implementation Feasibility
This software will be developed by using the scripts in the PHP on Windows operating system with reliable MS SQL Server.

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CHAPTER 4: PLATFORM DETAIL


Key Concepts 4.1 ASP.NET WITH C# 4.2 SQL SERVER EXPRESS

Front End ASP.NET WITH C# Back End SQL SERVER EXPRESS

TECHNOLOGY REVIEW Platform : Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2008 Client Operating System: Windows XP / Vista / Window 7 Server Operating System : Windows 2003 Server Enterprise Edition Client Authoring : XHTML, JavaScript, CSS Server Side : ASP.NET 3.5 Technology: Microsoft/Linux Front End: Visual Studio .NET 2008 Back End: Sql Server Express 2008
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REGARDING SQL SERVER : Yet the database connectivity and operation on database took nearly one month to accomplish. SQL SERVER was familiar. But as project was live, changes were made in regular intervals. Stored Procedure were made. As changes were done, stored procedure were required to update. Dataset also took time due to changes in database table. One new functionality called TRIGGER was very useful as it helped us to make Audit Log that keeps track of all changes made in the forms. Overall database was changed so many times that database completion took much time than expected. DEVELOPMENT OF SQL SERVER SQL SERVER EXPRESS can be built and installed manually from source code, but this can be tedious so it is more commonly installed from a binary package unless special customizations are required. On most Linux distributions the package management system can download and install SQL SERVER EXPRESS with minimal effort, though further configuration is often required to adjust security and optimization settings. Though SQL SERVER EXPRESS began as a low-end alternative to more powerful proprietary databases, it has gradually evolved to support higher-scale needs as well. It is still most commonly used in small to medium scale singleserver deployments, either as a component in a LAMP based web application or as a standalone database server. Much of SQL SERVER EXPRESS 's appeal originates in its relative simplicity and ease of use, which is enabled by an ecosystem of open source tools such as ASP.NET. In the medium range, SQL SERVER EXPRESS can be scaled by deploying it on more powerful hardware, such as a multi-processor server with gigabytes of memory. There are however limits to how far performance can scale on a single server, so on larger scales, multi-server SQL SERVER EXPRESS deployments are required to provide improved performance and reliability. A typical high-end configuration can include a powerful master database which handles data write operations and is replicated to multiple slaves that handle all read operations. The master server synchronizes continually with
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its slaves so in the event of failure a slave can be promoted to become the new master, minimizing downtime. Further improvements in performance can be achieved by caching the results from database queries in memory using memcached, or breaking down a database into smaller chunks called shards which can be spread across a number of distributed server clusters. Limitations OF SQL SERVER SQL SERVER EXPRESS does not currently comply with the SQL standard for some of the implemented functionality, including issues like silent ignore of standard SQL syntax. Triggers are currently limited to one per action / timing, i.e. maximum one after insert and one before insert on the same table. There are no triggers on views. REGARDING ASP.NET: We had planned to learn the language ASP.NET thoroughly in the first 2 months of the semester. But it is not possible because learning and then implementing takes much time. Project needs to be completed in time. So we simultaneously learnt along with its practical use. But as the language is new and only some people have practical knowledge of it, we learnt it myself and practically used also. Hence it took two months learning and simultaneously implementing to perfection. We got knowledge of new tools deeper as used with newer functionalities like REPORT.

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\ Advantage of ASP.NET ASP.NET pages easy to write and maintain because the source code and HTML are together and the source code is executed on the server. The pages have lots of power and flexibility by this approach. This source code is compiled at the first time when the page is requested. Execution is fast as the web server compiles the page the first time is requested. The HTML produced by the ASP.NET page is sent back to the browser. The application source code you write is not sent and is not easily stolen. ASP.NET validates information (validation control) entered by the user without writing a single line code. ASP.NET application run faster and counters large volumes of users without performance problems. ASP.NET features ASP.NET is not just a simple upgrade or the latest version of ASP,ASP.NET combines unprecedented developer productivity with performance, reliability. ASP.NET redesigns the whole process. It is still easy to grasp for new comers but it provide many new ways of managing projects. Below are the features of ASP.NET. Below are the features of ASP.NET: Flexible language option Easy programming model Rich class framework
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What is VB.NET ? Visual Basic 2005 is the name used to refer to the Visual Basic .NET, Microsoft having decided to drop the .NET portion of the title. For this release, Microsoft added many features, including: Edit and Continue Design-time expression evaluation. The My pseudo-namespace (overview, details), which provides: easy access to certain areas of the .NET Framework that otherwise require significant code to access dynamically-generated classes (notably My. Forms) Improvements to the VB-to-VB.NET converter The Using keyword, simplifying the use of objects that require the Dispose pattern to free resources Just My Code, which when debugging hides (steps over) boilerplate code written by the Visual Studio .NET IDE and system library code Data Source binding, easing database client/server development The above functions are intended to reinforce Visual Basic .NET's focus as a rapid application development platform and further differentiate it from C#.

Visual Basic 2005 introduced features meant to fill in the gaps between itself and other "more powerful" .NET languages, adding:

.NET 2.0 languages features such as: generics Partial classes, a method of defining some parts of a class in one file and then adding more definitions later; particularly useful for integrating user code with auto-generated code Null able Types Support for unsigned integer data types commonly used in other languages

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1.1.1.1'IsNot' Operator Patent Application One other feature of Visual Basic 2005 is the IsNot operator that makes 'If X IsNot Y' equivalent to 'If Not X Is Y'then equal to XYZ, which gained notoriety when it was found to be the subject of a Microsoft patent application. 1.1.1 Visual Basic 2008 (VB 9.0) Visual Basic 9.0 was released together with the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 on 19 November 2007. For this release, Microsoft added many features, including:

A true conditional operator, "If(condition as Boolean, true part, false part)", to replace the "IIf" function. Anonymous types Support for LINQ Lambda expressions XML Literal Type Inference Extension methods

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CHAPTER: 5 DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS

Key Concepts 5.1 DATA FLOW DIAGRAM 5.2 USECASE DIAGRAM 5.3 E-R DIAGRAM

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5.1. Data Flow Diagrams: Data flows are data structures in motion, while data stores are data structures. Data flows are paths or pipe lines, along which data structures travel, where as the data stores are place where data structures are kept until needed. Data flows are data structures in motion, while data stores are data structures at rest. Hence it is possible that the data flow and the data store would be made up of the same data structure. The following are some DFD symbols used in the project External entities

Process: A transaction of information that resides within the bounds of the system to be module.

DATAFLOWS

DATASTORE:A repository of data that is to be stored for use by one or more processes, may be as simple as buffer of queue or as a relational database.

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donor Information

FIRST LEVEL DTAFLOW DIAGRAM

1.1

Donor New Registrations donors Details

Donor Module

Donor Employee Status Matian Client Details

1.2

Admin information Module

Donor blood information

DFD For Admin

Admin Master

Admin Master

Admin Master

Insert Admin Verify Data 3.1

Check for Donor Verify Data 3.1

Check for User Account

Verify Data 3.1

1.2.1.1.1

I n s e r t

Check for Scheme s

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1.2.1.2

Admin Master

Donor Master Page User Master

DFD For User Account


Check for the Insert Donor Verify Data Donor Profile 2.1 Verify Data

2.2

Check for the Donor Account Details Insert Verify Data

2.3

Donor Master

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Unified Modeling Language Diagrams (UML): The unified modeling language allows the software engineer to express an analysis model using the modeling notation that is governed by a set of syntactic semantic and pragmatic rules. A UML system is represented using five different views that describe the system from distinctly different perspective. Each view is defined by a set of diagram, which is as follows. User Model View i. ii. This view represents the system from the users perspective. The analysis representation describes a usage scenario from the end-users perspective. Structural model view In this model the data and functionality are arrived from inside the system. This model view models the static structures. Behavioral Model View It represents the dynamic of behavioral as parts of the system, depicting the interactions of collection between various structural elements described in the user model and structural model view. Implementation Model View

In this the structural and behavioral as parts of the system are represented as they are to be built.

Environmental Model View : In this the structural and behavioral aspects of the environment in which the system is to be implemented are represented.
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UML is specifically constructed through two different domains they are

UML Analysis modeling, which focuses on the user model and structural model views of the system?

Use-Case Model Survey: Admin: The Administrator is the user of the system. He is the responsible person to require the new Donors and status, Matins the Add new Tasks Details.

Login

Admin
New Donor Registrations

Donor Information

Referral once Details

Experiances

Logout

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Donor: This module focuses on the basic Donor. Each Donor is given a user id and password, which identifies him uniquely. The Donor is given a login form where in he enters the login details user id and password. As he is a registered into the system shows his form with his/her select options

Unified Modeling Language Diagrams (UML): The unified modeling language allows the software engineer to express an analysis model using the modeling notation that is governed by a set of syntactic semantic and pragmatic rules. A UML system is represented using five different views that describe the system from distinctly different perspective. Each view is defined by a set of diagram, which is as follows.

User Model View i. ii. This view represents the system from the users perspective. The analysis representation describes a usage scenario from the end-users perspective.

Structural model view In this model the data and functionality are arrived from inside the system. This model view models the static structures.

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Behavioral Model View It represents the dynamic of behavioral as parts of the system, depicting the interactions of collection between various structural elements described in the user model and structural model view.

Implementation Model View

In this the structural and behavioral as parts of the system are represented as they are to be built.

Environmental Model View In this the structural and behavioral aspects of the environment in which the system is to be implemented are represented. UML is specifically constructed through two different domains they are

UML Analysis modeling, which focuses on the user model and structural model views of the system?

UML design modeling, which focuses on the behavioral modeling, implementation modeling and environmental model vie

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Use-Case Model Survey: Admin

The Administrator is the user of the system. He is the responsible person to require the new Donors and status, Matins the Add new Tasks Details.

Login

Admin
New Donor Registrations

Donor Information

Referral once Details

Experiances

Logout

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Donor: This module focuses on the basic Donor. Each Donor is given a user id and password, which identifies him uniquely. The Donor is given a login form where in he enters the login details user id and password. As he is a registered into the system shows his form with his/her select options

Login

Donor

Get the Information about why donate blood

Find a donor

Refer a friend

Change Password

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5.2 USECASE DIAGRAM

1) Sequence Diagrams Administrator Login Sequence

Login screen Enter log name

Administrator login master

Administrator login master

Admin Master

Validate Log name ()

Validate Password () Check for required privileges () Authenticate The id

Donor Registrations and Add New Task Details .

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5.3 ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP Diagrams E-R (Entity-Relationship) Diagram is used to represents the relationship between entities in the table. 1.2 SYMBOL The symbols used in E-R diagrams are: PURPOSE

Represents Entity sets.

Represent attributes.

Represent Relationship Sets.

Line represents flow Structured analysis is a set of tools and techniques that the analyst. To develop a new kind of a system: The traditional approach focuses on the cost benefit and feasibility analysis, Project management, and hardware and software selection an personal considerations.

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Admin
Dob Gender BloodType Password Location Phno Username

Full Name

1.3

Donor Registrations

Admin Name

Donor Details

How to donate bloods Who need blood Donor information Coments Experiances details

Donor blood d e t a i l s

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Donor:
Dob Gender BloodType password Location Phone no Username

Full Name

1.4

Donor profile

Donor Name

Donor Details

Donor Details Experience d e t a i l s

Who needs b l o o Donate blood d comments Blood details Refer a friends

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CHAPTER: 5 DATA DICTIONARY


Key Concepts 6.1 Blood Maste 6.2 Category Master 6.3 City Master 6.4 Countary Master 6.5 State Master 6.6 Stock Master 6.7 Transaction Master 6.8 User Master

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6.1 Blood Master

Field name Field description Type


blood_group b_id Blood group name Blood id nvarchar int

Size Constraint
15 4 Not Null Primary Key

6.2 Category Master


Field name cat_id cat_type Field description Category id Category type Type int bit Size 4 1 Constraint Primary Key Not Null

6.3 City Master


Field name city_name city_id state_id Field description Name of city City id State id Type varchar int int Size 20 4 4 Constraint Not Null Primary Key Not Null

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6.4 Countary Master


Field name country_name country_id Field description Country name Country id Type varchar int Size 20 4 Constraint Not Null Primary Key

6.5 State Master


Field name state_name state_id country_id Field description State name State id Country id Type varchar int int Size 20 4 4 Constraint Not Null Primary Key Not Null

6.6 Stock Master


Field name stock_id b_id b_qty Field description Stock id Blood id Blood quantity Type int nt nvarchar Size 4 4 30 Constraint Primary Key Not Null Not Null

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6.7 Transaction Master

Field name transaction_id user_id category b_id b_qty t_date

Field description Transaction id User id Category Blood id Blood quantity Transaction date

Type int bigint bit int nvarchar date

Size 4 8 1 4 30 3

Constraint Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null

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6.8 User Master

Field name user_id name address gender DOB age email_id category mobile_number b_id

Field description User id Username User address User gender User Date Of Birth User age User email id User category User mobile number Blood id

Type bigint varchar nvarchar bit date smallint nvarchar bit int int

Size 8 50 100 1 3 2 40 1 4 45

Constraint Primary Key Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Not Null Allow Null Not Null Allow Null Not Null

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7. CONCLUSION
This project has helped us in implementing the Visual C++ using AppWizard and MFC. We automated the work of allocating shifts to the Employee according to their Designation and Gender .All Tasks are done by different Groups.Each group formed as same department Employees or different department Employees. Generation of shifts allocation for Employee helped us in learning Object oriented features and implementing them in MFC. We came to know about the scheduling the tasks updating by time and have a plan of completing task with in time proper designing of Rotating the schedules.

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8.BIBLIOGRAPHY

Books
A Complete Guide to Programming in Visual studio .Net -Michael McMillan A Complete Visual studio 2010 Training Course: How to Program me: Package -Harvey M deitel,Paul j deitel,Tem R Neito Advanced Programming Using Visual studio: Version 2010 -Julia Case Bradley

Site Address
www.dynamicdrive.com www.cssplay.co.uk www.vbsourcecode.com

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