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ABSTRACT

The project “INTEGRATED SHIPMENT MANAGEMENT” is designed


using PHP 5.0 as front end and MY-SQL as back end.
Traditional asset moving systems should be computerized to reduce the
tracking of assets, to provide evidence that an asset is being transported correctly, to
reduce late arrival and to improve asset moving system usability for companies with
special needs.
The project contains administrator and customer module. The administrator
logins to the web site using the username and password given in the database. Then he
views the customers registered in the website, confirm the addresses are true and then
approve them to login to make further processes.
The administrator views all asset shipment requests from a source to a
destination and accepts or rejects those requests. Upon approval, the billing details are
posted which can be viewed by customers in their logins. After shipment is confirmed
and payment is received, the uploading stage in containers is also posted.
Likewise, the current location of the moving asset is also posted. In addition,
the destination reached status also be viewed. The payment received and
acknowledged is viewed by customers.
Various reports are provided in both administrator and customer modules for
easy transaction processing.
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CONTENT

CHAPTER NO. TITLE PAGE


NO.
LIST OF TABLES Vii
LIST OF FIGURES Viii
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS Ix
1 Introduction 1
1.1 Company Profile 1
1.2 Objective 3
2 System Analysis 4
2.1 Existing System 4
2.2 Drawbacks of Existing System 4
2.3 Proposed System 4
2.4 Advantages of Proposed System 4
2.5 Feasibility Study 5
2.5.1 Economical Feasibility 5
2.5.2 Operational Feasibility 5
2.5.1 Technical Feasibility 6
3 System Specification 7
3.1 Hardware Requirements 7
3.2 Software Requirements 7
4 Software Description 8
4.1 Front End 8
4.2 Back End 13
5 Project Description 14
5.1 Problem Definition 14
5.2 Overview of the project 15
5.3 Module Description 17
5.4 System Flow Diagram 22
5.5 Data Flow Diagram 23
5.6 Database Design 26
5.7 Input Design 33
5.8 Output Design 35
6 System Testing 36
6.1 Unit Testing 36
6.2 Acceptance Testing 37
7 System Implementation 38
8 Conclusion and Future Enhancements 40
9 Appendix 41
9.1 Source Code 41
9.2 Screen Shots 51
10 References 60
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LIST OF TABLES

TABLE NO. TABLE NAME PAGE NO.


5.7.1 Admin 27

5.7.2 Containers 27

5.7.3 Bills 28

5.7.4 Customers 28

5.7.5 Destination Stage 29

5.7.6 Intermediate Stage 29

5.7.7 Payment 30

5.7.8 Shipments 31

5.7.9 Tariff 32
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LIST OF FIGURES

FIG. NO. FIGURE NAME PAGE NO.

5.4.1 System Flow diagram 22


5.5.1 Data Flow diagram(Admin) 23
5.5.2 Data Flow diagram(Customer) 24
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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

PHP : PHP HYPER TEXT PREPROCESSOR


SQL : STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGE
HTML : HYPER TEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE
DHTML : DYNAMIC HYPER TEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE
XML : EXTENDED MARKUP LANGUAGE
CSS : CASCADING STYLE SHEET
WWW : WORLD WIDE WEB
W3C : WORLD WIDE WEB CONSORTIUM