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INTRODUCTION

S
hopping has long been considered a recreational activity
by many. Shopping online is no exception. The goal of this
application is to develop a web based interface for online
retailers. The system would be easy to use and hence make the
shopping experience pleasant for the users.

The goal of this application is


To develop an easy to use web based interface where users
can search for products, view a complete description of the
products and order the products.
A search engine that provides an easy and convenient way
to search for products specific to their needs. The search
engine would list a set of products based on the search term
and the user can further filter the list based on various
parameters.
An AJAX enabled website with the latest AJAX controls giving
attractive and interactive look to the web pages and prevents
the annoying post backs.
Drag and Drop feature which would allow the users to add a
product to or remove a product from the shopping cart by
dragging the product in to the shopping cart or out of the
shopping cart.
A user can view the complete specification of the product along with
various images and also view the customer reviews of the product. They can
also write their own reviews..

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OBJECTIVE

T here are large numbers of commercial Online Shopping websites

offering large number of products tailored to meet the shopping interests


of large number of customers. These online marketplaces have thousands
of products listed under various categories.
Problem:
The basic problems with the existing systems are the non-interactive
environment
they provide to the users.
The use of traditional user interfaces which make continuous post
backs to the
server; each post back makes a call to the server, gets the response and
then
refreshes the entire web form to display the result. This scenario adds an
extra
trade off causing a delay in displaying the results
A search engine that would display the results without allowing the
users to
further filter the results based on various parameters.
Use of traditional and non user friendly interfaces that are hard to use
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Solution:
The motive of this Online Shopping Web Application is to allow the user
to play
with the search tool and create different combinatorial search criterion to
perform
exhaustive search.
Making the application AJAX enabled gets rid of these unnecessary
delays letting
the user to perform exhaustive search. The users of this application can
easily feel

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the difference between the Ajax empowered user interfaces vs. traditional
user
interfaces.
Provide Interactive interface through which a user can interact with
different areas
of application easily.
A search engine that provides an easy and convenient way to search for
products
specific to their needs. The search engine would list a set of products
based on the
search term and the user can further filter the list based on various
parameters.
Provide Drag and Drop feature thereby allowing the user to add products
to or
remove products from the shopping cart by dragging the products in to or
out of
the shopping cart.
.

PROJECT CATEGORY

Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)

R
elational database management system was never designed to allow
for the nested structure. It is hard to confuse a relational database
with an object-oriented database. In the relational database, complex
objects must be broken up and stored in separate tables. The relational model,
however, suffers at least one major advantage. It is difficult to express the
semantics of complex objects with only a table model for data storage.
Although relational database are adequate for accounting or other typical
transaction processing applications where the data types are simple and few in
number, the relational model offers limited help when data types become
numerous and complex. Relational database are favored when the values of the
database elements carry the key information. RDBMS were originally designed

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for mainframe computer and business data processing applications. Relational
database are favored when the values of the database elements carry the key
information that is object oriented models capture the structure of the data.
Relational model organize the data itself. If a record can be understood in
isolation, then the relational database is probably suitable. If a record make
sense only in the context of other records, then an object-oriented database is
more appropriate. The relational database does not understand a global request
and thus cannot optimize multiple requests.

 Relational systems were optimized for environments with large no. of


users who issue short queries. But today’s application has moved from
centralized mainframe computer to network workstation on every desk.
 These operations require complex operations and data structure
representation.

R
DBMS must maintain data integrity that is relational database need
to ensure that if data in multiple tables is updated, all of the updates
take place. RDBMS store data in such a way that redundant data is
eliminated through some type of compression. Every RDBMS provides some
sort of security for the database that it manages. Most RDBMS strive to
maintain separation between the actual data & business logic, which ensures
that the databases maintained in a constant state.

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SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT

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ER-DIAGRAM

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Use Case Diagram

Class Diagram

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Code Efficiency

T
he code has been designed using features of PHP 5.0so as to reduce
coding and generate more efficient code. This has been accomplished
by using module facility of PHP 5.0. Here in functions once have
been defined and used in different places for automatic uploading of code.
To generation of the order number uses the function written in the module
‘GrainMod’ and it is used in the order form of purchase and sales.
In the program whenever we applying the coding to check the input form if
character value is needed then numeric or special characters can’t be given. If
numeric or special characters are pressed then at the moment the message box
appear to show the warning that “only character values are accepted”. This will
be followed in the case of numeric values. If any entry is blank in the form then
an error message will be produced that “Please fill all details”.
If the linking is not proper means if the connectivity is not possible then at ones
it displays the message that “Access is not properly work”. In the date is
selected using date picker tool and format of this is defined in which it will be
stored in the table. So there is no need to enter the date only select.
If any user missed its password and want to use the program then an error
message will be generated that password is wrong.
If administrator wants to see the report (say, the purchases in a month) then the
administrator will be able to see the reports as quickly as possible, which is
done in this project.
Since this software handles all the expected or unexpected errors and never
crashes and also gives the results in time, it is said to be code efficient.

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Optimization of Code

O
ptimization is examining the application’s performance, and then
making decisions about which part of the code to modify to enhance
that performance. Performance refers to

 Algorithm performance
 Image size (disk space)
 Memory utilization
 Network performance
 User interface performance

Most of the time, we will not be able to optimize for individual performance
characteristic. For example, optimizing to reduce the compiled size of an
executable (called the image) typically reduces execution speed, and
optimization for speed often results in an increased disk image size.

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DATA STRUCTURE

D
ata structure is a way to organize the data in some way so we can do
the operation on these data in effective way. Some examples of data
structure table are listed below:

Master Tables: -

1. Table Name: - Admin User


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
user_id int 10 Primary Key
firstname varchar 256

lastname varchar 256

email varchar 256

contact varchar 256

username varchar 256

password varchar 256

role_id int 10

status tinyint 4

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2. Table Name: - Cart Product
Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
product_id varchar 255

cart_id varchar 256

Qty varchar 256

3. Table Name: - Cart Recent Products


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
product_id varchar 256

cart_id varchar 256

4. Table Name: - Customer


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
customer_id int 10 Primary Key
email varchar 256

password varchar 256

is_active varchar 256

created_time varchar 256

updated_time varchar 256

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5. Table Name: - Customer Address
Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
address_id int 10 Primary Key
first_name varchar 256

last_name varchar 256

street_address varchar 256

city varchar 256

state varchar 256

country varchar 256

contact_no int 10

zip_code tinyint 4

fax varchar 256

address_type varchar 256

customer_id varchar 256

6. Table Name: - product


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints

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id int 10 Primary Key
category_id varchar 256

name varchar 256

description varchar 256

status varchar 256

sku varchar 256

color varchar 256

featured int 10 Primary Key


new_date_from tinyint 4

weight varchar 256

price varchar 256

special_price varchar 256

min_qty_allowed varchar 256

stock_qty varchar 256

stock_status varchar 256

7. Table Name: - product-categories


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
name varchar 256

description varchar 256

status varchar 256

parent_id varchar 256

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8. Table Name: - Product Images
Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
product_id varchar 256

image_path varchar 256

is_default varchar 256

9. Table Name: - Sales Order


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
order_no varchar 256

order_date varchar 256

customer_type varchar 256

customer_id varchar 256

customer_email varchar 256

shipping_method varchar 256

payment_method int 10

sub_total tinyint 4

shipping_cost varchar 256

discount varchar 256

grand_total varchar 256

tax varchar 256

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10. Table Name: - Sales Order Address
Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
billing_name varchar 256

billing_address1 varchar 256

billing_address2 varchar 256

customer_id varchar 256

billing_phone varchar 256

shipping_name varchar 256

shipping_address1 int 256

shipping_address2 tinyint 256

shipping_phone varchar 256

order_id varchar 256

11. Table Name: - Sales Order Items


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
order_id varchar 256

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product_id varchar 256

product_sku varchar 256

customer_id varchar 256

product_name varchar 256

product_price varchar 256

discount int 256

sub_total tinyint 256

12. Table Name: - Sales Order Items


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
sess_id varchar 256

last_accessed varchar 256

Testing
There are several validationchecks,which have been used in myproject.
 At the very first screen (Splash Screen), ‘Have a Floppy’

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Button is used to enter in to the software without typing ‘UserName’
and ‘Password’. If any one pressed this button and not inserted the
floppy, then a message box is appeared alerting the user for ‘No
Floppy in Drive’.
 In all over the project each textbox accepts only those
characters and keys which are allowed.
 In text type fields only a-z, A-Z, Enter, Space, and
BackSpace keys are valid.
 In Numeric type fields only 0-9, Enter, Space, and
BackSpace keys are valid.
 In Mixed type fields only 0-9, a-z, A-Z, Enter, Space, and
BackSpace keys are valid.
 At the time of saving all of the fields are checked for Nil
value (as required).
 In all of the entry forms if we press ‘Add New’ Button, the
Navigation buttons disables. After saving the record, navigation
buttons are enabled.
 Firm Name and Item Name is chosen from the list, so that
no errors in choosing.
 In the order received form if the order is completed, ‘Add
New’ Button is disabled.
 Similarly in order dispatched form, if all items are
dispatched, ‘Add New’ Button is disabled.
 In Payments form if balance is ‘0’ (Zero) then ‘Add New’
Button is disabled.
 In the Same form if Amount paid by Cheque or Draft is ‘0’
(Zero) then it is not necessary to enter Cheque or Draft details.

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Testing Techniques

S
oftware testing is one of the most important activities in the Software
Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Almost every organization is now
using disciplined test planning and some objective criteria. Almost
every project that is designed up to its fulfillment is said to be technically
incorrect or in other terms abortive until unless it passes the testing phase. The
development of any software system via the human source is undoubtedly error
prone, thus the errors which are occurring in the midst of the programs have to
be seriously dealt with and for this testing is essential. In fact testing is one step
in the software engineering process that is generally considered to be
destructive rather than constructive.

The development of systems involves a series of production activities where


opportunities for injection of human fallibility are enormous. Errors may begin

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to occur at every inception of the process where the objective may be
erroneously or imperfectly specified as well as later design and development
stages. Because of human inability to perform and communicate with
perfection, software development is accomplished by quality assurance activity.
The increasing visibility of software as a system element and attendant costs
associated with the software failure are motivating forces for well planned
through testing.

Testing Stratigies

A
number of testing strategies have been proposed, all provide the
software developer. With a template for testing and all have the
following generic characteristics –
 Testing begins at the component level and work “outward” towards the
integration of the entire computer based system.
 Different testing techniques are appropriate at different points in time.
 The developer of the software and an independent group conducts
testing.

Unit Testing:
Unit testing focuses verification effort on the smallest unit of software design
the software components or module… in unit testing different module are tested
against the specifications produced during design for the module. Unit testing is
essentially for verification of the code produces during the coding phase and
hence the goal is to test the internal logic of the modules. A module is

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considered for integration and used by others only after it has been unit tested
satisfactory. In unit testing test of data flow across a module interface are
required before any other test is initiated. If data do not enter and exit properly,
all other tests are moot. Selective testing of execution of paths is an essential
task during the unit test cases should be designed to uncover errors due to
erroneous computations, incorrect comparison or improper control flow basis
path and loop testing are effective techniques for uncovering a broad array of
path errors.

Test cases should be uncover errors such as

 Comparison of different data types.


 Incorrect logical operators or precedence.
 Expectation of equality when precision errors make equality
unlikely.
 Incorrect comparison of variables.
 Improper or nonexistent loop termination.
 Failure to exit when divergent iteration is encountered.
 Improper modified loop variable.

O ur project has several modules and each module has passed through
unittesting :

Integration Testing
The Integration testing of our project is divided into following test phases –
 User interaction

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 Data manipulation
 Display processing
 Database management

To do the above test phases we apply the following criteria.

Interface integrity- Internal and External interfaces are tested as each module
is incorporated into the structure.

Functional validity- Tests designed to uncover functional errors are conducted.

Information content- Tests designed to uncover errors associated with local or


global data structures are conducted.

Performance- The System being on line is a critical application both in terms


of efficiency and performance. Since the system involves on line
data access for various purposes, response time would be a critical
factor.

T
ests designed to verify performance bounds established during
software design are conducted. Facility will have to be provided for
multiple archival in case of important data, which should not be lost.
Selected data purging will also have to be undertaken to ensure that redundant
data dose not occupy unnecessary space on the disk or on the back up media. A
methodology for the same would have to be evolved to ensure that no useful
data is purged by mistake.

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TOOLS & PLATFORM
FRONT-END: PHP

BACK-END: MY-SQL

REPORT GENERATION: XML (DISPLAY REPORTS)

SERVER: APACHE TOMCAT 4.1

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OPERATING SYSTEM: WINDOWS 2000/WINDOWS
XP/VISTA

 PHP:
 PHP is a general-purpose server-side scripting language originally designed for web
development to produce dynamic web pages. For this purpose, PHP code is embedded into
the HTML source document and interpreted by a web server with a PHP processor module,
which generates the web page document. It also has evolved to include a command-line
interface capability and can be used in standalone graphical applications.[2] PHP can be
deployed on most web servers and as a standalone interpreter, on almost every operating
system and platform free of charge.[3] There is also commercial software such as RadPHP, a
rapid application development framework for the PHP language. A competitor to Microsoft's
Active Server Pages (ASP) server-side script engine[4] and similar languages, PHP is installed
on more than 20 million websites and 1 million web servers.[5]

 PHP was originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1995. The main implementation of PHP is
now produced by The PHP Group and serves as the de facto standard for PHP as there is no
formal specification.[6] PHP is free software released under the PHP License which is
incompatible with the GNU General Public License (GPL) due to restrictions on the usage of
the term PHP

 MY-SQL

MySQL, the most popular Open Source SQL database management system, is developed,
distributed, and supported by MySQL AB. MySQL AB is a commercial company, founded
by the MySQL developers. It is a second generation Open Source company that unites Open
Source values and methodology with a successful business model.

MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) which has more than 6
million installations. The program runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of
databases.

 XML

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XML is a markup language for documents containing structured information.

 XML stands for EXtensible Markup Language


 XML is a markup language much like HTML
 XML was designed to carry data, not to display data
 XML tags are not predefined. You must define your own tags
 XML is designed to be self-descriptive
 XML is a W3C Recommendation

XML’s design goals emphasize simplicity, generality, and usability over the Internet. It is a
textual data format, with strong support via Unicode for the languages of the world. Although
XML’s design focuses on documents, it is widely used for the representation of arbitrary data
structures, for example in web services.

 APACHE TOMCAT :

Apache Tomcat is an open source software implementation of the Java Servlet and JavaServer
Pages technologies. The Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages specifications are developed under
the Java Community Process.

Apache Tomcat is developed in an open and participatory environment and released under
the Apache Software License. Apache Tomcat is intended to be a collaboration of the best-of-breed
developers from around the world.

Tomcat implements the Java Servlet and the JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications
from Sun Microsystems, and provides a "pure Java” HTTP web server environment
for Java code to run.

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REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION

5.1 Hardware Requirements

 Processor Pentium IV or higher


 128 or higher RAM
 40 GB hard disk
 Mouse
 Key board
 Networking device (hub, router, etc.)
 Quality printer of good report generation.

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 Minimum 8x CD-ROM drive.
 Printer

5.2Software Requirements

 Windows 98 onwards
 MS-office
 Tomcat server 4.1 onwards
 Java 1.5 or higher (with RMI tool)
 MY-SQL
 XML (for report generation, HTML for displaying reports)

Future Scope Of This Project

On
be: -
line Shopping Initial functional requirements will

 Secure registration and profile management facilities for


Customers

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 Browsing through the e-shop to see the items that are there in
each category of products like Apparel, Kitchen accessories, Bath
accessories, Food items etc.

 Adequate searching mechanisms for easy and quick access to


particular products and services.

 Creating a Shopping cart so that customers can shop ‘n’ no. of


items and checkout finally with the entire shopping carts

 Customers should be able to mail the Shop about the items they
would like to see in the Shop

 Regular updates to registered users of the website about new


arrivals.

 Secured mechanism for checking out from the Shop (Credit card
verification mechanism)

 Updates to customers about the recently added items in the shop


through various mechanisms.

 Uploading ‘Most Purchased’ Items in each category of products in


the Shop like Apparel, Kitchen accessories, Bath accessories, Food
items etc.

 Strategic data and graphs for Administrators and Shop owners


about the items that are popular in each category and age group

 Give special discounts to Premier customers

 Shop employees are responsible for internal affairs like processing


orders, assure home delivery, getting customer's delivery-time
feedback, updating order's status and answering client's queries
online.

 Feedback mechanism, so that customers can give feedback for


the product or service which they have purchased. Also facility
rating of individual products by relevant customers. Also feedback

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can be given on the performance of particular vendors and the
entire shop as well.

 Adequate payment mechanism and gateway for all popular credit


cards, cheques and other relevant payment options, as available
from time to time.

 Initial non functional requirements will be: -

 Secure access of confidential data (user’s details). SSL can be


used.

 24 X 7 availability

 Better component design to get better performance at peak time

 Flexible service based architecture will be highly desirable for


future extension

 Advertisement space where it will effectively catch the customer’s


attention and as a source of revenue.

 Initial reporting needs that are to be answered will be: -

 Category wise items that are sold more and the brand names for
the same

 Which brand is more popular in each category of products

 Who are the customers who visit often( to facilitate them by


making them Premier customers )

 Discounts given to the Premier customers

 In addition to the above mentioned points, due to the highly


evolving nature of the project, the following are planned to be
delivered if deemed necessary:

 Warehousing within the very ambits of the project

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 More payment gateways.

 Dynamic price model by which prices can be changed based on


demand and supply

 Dynamic Storefront: Each customer had a Web page personalized


based on his or her recent purchases. This is the equivalent of
having a unique storefront for each customer in hopes of drawing
in as many return customers as possible.

INTRODUCTION

S
hopping has long been considered a recreational activity
by many. Shopping online is no exception. The goal of this
application is to develop a web based interface for online
retailers. The system would be easy to use and hence make the
shopping experience pleasant for the users.

The goal of this application is


To develop an easy to use web based interface where users
can search for products, view a complete description of the
products and order the products.
A search engine that provides an easy and convenient way
to search for products specific to their needs. The search
engine would list a set of products based on the search term
and the user can further filter the list based on various
parameters.
An AJAX enabled website with the latest AJAX controls giving
attractive and interactive look to the web pages and prevents
the annoying post backs.
Drag and Drop feature which would allow the users to add a
product to or remove a product from the shopping cart by
dragging the product in to the shopping cart or out of the
shopping cart.
A user can view the complete specification of the product along with
various images and also view the customer reviews of the product. They can
also write their own reviews..

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OBJECTIVE

T here are large numbers of commercial Online Shopping websites

offering large number of products tailored to meet the shopping interests


of large number of customers. These online marketplaces have thousands
of products listed under various categories.
Problem:
The basic problems with the existing systems are the non-interactive
environment
they provide to the users.
The use of traditional user interfaces which make continuous post
backs to the
server; each post back makes a call to the server, gets the response and
then
refreshes the entire web form to display the result. This scenario adds an
extra
trade off causing a delay in displaying the results
A search engine that would display the results without allowing the
users to
further filter the results based on various parameters.
Use of traditional and non user friendly interfaces that are hard to use

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Solution:
The motive of this Online Shopping Web Application is to allow the user
to play
with the search tool and create different combinatorial search criterion to
perform
exhaustive search.
Making the application AJAX enabled gets rid of these unnecessary
delays letting
the user to perform exhaustive search. The users of this application can
easily feel
the difference between the Ajax empowered user interfaces vs. traditional
user
interfaces.
Provide Interactive interface through which a user can interact with
different areas
of application easily.
A search engine that provides an easy and convenient way to search for
products
specific to their needs. The search engine would list a set of products
based on the
search term and the user can further filter the list based on various
parameters.
Provide Drag and Drop feature thereby allowing the user to add products
to or
remove products from the shopping cart by dragging the products in to or
out of
the shopping cart.
.

PROJECT CATEGORY

Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)

R
elational database management system was never designed to allow
for the nested structure. It is hard to confuse a relational database
with an object-oriented database. In the relational database, complex
objects must be broken up and stored in separate tables. The relational model,
however, suffers at least one major advantage. It is difficult to express the

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semantics of complex objects with only a table model for data storage.
Although relational database are adequate for accounting or other typical
transaction processing applications where the data types are simple and few in
number, the relational model offers limited help when data types become
numerous and complex. Relational database are favored when the values of the
database elements carry the key information. RDBMS were originally designed
for mainframe computer and business data processing applications. Relational
database are favored when the values of the database elements carry the key
information that is object oriented models capture the structure of the data.
Relational model organize the data itself. If a record can be understood in
isolation, then the relational database is probably suitable. If a record make
sense only in the context of other records, then an object-oriented database is
more appropriate. The relational database does not understand a global request
and thus cannot optimize multiple requests.

 Relational systems were optimized for environments with large no. of


users who issue short queries. But today’s application has moved from
centralized mainframe computer to network workstation on every desk.
 These operations require complex operations and data structure
representation.

R
DBMS must maintain data integrity that is relational database need
to ensure that if data in multiple tables is updated, all of the updates
take place. RDBMS store data in such a way that redundant data is
eliminated through some type of compression. Every RDBMS provides some

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sort of security for the database that it manages. Most RDBMS strive to
maintain separation between the actual data & business logic, which ensures
that the databases maintained in a constant state.

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT

1. Designing Tools : HTML, Front page


2. Platform : WINDOWS, LINUX.
3. Server : WAMP, LAMP
4. Scripting Language : PHP 5.1, JAVA SCRIPT, AJAX
5. Database : My SQL.
6. Editor : DreamViewer 9.0, Zend Studio, Php
Java Script Editor

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HARDWARE REQUIREMENT 2012

Processor : Pentium 4
RAM : 32 MB (min 128 MB Recommended for
higher version of windows)
FDD : 3.5’’ 1.44 MB
HDD : 75 MB of free Hard Disk space(min 10

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MB virtual space recommended)
Monitor : 17’’ SVGA Monitor
Keyboard : Microsoft standard 108 keys normal
keyboard
Mouse : Microsoft standard 3 button Optical
Mouse

SYSTEM ANALYSIS

2.1. IDENTIFICATION OF NEED


2.2. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
2.3. FEASIBILITY STUDY
2.3.1. TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY
2.3.2. ECONOMICAL FEASIBILITY
2.3.3. OPERATIONAL FEASIBILITY
2.4. SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION

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IDENTIFICATION OF NEED
The Online Shopping application enables vendors to set up online
shops, customers to browse through the shops, and a system
administrator to approve and reject requests for new shops and maintain
lists of shop categories.

Also on the agenda is designing an online shopping site to


manage the items in the shop and also help customers purchase them
online without having to visit the shop physically.

Our online shopping will use the internet as the sole method
for selling goods to its consumers. The consumer will be in complete
control of his/her shopping experience by using the “unique storefront”
concept. Shopping will be highly personalized and the shop will provide
lower prices than most competitors. This, in brief, is a description of our

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product which will showcase a complete shopping experience in a small
package.

Purpose

 Today the internet and its boom have created a new economic
scenario that not only stresses on the classical concept of the
“product” but also on the modern concept of “service”. It is this
level of service that dictates whether a commercial venture will
succeed or not in the market. To provide a high accessibility of
service we will design the online shopping website, so that
potential customers need not go to a physical shop to buy
products or services. They just need to online to complete their
purchases. Unlike the prevailing “brick and mortar” shops which
have physical existence, we will operate solely from cyberspace.

 Most current systems have a physical foundation that is the root


cause to quite a number of problems. By maintaining multiple
store fronts, itself being an expensive proposition, store prices are
forced to rise. Thus, by using our product, our clients’
competitors are at a disadvantage because their costs are
significantly higher than our costs, allowing our clients to sell the
same goods at a lower price. As people become more accustomed
to using the internet, they view ordering products and services
online as a time-saving and cost-saving experience, which is the
very essence of our online shopping system.

 This project envisages bridging the gap between the seller, the
retailer and the customer. A very high flexibility is being
maintained in the design process so that this project can take
the following path : -
 A multiple merchant venue with each merchant
having his/her own window which the customer
can visit to browse and subsequently buy the
products from
 Maintaining the deliverable goods as well as services through
single or multiple windows is also on the agenda.

 Target users :

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(Tentative list only)

 Shop Administrator: The Shop Administrator is the


super user and has complete control over all the activities
that can be performed. The application notifies the
administrator of all shop creation requests, and the
administrator can then approve or reject them. The
administrator also manages the list of available product
categories. The administrator can also view and delete
entries in the guestbook.
 Shop Owner: Any user can submit a shop creation
request through the application. When the request is
approved by the Shop Administrator, the requester is
notified, and from there on is given the role of Shop
Owner. The Shop Owner is responsible for setting up the
shop and maintaining it. The job involves managing the
sub-categories of the items in the shop. Also, the shop
owner can add or remove items from his shop. The Shop
Owner can view different reports that give details of the
sales and orders specific to his shop. The Shop Owner can
also decide to close shop and remove it from the Shop.

 Shop Customer/Guests: A Shop Customer can browse


through the shops and choose products to place in a virtual
shopping cart. The shopping cart details can be viewed
and items can be removed from the cart. To proceed with
the purchase, the customer is prompted to login. Also, the
customer can modify personal profile information (such as
phone number and shipping address) stored by the
application. The customer can also view the status of any
previous orders, and cancel any order that has not been
shipped yet.

 Employees:

 Purchase department under a Purchase manager to


overlook purchasing activities if warehousing
needs arise.

 Sales department under a Sales manager who will


look after the sale of products and services, the
most important activity.

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Accounts department under an Accounts manager to look after the accounting
activities of the enterprise.

FEASIBILITY STUDY

To find out whether the purposed project is feasible or not I did three types of
feasibility study which are given below:

4.1 Technical feasibility

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T he consideration that are normally associated with technical
feasibility include-
1. Development risk
2. Resource availability
3. Technology
By studying out technical feasibility I find that our project is
technically feasible as the technology required for the system, are
easily available. Further the current system works manually. The
necessary technologies exist to do what is suggested. The
proposed equipments have the technical capacity to hold
the data of about 20+ years. So the purposed system is
technically feasible.
4.2 Economical Feasibility

I
n this economical study we deal with the finance, means we check
out that if our system estimated cost matches with the cost
provided by the user. A system that can be developed technically and
that will be used if installed must still be practicable for the organization.
Financial benefits must equal or exceeds the costs. Since there are
currently three clerks and a accountant.
As we see that about Rs. 1.5 lacks can be saved by the proposed system.
So it is economically feasible.

4.3 Operational Feasibility:

F
or checking out operational feasibility of the system first
of all I find out answer to the following questions these
are given below;

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 Is there sufficient support for the project from the
management?
I attended several meetings with the management and authorities
of the firm and talked with them in reference to the project and
tried to find out their view and concluded that they all are ready to
cooperate with me.
 Are current business methods acceptable to the users?
When I met with the clerks and employees of the firm and talked
to them I find out that they are satisfied with the current business
methods but hopes that if it is replaced by the computerized system
then their workload will be reduced and their work became easy
and fast.
 Have the users been involved in the planning and development
of the project?
I met the clerks and accountant a number of time during the project
and tried to get the exact working scenario of the firm, How they
work, What are the information that are to be stored and how they
store them. What types of reports they generally require. What are
the errors they do in managing the information? I study their views
and ideas and concentrate myself on those for which I think will be
needed for the good working of the system.

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SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATION

T
he software requirements specification is produced at the
culmination of the analysis task. The function and performance
allocated to software as part of system engineering are refined by
establishing a complete information description a detailed functional and

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behavioral description, an indications of performance requirements and design
constraints, appropriate validation criteria and other data pertinent to
requirements. The National Bureau of standard IEEE and the US Department of
Defense have all proposed candidate formats for software requirements
specifications. For our purpose however the simplified outline presented may be
used as a framework for the specification.
2.4.1. Introduction

Information Gathering
As the goal of the application is ease of use and to provide an interactive
interface, extensive research has been done to gain an insight into the needs
and behaviors of various users. The working of the application is made
convenient and easy to use for the end user. Dr Andresen, Associate Professor, CIS
provided regular feedback on the project.
Users can be classified into two types based on their knowledge of the
products that suit their needs. They can be classified as users who know about
the product that would satisfy their needs and users who have to figure out the
product that would satisfy their needs. Users who know about the product should
be able to find the product easily with the click of a button. Such users can
search for the product by using the product name as the search term. Users who
have to figure out the product that would satisfy their needs could use a search term
to find a list of pr oducts and then should be able to filter the results based on
various parameters like product type, manufacturer, price range, platform
supported etc.
The users should be able to view the complete specification of the pr oduct and
various images at different Zoom levels. The user should be able to read the
customer reviews for the product and the ratings provided. They should be able to
write their own reviews. They should be able to print out the specifications for
a product or email the product page to a friends etc.
To increase the ease of use the user should be able to add a product to the
shopping cart b y dragging a product and dropping it in the shopping cart. A
user should able to edit the contents of a shopping cart. They should be able to
update the quantities of the products added to the cart and remove the products
from the cart. The user should be able to remove the product from the shopping
cart b y dragging the product and dropping it outside the cart.
The application can be made interactive by pop up messages when a pro duct has
been dropped in to the shopping cart or out of the shopping cart. The user can be
notified

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Purpose – The purpose of this document is to describe all external
requirements of software for Online shopping.
Scope – This document is the only one that describes the requirements of
the system. It is meant for use by the developers and will also be the basis
for validating the final delivered system. Any changes made to the
requirement in the future will have to go through a formal change approval
process. The developer is responsible for asking to clarify where and will
not make any alterations without the permission of the client.
The scope of study is limited to
 Suggest a proposed solution to achieve defined objectives.
 Suggest Hardware Configuration required for the proposed solution.
 Formulate the application software specification.
 Provide budgetary estimates for implementation of the proposed
solution.
 Suggest prioritization and phasing of the proposed solution.
 Suggest infrastructures and training requirements for the proposed
solution.

2.4.1.3 Developers Responsibility Overview- The developer is


responsible for:
(a) Developing the system
(b) Implementing the system

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(c) Conducting user training that might be needed for using the system
and maintaining the software for a period of one year after
installation.

2.4.2. General Description


2.4.2.1 Product Function Overview - The study has
revealed that the computerization of the entire department is a
mission critical activity. In order to get the maximum return on
investment, not only the quality of the software but the speed and
tempo of mission critical project will have to be maintained. In
such projects it is important that the department take a look on all
aspects of the project and prepare a team of champions who will
work towards the goal of total computerization eliminating
halfhearted approach.

Functional Change –
1. The main functional change in the system is that there is no
longer need to maintain stock register manually because it is now
done by an automated system.
2. The Money receipt should be generated by system on preprinted
pre-numbered stationary. These receipts should be in the forms of
computer stationery rolls and to be issued to respective counters
stationery rolls and to be issued to respective counters daily by the
competent authority of accounts and reconciled at the time of daily
closing.

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3. All the predictions they made, formerly on their heuristics, is now
more realistic and more accurate with the help of Graphical Decision
Support System. For this system they have to enter the rate of all the
items daily.
2.4.2.2 User Characteristics – The users of this system are Managers,
Accountant, or clerks or a computer operator.
2.4.2.3 General Constraint – The System should run on Web Apps
family (PHP, ASP.net) and for database ACCESS is used.
2.4.2.4 General Assumption and Dependencies – Not applicable.

2.4.3. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS –


2.4.3.1 Functional Requirements – Functional Requirements specify
which output should be produced from the given inputs. They
describe the relationship between the input and output of the
system. For each functional requirement, a detailed description of
all the data inputs and the range of valid inputs must be specified.
All the operations to be performed on the input data to obtain the
output should be specified.
This includes specifying the validity checks on the input and
output data parameters affected by the operation and equations or
other logical
Operations that must be used to transform the inputs into
corresponding outputs. An important part of the specification is
the system behavior in abnormal situations like invalid inputs or
error during computation. The functional requirements must
clearly state what the system should do if such situation occurs. It

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should specify the behavior of the system for invalid inputs and
invalid outputs.

2.4.3.2 Detailed Input file format – For file format refer to design
section.

2.4.4. EXTERNAL INTERFACE REQUIREMENT –


2.4.4.1 User interface – User interface is displayed in user manual in
implementation section.
2.4.4.2 Error Messages – Error Messages are displayed in validation
checks section.

2.4.5. PERFORMACE CONSTRAINTS – This part of the


software requirement specification specifies the performance constraints on
the software system. All requirements relating to the performance
characteristics of the system must be specified. There are two types of
performance requirements.

S
tatic Requirements are those that do not impose constraint on the
execution characteristics of the system. These include requirements
like the number of terminals to be supported, the number of terminals
to be supported, the number of simultaneous users to be supported and the
numbers of files that the system has to process and their sizes. These are also
called capacity requirements of the system.

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D
ynamic Requirements specify constraints on the execution
behavior of the system. These typically include response time and
throughput constraints on the system. Response time is the
expected time for the completion of an operation under specified
circumstances. Throughput is the expected number of operations that can be
performed in a unit time.
Our project has good performance its static and dynamic both requirements
are fulfill. The dynamic performance of our project is excellent. Software is
capable to analyze and give output of any user query in a good response time.
System process transaction quickly.

2.4.6. Design Constraints –


2.4.6.1 Software Constraints – The following table lists the software
requirements necessary

Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 XP


RDBMS Access

2.4.6.2 Hardware Constraint - The following section will help to


determine the hardware requirements for the installation of computerized
shopping management system.

Minimum Recommended
Component
Requirements Requirements

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Processor Intel Pentium II Intel Pentium 4
Processor Processor
Memory 32 MB 128 MB

Hard Disk Space Minimum 1.5GB free Minimum 1.5GB free


space on drive space on drive
File System FAT or NTFS FAT or NTFS

Display Card Standard VGA card VGA card with 32MB


with 2MB VRAM VRAM
Printer 132 Column Dot 132 Column Dot
Matrix Printer Matrix Printer

2.4.7. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA - Before accepting the system, the


developer must demonstrate that the system works on real time data. The
developer will have to show through test cases that all conditions are
satisfied. No specific criterion has been defined in the present concept
documents. The acceptance of software should be based on the
application systems, which should be prepared by the software developer
in consultation with the transport authority and strictly adhered to once
approval for the same has been provided by the transport authority.

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DESIGN

 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PARADIGM APPLIED


 DATA FLOW DIAGRAM
 E-R DIAGRAM

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 DATA STRUCTURE USED

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING METHODOLOGY

L ike any other product, a software product completes a cycle from its
inception to obsolescence/replacement/wearing out.
The process of software development not only needs writing the program and
maintains it, but also a detail study of the system to identify current
requirements related to software development as well as to anticipate the future

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requirements. It also needs to meet the objective of low cost, and good quality
along with minimum development time.

T
o manage the project objectively it is important that product
development phase should be divided into phases so that project’s
progress and change in requirement can be controlled along with the
quality of the product. Following are the general phases in the life cycle of a
software product:
 Requirement analysis and specification for clear understanding of the
problem.
 Software design for planning the solution of the problem.
 Coding (implementation) for writing program as per the suggested
solution.
 Testing for verifying and validating the objective of the product.
 Operation and maintenance for use and to ensure its availability to
users.

This application was also developed in phases for effective output. Each phase
was given its due importance with respect to time and cost. The time scheduling
is later described in the PERT and Gantt chart. The system development life
cycle of Online Shoppingis shown below.

Requirement Analysis And specification

Designing

Coding

Testing and validation


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Approach for software development:

I n general there are three approaches to software development life cycle


namely:
 Sequential Approach: In this approach jumping to a later phase or coming
to a previous phase is not allowed.
 Iterative Approach: In an iterative approach, if there is sufficient reason
to do so, one may return to previously completed step, introduce a
change, and then propagate the effects of that change forward in the life
cycle.
 Recursive Approach: A recursive approach is that where the entire
approach may be reapplied to the end products of the approach. This
approach is handy in the prototype model.
In the development of Online Shoppingthe approach followed was mostly
iterative but to an extent sequential approach was also practice.
Software Development Process Models:
A software development process model is a description of the work practices,
tools and techniques used to develop software. Software models serve as
standards as well provide guidelines while developing software. It is beneficial
to one or more software development model while developing software.
Some of the standard software development models are:

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Water Fall Model:

I
t includes a sequential approach to software development. It includes
phases like task definition, analysis, design, implementation, testing
and maintenance. The phases are always in order and are never
overlapped.

Requirement Waterfall Model


Definition

Requirement Analysis and


Specification

Design

Implementation

Testing and
Maintenance
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Prototyping:

I
n this model we develop a working prototype with the available
requirement details and get feedback of the customer for the actual
requirement of the product to develop the product. Prototype is the
trimmed version of the actual product with limited features and functionality
Requirement Design Implementation
and with low level of reliability. This was model followed while developing
Online Shopping.
Improve the Specification Evaluation

Design
The prototyping Model:
Implement

Testing
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Spiral Model:

S
piral model provides a framework for designing the software
production process, guided by the risk levels in the project at hand. It
suggests iterative production of prototypes during a process controlled
by the linear sequential model.
Following steps are used in spiral model for each phase.

 Set objectives: goals, alternatives, and constraints.


 Risk assessment: Key risk identified and risk reduction steps taken.
 Develop and validate: Use an appropriate development model.
 Planning: Review of project, go/no for next phase.

Spiral Model

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Planning Risk Analysis

Toward a
Complete system

Customer Evaluation Engineering

Reason behind using Prototype Model in the development of this package:


 It helps to reduce the cost and time.
 It improves communication with the client as after every prototype there
is an interactive session with client.
 It provides an early detection of errors.
 It allows the developers to have a greater control over the problem.

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ER-DIAGRAM

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Use Case Diagram

Class Diagram

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Design Goals
The design of the web application involves the design of the fo rms for listing the
products, search for products, display the complete specification for the product,
and design a shopping cart that is easy to use.

Design of an interactive application that enables the user to filter the products
based on different parameters.

Design of an application that has featur es like drag and drop etc.

Design of application that decreases data transfers between the client and the
server.

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Architectural Context Diagram

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DATA STRUCTURE

D
ata structure is a way to organize the data in some way so we can do
the operation on these data in effective way. Some examples of data
structure table are listed below:

Master Tables: -

13. Table Name: - Admin User


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
user_id int 10 Primary Key
firstname varchar 256

lastname varchar 256

email varchar 256

contact varchar 256

username varchar 256

password varchar 256

role_id int 10

status tinyint 4

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14. Table Name: - Cart Product
Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
product_id varchar 255

cart_id varchar 256

Qty varchar 256

15. Table Name: - Cart Recent Products


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
product_id varchar 256

cart_id varchar 256

16. Table Name: - Customer


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
customer_id int 10 Primary Key
email varchar 256

password varchar 256

is_active varchar 256

created_time varchar 256

updated_time varchar 256

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17. Table Name: - Customer Address
Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
address_id int 10 Primary Key
first_name varchar 256

last_name varchar 256

street_address varchar 256

city varchar 256

state varchar 256

country varchar 256

contact_no int 10

zip_code tinyint 4

fax varchar 256

address_type varchar 256

customer_id varchar 256

18. Table Name: - product


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints

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id int 10 Primary Key
category_id varchar 256

name varchar 256

description varchar 256

status varchar 256

sku varchar 256

color varchar 256

featured int 10 Primary Key


new_date_from tinyint 4

weight varchar 256

price varchar 256

special_price varchar 256

min_qty_allowed varchar 256

stock_qty varchar 256

stock_status varchar 256

19. Table Name: - product-categories


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key

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name varchar 256

description varchar 256

status varchar 256

parent_id varchar 256

20. Table Name: - Product Images


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
product_id varchar 256

image_path varchar 256

is_default varchar 256

21. Table Name: - Sales Order


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
order_no varchar 256

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order_date varchar 256

customer_type varchar 256

customer_id varchar 256

customer_email varchar 256

shipping_method varchar 256

payment_method int 10

sub_total tinyint 4

shipping_cost varchar 256

discount varchar 256

grand_total varchar 256

tax varchar 256

22. Table Name: - Sales Order Address


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
billing_name varchar 256

billing_address1 varchar 256

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billing_address2 varchar 256

customer_id varchar 256

billing_phone varchar 256

shipping_name varchar 256

shipping_address1 int 256

shipping_address2 tinyint 256

shipping_phone varchar 256

order_id varchar 256

23. Table Name: - Sales Order Items


Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
order_id varchar 256

product_id varchar 256

product_sku varchar 256

customer_id varchar 256

product_name varchar 256

product_price varchar 256

discount int 256

sub_total tinyint 256

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24. Table Name: - Sales Order Items
Field Name Data Type Size Key Constraints
id int 10 Primary Key
sess_id varchar 256

last_accessed varchar 256

Home Page
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<?php
//print_r($_SERVER);
?>
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" >
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-
1" />
<title> Index</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/styles.css" />
<!--[if gte IE 5.5]>
<![if lt IE 7]>
<style type="text/css">
div.feedback {
/* IE5.5+/Win - this is more specific than the IE 5.0 version */
right: expression( ( 0 + ( ignoreMe2 =
document.documentElement.scrollRight ?
document.documentElement.scrollRight : document.body.scrollRight ) ) +
'px' );
top: expression( ( 250 + ( ignoreMe =
document.documentElement.scrollTop ? document.documentElement.scrollTop
: document.body.scrollTop ) ) + 'px' );
}
</style>

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<![endif]>
<![endif]-->
</head>
<body>
<div id="main">
<!-- START: Header -->
<?php include_once 'includes/header.php';?>
<?php include_once 'Product.php';?>
<?php include_once 'includes/lib/image/ThumbBase.php';?>
<?php include_once 'includes/lib/image/PhpThumb.php';?>
<?php include_once 'includes/lib/image/GdThumb.php';?>
<?php include_once 'includes/lib/image/Plugins/GdReflectionLib.php';?
>
<?php include_once 'includes/lib/image/PhpThumbFactory.php';?>

<!-- END: Menu -->


<div class="clearAll spacer20"></div>
<!-- START: Left Column -->
<div id="leftCol">
<div class="content_box">
<div class="title_box">
<div><p>Products</p></div>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<div class="content_box_lftCrnr">
<div class="content_box_rtCrnr">
<div class="content_cols">

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<div class="products_cont1"><a
href="product_view.php"><img src="<?php echo
Product::getProductImage('mobile.jpg',100,100);?>" alt="" /></a></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
<p class="product_name">Sanyo 8.1 MP Digital
Camera</p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="product_price">MRP: <span>Rs.
8990</span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<div class="price_box">You Pay:
<strong>5299</strong></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer2"></div>
<div class="buy_now">
<img src="images/buyNow-icn.png" alt="" /> &nbsp;<a
href="#">Buy Now</a> &nbsp;|&nbsp; <a
href="product_view.php">Details</a>
</div>
</div>

<div class="content_cols">
<div class="products_cont1"><a
href="product_view.php"><img src="images/mobile.jpg" alt="" /></a></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
<p class="product_name">Blue Mobile Phone - 450z</p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>

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<p class="product_price">MRP: <span>Rs.
8990</span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<div class="price_box">You Pay:
<strong>5299</strong></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer2"></div>
<div class="buy_now">
<img src="images/buyNow-icn.png" alt="" /> &nbsp;<a
href="#">Buy Now</a> &nbsp;|&nbsp; <a
href="product_view.php">Details</a>
</div>
</div>

<div class="content_cols">
<div class="products_cont1"><a
href="product_view.php"><img src="images/pmp.jpg" alt="" /></a></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
<p class="product_name">Fujezone 2GB PMP</p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="product_price">MRP: <span>Rs.
8990</span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<div class="price_box">You Pay:
<strong>5299</strong></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer2"></div>
<div class="buy_now">

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<img src="images/buyNow-icn.png" alt="" /> &nbsp;<a
href="#">Buy Now</a> &nbsp;|&nbsp; <a
href="product_view.php">Details</a>
</div>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
</div>
<span class="content_BR"><span
class="content_left"></span></span>
</div>
</div>
</div>
<!--END: Left Column-->

<!--START: Right Column-->


<div id="rightCol">
<div class="join_now_box">
<h2>Shopping WOW!s<br /><span>Guaranteed...</span></h2>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
<ul>
<li>Quality products</li>
<li>Great discounts</li>
<li>Secure shopping</li>
<li>Delivery across india</li>
</ul>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>

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<a href="#"><img src="images/joinNow-btn.gif" alt="Join
Now" /></a>
</div>

<div class="clearAll spacer25"></div>


<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
<div class="content_box">
<div class="margin5">
<div class="voice-icon"><img src="images/voice-icn.gif" alt=""
/></div>
<h4>News Updates</h4>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
<div class="voice_avatar"><a href="#"><img
src="images/avatar.gif" alt="" /></a></div>
<div class="voice_clouds">Sizes matters <br />Sizes
matters</div>

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<div class="voice_avatar"><a href="#"><img
src="images/avatar.gif" alt="" /></a></div>
<div class="voice_clouds">Sizes matters <br />Sizes
matters</div>

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<div class="voice_avatar"><a href="#"><img
src="images/avatar.gif" alt="" /></a></div>

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<div class="voice_clouds">Sizes matters <br />Sizes
matters</div>
</div>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
</div>

<div class="clearAll spacer20"></div>


<div class="content_box">
<div class="margin5">
<h4>Coming Soon...</h4>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
<ul class="comingsoon_list">
<li>Sanyo 8.1 MP Digital Camera</li>
<li>Wireless Mouse - Rs. 1014</li>
<li>Microsoft Webcam - Rs. 1029</li>
<li>Laptop Anti Glare - Rs. 185</li>
<li>Nokia 2323 Mobile - Rs. 2525</li>
<li>Sanyo 8.1 MP Digital Camera</li>
<li>Wireless Mouse - Rs. 1014</li>
<li>Microsoft Webcam - Rs. 1029</li>
<li>Laptop Anti Glare - Rs. 185</li>
<li>Nokia 2323 Mobile - Rs. 2525</li>
</ul>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
</div>

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<div class="clearAll spacer20"></div>
</div>
<!--END: Right Column-->

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<!--START: Recently Viewed Cont-->
<div class="recent_box">
<span class="recent_box_TR"><span
class="recent_box_Left"></span></span>
<div class="recent_child_box">
<div class="recent_viewed_col">
<div class="recent_viewed_arrow"><img
src="images/recently_view.gif" alt="" /></div>
<p>An easy way to navigate back to the Bachat Deals that
interested you</p>
</div>
<div class="recent_prod_main">
<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>

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<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>

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<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>

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<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
</div>
<span class="recent_box_BR"><span
class="recent_box_Left"></span></span>
</div>
<!--END: Recently Viewed Cont-->

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<!--START: Browse-->
<div class="browse_box">
<div class="browse_box_rt">
<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>BROWSE</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">New Arrivals</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Today's Best Sellers</a></li>
<li><a href="#">All-time Hot Sellers</a></li>
<li><a href="#">View all Categories</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

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<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>Follow us on</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#"><img src="images/twitter.gif" alt=""
class="vam" /> Twitter</a></li>
<li><a href="#"><img src="images/facebook.gif" alt=""
class="vam" /> Facebook</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>about us</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Who we are</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Partner with us</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Contact us</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>customer support</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Feedback</a></li>
<li><a href="#">FAQs</a></li>

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<li><a href="#">Shipping &amp; Returns</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Reach us</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>payment options</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Credit card</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Debit card</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Internet Banking</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Cash on Delivery</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>safe shopping</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><img src="images/safe_shopping_logos.gif" alt=""
/></li>
</ul>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
</div>
</div>

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<!--END: Browse-->

<div class="clearAll"></div>
<!--START: Footer-->
<div id="footer">
<ul>
<li class="flLt">Copyright � 2010 </li>
<li class="flRt"><a href="#">Privacy
Policy</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#">Terms of Use</a></li>
</ul>
</div>
<!--END: Footer-->
</div>

</body>
</html>

PRODUCT VIEW

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"


"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" >
<head>

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<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-
1" />
<title>Product Edited</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/styles.css" />
<!--[if gte IE 5.5]>
<![if lt IE 7]>
<style type="text/css">
div.feedback {
/* IE5.5+/Win - this is more specific than the IE 5.0 version */
right: expression( ( 0 + ( ignoreMe2 =
document.documentElement.scrollRight ?
document.documentElement.scrollRight : document.body.scrollRight ) ) +
'px' );
top: expression( ( 250 + ( ignoreMe =
document.documentElement.scrollTop ? document.documentElement.scrollTop
: document.body.scrollTop ) ) + 'px' );
}
</style>
<![endif]>
<![endif]-->
</head>
<body>
<div id="main">
<!--START: Header-->
<?php include_once 'includes/header.php'; ?>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<!--START: Left Column-->

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<?php
if (isset($_GET['p_id'])) {
$id = $_GET['p_id'];
//$query='SELECT p.id,p.name, price, p.special_price,
p.special_price_from, p.special_price_to, p.min_qty_allowed,
p.max_qty_allowed, p.stock_status FROM product p WHERE p.id=\'' . $id . '\'';
$result = $dbBean->selectQuery('SELECT p.id,p.name, price,
p.special_price, p.special_price_from, p.special_price_to, p.min_qty_allowed,
p.max_qty_allowed, p.stock_status FROM product p WHERE p.id=\'' . $id . '\'')
or print mysql_error();
if ($result) {
if (($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result))) {
$prodLink = 'product_view.php?p_id=' . $row['id'];
if (isset($row['special_price']) && intval($row['special_price'])
> 0) {
$price = $row['special_price'];
$basePrice = $row['price'];
} else {
$price = $row['price'];
}
?>
<div id="prod_left_col">
<div class="prod_title_cont">
<div class="prod_title_right_cont">
<div class="prod_title_mid_cont">
<h3 class="flLt"><?php echo $row['name'] ?></h3>
</div>

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</div>
</div>

<div class="clearAll"></div>
<div class="margin10">
<div class="product_detail_box">
<div class="product_pic_box">
<img src="images/htc_touch.jpg" alt="htc_touch" />
<div class="zoom2"></div>
</div>
<div class="product_details">
<div>MRP: Rs.8990</div>
<div class="spacer5 clearAll"></div>
<p>You pay: Rs.5299</p>
<div class="spacer10 clearAll"></div>
<label>Select Color:</label> <span>Red</span>
<div class="spacer15 clearAll"></div>
<label>Quantity:</label> <input type="text"
value="1" size="3" />
<div class="spacer15 clearAll"></div>
<a href="cart.php"><img src="images/buyNow-
btn.gif" alt="Add to Cart" /></a>
<div class="spacer15 clearAll"></div>
</div>

<ul class="products_list">
<?php

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$iresult = $dbBean->selectQuery('SELECT
image_path,is_default FROM product_images WHERE product_id=\'' . $id . '\'')
or print mysql_error();
$images = array();
if ($iresult) {
while (($irow=mysql_fetch_assoc($iresult))) {
?>
<li class="selected_prod"><a href="#"><img src="<?
php echo BASE_URL.'/uploads/product_images/'.$irow['image_path']?>"
alt="<?php echo $row['name'] ?>" /></a></li>
<?php }
}?></ul>
</div>

<div class="quick_look_box">
<h5>Quick Look:</h5>
<div class="spacer2 clearAll"></div>
<p>Re-defining the perception of advanced mobile
phones, thee HTC Touch Diamond™ is a giant leap forward in combining hi-
tech prowess, intuitive usability and exhilarating design.</p>
</div>

<div class="clearAll spacer20"></div>


<div id="product_tab_box">
<div class="product_tab_conts">
<h2>Product Details</h2>

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<p>Re-defining the perception of advanced mobile
phones… the HTC Touch Diamond™ signals a giant leap forward in
combining hi-tech prowess with intuitive usability and exhilarating design.
Featuring a sharp 2.8-inch touch screen housed within a stunning formation of
brushed metal and flawless faceted edges, the HTC Touch Diamond is as
beautiful to behold as it is to use.<br />
With HTC's vibrant touch-responsive user interface,
TouchFLO™ 3D, and ultra-fast HSDPA internet connectivity... the HTC
Touch Diamond offers a rich online experience to rival a notebook computer,
allowing you to interact with Google, YouTube, and Wikipedia as freely as you
would with a broadband connection.<br />
Your contacts, favourite music, videos and photos
are no longer an uninspired line of text. With TouchFLO 3D, album artwork,
video stills and snapshots of your friendsÂ’ and familyÂ’s faces are brought to
life for you to interact, play and launch at your fingertips. A 3.2 megapixel auto-
focus camera will help you capture the perfect moment in style and with a
massive 4GB of internal storage you can keep all the files you need. The
integrated ultra-sensitive GPS will help you find your destination as quickly and
efficiently as a dedicated satellite navigation unit.
Style and substance in a phone are no longer
mutually exclusive. The HTC Touch Diamond has arrived.</p>
</div>
</div>

</div>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>

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</div>
<?php }
}
} ?>
<!--END: Left Column-->

<!--START: Right Column-->


<div id="category_right_col">
<div id="category_right_cont_col">
<h2><img src="images/arrow.gif" alt="" />&nbsp;My Shopping
Cart</h2>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<div class="margin5">
<a href="#"><img src="images/close-icn.gif" alt="" /></a>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<div class="my_cart_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
</div>

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>

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<a href="#"><img src="images/close-icn.gif" alt="" /></a>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<div class="my_cart_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
</div>
</div>

<div class="checkout_cart">
<strong>Your Cart Value is <span>Rs.12,500</span></strong>
<div class="clearAll spacer8"></div>
<div class="tar"><a href="#"><img src="images/checkout-cart-
btn.gif" alt="" /></a></div>
</div>
</div>
<div class="clearAll spacer20"></div>
</div>
<!--END: Right Column-->

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<!--START: Recently Viewed Cont-->

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<div class="recent_box">
<span class="recent_box_TR"><span
class="recent_box_Left"></span></span>
<div class="recent_child_box">
<div class="recent_viewed_col">
<div class="recent_viewed_arrow"><img
src="images/recently_view.gif" alt="" /></div>
<p>An easy way to navigate back to the Bachat Deals that
interested you</p>
</div>
<div class="recent_prod_main">
<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>

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<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>

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<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
</div>
<span class="recent_box_BR"><span
class="recent_box_Left"></span></span>
</div>

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<!--END: Recently Viewed Cont-->

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<!--START: Browse-->
<div class="browse_box">
<div class="browse_box_rt">
<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>BROWSE</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">New Arrivals</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Today's Best Sellers</a></li>
<li><a href="#">All-time Hot Sellers</a></li>
<li><a href="#">View all Categories</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>Follow us on</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#"><img src="images/twitter.gif" alt=""
class="vam" /> Twitter</a></li>
<li><a href="#"><img src="images/facebook.gif" alt=""
class="vam" /> Facebook</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

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<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>about us</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Who we are</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Partner with us</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Contact us</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>customer support</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Feedback</a></li>
<li><a href="#">FAQs</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Shipping &amp; Returns</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Reach us</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>payment options</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Credit card</a></li>

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<li><a href="#">Debit card</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Internet Banking</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Cash on Delivery</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>safe shopping</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><img src="images/safe_shopping_logos.gif" alt=""
/></li>
</ul>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
</div>
</div>
<!--END: Browse-->

<div class="clearAll"></div>
<!--START: Footer-->
<div id="footer">
<ul>
<li class="flLt">Copyright © 2011.</li>
<li class="flRt"><a href="#">Privacy
Policy</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#">Terms of Use</a></li>
</ul>

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</div>
<!--END: Footer-->
</div>
</body>
</html>

PRODUCT CATEGORIES

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"


"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" >
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-
1" />
<title>Category</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/styles.css" />
<!--[if gte IE 5.5]>
<![if lt IE 7]>
<style type="text/css">
div.feedback {
/* IE5.5+/Win - this is more specific than the IE 5.0 version */
right: expression( ( 0 + ( ignoreMe2 =
document.documentElement.scrollRight ?

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document.documentElement.scrollRight : document.body.scrollRight ) ) +
'px' );
top: expression( ( 250 + ( ignoreMe =
document.documentElement.scrollTop ? document.documentElement.scrollTop
: document.body.scrollTop ) ) + 'px' );
}
</style>
<![endif]>
<![endif]-->
</head>
<body>
<div id="main">
<!-- START: Header -->
<?php include_once 'includes/header.php'; ?>
<!-- END: Menu -->
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<div id="breadcrumbs"><a
href="#">Home</a><span>&rsaquo;</span><strong>Mobiles</strong></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<!--START: Left Column-->
<div id="category_left_col">
<h2>Mobiles</h2>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<div class="margin5">
<h6>Refine by Price:</h6>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Under Rs. 1,500 (8)</a></li>

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<li><a href="#">Rs.1,500 - Rs.3,000 (2)</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Rs.1,500 - Rs.3,000 (2)</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Rs.1,500 - Rs.3,000 (2)</a></li>
</ul>

<div class="themerule clearAll"></div>

<h6>Refine by Brand:</h6>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Apple (8)</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Blackberry (2)</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Apple (8)</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Blackberry (2)</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Apple (8)</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Blackberry (2)</a></li>
</ul>
</div>
</div>
<!--END: Left Column-->

<!--START: Mid Column-->


<div id="category_mid_col">

<div class="pagings">
<div class="pagings_right">
<div class="pagings_mid">
<div class="flLt">

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<h3 class="flLt">Sort by:</h3>

</div>
</div>
</div>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>

<div class="margin5">
<?php
if (isset($_GET['id'])) {
$id = $_GET['id'];
$result = $dbBean->selectQuery('SELECT p.id,p.name, price,
p.special_price, p.special_price_from, p.special_price_to, p.min_qty_allowed,
p.max_qty_allowed, p.stock_status, pi.image_path AS image FROM product p
LEFT JOIN product_images pi ON (pi.product_id=p.id AND pi.is_default=1)
WHERE status=1 AND category_id=\'' . $id . '\'') or print mysql_error();
if ($result) {
for ($i = 0; ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)); $i++) {
$prodLink = 'product_view.php?p_id=' . $row['id'];
if (isset($row['special_price']) &&
intval($row['special_price'])>0) {
$price=$row['special_price'];
$basePrice=$row['price'];
}else{
$price=$row['price'];

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}
?>
<div class="content_cols2">
<div class="products_cont1"><a href="<?php echo
$prodLink; ?>"><img src="images/<?php echo $row['image']; ?>" alt=""
/></a></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer10"></div>
<p class="product_name2"><?php echo $row['name']; ?
></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="product_price2">MRP: <span><?php echo
(isset($basePrice)?'Rs.'. $basePrice:'');?></span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<div class="price_box2">You Pay: <strong><?php echo
$price;?></strong></div>
<div class="clearAll spacer2"></div>
<div class="buy_now">
<img src="images/buyNow-icn.gif" alt="" />&nbsp;<a
href="#">Buy Now</a>&nbsp;|&nbsp;<a href="<?php echo $prodLink; ?
>">Details</a>
</div>
<div class="zoom"></div>
</div>
<?php }
}
} ?>
<div class="clearAll"></div>

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</div>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>

<div class="pagings2">
<div class="pagings_right2">
<div class="pagings_mid">
<div class="flLt">
<h3 class="flLt">Sort by:</h3>
</div>

</div>
</div>
</div>

</div>
<!--END: Mid Column-->

<!--START: Right Column-->


<div id="category_right_col">
<div id="category_right_cont_col">
<h2><img src="images/arrow.gif" alt="" />&nbsp;My Shopping
Cart</h2>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<div class="margin5">
<a href="#"><img src="images/close-icn.gif" alt="" /></a>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<div class="my_cart_col">

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<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
</div>

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<a href="#"><img src="images/close-icn.gif" alt="" /></a>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<div class="my_cart_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
</div>
</div>

<div class="checkout_cart">
<strong>Your Cart Value is <span>Rs.12,500</span></strong>

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<div class="clearAll spacer8"></div>
<div class="tar"><a href="#"><img src="images/checkout-cart-
btn.gif" alt="" /></a></div>
</div>
</div>
<div class="clearAll spacer20"></div>
</div>
<!--END: Right Column-->

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<!--START: Recently Viewed Cont-->
<div class="recent_box">
<span class="recent_box_TR"><span
class="recent_box_Left"></span></span>
<div class="recent_child_box">
<div class="recent_viewed_col">
<div class="recent_viewed_arrow"><img
src="images/recently_view.gif" alt="" /></div>
<p>An easy way to navigate back to the Bachat Deals that
interested you</p>
</div>
<div class="recent_prod_main">
<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>

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<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>

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<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>

<div class="recent_prod_col">
<a href="#"><img src="images/laptop_small.jpg" alt=""
/></a>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>
<p><strong>Sony VAIO VGN-TXN...</strong></p>
<p>MRP: <span>Rs. 8990 </span></p>
<div class="clearAll spacer5"></div>

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<p class="pay_amt">You pay:
<strong>Rs.5299</strong></p>
<p class="saved_amt">You save: <strong>Rs.888</strong>
(<strong>88%</strong> off)</p>
</div>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
</div>
<span class="recent_box_BR"><span
class="recent_box_Left"></span></span>
</div>
<!--END: Recently Viewed Cont-->

<div class="clearAll spacer15"></div>


<!--START: Browse-->
<div class="browse_box">
<div class="browse_box_rt">
<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>BROWSE</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">New Arrivals</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Today's Best Sellers</a></li>
<li><a href="#">All-time Hot Sellers</a></li>
<li><a href="#">View all Categories</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

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<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>Follow us on</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#"><img src="images/twitter.gif" alt=""
class="vam" /> Twitter</a></li>
<li><a href="#"><img src="images/facebook.gif" alt=""
class="vam" /> Facebook</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>about us</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Who we are</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Partner with us</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Contact us</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>customer support</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Feedback</a></li>

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<li><a href="#">FAQs</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Shipping &amp; Returns</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Reach us</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>payment options</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><a href="#">Credit card</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Debit card</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Internet Banking</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Cash on Delivery</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

<div class="browse_cols">
<h3>safe shopping</h3>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
<ul>
<li><img src="images/safe_shopping_logos.gif" alt=""
/></li>
</ul>
</div>
<div class="clearAll"></div>
</div>

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</div>
<!--END: Browse-->

<div class="clearAll"></div>
<!--START: Footer-->
<div id="footer">
<ul>
<li class="flLt">Copyright © 2011.</li>
<li class="flRt"><a href="#">Privacy Policy</a>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="#">Terms of Use</a></li>
</ul>
</div>
<!--END: Footer-->
</div>
</body>
</html>

Product Checkout Page

<table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">

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<tr>
<td valign="top"><?php include 'leftBar.php';?></td><td>
<table width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="5"
cellspacing="5">
<tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr>
<tr>
<td><p align="center" style="font-
size:14px"><strong>Registration &amp; Accommodation
Form</strong></p></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="noteText">&nbsp;</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left" style="margin-left:3px;"><form name="reg"
id="reg" method="post" action="" onSubmit="javascrit:return
validationTestimonial(this);">
<?php

$query = "select id,name from country order by name";


$res = $dbBean->selectQuery($query);
$rec = $dbBean->SelectRecord($res);

if(isset($_POST['sub_btn'])) {

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$query_iso_code="select isocode from country where
id=".$_POST['country'];
$res_iso_code = $dbBean-
>selectQuery($query_iso_code);
$iso_code = $dbBean->SelectRecord($res_iso_code);
$title=trim($_POST['title']);
$fname=trim($_POST['fname']);
$mname=trim($_POST['mname']);
$lname=trim($_POST['lname']);
$gender=trim($_POST['gender']);
$address=trim($_POST['address']);
$designation=trim($_POST['designation']);
$institution=trim($_POST['institution']);
$email=$_POST['email'];
$country=$_POST['country'];
$state=$_POST['state'];
$city=trim($_POST['city']);
$country=trim($_POST['country']);
$email=trim($_POST['email']);
$pin=trim($_POST['pin']);
$phone_number=($_POST['phone_number1'].'-'.
$_POST['phone_number2'].'-'.$_POST['phone_number3']);
$mobile_number=($_POST['mobile_number1'].'-'.
$_POST['mobile_number2']);
$fax=($_POST['fax1'].'-'.$_POST['fax2'].'-'.
$_POST['fax3']);
$reg_type=trim($_POST['reg_type']);

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$membership_no=trim($_POST['membership_no']);
$delegate_name1=trim($_POST['delegate_name1']);
$delegate_name2=trim($_POST['delegate_name2']);
$accomodation=trim($_POST['accomodation']);
if($accomodation==1) {
$category=trim($_POST['category']);
$categoryhotel=trim($_POST['categoryhotel']);
$categoryhotel1=trim($_POST['categoryhotel1']);
$hoteloccupancy=trim($_POST['hoteloccupancy']);
$checkingdate=($_POST['checkingyear'].'/'.
$_POST['checkingmonth'].'/'.$_POST['checkingday']);
$checkoutdate=($_POST['checkoutyear'].'/'.
$_POST['checkoutmonth'].'/'.$_POST['checkoutday']);
$advanceaccomd=trim($_POST['advanceaccomd']);
}
$totalpayment=trim($_POST['totalpayment']);
$total_USD_payment=$dbBean-
>currency('INR','USD',$totalpayment);
//echo 'Payment : '.$total_USD_payment;
// exit;
$payment_mode=trim($_POST['payment_mode']);
$transaction_id=trim($_POST['transaction_id']);
$transaction_date=($_POST['transaction_year'].'/'.
$_POST['transaction_month'].'/'.$_POST['transaction_day']);

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if($fname!='' && $lname!='' && $mobile_number!=''
&& $address!='' && $city!='' && $email!='' && $state!='' && $country!='') {

if($_POST['payment_mode']=='Credit Card') {
$query1 = "select * from admin_paypal_detail";
$res1 = $dbBean->selectQuery($query1);
$rec1 = $dbBean->SelectRecord($res1);
$apiUserName = $rec1[0]['apiUserName'];
$apiPassword = $rec1[0]['apiPassword'];
$apiSignature =$rec1[0]['apiSignature'];
//e
cho "UserName".$apiUserName.'Password'.$apiPassword.'Signature'.
$apiSignature.'Api'.$rec1[0]['apiENV'];
$apiSubject = '';
$useProxy = FALSE;
$proxyHost = '127.0.0.1';
$proxyPort = '808';
$apiENV = $rec1[0]['apiENV'];
$apiVersion = '60.0';
$paymentType = 'Sale';
$currencyCode = 'USD';
$callMethod = 'doDirectPayment';
$ipAddress = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];

$paypal = new Paypal($apiUserName,


$apiPassword, $apiSignature, $apiSubject, $apiVersion, $paymentType,
$currencyCode, $callMethod, $useProxy, $proxyHost, $proxyPort, $apiENV);

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$paypal-
>setCreditCardInfo(array('CARD_TYPE'=>$_POST['card_type'],

'CARD_NUMBER'=>trim($_POST['card_number']),

'BUYER_FIRST_NAME'=>$_POST['fname'],

'BUYER_LAST_NAME'=>$_POST['lname'],
'EXP_MONTH'=>$_POST['expire_month'],
'EXP_YEAR'=>$_POST['expire_year'],

'CVV2'=>$_POST['card_verification_number'],
'AMOUNT'=>$total_USD_payment,
'IP_ADDRESS'=>$ipAddress));
$countryCode = $iso_code[0]['isocode'];
//$state = ((is_int($formData['state']))?
$stateModel->getStateName($formData['state']):$formData['state']);
$state = $_POST['state'];
$paypal-
>setBillingInfo(array('BILLING_STREET_ADDRESS'=>$_POST['address'],
'BILLING_CITY'=>$_POST['city'],

'BILLING_COUNTRY_CODE'=>$countryCode,
'BILLING_STATE'=>$state,
'BILLING_ZIP_CODE'=>$_POST['pin'],
'EMAIL'=>$_POST['email']));

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$response = $paypal->doDirectPayment();
$resArray = $paypal->parseResponse($response);
//p
rint_r($resArray);
//
exit;
if(isset($resArray["ACK"])) {
/**************For Paypal Response Success
Or Failure *******************/
$ack = strtoupper($resArray["ACK"]);
$paySession->data = $resArray; // Response
Array
}else {
/************For Curl Error
*****************/
$ack = 'Failure';
$paySession->data = $response; //Curl Error
Response in Array
//echo $ack;
}

$creditCardNumber = $_POST['card_number'];
$expiry = $_POST['expire_month'].'/'.
$_POST['expire_year'];
$last_four =
substr($creditCardNumber,strlen($creditCardNumber)-4);

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$cardNumber = 'xxxxxxxxxxxx'.$last_four;
//$_POST['card_number'] = $cardNumber;
if($ack!="SUCCESS") {
//echo $ack;
}else {
// echo $ack ;
}
if($ack=='SUCCESS' ||
$ack=='SUCCESSWITHWARNING') {
if($accomodation==1) {
$result=$dbBean-
>insertRecord('registration', array('title', 'fname','mname', 'lname',
'gender','address', 'email', 'designation','institution', 'country', 'state',
'city','pin','phone_number','mobile_number','fax','reg_type','membership_no','del
egate_name1','delegate_name2','delegate_no','accomodation','category','categor
yhotel','categoryhotel1','hoteloccupancy','checkingdate','checkoutdate','advancea
ccomd','totalpayment','payment_mode',
'transaction_id','transaction_date','ipaddress','card_type','card_number','ccv2','ex
piry'),array($title,$fname,$mname,$lname,$gender,$address, $email,
$designation,$institution,$country,$state,$city,$pin,$phone_number,
$mobile_number,$fax,$reg_type,$membership_no,
$delegate_name1,$delegate_name2,$_POST['delegate_no'],$accomodation,
$category,$categoryhotel,$categoryhotel1,$hoteloccupancy,$checkingdate,
$checkoutdate,$advanceaccomd,$totalpayment,$payment_mode,
$transaction_id,$transaction_date,$ipAddress,$_POST['card_type'],
$_POST['card_number'],$_POST['card_verification_number'],$expiry ));
}else {

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$result=$dbBean-
>insertRecord('registration', array('title', 'fname','mname', 'lname',
'gender','address','email', 'designation','institution', 'country', 'state',
'city','pin','phone_number','mobile_number','fax','reg_type','membership_no','del
egate_name1','delegate_name2','delegate_no','accomodation','totalpayment','pay
ment_mode',
'transaction_id','transaction_date','ipaddress','card_type','card_number','card_ver
ification_number','expiry'),
array($title,$fname,$mname,$lname,
$gender,$address, $email, $designation,$institution,$country,$state,$city,$pin,
$phone_number,$mobile_number,$fax,$reg_type,$membership_no,
$delegate_name1,$delegate_name2,$_POST['delegate_no'],$accomodation,
$totalpayment,$payment_mode, $transaction_id,$transaction_date,$ipAddress,
$_POST['card_type'],$_POST['card_number'],$_POST['ccv2'],$expiry ));
}

//echo 'hello';
$msg='You have been successfully registered !!
';
}else {
$msg="Some problem's occured with credit
card details !! ";
}

}else {

if($accomodation==1) {

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$result=$dbBean->insertRecord('registration',
array('title', 'fname','mname', 'lname', 'gender','address', 'email',
'designation','institution', 'country', 'state',
'city','pin','phone_number','mobile_number','fax','reg_type','membership_no','del
egate_name1','delegate_name2','delegate_no','accomodation','category','categor
yhotel','categoryhotel1','hoteloccupancy','checkingdate','checkoutdate','advancea
ccomd','totalpayment','payment_mode',
'transaction_id','transaction_date'),array($title,$fname,$mname,$lname,$gender,
$address, $email, $designation,$institution,$country,$state,$city,$pin,
$phone_number,$mobile_number,$fax,$reg_type,$membership_no,
$delegate_name1,$delegate_name2,$_POST['delegate_no'],$accomodation,
$category,$categoryhotel,$categoryhotel1,$hoteloccupancy,$checkingdate,
$checkoutdate,$advanceaccomd,$totalpayment,$payment_mode,
$transaction_id,$transaction_date));
}else {
$result=$dbBean->insertRecord('registration',
array('title', 'fname','mname', 'lname', 'gender','address', 'email',
'designation','institution', 'country', 'state',
'city','pin','phone_number','mobile_number','fax','reg_type','membership_no','del
egate_name1','delegate_name2','delegate_no','accomodation','totalpayment','pay
ment_mode', 'transaction_id','transaction_date'),
array($title,$fname,$mname,$lname,
$gender,$address, $email, $designation,$institution,$country,$state,$city,$pin,
$phone_number,$mobile_number,$fax,$reg_type,$membership_no,
$delegate_name1,$delegate_name2,$_POST['delegate_no'],$accomodation,
$totalpayment,$payment_mode, $transaction_id,$transaction_date));
}

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$msg='You have been successfully registered !! ';
}

}else {
$msg="Please Fill Up Required Fields !!";
}
}

?>

Admin Login Form

<?php
require_once '../config.php';
if (isset($_GET['action']) && ($_GET['action'] == 'logout')) {
if(isset($_SESSION['userinfo'])){
session_unset();
}
}else{
if(isset($_SESSION['userinfo'])){
header('Location: dashboard');
}
}

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if (isset($_POST['action']) && ($_POST['action'] == 'login')) {
$username = $_POST['username'];
$password = $_POST['password'];
if (!empty($username) && !empty($password)) {
include_once INCLUDE_BASE . '/lib/DatabaseBean.class.php';
$dbBean = new DatabaseBean();
$result = $dbBean->selectQuery("SELECT * FROM admin_user WHERE
username='$username' AND password='$password'") or print mysql_error();
//echo "SELECT * FROM admin_user WHERE username='$username'
AND password='$password'";
if (($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result))) {
if ($row['username'] == $username && $row['password'] ==
$password) {
$_SESSION['userinfo'] = $row;
header('Location: dashboard');
} else {
$msg = 'Invalid Userame/Password';
}
} else {
$msg = 'Invalid Userame/Password';
}
} else {
$msg = 'Username/Password required';
}
}
?>

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<title>Login Here</title>
<link href="css/main.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
</head>

<body style="background:#ffffff;">

<div class="login-bg">
<form action="" method="post">
<table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="10">
<tr>
<td colspan="3" align="center"><?php echo (isset($msg) ? $msg
: '&nbsp;') ?></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="38%" align="right">User Name</td>
<td colspan="2" align="left"><input type="text"
name="username" id="username" class="text_fd" /></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="right">Password</td>
<td colspan="2" align="left"><input type="password"
name="password" id="password" class="text_fd" /></td>

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</tr>
<tr>
<td align="right">&nbsp;</td>
<td width="26%" align="left"><input type="hidden"
name="action" value="login"/>
<input type="image" name="login" id="imageField"
src="../../images/login/submit.png"/></td>
<td width="36%" align="center" valign="baseline">Forgot your
password? </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan="3" align="center">&nbsp;</td>
</tr>
</table></form>
</div>
</body>
</html>

Admin Database Query

<?php
class DatabaseBean {
private $dbHost=DB_HOST;
private $dbName=DB_NAME;
private $dbUser=DB_USER;

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private $dbPass=DB_PASS;
private $connection;
private $show=false;
private $doescape=true;
//Constructor
public function __construct() {
$this->openConnection();
$this->doescape=!(ini_get('magic_quotes_gpc'));
}
//Destructor
public function __destruct() {
}
//Opens Database Connection
public function openConnection() {
$this->connection=mysql_connect($this->dbHost, $this->dbUser, $this-
>dbPass);
if($this->connection)
mysql_select_db($this->dbName,$this->connection);
else
echo "Database connection faliuer";
}
//Queries
public function insertRecord($table,$fields,$values) {
$result=null;
if(count($fields)<=0) {
die($this->err01);
}

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if(count($fields)!=count($values)) {
die($this->err02);
}else {
$query="INSERT INTO ".$table;
$f="(";
$v="(";
for($i=0;$i<count($fields);$i++) {
$p=(($i+1)<count($fields)?",":")");
$f=$f.$fields[$i].$p;
$v=$v."'".($this->doescape?mysql_real_escape_string($values[$i],
$this->connection):$values[$i])."'".$p;
}
$query=$query." ".$f." VALUES ".$v;
$result=$this->insertQuery($query)or print mysql_error();
}
return $result;
}
public function insertBatchRecords($table,$fields,$values,$doescape=true) {
$query="INSERT INTO ".$table;
$f="(";
for($i=0;$i<count($fields);$i++) {
$p=(($i+1)<count($fields)?",":")");
$f=$f.$fields[$i].$p;
}
$v=$this->getPreparedValue($values);
$query=$query." ".$f." VALUES ".$v;
//echo $query;

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return $this->insertQuery($query);
}
public function insertQuery($query) {
if($this->show)echo "<br/>".$query;
mysql_query($query,$this->connection)or print mysql_error();
$result['id']=mysql_insert_id($this->connection)or print mysql_error();
$result['rows']=mysql_affected_rows($this->connection)or print
mysql_error();
return $result;
}
private function getPreparedValue($values) {
$vQuery='';
for($i=0;$i<count($values);$i++) {
$p=count($values[$i]);
$v="(";
for($j=0;$j<count($values[$i]);$j++) {
$p=(($j+1)<count($values[$i])?",":")");
$v=$v."'".($this->doescape?mysql_real_escape_string($values[$i]
[$j],$this->connection):$values[$i][$j])."'".$p;
}
$vQuery=$vQuery.$v.((($i+1)<count($values))?',':'');
}
return $vQuery;
}
/******************************************Finish Insert
Queries************************************************/

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public function updateRecord($table,array $fields,array $values,
$condition=1) {
if(count($fields)!=count($values)) {
throw new Exception('FieldValues Mismatch::Fields and values must be
equal!');
}
$v="";
for($i=0;$i<count($fields);$i++) {
$p=(($i+1)<count($fields)?", ":" ");
$v=$v."`".$fields[$i]."`='".($this->doescape?
mysql_real_escape_string($values[$i],$this->connection):$values[$i])."'".$p;
}
$query="UPDATE $table SET $v WHERE $condition";
return $this->updateQuery($query);
}
public function updateQuery($query) {
if($this->show)echo "<br/>".$query;
mysql_query($query,$this->connection)or print mysql_error();
$result['rows']=mysql_affected_rows($this->connection)or print
mysql_error();
return $result;
}
public function deleteQuery($query) {
if($this->show)echo "<br/>".$query;
mysql_query($query,$this->connection)or print mysql_error();
$result['rows']=mysql_affected_rows($this->connection)or print
mysql_error();

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return $result;
}
/*public function getRecords($table,$fields=null,$condition=null,
$orderBy=null,$groupBy=null)
{
$result;
return $result;
}
*/ public function selectQuery($query) {
if($this->show)echo "<br/>".$query;
$result=mysql_query($query,$this->connection);
return $result;
}

function SelectRecord($result) {
$table_result=array();
$r=0;
while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) {
$arr_row=array();
$c=0;
while ($c < mysql_num_fields($result)) {
$col = mysql_fetch_field($result, $c);
$arr_row[$col -> name] = $row[$col -> name];
$c++;
}
$table_result[$r] = $arr_row;
$r++;

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}
return $table_result;
}
/**
*Procedure Calling
* @param <type> $show
*/
public function callProcedure($procName) {
if($this->show)echo "<br/>".$query;
$query="CALL $procName";
return $this->selectQuery($query);
}
public function printAllQueries($show) {
$this->show=$show;
}
/**********************************Transaction
Implementation******************************************
*Table Type Must be INNODB OR BDB
*ISAM or MyISAM do not allow transaction facility
*/
public function transactionBegin() {
mysql_query('SET AUTOCOMMIT=0',$this->connection)or print
mysql_error();
//mysql_query('SET COLLATION_SERVER...',$this->connection);
mysql_query('START TRANSACTION',$this->connection)or print
mysql_error();
}

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public function affactQuery($query) {
$result=mysql_query($query)or print mysql_error();
return $result;
}

function currency($from_Currency,$to_Currency,$amount) {
$amount = urlencode($amount);
$from_Currency = urlencode($from_Currency);
$to_Currency = urlencode($to_Currency);
$url = "http://www.google.com/ig/calculator?
hl=en&q=$amount$from_Currency=?$to_Currency";
$ch = curl_init();
$timeout = 0;
curl_setopt ($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
curl_setopt ($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERAGENT , "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible;
MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1)");
curl_setopt ($ch, CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT, $timeout);
$rawdata = curl_exec($ch);
curl_close($ch);
$data = explode('"', $rawdata);
$data = explode(' ', $data['3']);
$var = $data['0'];
return round($var,2);
}

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public function transactionEnd($isComplete) {
if($isComplete===true) {
mysql_query('COMMIT',$this->connection)or print mysql_error();
}else {
mysql_query('ROLLBACK',$this->connection)or print mysql_error();
}
mysql_query('SET AUTOCOMMIT=1',$this->connection)or print
mysql_error();
}
//Errors
private $err01='Cause:FieldsNotFound<br>Number of fields must be greater
than 0';
private $err02='Cause:FieldsAndValuesMismatch<br>Number of fields and
values must be equal';
}
?>

Add Poduct Category

<?php
require_once '../../config.php';
include_once INCLUDE_BASE .'/lib/DatabaseBean.class.php';
$dbBean = new DatabaseBean();
if(isset($_GET['action']) && $_GET['action']=='update' && isset($_GET['id'])
&& $_GET['id']!=''){

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$id=$_GET['id'];
$query="SELECT name, status, description WHERE id='$id'";
$result=$dbBean->selectQuery($query)or print mysql_error();
if($row=mysql_fetch_assoc($result)){
$category_id=$row['category_id'];
$name=$row['name'];
$description=$row['description'];
$status=$row['status'];
}
}
if(isset($_POST['save'])){
$id=(isset($_POST['id'])?$_POST['id']:'');
$name=$_POST['name'];
$status=$_POST['status'];
$description=$_POST['description'];

if(isset($id) && $id!='') {


$dbBean->updateQuery("UPDATE product_categories SET
category_id='$category_id', name='$name',
description='$description',status='$status' WHERE id='$id'") or print
mysql_error();
$updated=true;
}else{
$dbBean->insertRecord('product_categories', array('name','status',
'description'), array($name,$status,$description));
}

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if(mysql_affected_rows()>0){
header('Location: '.(isset($referrer)?$referrer:'index.php').'?
msg=Record has been '.($updated?'updated':'added').' at id:'.($updated?
$id:mysql_insert_id()));
}else{
$msg='No update detected!!';
}

}else{
$msg='Required field must not be empty';
}
?>

<?php include '../includes/header.php';?>


<div class="container">
<div class="row1" align="right">Add Image</div>
<div class="content-container" align="left">
<form id="form2" name="form2" method="post" action="">
<table width="50%" border="0" align="center" cellpadding="5"
cellspacing="5">
<tr>
<td width="43%" align="left">Name</td>
<td width="57%"><input type="text" name="name" id="name" /></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Description</td>
<td><input type="text" name="description" id="description" /></td>

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</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Status</td>
<td><input type="text" name="status" id="status" /></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">&nbsp;</td>
<td><input type="submit" name="save" id="button" value="Save" /></td>
</tr>
</table>
</form>
</div>
</div>
<?php include '../includes/footer.php';?>

Show Categories
<?php include '../includes/header.php'; ?>
<div class="container">
<div class="row1"></div>
<div class="content-container" align="left">
<table border="0" width="100%">
<tbody>
<tr>
<td><?php echo isset($msg) ? $msg : ''; ?></td>
<td><a href="add.php">Add Category</a></td>

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</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan="2">
<?php
require_once '../../config.php';
include_once INCLUDE_BASE .'/lib/DatabaseBean.class.php';
require_once INCLUDE_BASE . '/lib/ui/PXTable.class.php';
$dbBean = new DatabaseBean();
$pTable = new PXTable($dbBean, '../../includes', '', true);
$pTable->setRecordsPerPage(20);
$pTable->setSpaceNPade(1, 1);
$pTable->setColumnAlignment(array('center;width: 50px;',
'left;width: 100px;', 'left;width: 50px', 'left;', 'center;width: 80px', 'center;width:
80px', 'center;width: 80px', 'center;width: 80px', 'center;width: 100px',
'center;width: 80px', 'center;width: 80px', 'center;width:80px', 'center;width:
80px', 'center;width: 80px'));
$pTable->showTable('SELECT name AS Name, status AS
Status, description AS `Description` FROM product_categories');
?>
</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>

</div>
</div>
<?php include '../includes/footer.php'; ?>

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Admin Add Product

<?php
require_once '../../config.php';
include_once INCLUDE_BASE .'/lib/DatabaseBean.class.php';
$dbBean = new DatabaseBean();
if(isset($_GET['action']) && $_GET['action']=='update' && isset($_GET['id'])
&& $_GET['id']!=''){
$id=$_GET['id'];
$query="SELECT name, description, status, sku, color, featured, price,
special_price_from, special_price_to, manage_stock, stock_qty, stock_status
WHERE id='$id'";
$result=$dbBean->selectQuery($query)or print mysql_error();
if($row=mysql_fetch_assoc($result)){
$category_id=$row['category_id'];
$name=$row['name'];
$description=$row['description'];
$status=$row['status'];
$sku=$row['sku'];
$color=$row['color'];
$featured=$row['featured'];

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//$new_date_from=$row['new_date_from'];
//$new_date_to=$row['new_date_to'];
//$weight=$row['weight'];
$price=$row['price'];
//$special_price=$row['special_price'];
$special_price_from=$row['special_price_from'];
$special_price_to=$row['special_price_to'];
//$min_qty_allowed=$row['min_qty_allowed'];
//$max_qty_allowed=$row['max_qty_allowed'];
$manage_stock=$row['manage_stock'];
$stock_qty=$row['stock_qty'];
$stock_status=$row['stock_status'];
}
}
if(isset($_POST['save'])){
$id=(isset($_POST['id'])?$_POST['id']:'');
$category_id=$_POST['category_id'];
$name=$_POST['name'];
$description=$_POST['description'];
$status=$_POST['status'];
$sku=$_POST['sku'];
$color=$_POST['color'];
$featured=$_POST['featured'];
//$new_date_from=$_POST['new_date_from'];
//$new_date_to=$_POST['new_date_to'];
//$weight=$_POST['weight'];
$price=$_POST['price'];

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//$special_price=$_POST['special_price'];
$special_price_from=$_POST['special_price_from'];
$special_price_to=$_POST['special_price_to'];
//$min_qty_allowed=$row['min_qty_allowed'];
//$max_qty_allowed=$row['max_qty_allowed'];
$manage_stock=$_POST['manage_stock'];
$stock_qty=$_POST['stock_qty'];
$stock_status=$_POST['stock_status'];
if($name!='' && $sku!=''){
if(isset($id) && $id!='') {
$dbBean->updateQuery("UPDATE product SET
category_id='$category_id', name='$name',
description='$description',status='$status',sku='$sku',color='$color',featured='$f
eatured',price='$price',special_price_from='$special_price_from',special_price_
to='$special_price_to',
manage_stock='$manage_stock',stock_qty='$stock_qty',stock_status='$stock_st
atus' WHERE id='$id'") or print mysql_error();
$updated=true;
}else{
$dbBean->insertRecord('product', array('category_id','name',
'description', 'status', 'sku', 'color', 'featured', 'price',
'special_price_from','special_price_to','manage_stock','stock_qty','stock_status')
, array($category_id,$name,$description,$status,$sku,$color,$featured,$price,
$special_price_from,$special_price_to,$manage_stock,$stock_qty,
$stock_status));
}
if(mysql_affected_rows()>0){

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header('Location: '.(isset($referrer)?$referrer:'index.php').'?
msg=Record has been '.($updated?'updated':'added').' at id:'.($updated?
$id:mysql_insert_id()));
}else{
$msg='No update detected!!';
}
}
}else{
$msg='Required field must not be empty';
}
?>

<?php include '../includes/header.php';?>


<div class="container">
<div class="row1"><span style="float:left;"><?php echo (isset($msg)?
$msg:'');?></span><a style="float: right;" href="product_image.php">Add
Image</a></div>
<div class="content-container" align="left">
<form id="form2" name="form2" method="post" action="">
<table width="50%" border="0" align="center" cellpadding="5"
cellspacing="5">
<tr>
<td width="43%" align="left">Category</td>
<td width="57%">
<select name="category_id">
<option value="">Select</option>
<?php

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$cres=$dbBean->selectQuery("SELECT id,name FROM
product_categories WHERE status=1") or print mysql_error();
if($cres){
while(($row= mysql_fetch_assoc($cres))){
?>
<option value="<?php echo $row['id']?>" <?php echo
((isset($category_id) && $row['id']==$category_id)?'selected="selected"':'')?
>><?php echo $row['name']?></option>
<?php }
} ?>
</select>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="43%" align="left">Name</td>
<td width="57%"><input type="text" name="name" id="name" /></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left" valign="top">Description</td>
<td><textarea name="description" id="description"></textarea></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Status</td>
<td>
<select name="status" id="status">
<option value="1">Enable</option>
<option value="0">Disable</option>

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</select>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">SKU</td>
<td><input type="text" name="sku" id="sku" /></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Color</td>
<td><input type="text" name="color" id="color" /></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Featured</td>
<td>
<select name="featured" id="featured">
<option value="0">No</option>
<option value="1">Yes</option>
</select>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Price</td>
<td><input type="text" name="price" id="price" /></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Special Price From</td>

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<td><input type="text" name="special_price_from" id="special_price_from"
/></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Special Price To</td>
<td><input type="text" name="special_price_to" id="special_price_to"
/></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Manage Stock</td>
<td>
<select name="manage_stock" id="manage_stock">
<option value="0">No</option>
<option value="1">Yes</option>
</select>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Stock Quantity</td>
<td><input type="text" name="stock_qty" id="stock_qty" value="0" /></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">Stock Status</td>
<td>
<select name="stock_status" id="stock_status">
<option value="0">Empty</option>
<option value="1">Available</option>

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</select>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">&nbsp;</td>
<td><input type="submit" name="save" id="button" value="Save" /></td>
</tr>
</table>
</form>
</div>
</div>
<?php include '../includes/footer.php';?>

Admin Show Product

<?php include '../includes/header.php'; ?>


<div class="container">
<div class="row1"></div>
<div class="content-container" align="left">
<table border="0" width="100%">
<tbody>
<tr>
<td><?php echo isset($msg) ? $msg : ''; ?></td>
<td>
<a href="add.php">Add Product</a> |

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<a href="add.php">Update Product</a>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan="2">
<?php
require_once '../../config.php';
include_once INCLUDE_BASE .'/lib/DatabaseBean.class.php';
require_once INCLUDE_BASE . '/lib/ui/PXTable.class.php';
$dbBean = new DatabaseBean();
$pTable = new PXTable($dbBean, '../../includes', '', true);
$pTable->setRecordsPerPage(20);
$pTable->setSpaceNPade(1, 1);
$pTable->setColumnAlignment(array('center;width: 50px;',
'left;width: 100px;', 'left;width: 50px', 'left;', 'center;width: 80px', 'center;width:
80px', 'center;width: 80px', 'center;width: 80px', 'center;width: 100px',
'center;width: 80px', 'center;width: 80px', 'center;width:80px', 'center;width:
80px', 'center;width: 80px'));
// $pTable->showTable('SELECT CONCAT(\'<a href="view.php?
id=\',id,\'">\',name,\'</a>\') AS Name, description AS Description, status AS
Status, sku AS SKU, color AS Color, featured AS Featured, new_date_from AS
`New Date From`,new_date_to AS `New Date To`, weight AS Weight, price AS
Price, special_price AS `Special Price`, special_price_from AS `Special Price
From`, special_price_to AS `Special Price To`, cost AS Cost, min_qty_allowed
AS `Min Qty Allowed`, max_qty_allowed AS `Max Qty Allowed`,
manage_stock AS `Manage Stock`, stock_qty AS `Stock Qty`, stock_status AS
`Stock Status` FROM product');

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$pTable->showTable('SELECT CONCAT(\'<a href="view.php?
id=\',id,\'">\',name,\'</a>\') AS Name, CASE status WHEN 0 THEN \'Disabled\'
WHEN 1 THEN \'Enabled\' END AS Status, sku AS SKU, color AS Color,
featured AS Featured, price AS Price, special_price_from AS `Special Price
From`, special_price_to AS `Special Price To`, manage_stock AS `Manage
Stock`, stock_qty AS `Stock Qty`, stock_status AS `Stock Status` FROM
product');
?>
</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>
</div>
</div>
<?php include '../includes/footer.php'; ?>

Code Efficiency

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T
he code has been designed using features of PHP 5.0so as to reduce
coding and generate more efficient code. This has been accomplished
by using module facility of PHP 5.0. Here in functions once have
been defined and used in different places for automatic uploading of code.
To generation of the order number uses the function written in the module
‘GrainMod’ and it is used in the order form of purchase and sales.
In the program whenever we applying the coding to check the input form if
character value is needed then numeric or special characters can’t be given. If
numeric or special characters are pressed then at the moment the message box
appear to show the warning that “only character values are accepted”. This will
be followed in the case of numeric values. If any entry is blank in the form then
an error message will be produced that “Please fill all details”.
If the linking is not proper means if the connectivity is not possible then at ones
it displays the message that “Access is not properly work”. In the date is
selected using date picker tool and format of this is defined in which it will be
stored in the table. So there is no need to enter the date only select.
If any user missed its password and want to use the program then an error
message will be generated that password is wrong.
If administrator wants to see the report (say, the purchases in a month) then the
administrator will be able to see the reports as quickly as possible, which is
done in this project.
Since this software handles all the expected or unexpected errors and never
crashes and also gives the results in time, it is said to be code efficient.

Optimization of Code

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O
ptimization is examining the application’s performance, and then
making decisions about which part of the code to modify to enhance
that performance. Performance refers to

 Algorithm performance
 Image size (disk space)
 Memory utilization
 Network performance
 User interface performance

Most of the time, we will not be able to optimize for individual performance
characteristic. For example, optimizing to reduce the compiled size of an
executable (called the image) typically reduces execution speed, and
optimization for speed often results in an increased disk image size.

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Testing
There are several validationchecks,which have been used in myproject.
 At the very first screen (Splash Screen), ‘Have a Floppy’
Button is used to enter in to the software without typing ‘UserName’
and ‘Password’. If any one pressed this button and not inserted the
floppy, then a message box is appeared alerting the user for ‘No
Floppy in Drive’.
 In all over the project each textbox accepts only those
characters and keys which are allowed.
 In text type fields only a-z, A-Z, Enter, Space, and
BackSpace keys are valid.
 In Numeric type fields only 0-9, Enter, Space, and
BackSpace keys are valid.
 In Mixed type fields only 0-9, a-z, A-Z, Enter, Space, and
BackSpace keys are valid.
 At the time of saving all of the fields are checked for Nil
value (as required).
 In all of the entry forms if we press ‘Add New’ Button, the

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Navigation buttons disables. After saving the record, navigation
buttons are enabled.
 Firm Name and Item Name is chosen from the list, so that
no errors in choosing.
 In the order received form if the order is completed, ‘Add
New’ Button is disabled.
 Similarly in order dispatched form, if all items are
dispatched, ‘Add New’ Button is disabled.
 In Payments form if balance is ‘0’ (Zero) then ‘Add New’
Button is disabled.
 In the Same form if Amount paid by Cheque or Draft is ‘0’
(Zero) then it is not necessary to enter Cheque or Draft details.

Testing Techniques

S
oftware testing is one of the most important activities in the Software
Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Almost every organization is now
using disciplined test planning and some objective criteria. Almost
every project that is designed up to its fulfillment is said to be technically
incorrect or in other terms abortive until unless it passes the testing phase. The
development of any software system via the human source is undoubtedly error
prone, thus the errors which are occurring in the midst of the programs have to
be seriously dealt with and for this testing is essential. In fact testing is one step
in the software engineering process that is generally considered to be
destructive rather than constructive.

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The development of systems involves a series of production activities where
opportunities for injection of human fallibility are enormous. Errors may begin
to occur at every inception of the process where the objective may be
erroneously or imperfectly specified as well as later design and development
stages. Because of human inability to perform and communicate with
perfection, software development is accomplished by quality assurance activity.
The increasing visibility of software as a system element and attendant costs
associated with the software failure are motivating forces for well planned
through testing.

Software Testing Fundamentals:

D
uring earlier definition and development phases, the engineer
attempts to build software from a concept to a tangible
implementation. Here is where the testing gets involved. The
engineer creates a series of test cases that are intended to demolish the software
that has been built. Testing requires that the developer discard preconceived
notion of the ‘correctness’ of the software just developed and overcome a
conflict of the interest that occurs when the error is uncovered.

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White Box Testing:
White box testing is also called Glass Box Testing, it is a test case design
method that used control structure of the procedural design to derive test cases,
using White box
testing methods the software engineer can derive test cases that

 Guarantee that all independent paths within a module have been


exercised at least once.
 Exercise all logical decisions on their true or false side.
 Execute all loops at their boundaries and within their operational
bounds.
 Exercise internal data structure to ensure their validity.

White box testing is done in this project.

Black Box Testing :

B
lack box testing is also called behavioral testing, focuses on the
functional requirements of the software. That is Black box testing
enables the software engineer to derive sets of input conditions that
will fully exercise all functional requirements for a program. It is approach that
is likely to uncover a different class of errors than white box testing methods.
Black box testing alludes to test that are conducted at the software interface,
Black box tests are used to demonstrates that software functions are operational,

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input is properly accepted and output is correctly produced and the integrity of
external information is maintained. Black box testing attempts to finds errors in
the following categories:
 Incorrect or missing functions
 Interface errors
 Errors in data structure or external database access
 Behaviors or performance errors
 Initialization and termination errors.

Black box testing is performed in this project, in which it is tested that software
accepts input correctly and it produces output according to our needs.
Functional validity is tested and finds it is corrected as our need, performances
of our software are acceptable, and inputting invalid data our software produces
error messages.

Testing Stratigies

A
number of testing strategies have been proposed, all provide the
software developer. With a template for testing and all have the
following generic characteristics –
 Testing begins at the component level and work “outward” towards the
integration of the entire computer based system.
 Different testing techniques are appropriate at different points in time.
 The developer of the software and an independent group conducts
testing.

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Unit Testing:
Unit testing focuses verification effort on the smallest unit of software design
the software components or module… in unit testing different module are tested
against the specifications produced during design for the module. Unit testing is
essentially for verification of the code produces during the coding phase and
hence the goal is to test the internal logic of the modules. A module is
considered for integration and used by others only after it has been unit tested
satisfactory. In unit testing test of data flow across a module interface are
required before any other test is initiated. If data do not enter and exit properly,
all other tests are moot. Selective testing of execution of paths is an essential
task during the unit test cases should be designed to uncover errors due to
erroneous computations, incorrect comparison or improper control flow basis
path and loop testing are effective techniques for uncovering a broad array of
path errors.

Test cases should be uncover errors such as

 Comparison of different data types.


 Incorrect logical operators or precedence.
 Expectation of equality when precision errors make equality
unlikely.
 Incorrect comparison of variables.
 Improper or nonexistent loop termination.
 Failure to exit when divergent iteration is encountered.
 Improper modified loop variable.

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O ur project has several modules and each module has passed through
unittesting :

Integration Testing
The Integration testing of our project is divided into following test phases –
 User interaction
 Data manipulation
 Display processing
 Database management

To do the above test phases we apply the following criteria.

Interface integrity- Internal and External interfaces are tested as each module
is incorporated into the structure.

Functional validity- Tests designed to uncover functional errors are conducted.

Information content- Tests designed to uncover errors associated with local or


global data structures are conducted.

Performance- The System being on line is a critical application both in terms


of efficiency and performance. Since the system involves on line
data access for various purposes, response time would be a critical
factor.

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T
ests designed to verify performance bounds established during
software design are conducted. Facility will have to be provided for
multiple archival in case of important data, which should not be lost.
Selected data purging will also have to be undertaken to ensure that redundant
data dose not occupy unnecessary space on the disk or on the back up media. A
methodology for the same would have to be evolved to ensure that no useful
data is purged by mistake.

Implementation

 MAINTENANCE
 SECURITY MEASURES TAKEN
 COST ESTIMATION OF PROJECT
 PERT CHART & GANTT CHART
 FUTURE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT

Maintainence

S
oftware maintenance is an extremely important activity. The activity is
defined as ‘the process of modifying existing operational software
while leaving its primary function intact’.

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It is useful to divide software maintenance into two categories –
 Software updates - which results in a changed functional specification
for the software.
 Software repair – which leaves the functional specification intact.
However, good or efficient software may be there is always a possibility of
modification due to change in the user requirements and change in technology.
The important thing is that the system developed should be flexible to
accommodate any future enhancements. This project is user-friendly and built
to the requirements of the client so that there occur not any problem
whatsoever. The project entails the user needs for the purpose of Computerized
Registration.
H/W maintenance: The AMC (Annual Maintenance Cost) is given to the
Hardware providing firm. It is renewed every year for only few hundred rupees.
S/W maintenance: I (developer) am responsible for loading the software and I
will provide the free maintenance of this software for one year but this does not
include future up gradation. I am responsible for making any minor changes in
the software. These changes should not change the functional requirements
described in the SRS such as changing password or adding users.

Security Measures Taken

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S
ecurity of software – The system is protected to unauthorized
alteration by using Identification name and Password method. These
users are of mainly two types- admin (administrator) and user.
Passwords of the user and administrator were aesthetically kept at least four
characters long and not easily guessable though at the development time this
was avoided and it was only shared with database administrator and asked to
change from time to time.
In daily uses, at the time of entering the password, it is quite possible that
many persons are there with the user and it is also possible that someone
stolen that password by seeing the keyboard. I have decided a new way to
solve this problem, which is influenced by a ‘Smartcard’ Technology. In this
technique a Floppy is used as the authentication media. User Name and
Password is kept in a file in Encrypted form which is unreadable to any
person.

B
ackups were designed in proper manner. This includes Access
backup and file system backup. On one button click system creates
the backup of all the tables with the help of the access backup utility
and creates a file ‘expdat.dmp’.

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Security requirements palace restrictions on the use of certain commands,
control access to data, provide different kinds of access requirements for
different people require the use of password, and cryptography techniques and
maintain a log of activities in the system. Security of software is crucial for
securing confidential information such as passwords. So we have a
responsibility to protect this information. Needless to say information like
password if stolen can cause you serious problem.

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PERT Chart for Online Shopping
PERT, which stands for project evaluation and Review Technique,
was developed n the late 1950s to plan and control large weapons development
projects for the U.S Navy. It was develop to make clear the intedependence of
project tasks when projects are being scheduled. Essentially, PERT is a graphic
networking technique.
Let’s take a closer look at PERT charts, what they are, how to draw
them, and how to use them. we should be made aware that different PERT
discussions and computer products use different terminology. PERT definitions
and symbols: On PERT charts, projects can be organized in terms of events and
tasks. An event also called a milestone- represents a point in time, such as the
start or completion of a task or tasks.

A variety of symbols circles, squares and the like—have been used


to depict events on PERT charts. We will use small circles, often called
nodes, to represent an event. Each node is divided into three sections. The
left half of the node includes an event identification number. This number
is usually keyed to a legend that explicitly defines the event. The upper and
lower right hand quarters of the node are used to record the earliest and
latest completion times for the event. Instead of dates, time is counted from
TIME=0, where 0 corresponds to the date on which the project is started.
Every PERT chart has one beginning node that represents the start of the
project and one end node that represents the completion of the project. A
PERT chart is a graph-based chart. It can be used to determine the

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activities that from the “critical path”, which if delayed will cause the
overall project to delay. The PERT chart for the project is:

Preliminary
Investigation Operational Economic
Feasibility Feasibility I/O Design
2
4 5 25
7

0 5 5
10 10
1

8 8
Begin
3
Prototype

6
Technical Database
Feasibility SRS Design 8
Specification
16

White Box
Testing
77
9
1 Optimisation
1 6 Coding 51
Alpha 98 Of Code
Testing 3
1
1 0
3
70

1
Beta 2
Testing
Black Box
1 107 Testing
4

5
It is An Ongoing
Process
112
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Total No. of days for completion of the Project  ­112 (Days)

Gantt Chart for Online Shopping

G
antt charts are a project planning tool that can be used to represent
the timing of tasks required to complete a project. Gantt chart is
simple to understand and easy to construct, they are used by most
project managers for all but the most complex projects.
As the project progresses, the chart is updated by filling in the bars to a
length proportional to the fraction of work that has been accomplished on the
task. This way, one can get a quick reading of project progress by drawing a
vertical line through the chart at the current date. Completed tasks lie to the left
of the line and are completely filled in. Current tasks cross the line and are
behind schedule if their filled-in section is to the left of the line and ahead of
schedule if the filled-in section stops to the right of the line. Future tasks lie
completely to the right of the line.

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Often the project has important events which you would like to appear on
the project timeline, but which are not tasks. For example, you may wish to
highlight when a prototype is complete or the date of a design review.

Activities Weeks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1.Fact Finding

2.Requirement
Analysis

3.Designing

4.Coding

5.Testing
6.Implementation

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Future Scope Of This Project

On
be: -
line Shopping Initial functional requirements will

 Secure registration and profile management facilities for Customers


 Browsing through the e-shop to see the items that are there in each
category of products like Apparel, Kitchen accessories, Bath accessories,
Food items etc.

 Adequate searching mechanisms for easy and quick access to particular


products and services.

 Creating a Shopping cart so that customers can shop ‘n’ no. of items and
checkout finally with the entire shopping carts

 Customers should be able to mail the Shop about the items they would like
to see in the Shop

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 Regular updates to registered users of the website about new arrivals.

 Secured mechanism for checking out from the Shop (Credit card verification
mechanism)

 Updates to customers about the recently added items in the shop through
various mechanisms.

 Uploading ‘Most Purchased’ Items in each category of products in the Shop


like Apparel, Kitchen accessories, Bath accessories, Food items etc.

 Strategic data and graphs for Administrators and Shop owners about the
items that are popular in each category and age group

 Give special discounts to Premier customers

 Shop employees are responsible for internal affairs like processing orders,
assure home delivery, getting customer's delivery-time feedback, updating
order's status and answering client's queries online.

 Feedback mechanism, so that customers can give feedback for the product
or service which they have purchased. Also facility rating of individual
products by relevant customers. Also feedback can be given on the
performance of particular vendors and the entire shop as well.

 Adequate payment mechanism and gateway for all popular credit cards,
cheques and other relevant payment options, as available from time to time.

Initial non functional requirements will be: -

 Secure access of confidential data (user’s details). SSL can be used.


 24 X 7 availability

 Better component design to get better performance at peak time

 Flexible service based architecture will be highly desirable for future


extension

 Advertisement space where it will effectively catch the customer’s attention


and as a source of revenue.

Initial reporting needs that are to be answered will be: -

o Category wise items that are sold more and the brand names for the same
o Which brand is more popular in each category of products

o Who are the customers who visit often( to facilitate them by making them
Premier customers )

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o Discounts given to the Premier customers

In addition to the above mentioned points, due to the highly evolving nature of the
project, the following are planned to be delivered if deemed necessary:

Warehousing within the very ambits of the project


More payment gateways.

Dynamic price model by which prices can be changed based on demand and
supply

Dynamic Storefront: Each customer had a Web page personalized based on


his or her recent purchases. This is the equivalent of having a unique
storefront for each customer in hopes of drawing in as many return
customers as possible.

REPORT & QUERIES

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Reports provide the most flexible way of viewing & printing information

in your database. They enable you to display detailed information in almost any
format. Reports take information from other object of your database & then
organize that information according to your instructions.
Database is a combination of tables, queries, form & reports. So, queries
are the medium to access selective information in the table or forms & finally
generate a report i.e. output of query.
The current system can be extended to allow the users to create accounts and
save products in to wish list.

The users could subscribe for price alerts which would enable them to receive
messages when price for products fall below a particular level.

The current system is confined only to the shopping cart process. It can be
extended to have an easy to use check out pro cess.

Users can have multiple shipping and billing information saved. During
checkout they can use the drag and drop feature to select shipping and billing
information.

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Designing

Online Shopping

Home Page

Product View

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Product Checkout

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ADMIN LOGIN

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Manage Category

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Manage Product

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B ibliography

i. SOFTWARE ENGINEERING – A PRACTIONER’S


APPROACH:Roger S Pressman
ii. AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING:
Pankaj Jalote
iii. DATABASE SYSTEM CONCEPTS:Abraham Sinberschats, Henery F.
Korth & S. Sudarshan
iv. PHP 5.06.0: Peter Norton

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REFRENCES

T
o prepare this project, the following books and websites have been
referred. This project would not have been complete without the help
of these books and matter from the internet.
BOOKS
 HTML4 In 24 Hrs (Tec media Publication)
---Dick Oliver
 Software Engineering
---Pressman
 HTML, DHTML ,Java Script
---Ivan Bayross
 Php In 24 Hrs (Tec media Publication)
---Mical Albert
 Php Manual
---Robert Desuja
 MY SQL The Complete Reference
----George Koch

 Managing and using MySQL, O’Reilly & Associates


 Principles of Web Design, Course Technology
 Professional Web Design: Designs and Templates, Firewall media

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