Online Blood Banking (Srs)

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SRS FORMAT

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

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

Modules:

1. Admin
2. Donar

1. Admin: This module focuses on the both donars & acceptors. Each member in a donar & acceptor is given a user id and password, which identifies him uniquely. The member is given a login form. he enters the login details user id and password. .. The options given to

• Change Password

• Maintain donar details
• Maintain referral once
• Update donar details
• View Experiances
• Logout
Whenever a user wants to change his / her password he can select the change password option. The system displays the form, which asks him for his old password and new password. The system then compares the old password with the existing password in the database and if they match then the password is set to the new password in the database. The id for retrieving the details from the database is brought through the session, which is maintained using cookies in the form. This removes the burden on user in typing user id again and also maintains security by not allowing one user to change password of other accidentally.

2. Donar:

Each member in a Donar is given a user id and password, which identifies him uniquely. The member is given a login form. he enters the login details user id and password. .. The options given to a each member in a staff are

• Change password
• Find a Blood group.
• Why donate blood
• Who needs blood
• Find A Donar.
• Refer A Friend.
• Logout
Whenever a user wants to change his / her password he can select the change password option. The system displays the form, which asks him for his old password and new password. The system then compares the old password with the existing password in the database and if they match then the password is set to the new password in the database. The employee id for retrieving the details from the database is brought through the session, which is maintained using cookies in the form. This removes the burden on user in typing user id again and also maintains security by not allowing one user to change password of other accidentally.

At the end the user is able to log out from the system using the logout option.

References:
1. “Windows Programming Using MFC”
- Jeff Prosice
2. “MFC Internals”
- Geroge Shepherd
3. “Programming in Microsoft VC++”
- Kruglinnki.
4. “Software Engineering Concepts”
- Pressman
5. “Object Oriented Analysis and Design”
- Rambaugh

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