Online Reservation System

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Chapters

THE PROBLEM AND A REVIEW OF THE RELATED LITERATURE

Introduction
Review of the Related Literature
Conceptual Framework
Theoretical Framework
Background of the Study
Scope and Limitations
Statement of the Problem
Significance of the Study
Definition of Terms

METHOD

Research Design
Participants
Instruments
Procedure
Data Analysis

SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

Screen Design
Proposal Policies
Software Requirements

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Results
Discussion

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

Summary
Conclusion
Recommendation

CHAPTER 1

THE PROBLEM AND THE REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

Introduction

Over the years, the internet has greatly changed the way people use computers and communicate today.  Many Internet terms have become part of people's everyday language and e-mail has added a whole new means through which people can communicate. By the turn of the century, information, including access to the Internet, will be the basis for personal, economic, and political advancement. The popular name for the Internet is the information superhighway. Whether you want to find the latest financial news, browse through library catalogs, exchange information with colleagues, or join in a lively political debate, the Internet is the tool that will take you beyond telephones, faxes, and isolated computers to a burgeoning networked information frontier.  The Internet supplements the traditional tools you use to gather information, Data Graphics, News and correspond with other people. Used skillfully, the Internet shrinks the world and brings information, expertise, and knowledge on nearly every subject imaginable straight to your computer.  Modern day web sites seem to be relying more and more on complex database systems. These systems store all of their critical data, and allow for easy maintenance in some cases. The Structured Query Language (SQL) is a very popular database language, and its standardization makes it quite easy to store, update and access data. One of the most powerful SQL servers out there is called MySQL and surprisingly enough, and it’s free.

Review of Related Literature
To make it more understandable to the readers and to give more proof used in this proposed system, the researchers make inquiries for some related literatures and studies in and out of the country. Foreign Literature

The application of modern information technology dominated so far by the use of Internet websites and online reservation systems, gives competitive advantage to other with same establishment. However, the potential competitive advantage can be transformed into real advantage if only the websites have proper design. As a result, the advocator conducted research on the facts related to the system that might be helpful to its development. Local Literature

Theoretical Framework
The theoretical framework of this study is based on an object oriented approach adapted to program design, the individual components have to be separated. Figure 1
The Theoretical Framework of Database Systems Activities

The Theoretical framework in Figure 1 shows that:
1. The interface inputs the customer registry information which will be used in the Online Reservation System. 2. Saving, deleting, editing, updating were used to configure the program. 3. The database class is used to isolate the location of the databases, making it hard to find in the system.

Conceptual Framework
The conceptual framework that guided the proponent in the design and flow of the objective of the study is illustrated in Figure 2 and 3.
The paradigm shows the existing and the proposed system in JARDIN PRECIOSA PAVILION. In the existing manual system, the first frame or input refers to the customer information and the reservation...
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