2. FEASIBILITY STUDY
b) PROBLEM STATEMENT
c) FORMULATION OF SOLUTION STRATEGIES and
d) ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATE SOLUTIONS
3. REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS
a) HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
b) SRS DOCUMENT
i. SOFTWARE MODEL
ii. ARCHITECTURAL PATTERN
iii. DESIGN PATTERN
iv. SCOPE AND PROCESS
v. OUTLINE OF ANALYZED PROCESSES
4. SYSTEM DESIGN
a) PROJECT SYNOPSIS
c) UML DIAGRAMS
i. USECASE DIAGRAMS
ii. CLASS DIAGRAMS
iii. SEQUENCE DIAGRAMS
d) DATABASE DESIGN
➢ Name of the Project: e-Ticketing
The Ultimate motto of the project addresses all the problems that were faced by the current traveling agencies. Coming to the feasibility aspect the current project focuses on 1) Economical Feasibility
2) Technical Feasibility
3) Operational Feasibility
➢ Deliverables/ Functional Specification:-
1. Current Administrators
2. Current Agents
4. Details of the services.
5. Timings, Source, Destination details.
The application should be secured with different levels of access control. INITIAL INVESTIGATION
Project Request and Problem initialization
The first step in System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is the identification of need. The user request identifies the need for change and authorizes the initial investigation. The objective is to determine whether the request is valid and feasible. The outcome of the initial investigation is the presentation of results called project proposal. An acceptance signature on the project proposal by the authorized person and its acceptance by the MIS department makes it a formal agreement to proceed with the detailed analysis and design of the candidate system.
This project is basically about the “e-Ticketing” for “xxxxxxxxxx”.
The existing procedure of “e-Ticketing” was done locally respective to the travelling agency, looking up and checking the various details of different services in different places was a tedious and cumbersome process. It was even error prone and definitely not a pleasant task to perform.
There are many problems involved in the existing system and has the following limitations- • Time consuming (All process was done involving manually). • Lack of integration.
• Difficulty in data processing (Since for each time the customer has to manually involve). • Changing the decision at the last moment is a tedious task. • Difficulty in viewing the service details.
These were the chief reasons for the development of the project.
To alleviate the above lacuna and thus achieving better information retrieval, the organization has decided to introduce the use of “e-Ticketing”
FORMULATION OF SOLUTION STRATEGIES AND ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATE SOLUTIONS
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