Dbms Project Report

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Department of Computer Science

A report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course

CS 513: Data Base System

Submitted by

1MS08CS018 Arjun Patel 1MS08CS023 Avinit Bagri

1MS08CS024 Ayush Rai

1MS08CS025 Ayush Sinhal

Under the guidance of

Mr. Arul Kumar L Lecturer
Computer Science and Engineering MSRIT,Bangalore-560054

Aug – Dec 2010

Department of Computer Science & Engineering
M.S.Ramaiah Institute Of Technology
(Autonomous Institute Affiliated to VTU)
BANGALORE-560054
www.msrit.edu

By Ayush Sinhal Avinit Bagri Ayush Rai Arjun Patel

Acknowledgements ii

1 Introduction 1 General Introduction………………. 1
1.1 Objectives of the project…………… 1
1.2 Current Scope……………………… 1
1.3 Future Scope………………………. 2

2 Software Requirements Specification 2
2.1 Introduction…………. 2
2.2 General Description…. 2
2.2.1 Project Perspective… 2
2.2.2 Product overview 3
2.2.3 End User expectation…. 3
2.2.4 General Constraints… 3
2.2.5 Assumptions and Dependencies… 4
2.3 Specific Requirements 4
2.3.1 Functional Requirements of the end product 4
2.3.2 Software system Requirements… 4
2.3.3 Hardware system Requirements.. 4

3 Data Model Design 5
3.1 Identified Entities, Attributes and Relationship…. 5
3.2 Entity-Relationship Model (E-R Diagram)….. 5
3.3 Relational Schemas….. 6 4 Introduction to Front End Tool 6
4.1 Introduction….. 6
4.2 Limits and Scopes…. 7

5 Conclusion & Future Enhancements 8

6 References 9

7 Screen snapshots 9
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We are very grateful to our Principal Dr.K.Rajanikanth for providing us with an



References: We Have Referred Following Books And Sites For the Project 1) Microsoft Visual Basic Step By Step –Michael Halvorson 2) Information Practices -Sumita Arora Screen Shots

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