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Secured Electronic Voting System


A Project Report for Industrial Training
Submitted by

In the fulfillment for the award of the degree of

B.Tech
in

Stream

College Name
College Logo

At

Ardent Computech Pvt. Ltd.

June-July 2015

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CERTIFICATE FROM SUPERVISOR

This is to certifythat Mr. Chandan Maity, Mr.Indranil Chowdhury, Mr.Yeahtesham


Akbar successfully completed the project titled "Automation of Travel
Agency" under my supervision during the period from February to May
which is in partial fulfillment of requirements for the award of the
Master of Computer Applications and submitted to MCA Department of
Future Institute of Engineering and Management, Kolkata.

Signature and Seal of the Supervisor


Date:

Name & Designation


Project Supervisor

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Acknowledgement
The achievement that is associated with the successful completion of any task would be
incomplete without mentioning the names of those people whose endless cooperation made it
possible. Their constant guidance and encouragement made all our efforts successful.
We take this opportunity to express our deep gratitude towards our project mentor, Mainak
Basu Roy for giving such valuable suggestions, guidance and encouragement during the
development of this project work.
We would like to convey our regards to our college Future Institute of Engineering and
Management and our respected Head of the Department Asst. Professor Anirban
Chakrabarty for giving us such a nice opportunity to work on this project.Last but not the
least we are grateful to all the faculty members of Ardent Computech Pvt. Ltd. for their
support.

Table of Contents
1. Abstract

Page
No
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2. Introduction

6-7

2.1Relevance of the topic

2.2Problem definition

2.3Project objective

6-7

3. Project Category

4. Tools/Platform

7-8

5. Goals of Implementation

6. Methodology (SDLC process applied)

8-9

7. Functional Requirements

9-10

8. Non-Functional Requirements

10-11

9. System Analysis

12-23

9.1 Feasibility

12-13

9.2 Existing System

14

9.3 Proposed System

14

9.4 Data Flow Diagram

14-18

9.5 Use Case Diagram

18-21

9.6 Software Requirements

22

9.6.1 Front End

22

9.6.2 Middle End

22

9.6.3 Application Server

22

9.6.4 Database Server

22

9.7 Hardware Requirements

22-23

10.

Project Planning

23

11.

Project Scheduling

23

12.

System Design

25-40

14.1 Database Design

27-30

14.1.1 ER Diagram
14.2 Table Design
14.2.1 Table Definitions
14.3 Form Design
13.

Coding

27
28
28-30
31
40-50

15.1 Features of language

40-41

15.2 Code

41-50

14.

Testing

51-55

15.

System Security measures

55

16.

Database/Data security

55

17.

Creation of User profiles and access rights

55

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List of Tables
Table No

Table Name

Page

Table 9.1
Table 9.2
Table 9.3
Table 14.1
Table 14.2
Table 14.3
Table 14.4
Table 14.5
Table 14.6

No
Feasibility study
13
Login
20-21
Add election details
21
EVS_TBL_User_Credentials 28
EVS_TBL_User_Profile
28-29
EVS_TBL_Election
29
EVS_TBL_Party
29
EVS_TBL_Candidate
29-30
EVS_TBL_Application
30

Table 14.7
Table 14.8
Table 16.1
Table 16.2
Table 20.1

EVS_TBL_Result
EVS_TBL_Voter_Details
Test case1
Test case2
Cost Estimation

30
30
54
54
56

Figure Name
SDLC Process diagram
CAD
1st level DFD
2nd level DFD
Use case of administrator
Use case of EO
Use case of voter
Gannt chart
Sequence diagram
Class diagram
System design
Deployment diagram
ER diagram
Schema design
Testing process

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14
15-16
17-18
19
19
20
23
24
25
25
26
27
28
52

List of Figures
Figure No
Fig 6.1
Fig 9.1
Fig 9.2
Fig 9.3
Fig 9.4
Fig 9.5
Fig 9.6
Fig 11.1
Fig 12.1
Fig 13.1
Fig 14.1
Fig 14.2
Fig 14.3
Fig 14.4
Fig 16.1

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1. Abstract
The project Electronic Voting Systemtargets to help all the citizens to cast their vote online.
An eligible citizen, who doesnt have a voter id, can request for voter id through this
application. A party or a candidate of party can also register themselves with the help of this
application. A voter can also view the contestant details, election schedule, election results by

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logging into this application. It also helps the Administrator and the Electoral Officer as the
system becomes computerized.So in the process, it will help the citizens as well as the
Election Commission.

2. Introduction
2.1 Relevance of the topic:
Nowadays online systems are very popular. A large number of people use the online systems
regularly. They prefer to operate from their house, and not wander outside. An online
application that is simple and easy to useis an instant hit with millions of online users. The
motive of our application is to learn and experience developing a simple online application
targeting a small set of users. The knowledge obtained in this process can be applied later in
our career to develop any similar kind of application focusing a large group of users.
2.2 Problem Definition
Electronic voting system or e-voting is a simple online voting system which will help the
voters to cast their votes, apply for voter ids in online manner. The system will also help the
Administrator to add/view the election details,party details and candidate details. The
administrator also approves and declares the election result, forward the pending applications
for voter ids to the Electoral Officer. Our system will also help the EO (Electoral Officer) to
approve/decline the pending voter id requests.
2.3Project Objective
The objective of the project is:

To provide online voting and registration.


Computerized the activities of casting vote, counting vote, updating and viewing the

upcoming election schedules.


Support services in an integrated fashion so as to enable the division Voters,
Administrator, Electoral Officers to obtain the relevant information.

The system interacts with the users (Administrator, Electoral Officer,Voter) by means of some
front-end form. To enter the system a log in form will be displayed where Username and
Password for the Administrator, Electoral Officer and Voter will have to be entered to log
into the system and then this will check the Permission of that user. According to the
permission the System is loaded.

After logging in, the voter enters into his/her profile. They can cast their vote, they
can view the contestant details,election results, election schedule. Each user will hold
only one voter id and cast vote only once for a particular election.

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After logging in, the Administrator enters into his/her profile. Administrator can
add/view election details, party details, candidate detailsfor a particular election as
well as for a particular party.An Administrator can view upcoming election details,
approve and declare election results, view all pending applications for voter id,
forward the pending voter id request to EO(Electoral Officer) for further processing.

After logging in, the EO (Electoral Officer) enters into his/her profile. EO can
approve/decline the applications for voter id after checking all the documents

provided by the voter.


New users have to register before logging in. An existing user can change his/her
password.

Data at every stage is stored in the database after checking and testing. This is why the
system is reliable, easy to use and every user can accept the system by thinking its utility in
present and by applying the idea of Spiral Model the system can be developed with more
features in future.

3.Project Category
Web Application

4.Tools/Platform
Tools
1. Visual Studio 2013

Platform
1. Microsoft Windows 7/8
2. .Net Framework
3. Sql sever database(Embedded in VS 2013)

5.Goals of Implementation
The implementation aims at seamless document sharing across the institution. This
implementation will help the voters by giving the facility to cast their vote online. It will
provide the facility that they can give vote from their houses. They need not have to go

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outside in any political and any environmentally worseweather. An aged person or any person
suffering from any health related issues need not have to go outside to cast their vote. None
will influence them in this voting process. A person who is eligible for voting can request for
voter id from his house only, in case he doesnt possess a voter id already. An Administrator
and an EO can deliver important notices and information to the mass in an efficient manner.
Registration of a party or a candidate of any party will be much easier.

6. Methodology(SDLC Process Applied)

Fig 6.1
Often, a customer defines a set of general objectives for software but does not identify
detailed input, processing, or output requirements. In other cases, the developer may be
unsure of the efficiency of an algorithm, the adaptability of an operating system, or the form
that human/machine interaction should take. In these, and many other situations, a
prototyping paradigm may offer the best approach.
The prototyping paradigm begins with requirements gathering. Developer and customer
meet and define the overall objectives for the software, identify whatever requirements are

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known, and outline areas where further definition is mandatory. A "quick design" then
occurs. The quick design focuses on a representation of those aspects of the software that will
be visible to the customer/user (e.g., input approaches and output formats). The quick design
leads to the construction of a prototype. The prototype is evaluated by the customer/user and
used to refine requirements for the software to be developed. Iteration occurs as the prototype
is tuned to satisfy the needs of the customer, while at the same time enabling the developer to
better understand what needs to be done.
Ideally, the prototype serves as a mechanism for identifying software requirements. If a
working prototype is built, the developer attempts to use existing program fragments or
applies tools (e.g., report generators, window managers) that enable working programs to be
generated quickly.

7. Functional Requirements
Functional Requirements are those that refer to the functionality of the system, i.e.,
what services it will provide to the user. Nonfunctional (supplementary) requirements
pertain to other information needed to produce the correct system and are detailed
separately.
Any registered user can log in through login procedure.
Any new user can register through register procedure.
A registered user can navigate through only those pages which permission is given
to them.
A voter can cast vote, view upcoming election, party details, candidate details and
results of elections.
A person who is eligible for voting but doesnt have voterid can apply for voterid.
An administrator can add or view election details, send voterid request application to
EO for his approval, managed voting results of different constituencies of different
elections.
An EO can approve or decline a voter id request application after viewing the
applicants documents.

8. Non Functional Requirements


In addition to the obvious features and functions that you will provide in your system, there
are other requirements that don't actually DO anything, but are important characteristics
nevertheless. These are called "non-functional requirements" or sometimes "Quality
Attributes." For example, attributes such as performance, security, usability, compatibility.
aren't a "feature" of the system, but are a required characteristic. You can't write a specific
line of code to implement them; rather they are "emergent" properties that arise from the

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entire solution. The specification needs to describe any such attributes the customer requires.
You must decide the kind of requirements that apply to your project and include those that are
appropriate.
Each requirement is simply stated in English. Each requirement must be objective and
quantifiable; there must be some measurable way to assess whether the requirement has been
met.
Often deciding on quality attributes requires making tradeoffs, e.g., between performance and
maintainability. In the APPENDIX you must include an engineering analysis of any
significant decisions regarding tradeoffs between competing attributes.
Here are some examples of non-functional requirements:
Performance requirements
Requirements about resources required, response time, transaction rates, throughput,
benchmark specifications or anything else having to do with performance.
For better performance the application will restrict the document size to 5 MB.
Operating constraints
List any run-time constraints. This could include system resources, people, needed software,
The application must run without any manual intervention.
Platform constraints
Discuss the target platform. Be as specific or general as the user requires. If the user doesn't
care, there are still platform constraints.
Since the application will be developed in JEE it is platform independent.

Accuracy and Precision


Requirements about the accuracy and precision of the data. (Do you know the difference?)
Beware of 100% requirements; they often cost too much.
Modifiability
Requirements about the effort required to make changes in the software. Often, the
measurement is personnel effort (person- months).
Minimal
Portability

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The effort required to move the software to a different target platform. The measurement is
most commonly person-months or % of modules that need changing.
Reliability
Requirements about how often the software fails. The measurement is often expressed in
MTBF (mean time between failures). The definition of a failure must be clear. Also, don't
confuse reliability with availability which is quite a different kind of requirement. Be sure to
specify the consequences of software failure, how to protect from failure, a strategy for error
detection, and a strategy for correction.
Security
One or more requirements about protection of your system and its data. The measurement can
be expressed in a variety of ways (effort, skill level, time) to break into the system.
Only secured users can access the application.
No one can go to any independent page without logging in.
Usability
Requirements about how difficult it will be to learn and operate the system. The requirements
are often expressed in learning time or similar metrics.
Legal
There may be legal issues involving privacy of information, intellectual property rights,
export of restricted technologies

9.System Analysis
9.1 FEASIBILITY

Feasibility test
One should provide a feasibility report in the following format:

Product: A general statement of the product; give a brief description of what the
proposed system will do, highlighting where the proposed system meets the specified
business requirements of the organization.

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Technical Feasibility: Will the proposed system perform to the required


specification? Outline technical systems options you propose to use, which will give a
technical solution satisfying the requirements and constraints of the system, as
outlined in the terms of reference.

Social Feasibility: Consideration of whether the proposed system would prove


acceptable to the people who would be affected by its introduction. Describe the
effect on users from the introduction of the new system; consider whether there will
be a need for retraining the workforce. Will there be a need for relocation of some of
the workforce? Will some jobs become deskilled? Will the current workforce be able
to perform effectively any new tasks introduced by the proposed system? Describe
how you propose to ensure user co-operation before changes are introduced.

Economic Feasibility: Consider the cost/benefits of the proposed system. Detail the
costs that will be incurred by the organization adopting the new system; consider
development costs and running costs. Detail benefits that the new system will bring,
direct economic benefits such as reduced costs, and indirect benefits, such as
improved management information and better customer service. Illustrate the
cost/benefit of the new system by applying a suitable cost/benefit analysis method
such as the payback method.

Market Research: A comprehensive market research identifying a need for the


product. Detail all market research you carried out, listing sources of information.
Justify any conclusions you have drawn from your research. Identify the potential
customer base for your product, together with evidence of customer need for the
product. Describe how you propose to compete with similar products on the market.

Alternative Solution: Consideration of alternative solutions should be documented.


At least two alternative business or technical systems options should be considered.
Detail the differences between these options and the proposed system. Justify your
choice of the proposed system and the reasons for rejecting the alternative options.

At this point, all of the planning for the project has been done and if the feasibility study has
shown that the project is likely to succeed within its constraints, then it only remains for us to
start the requirements analysis and thus proceed with the project.

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Feasibility Study
System: Electronic Voting System(E- Date: 25/3/2015
Voting)
Author: SPMS
Page: 1
Product
The project requires a web application to be developed that will allow
online knowledge/document/paper sharing.
Technical Feasibility
The web application will be developed using JEE, HTML, CSS and Oracle.
The team is competent in that.
Social Feasibility
Some training for the Administrator and EO are required.
Market Research
Market research says that this application would be useful for the users as
it could seamlessly help them to share documents.
Economic Feasibility
The application can be developed within budget.
Alternate Solution
Could be a desktop system but that would not allow documents to be
shared online.
Table 9.1

9.2 EXISTING SYSTEM

At present there is no online system for voting in our country. People have to go
booth and wait into the queue and cast the vote. There is also no online system for
requesting voter id. They have contact with the nearby SDO or BDO offices and have
to go through with a long process. Casting votes and counting votes are also not a
secure process at existing system.
9.3 PROPOSED SYSTEM

The aim of the project is to make an online application that will help voters,
administrators and the electoral officers. It will help the voters to cast vote from their
home. They need not to go outside to give vote in a catastrophic weather. It also give
the liberty to the user to chose the protocol (https or local host) through which they
want to navigate. It ensures more network security.
9.4DATA FLOW DIAGRAM

A data flow diagram (DFD) is a graphical representation of the "flow" of data


through an information system. DFD can also be used for the visualization of data

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processing (structured design). On a DFD, data items flow from an external data source or an
internal data store to an internal data store or an external data sink, via an internal process.
A DFD provides no information about the timing of processes, or about whether processes
will operate in sequence or in parallel. It is therefore quite different from a flowchart, which
shows the flow of control through an algorithm, allowing a reader to determine what
operations will be performed, in what order, and under what circumstances, but not what
kinds of data will be input to and output from the system, nor where the data will come from
and go to, nor where the data will be stored (all of which are shown on a DFD).
9.4.a.1. CAD (Level 0)

Fig 9.1

9.4.a.2. Level 1 DFD

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Fig 9.2

9.4.a.3. Level 2 DFD

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Fig 9.3
9.5 USE CASE DIAGRAM

A use case in software engineering and systems engineering is a description of steps


or actions between a user ( actor") and a software system which lead the user
towards something useful. The user or actor might be a person or something more
abstract, such as an external software system or manual process. Use cases are
a software modeling technique that helps developers determine which features to
implement and how to gracefully resolve errors.
Each use case focuses on describing how to achieve a goal or a task. For most
software projects, this means that multiple, perhaps dozens of use cases are needed to
define the scope of the new system. The degree of formality of a particular software
project and the stage of the project will influence the level of detail required in each
use case.

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9.5.1. Use Case Diagram for Admin

Fig 9.4
9.5.2 Use Case Diagram for Electoral Officer

Fig 9.5

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9.5.3 Use Case Diagram for Voter

Fig 9.6
The requirements of a system can be represented using a use case model in the
Use Case Diagram. The use case diagram for the actors of this case study is
given as below.
Log in:USE CASE #

Login

Goal

All users logging into the system should be authenticated using


a unique login-id and password (operations to be supported
based on type of user)
If the user type is Admin or Electoral Officer, credential
details should exist.
If the user type is Voter, he/she should be registered.
If the user type is Admin, then redirect to the Admin
page. If the user type is Electoral Officer, then redirect to
the Electoral Officer page.
If the user type is Voter, then redirect to the Voter page.
The end user is redirected to an Error Page, and/or is asked to
reenter login credentials.
Admin, Electoral Officer, Voter.

Preconditions

Success End Condition

Failed End Condition


Primary, Secondary
Actors
Trigger
DESCRIPTION

Login button
Step
Action
1
Enter Login credentials (id & password)
2
Click on Login button

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3

Related
Information/Use cases
Priority
Performance
Frequency
Assumptions

If id & password is Success, then identify user type


Display appropriate(Admin/EO/voter) home page
Step
Branching Action
1
If 'id' is not existing then return with requesting for
registration
2
If password is not matching return with suitable error
message say 'reenter id & password'
Not Applicable
P1
Approx. in seconds
Approx. few users per minute
Admin/EO login credentials are available in thedatabase and
others are already registered with their credentials
Table 9.2

Below table explains Use Case definition for requirement AD-001 ADD
Election Details operation for Admin user only.
ADD Election Details
USE CASE #
Goal
Preconditions
Success End Condition
Failed End Condition
Primary, Secondary
Actors
Trigger
DESCRIPTION

Related
Information/Use cases
Priority
Performance
Frequency
Assumptions

Add Election details


To enable Administrator to create and add new Election
Administrator must be logged in to be able to create a new
Election.
Redirect to Admin home page
"Redirect to Error Page"
Administrator
Add button
Step
Action
1
Provide appropriate election details
2
Click on Add election button
Step
Branching Action
1
If failed to add election details
2
Display appropriate message to the Admin
Not applicable
P1
Approx. 4 sec
40 / month
Admin/EO login credentials are available in thedatabase
Table 9.3

9.6 SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS:

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Software Requirement Specification
Client Machine
Any standard

Browser

Software

Server Machine
Visual studio 2013

browser with
Javascript
Client side mark up /

interpreter
HTML,CSS,

Database

Sql

scripting languages

Javascript

Management

server(embedded)

System Software
System Software
Specification

.Net framework 4.5

9.6.1 Front End: We have designed the front end using html and css.
9.6.2 Middle End: We have used Visual Studio 2013 as a middle end.
9.6.3 Application Server: We have used IIS server as our application server.
9.6.4 Database Server: We have used Sql server as our database server.
9.7 HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

Hardware Requirement Specification


Client Machine
HDD
200
HDD
Proces

MB
Pentiu

Proces

sor

m 4 or

sor

Server Machine
Minimum 100GB.
Dual Core or newer processor

newer
proces
sor
that
suppor
ts
Memo

SSE2
512

Memo

ry

MB

ry

10. Project Planning

GB

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Project planning is concerned with identifying the following for every project:

Activities

Milestones

Deliverables.

A plan must be drawn up to guide the development towards the project goal. A plan is drawn
up at the start of a project. This plan should be used as the driver for the project. The initial
plan is not static, and must be modified as the project progresses.
Planning is required for development activities from specification through to delivery of the
system.

11. Project Scheduling


GANTT chart

Task

Person(s)
Responsible

Week 1

Communication
Quick Plan
Modeling Quick Design
Construction of Prototype
Deployment, Delivery and
Feedback

Fig 11.1

14.1 DATABASE DESIGN

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

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14.1.1 ER DIAGRAM

Fig 14.3

14.2TABLE DESIGN
14.2.1 TABLE DEFINITIONS
1. Table: EVS_TBL_User_Credentials
This table contains Authentication Information for Administrator, Electoral Officer & Voter
Field Name
Userid

Data Type
VARCHAR2(6)

Description
Primary Key*

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Password

VARCHAR2(20)

Not Null

Usertype

VARCHAR2(1)

Either ['A','E','V']

Loginstatus

NUMBER(1)

Either [1 ,0]

Table 14.1
2. Table: EVS_TBL_User_Profile
This table contains User specific details entered during User Registration.
Field Name
Userid
Firstname
lastname
Dateofbirth
Gender

Data Type
VARCHAR2(6)
VARCHAR2(15)
VARCHAR2(15)
DATE
VARCHAR2(7)

Description
Foreign Key
Not Null
Not Null
Not Null
Not Null

Street
Location
City

VARCHAR2(30)
VARCHAR2(15)
VARCHAR2(15)

Not Null
Not Null
Not Null

State
Pincode

VARCHAR2(15)
VARCHAR2(10)

Not Null
Not Null

MobileNo
EmailId

VARCHAR(10)
VARCHAR2(30)
Table 14.2

Exact 10 digit only

3. Table: EVS_TBL_Election
This table contains Election specific information, as necessary and applicable.
Field Name

Data Type

Description

ElectionId

VARCHAR2 (6)

Primary Key

Name

VARCHAR2(15)

Not Null

Electiondate

DATE

Not Null

District

VARCHAR2(15)

Not Null

Constituency

VARCHAR2(15)

Not Null

Countingdate

DATE

Not Null

Table 14.3
4. Table: EVS_TBL_Party
This table contains Party details like Party Name, Symbol & Leader Name.
Field Name

Data Type

Description

PartyId

VARCHAR2 (6)

Primary Key

Name

VARCHAR2(20)

Not Null

Leader

VARCHAR2(20)

Not Null

Symbol

VARCHAR2(40)

File reference

Table 14.4
5. Table: EVS_TBL_Candidate
This table contains candidate details like Name of the Candidate, Election Name, Party Name and the contact
details.
Field Name
Data Type
Description

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CandidateId
Name
Electionid
Partyid
District

VARCHAR2 (6)
VARCHAR2(20)
VARCHAR2 (6)
VARCHAR2 (6)
VARCHAR2(20)

Primary Key
Not Null
Foreign Key
Foreign Key
Not Null

Constituency
Dateofbirth
MobileNo
Address
Emailid

VARCHAR2(20)
DATE
VARCHAR(10)
VARCHAR2(50)
VARCHAR2(20)
Table 14.5

Not Null
Not Null
Exact 10 digit only
Not Null
May or may not Null

6. Table: EVS_TBL_Application
This table contains details about request of voterid by user and the request status.
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Userid

VARCHAR2 (6)

FK

Constituency

VARCHAR2 (20)

Not Null

Passedstatus

NUMBER(2)

Either [1|2|3]*

Approvedstatus

NUMBER(2)

Either [0|1]**

VoterId

VARCHAR2(8)

***

Table 14.6
* 1-> New request, 2->Admin forwards to EO, 3-> EO approves/rejects
** 0-> EO rejects, 1-> EO approve
7. Table: EVS_TBL_Result
This table contains the details about the no of vote received by each candidate.
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Serialno

NUMBER(6)

PK, Autogenerated

Electionid

VARCHAR2 (6)

FK

Candidateid

VARCHAR2 (6)

FK

Votecount

NUMBER(5)

Not Null

Table 14.7
8. Table: EVS_TBL_Voter_Details
This table contains the details about the voter id, election id & corresponding candidate id.
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Serialno

NUMBER(6)

Candidateid

VARCHAR2 (6)

FK

Electionid

VARCHAR2 (6)

FK

Userid

VARCHAR2 (8)

FK

Voterid

VARCHAR2 (8)

Not null

Table 14.8

PK, Autogenerated

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14.3. Form Design


14.3.1 Components of forms
We have use html and css to create the front end interfaces. We have use different textboxes,
labels, dropdown menus, hyperlink links, animations, radio buttons, check boxes, submit
buttons, date picker list boxes to design the pages.
Page design snapshots with the Page name(in debug mode)

15. Coding
15.1 Features of Language
Java is a high-level, third generation programming language, like C, FORTRAN, Smalltalk,
Perl, and many others. It is platform independent. We can use Java to write computer
applications like play games, store data or do any of the thousands of other things computer
software can
do. Compared to other programming languages, Java is most similar to C. However although
Java shares much of C's syntax, it is not C. Knowing how to program in C or,
better yet, C++, will certainly help you to learn Java more quickly, but you don't need to
know C to learn Java. A Java compiler won't compile C code, and most of the large C
programs need to be changed substantially before they can become Java programs. Whats
most special about Java in relation to other programming languages is that it lets you write
special programs called applets that can be downloaded from the Internet and played safely
within a web browser. Java language is called as an Object-Oriented Programming language
and before beginning for Java, we have to learn the concept of OOPs (Object-Oriented
Programming).
15.2 Code
There are numerous lines of codes are used to make this online system to
work. Various important validation and authentication were done in the process of making it
live. There are several queries used to insert, update and delete data from database.
Below some they are shown:
This code has been used for login validation for registered user:
package com.project.evs.bean;
publicclass CredentialsBean {
private String Userid;
private String Password;
private String Usertype;
public String getUserid() {
returnUserid;

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}
publicvoid setUserid(String userid) {
Userid = userid;
}
public String getPassword() {
returnPassword;
}
publicvoid setPassword(String password) {
Password = password;
}
public String getUsertype() {
returnUsertype;
}
publicvoid setUsertype(String usertype) {
Usertype = usertype;
}
@Override
publicboolean equals(Object obj) {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
if(obj==this)
returntrue;
if(!(objinstanceof CredentialsBean))
returnfalse;
CredentialsBean user1=(CredentialsBean)obj;
returnUserid.compareTo(user1.Userid)==0
&&Password.compareTo(user1.Password)==0
&&Usertype.compareTo(user1.Usertype)==0 ;
}
}
/*LoginAction.java*/
package com.project.evs.action;
import java.util.Map;
import
import
import
import
import

com.opensymphony.xwork2.ActionContext;
com.opensymphony.xwork2.ActionSupport;
com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean;
com.project.evs.exceptions.SystemException;
com.project.evs.util.Authentictaion;

public class LoginAction extends ActionSupport {


private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

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private CredentialsBean credentials;
public CredentialsBean getCredentials() {
return credentials;
}
public void setCredentials(CredentialsBean credentials) {
this.credentials = credentials;
}
@Override
public String execute() {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
Map request = (Map)
ActionContext.getContext().get("request");
try {
if (Authentictaion.authenticate(credentials)) {
request.put("utype", credentials.getUsertype());
return "waiting";
} else {
request.put("erstatus", "w");
request.put("wrongup", "Wrong userid/password");
return "error";
}
} catch (SystemException e) {
request.put("erstatus", "e");
request.put("errormsg", "System error..sorry!!");
return "error";
}
}
}
/*LogoutAction.java*/
package com.project.evs.action;
import com.opensymphony.xwork2.ActionSupport;
import com.project.evs.util.User;
public class LogoutAction extends ActionSupport {
@Override
public String execute() {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
User user = new User();
if (user.logout())

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return "Main";
else
return "error";
}
}
/**/

Coding for registration page


/*RegistrationAction.java*/
package com.project.evs.action;
import java.util.Map;
import
import
import
import
import

com.opensymphony.xwork2.ActionContext;
com.opensymphony.xwork2.ActionSupport;
com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean;
com.project.evs.exceptions.SystemException;
com.project.evs.util.User;

public class RegistrationAction extends ActionSupport {


private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
private ProfileBean profile;
private String confirmPassword;
public ProfileBean getProfile() {
return profile;
}
public void setProfile(ProfileBean profile) {
this.profile = profile;
}
public String getConfirmPassword() {
return confirmPassword;
}
public void setConfirmPassword(String confirmPassword) {
this.confirmPassword = confirmPassword;
}
@Override
public String execute() {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub

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Map request = (Map)
ActionContext.getContext().get("request");
profile.setUserID("0");
try {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
String uidstatus = new User().register(profile);
request.put("uidstatus", uidstatus);
// if(!(uidstatus.equals("FAIL")))
return "success";
} catch (SystemException e) {
// TODO Auto-generated catch block
e.printStackTrace();
request.put("errormsg", e.getMessage());
return "error";
}
}
// @Override
// public void validate() {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
// }
}
/*RegistrationAction-validation.xml*/
<?xmlversion="1.0"encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPEvalidatorsPUBLIC
"-//OpenSymphony Group//XWork Validator 1.0.2//EN"
"http://www.opensymphony.com/xwork/xwork-validator1.0.2.dtd">
<validators>
<fieldname="confirmPassword">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.firstName">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">

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<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.lastName">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.gender">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<paramname="trim">true</param>
<message>Please Select a value to continue</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.dateOfBirth">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.street">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.location">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.city">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.state">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.pincode">

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<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.mobileNo">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.emailID">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
<fieldname="profile.password">
<field-validatortype="requiredstring">
<message>Sorry,must be given......</message>
</field-validator>
</field>
</validators>
Code for administrator.java
package com.project.evs.service;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;
import com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean;
import com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean;
import com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean;
import com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean;
import com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean;
import com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO;
import com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO;
import com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO;
import com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO;
import com.project.evs.dao.ResultDAO;
import com.project.evs.dao.Voter_DetailsDAO;

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import com.project.evs.exceptions.SystemException;
public class Administrator {
public static java.lang.String addElection(ElectionBean electionBean)
throws SystemException {
if (ElectionDAO.insertElections(electionBean))
return "success";
else
return "error";
}
public static ArrayList<ElectionBean> viewElections()
throws SystemException {
ArrayList<ElectionBean> electionar = new ElectionDAO().viewElections();
return electionar;
}
public static ArrayList<ApplicationBean> viewpendingreq()
throws SystemException {
ArrayList<ApplicationBean> ar = ApplicationDAO.viewpendingrequests(1);
return ar;
}
public static boolean forwardVoterIDRequest() {
try {
ApplicationDAO.changePassedStatus(2, 1, 1, null);
return true;
} catch (SystemException e) {
// TODO Auto-generated catch block
e.printStackTrace();
return false;
}
}
public static ArrayList<ElectionBean> viewUpElections()

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throws SystemException {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
ArrayList<ElectionBean> electionar = new ElectionDAO()
.viewUpElections();
return electionar;
}
public static String addParty(PartyBean party) throws SystemException {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
if (PartyDAO.insertParty(party))
return "success";
else
return "error";
}
public static ArrayList<PartyBean> viewParty() throws SystemException {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
ArrayList<PartyBean> partyar = new PartyDAO().viewParty();
return partyar;
}
public static Map<String, Object> approveElectionResults(String electionId)
throws SystemException {
Map<String, Object> map = new HashMap<String, Object>();
String district, constituency, partyname[];
String[] candidateids = CandidateDAO.getcandidateid(electionId);
int i = 0;
ArrayList<ResultBean> resultar = new ArrayList<ResultBean>();
ResultBean result;
partyname = new String[candidateids.length];
for (String cid : candidateids) {
result = new ResultBean();
result.setCandidateID(cid);
result.setElectionID(electionId);

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result.setVoteCount(Voter_DetailsDAO.getvotecounts(electionId,
cid));
result.setSerialNo(1);
if (ResultDAO.insertResult(result))
resultar.add(i, result);
partyname[i++] = PartyDAO
.getPartyName(CandidateDAO.getPartyId(cid));
}
ElectionBean election = ElectionDAO.findById(electionId);
district = election.getDistrict();
constituency = election.getConstituency();
map.put("resultar", resultar);
map.put("district", district);
map.put("constituency", constituency);
map.put("partyname", partyname);
return map;
}
public static String addCandidate(CandidateBean candidate)
throws SystemException {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
if (CandidateDAO.insertCandidate(candidate))
return "success";
else
return "error";
}
public static ArrayList<CandidateBean> viewCandidateDetailsByElectionName(
String electionName) throws SystemException {
String eid = ElectionDAO.getElectionID(electionName);
ArrayList<CandidateBean> candidatear = new CandidateDAO()
.viewCandidatesByEID(eid);
return candidatear;
}

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public static ArrayList<CandidateBean> viewCandidateDetailsByPartyName(


String partyName) throws SystemException {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
String pid = PartyDAO.getPartyID(partyName);
ArrayList<CandidateBean> candidatear = new CandidateDAO()
.viewCandidatesByPID(pid);
return candidatear;
}
}

16. Testing
Team Interaction
The following describes the level of team interaction necessary to have a successful product.

The Test Team will work closely with the Development Team to achieve a high quality
design and user interface specifications based on customer requirements. The Test Team
is responsible for visualizing test cases and raising quality issues and concerns during
meetings to address issues early enough in the development cycle.

The Test Team will work closely with Development Team to determine whether or not the
application meets standards for completeness. If an area is not acceptable for testing, the
code complete date will be pushed out, giving the developers additional time to stabilize
the area.

Since the application interacts with a back-end system component, the Test Team will
need to include a plan for integration testing. Integration testing must be executed
successfully prior to system testing.

Test Objective
The objective our test plan is to find and report as many bugs as possible to improve the
integrity of our program.

Although exhaustive testing is not possible, we will exercise a

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broad range of tests to achieve our goal. We will be testing a Binary Search Tree Application
utilizing a pre-order traversal format. There will be eight key functions used to manage our
application: load, store, clear, search, insert, delete, list in ascending order, and list in
descending order. Our user interface to utilize these functions is designed to be user-friendly
and provide easy manipulation of the tree. The application will only be used as a
demonstration tool, but we would like to ensure that it could be run from a variety of
platforms with little impact on performance or usability.

The Process Overview


The following represents overall flow of the testing process:
1

Identify the requirements to be tested. All test cases shall be derived using the current
Program Specification.

Identify which particular test(s) will be used to test each module.

Review the test data and test cases to ensure that the unit has been thoroughly verified
and that the test data and test cases are adequate to verify proper operation of the unit.

Identify the expected results for each test.

Document the test case configuration, test data, and expected results.

Perform the test(s).

Document the test data, test cases, and test configuration used during the testing
process. This information shall be submitted via the Unit/System Test Report (STR).

Successful unit testing is required before the unit is eligible for component
integration/system testing.

Unsuccessful testing requires a Bug Report Form to be generated. This document


shall describe the test case, the problem encountered, its possible cause, and the
sequence of events that led to the problem. It shall be used as a basis for later
technical analysis.

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10 Test documents and reports shall be submitted. Any specifications to be reviewed,
revised, or updated shall be handled immediately.
Testing Process

b. Design
System Test

a.Organize
Project

c.Design/
Build

e.Design/Build
Test Proc.

f.Signoff

d.Organize
Project
Fig 18.1

Fig 16.1
The diagram above outlines the Test Process approach that will be followed.
a

Organize Project involves creating a System Test Plan, Schedule & Test Approach, and
assigning responsibilities.

b. Design/Build System Test involves identifying Test Cycles, Test Cases, Entrance & Exit
Criteria, Expected Results, etc. In general, test conditions/expected results will be
identified by the Test Team in conjunction with the Development Team. The Test Team
will then identify Test Cases and the Data required. The Test conditions are derived from
the Program Specifications Document.
c. Design/Build Test Procedures includes setting up procedures such as Error Management
systems and Status reporting.
d. Build Test Environment includes requesting/building hardware, software and data setups.
e. Execute System Tests The tests identified in the Design/Build Test Procedures will be
executed. All results will be documented and Bug Report Forms filled out and given to
the Development Team as necessary.

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f. Signoff - Signoff happens when all pre-defined exit criteria have been achieved.
Testing Strategy
The following outlines the types of testing that will be done for unit, integration, and system
testing. While it includes what will be tested, the specific use cases that determine how the
testing is done will be detailed in the Test Design Document.
Test cases
Tested By:
Sumakshi Das
Test Type
Unit Testing
Test Case Number 1
Test Case Name
User Identification
Test
Case The user should enter his/ her accurate userid
Description

and password so that he/she can opt for the


further options. The test case will check the
application for the same since a user can only

login with the correct userid , password.


Item(s) to be tested
Verification of the userid and password with the record in the
1
database.
Specifications
Expected
Input
1 Correct User id and password
2 Incorrect Id or Password

Output/Result
1 Successful login
2 Failure Message

Table 16.1

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Tested By:
Moumita Chitrakar
Test Type
Unit Testing
Test Case Number 2
Test Case Name
Register
Test
Case
Description
The user fills up the registration form.

Item(s) to be tested
Check whether the user has filled up the form properly.
1
2

Wait for acknowledgement from the server.

Specifications
Expected
Input
Output/Result
1 Trying to submit without filling 1 The user is redirected to the
the form properly.
2 Check for acknowledgement
from the server.

registration

page

with

error

messages.
2 Redirect accordingly.
Table 16.2

Unit Testing
Unit Testing is done at the source or code level for language-specific programming errors
such as bad syntax, logic errors, or to test particular functions or code modules. The unit test
cases shall be designed to test the validity of the programs correctness.
Black Box Testing
Black box testing typically involves running through every possible input to verify that it
results in the right outputs using the software as an end-user would. We have decided to
perform Equivalence Partitioning and Boundary Value Analysis testing on our application.
System Testing
The goals of system testing are to detect faults that can only be exposed by testing the entire
integrated system or some major part of it. Generally, system testing is mainly concerned

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with areas such as performance, security, validation, load/stress, and configuration sensitivity.
But in our case we focus only on function validation and performance. And in both cases we
will use the black-box method of testing.

20. Cost Estimation of the Project along with Cost Estimation Model
Analogous estimate of effort or cost
Used for Early Estimate or Individual Activity Estimate
Sample example shown below is for two major deliverables of a software project. We use a
previous project as a benchmark for analogous estimation. Using our experience we will
estimate a multiplier.
Multipliers:
1. Prototyping: 0.75.
2. Testing: 0.5
3. Deployment: 0.5
Finally, if we want to convert to cost, we would use current rates for the resource.
Previous
WBS

Similar

Previous

ID

Project

Effort

Activity
1

Prototyping

Testing

40 WorkHours
20 WorkHours

Current
Project
Estimate

Effort
Multiplie

(Previous

Effort *

Prototyping

0.75

Testing

0.50

Total

0.75)
30 Workhours
10 WorkHours
40 WorkHours

Cost
(Rs.
500/hr.)
Rs. 15000/Rs. 5000/Rs. 20000/-

Table 20.1
Note: Effort is also called Size and unit of estimation is called either Work-Hour, personhours.

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22. Contribution of the work


We have developed this project by distributing the project work among all the team members.
Pramita Ghosh has designed half portion of the project and has also handled all the database
related works along with the coding of the view, edit, delete functionalities of election, party
and candidate details. Sunetra Sarkar has designed the rest portion of the project, along with
all JUnit testing and coding of struts validation. Moumita Chitrakar has done the
documentationand also the unit testing of registration page as well as coding of sending voter
id request to EO. Our teamleader Sumakshi Das has done the coding of cast vote page, voter
id request page along with election result page. Also she has implemented login, logout and
registration functionalities as well as performed unit testing of login page. In addition to that,
she has improved our project by using logger and secured our project using https.

23. Future scope

In future documents may be classified category-wise. It may try to analyze the user

behavior and preferences and accordingly suggest document categories.


In future, we will try to develop this project using Spring framework.
In this project we will add more modules that support extra information.
Each record and entry will be properly validated before storing them in database.
In future we can add an option to print newly created voterid.
In future we can add an option to see an applications status for a specific applicant.
In future we can add the option of sending mail after the successful generation of
voterid.

24. Conclusion
The application has been designed, implemented and tested successfully. The project helped
us in understanding the challenges involved in developing an onlineapplication, the ways to
overcome them. It has also helped in understanding the value of designing the components of
overall application before implementing them. In addition to that, it has also taught us
programming skills and refining the design and implementation logic of the software at every
phase of the development life cycle in order to improve the overall performance of the
application. This has also taught us to work in a team. Lastly it has boosted our confidence
that if we get a similar type of project in future, we will be able to contribute our knowledge
and experience.

25.Appendices

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A
acceptrequest() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.EOAction
addCandidate(CandidateBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
adddetails() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
adddetails() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminElectionAction
adddetails() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminPartyAction
addElection(ElectionBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
addParty(PartyBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
AdminCandidateAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
AdminCandidateAction() - Constructor for class
com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
AdminCandidateEditAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
AdminCandidateEditAction() - Constructor for class
com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
AdminEditAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
AdminEditAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
AdminElectionAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
AdminElectionAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.AdminElectionAction
Administrator - Class in com.project.evs.service
Administrator() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
AdminPartyAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
AdminPartyAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.AdminPartyAction
AdminViewResultAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
AdminViewResultAction() - Constructor for class
com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
AdminVoterRequest - Class in com.project.evs.action
AdminVoterRequest() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.AdminVoterRequest
ApplicationBean - Class in com.project.evs.bean
ApplicationBean() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
ApplicationDAO - Class in com.project.evs.dao
ApplicationDAO() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
approveElectionResults(String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.Administrator
approveresult() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
authenticate(CredentialsBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.util.Authentictaion
Authentictaion - Class in com.project.evs.util
Authentictaion() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.util.Authentictaion
AuthentictaionTest - Class in com.project.evs.test
AuthentictaionTest() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.test.AuthentictaionTest

C
CacheInterceptor - Class in com.project.evs.util
CacheInterceptor() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.util.CacheInterceptor
CandidateBean - Class in com.project.evs.bean
CandidateBean() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
CandidateDAO - Class in com.project.evs.dao
CandidateDAO() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO

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castVote(String, String, String) - Method in class com.project.evs.service.Voter
changeApprovedStatus(int, String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
changePassedStatus(int, int, int, String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
changepassword(String, String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.dao.User_CredentialsDAO
changepassword(String, String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.dao.User_ProfileDAO
changePassword(CredentialsBean, String) - Method in class com.project.evs.util.User
ChangePasswordAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
ChangePasswordAction() - Constructor for class
com.project.evs.action.ChangePasswordAction
com.project.evs.action - package com.project.evs.action
com.project.evs.bean - package com.project.evs.bean
com.project.evs.dao - package com.project.evs.dao
com.project.evs.exceptions - package com.project.evs.exceptions
com.project.evs.service - package com.project.evs.service
com.project.evs.test - package com.project.evs.test
com.project.evs.util - package com.project.evs.util
create(ArrayList<ResultBean>, ResultBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.util.PdfCreate
createvoterid(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
CredentialsBean - Class in com.project.evs.bean
CredentialsBean() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean

D
DBCon - Class in com.project.evs.util
DBCon() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.util.DBCon
DBUtil - Class in com.project.evs.util
DBUtil() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.util.DBUtil
declareElectionResults(ArrayList<ResultBean>) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.Administrator
declareresult() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
declinerequest() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.EOAction
delete(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
delete(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
delete(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO
deleteCandidate() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
deleteCandidate(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
deleteelection() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
deleteElection(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
deleteparty() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
deleteParty(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator

E
editCandidatebyElectionName() - Method in class
com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction

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ElectionBean - Class in com.project.evs.bean
ElectionBean() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
ElectionDAO - Class in com.project.evs.dao
ElectionDAO() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
ElectoralOfficer - Class in com.project.evs.service
ElectoralOfficer() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.service.ElectoralOfficer
EOAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
EOAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.EOAction
EOBean - Class in com.project.evs.bean
EOBean() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.bean.EOBean
equals(Object) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean
execute() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.ChangePasswordAction
execute() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.LoginAction
execute() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.LogoutAction
execute() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.RegistrationAction
execute() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
execute() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote
execute() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterList
execute() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction

F
findById(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
findByID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.dao.User_CredentialsDAO
forwardpendings() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminVoterRequest
forwardVoterIDRequest() - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator

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generateVoterId(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.ElectoralOfficer
getAdd() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getAddcertificate() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
getAddproof() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
getAddproofFileName() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
getAddress() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getAllElectionnames() - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
getAllPartynames() - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO
getAllprofiles(String[]) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.User_ProfileDAO
getAllusersHavingVoterID() - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
getApplication() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
getApprovedStatus() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
getC() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getCandidate() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
getCandidateid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote
getCandidateID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getCandidateID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
getcandidateid(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
getcandidatename(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
getCandidatenames() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction

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getCdate() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getCid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getCity() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getCname() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getConfirmPassword() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.RegistrationAction
getCons() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getConstituency() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
getConstituency() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
getConstituency() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
getConstituency() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
getConstituency() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getConstituency() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
getConstituency() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.EOBean
getCountingDate() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
getCredentials() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.ChangePasswordAction
getCredentials() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.LoginAction
getD() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getDateOfBirth() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getDateOfBirth() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getDBConnection() - Static method in class com.project.evs.util.DBUtil
getDistrict() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getDistrict() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
getDistrict() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
getDistrict() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
getDistrict() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
getDistrict() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getDistrict() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
getDob() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getDobcertificate() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
getDobproof() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
getDobproofFileName() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
getDocuments() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
getDocumentsfilenames() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
getEdate() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getEid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getEid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getEid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
getElection() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminElectionAction
getElectionDate() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
getElectionid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
getElectionid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote
getElectionID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getElectionID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
getelectionid(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
getElectionID(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
getElectionIDByNameConstituencyDistrict(String, String, String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
getElectionName() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction

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getElectionResults(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Voter
getElectoralOfficerID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.EOBean
getEmail() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getEmailID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getEmailID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getEname() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getEname() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
getFirstName() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getFlag() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
getFlag() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getGender() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getLastName() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getLeader() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean
getLocation() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getlocation(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
getMob() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getMobileNo() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getMobileNo() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getName() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getName() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
getName() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean
getNewpassword() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.ChangePasswordAction
getParty() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminPartyAction
getPartyID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
getPartyID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean
getPartyId(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
getPartyID(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO
getPartyName() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
getPartyname() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
getPartyname() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
getPartyName(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO
getPassedStatus() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
getPassword() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean
getPassword() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getPid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
getPid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getPincode() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getPleader() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getPname() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getProfile() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.RegistrationAction
getPsymbol() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getRecentElections() - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
getResultar() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
getResultar() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
getSerialNo() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
getState() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getStatusmsg() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
getStreet() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getSymbol() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean

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getUserid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.EOAction
getUserID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
getUserid() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean
getUserID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
getUsertype() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean
getVoteCount() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
getvotecounts(String, String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.Voter_DetailsDAO
getVoterid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote
getVoterID() - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
getvoterid(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
getWinningparty() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
getWinningparty(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ResultDAO
getWinningparty(ArrayList<ResultBean>) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.Administrator
getWinningparty(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Voter

I
insertApplication(ApplicationBean) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
insertCandidate(CandidateBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
insertElections(ElectionBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
insertParty(PartyBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO
insertResult(ResultBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ResultDAO
insertUser_Credentials(ProfileBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.dao.User_ProfileDAO
insertVoter(String, String, String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.dao.Voter_DetailsDAO
intercept(ActionInvocation) - Method in class com.project.evs.util.CacheInterceptor
isApproved(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
isexistsapplication(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
isexistsvoter(String, String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.Voter_DetailsDAO

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login(CredentialsBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.util.User
LoginAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
LoginAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.LoginAction
logout() - Method in class com.project.evs.util.User
LogoutAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
LogoutAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.LogoutAction

M
makeCon() - Static method in class com.project.evs.util.DBCon

N
NavigationException - Exception in com.project.evs.exceptions

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NavigationException() - Constructor for exception
com.project.evs.exceptions.NavigationException
NavigationException(String) - Constructor for exception
com.project.evs.exceptions.NavigationException
noOfPendingRequests() - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.ElectoralOfficer

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PartyBean - Class in com.project.evs.bean
PartyBean() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean
PartyDAO - Class in com.project.evs.dao
PartyDAO() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO
PassedStatus(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
PdfCreate - Class in com.project.evs.util
PdfCreate() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.util.PdfCreate
pendingresults() - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ResultDAO
ProfileBean - Class in com.project.evs.bean
ProfileBean() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean

R
register() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.RegistrationAction
register(ProfileBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.util.User
RegistrationAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
RegistrationAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.RegistrationAction
requestid() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
requestVoterId(ApplicationBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.service.Voter
ResultBean - Class in com.project.evs.bean
ResultBean() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
ResultDAO - Class in com.project.evs.dao
ResultDAO() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.dao.ResultDAO

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setAdd(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setAddcertificate(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
setAddproof(File) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
setAddproofFileName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
setAddress(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setApplication(ApplicationBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
setApprovedStatus(int) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
setC(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setCandidate(CandidateBean) - Method in class
com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
setCandidateid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote
setCandidateID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setCandidateID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
setCandidatenames(String[]) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
setCdate(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction

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setCid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setCity(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setCname(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setConfirmPassword(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.RegistrationAction
setCons(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setConstituency(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
setConstituency(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
setConstituency(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
setConstituency(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
setConstituency(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setConstituency(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
setConstituency(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.EOBean
setCountingDate(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
setCredentials(CredentialsBean) - Method in class
com.project.evs.action.ChangePasswordAction
setCredentials(CredentialsBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.LoginAction
setD(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setDateOfBirth(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setDateOfBirth(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setDistrict(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setDistrict(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
setDistrict(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
setDistrict(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
setDistrict(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
setDistrict(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setDistrict(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
setDob(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setDobcertificate(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
setDobproof(File) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
setDobproofFileName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
setDocuments(String[]) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
setDocumentsfilenames(String[]) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
setEdate(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setEid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setEid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setEid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
setElection(ElectionBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminElectionAction
setElectionDate(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
setElectionid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
setElectionid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote
setElectionID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setElectionID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
setElectionID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
setElectionName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
setElectoralOfficerID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.EOBean
setEmail(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setEmailID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setEmailID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setEname(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction

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setEname(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
setFirstName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setFlag(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
setFlag(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setGender(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setLastName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setLeader(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean
setLocation(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setMob(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setMobileNo(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setMobileNo(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ElectionBean
setName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean
setNewpassword(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.ChangePasswordAction
setParty(PartyBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminPartyAction
setPartyID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CandidateBean
setPartyID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean
setPartyName(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
setPartyname(String[]) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
setPartyname(String[]) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
setPassedStatus(int) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
setPassword(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean
setPassword(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setPid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setPid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setPincode(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setPleader(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setPname(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setProfile(ProfileBean) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.RegistrationAction
setPsymbol(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setResultar(ArrayList<ResultBean>) - Method in class
com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
setResultar(ArrayList<ResultBean>) - Method in class
com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
setSerialNo(int) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
setServletRequest(HttpServletRequest) - Method in class
com.project.evs.action.AdminPartyAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateEditAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminElectionAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminPartyAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminViewResultAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminVoterRequest
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.ChangePasswordAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.EOAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote

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setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterList
setSession(Map) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
setState(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setStatusmsg(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
setStreet(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setSymbol(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.PartyBean
setUserid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.EOAction
setUserID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
setUserid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean
setUserID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ProfileBean
setUsertype(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.CredentialsBean
setVoteCount(int) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ResultBean
setVoterid(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote
setVoterID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.bean.ApplicationBean
setWinningparty(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction
SystemException - Exception in com.project.evs.exceptions
SystemException() - Constructor for exception com.project.evs.exceptions.SystemException
SystemException(String) - Constructor for exception
com.project.evs.exceptions.SystemException

T
takeValue() - Method in class com.project.evs.test.AuthentictaionTest
testAuthenticate() - Method in class
AuthentictaionTestAuthentictaion.authenticate(com.project.evs.bean.Credentials
Bean)

U
update(CandidateBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
update(ElectionBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
update(PartyBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO
updateCandidateDetails(CandidateBean) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.Administrator
updateelection() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
updateElectionDetails(ElectionBean) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.Administrator
updateparty() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminEditAction
updatePartyDetails(PartyBean) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
uploadfiles() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
User - Class in com.project.evs.util
User() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.util.User
User_CredentialsDAO - Class in com.project.evs.dao
User_CredentialsDAO() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.dao.User_CredentialsDAO
User_ProfileDAO - Class in com.project.evs.dao
User_ProfileDAO() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.dao.User_ProfileDAO

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validate() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminPartyAction
viewAllVoterIdApplications() - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.ElectoralOfficer
viewapplications(int) - Static method in class com.project.evs.dao.ApplicationDAO
viewCandidateDetailsByElectionName(String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.Administrator
viewCandidateDetailsByPartyName(String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.Administrator
viewCandidatesByEID(String, ArrayList<CandidateBean>) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
viewCandidatesByElectionName(String, String, String) - Static method in class
com.project.evs.service.Voter
viewCandidatesByPID(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.dao.CandidateDAO
viewdetails() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminElectionAction
viewdetails() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminPartyAction
viewdetailsbyename() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
viewdetailsbypname() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminCandidateAction
viewElectionResult(String) - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Voter
viewElections() - Method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
viewElections() - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
viewGeneratedVoterId(String) - Method in class com.project.evs.service.Voter
viewID() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
viewParty() - Method in class com.project.evs.dao.PartyDAO
viewParty() - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
viewpendingreq() - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
viewpendings() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminVoterRequest
viewpendings() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.EOAction
viewTodayElection(String, String) - Method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
viewupdetails() - Method in class com.project.evs.action.AdminElectionAction
viewUpElections() - Method in class com.project.evs.dao.ElectionDAO
viewUpElections() - Static method in class com.project.evs.service.Administrator
Voter - Class in com.project.evs.service
Voter() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.service.Voter
Voter_DetailsDAO - Class in com.project.evs.dao
Voter_DetailsDAO() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.dao.Voter_DetailsDAO
VoterCandidateAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
VoterCandidateAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.VoterCandidateAction
VoterCastVote - Class in com.project.evs.action
VoterCastVote() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.VoterCastVote
VoterIDAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
VoterIDAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.VoterIDAction
VoterList - Class in com.project.evs.action
VoterList() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.VoterList
VoterResultAction - Class in com.project.evs.action
VoterResultAction() - Constructor for class com.project.evs.action.VoterResultAction

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