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Final Defense

E-Filing System

Presented
Presentedby
by Supervised
Supervisedby
by
Sharmin Akter Shila Anup Majumder
ID:152-15-6196 Lecturer
Md. Badrul Alam Department of CSE
ID:152-15-6156 Daffodil International
Department of CSE University
Sunday 6th May 2018
Outline
• Introduction
• Objectives
• Features
• System Architecture
• System design tools
• System Design & Development
• Database design
• Future Scope
• Video
• Reference

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Introduction
E-file or electronic file is a file processing
system and also called file moving system.

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Objectives

Manage file
Reduce time
Reduce physical pressure
Stored file
Providing security for all
functionality

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Features of E-filing System
 Create or Open files  Return files
 Add notes to specific file  Reject files
 Send files(person-to-person)  Generate to file document

 Search files  Print files

 Approve files

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System Architecture

Fig: Flowchart of E-File system Final Defense


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System Design Tools

 Server Pc or Client Pc
 Oracle database 11g
 Oracle developer suite 10g (forms & reports)
 Toad for oracle
 SQL *Plus
 PL/SQL

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System Design & Development

Fig: Use case of e-file system Final Defense


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System Design
&Development(cont’d)

Fig : Level Zero DFD of E-file system

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DATABASE DESIGN

Fig: ERD of e-filing system Final Defense


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Future scope
Currently the system works for administrators to
work. We will try to run our system in any
organization. We will also apply this paperless
communication to all over the country to
digitalized

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Video

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Reference
• [1]. Use case. “Use case modeling in software engineering,” wikipedia.org [Online]. Available:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_case [Accessed: 10-Oct-2107].
• [2]. Data follow diagram. “Data flow diagram in software engineering,” wikipedia.org
[Online]. Available: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_flow_diagram [Accessed: 10-Oct-
2107].
• [3]. Class diagram. “Class diagrams in software engineering,” wikipedia.org [Online].
Available: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Class_diagram [Accessed: 10-Oct-2107].
• [4]. Design. “Front-end and Back-end design of software,” wikipedia.org [Online]. Available:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Front_and_back_ends [Accessed: 10-Oct-2107].
• [5]. ERD. “Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD),” www.smartdraw.com [Online]. Available:
https://www.smartdraw.com/entity-relationship-diagram [Accessed: December26, 2014].
• [6]. Implementation. “Database Implementation ,” www.chegg.com[Online]. Available
https://www.chegg.com/homework-help/definitions/database-implementation-3 [Accessed:
20-Jan-2108].

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THANK YOU

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