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PRESENTATION ON BANK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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Outline

I. Objective
II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Objective
Bank management system mainly deals with customers of depositing/withdrawal of money and printing the balance. It also helps the administrator to view information of customers according to name/number as well as deleting there account. The various features added to the project provide all the functions to make the task easy to perform.

Outline
I. Objective

II. Scope
III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Scope
Bank management provides a business environment in which information regarding the deposit/withdrawal made by the customer is stored. It maintains all the record of the transaction made .Along with this it also provides security aspects. One can make the transactions only if they have valid account name and number.

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope

III. S/W & H/W Requirements


IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Requirements
HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS :

RAM- 64 MB(Minimum) Processor P3 2 GB Hard Disk


SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS :

Operating System Windows XP/ Linux Front End - JAVA Eclipse IDE

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements

IV. Project Design


V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Main Form

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design

V. User Tasks
VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

User Tasks
The Various operations performed by customer Are:-

Create new Account Depositing Money Withdrawal of money Printing the Balance

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks

VI. Administrator Tasks


VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Administrator Tasks
Various tasks performed by Administrator are: Viewing Customer Information One by One. All at Once. Searching for Customer account Name. Number.

Deleting Customer Account.

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks

VII. Interactive Features


VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Interactive Features
This plays an important role in distinguishing from other Software. Various features included are:
Changing theme. Steel Greenish Pure Aqua True Sand Inside Solid Worthable Milky Cool Gray

Changing background Color. Changing Layout Style Motif Metal Windows Window Close Active Window. Close All Windows.

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features

VIII. Future Scope


IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Future Scope
The project can be enabled on a single computer used in banks. The project can serve as a customer operations and administrator control. It can be used for our college system in maintaining records of students.

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope

IX. Security
X. Applications XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Security

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Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security

X. Applications
XI. Limitations XII. Bibliography

Applications
This Software can be used for various purposes: In Banks. In Colleges. In Firms.etc

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications

XI. Limitations
XII. Bibliography

Limitations
The software so developed is recommended to run on Windows XP based platform needs 64MB and above RAM, Pentium III and above Processor and 2GB Hard Disk Space. We cannot use it online, as administrator control is not secure. Any change in the path of files can lead to errors.

Outline
I. Objective II. Scope III. S/W & H/W Requirements IV. Project Design V. User Tasks VI. Administrator Tasks VII. Interactive Features VIII. Future Scope IX. Security X. Applications XI. Limitations

XII. Bibliography

Bibliography
The Complete Reference JAVA- Herbert Schildt Software Engineering by Roger S. Pressman Software Engineering by Hudson

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