Loan Management System (LMS) integrates various packages with a view to avoid duplicity of work and optimize the very usage of the network resources. The purpose of this project is to specifically design a module (Housing Loan) of the loan management system to systematically grant financial assistance to the employees with a view to save time and effort. Once the scope has been identified, it is reasonable to ask whether the project is feasible or not? Is a project technically feasible? Can defects be reduced to a level matching the application's needs? Each time a module is added to the system the software changes. When the housing loan module is to be added into the existing loan management system then there is a need to ensure that the changes have not propagated unintended side effects on the entire system. Does the organization have the resources needed to succeed i.e. does the company have the various hardware & software resources for the accomplishment of the project?
[...] The major external entities, a single process and the output stores constitute the level-0 DFD. Though this diagram does not depict the system in detail, it represents the overall inputs, process and output of the entire system at a very high level. The Level 0 DFD is now expended into a level 1 model. It should be noted that information flow continuity is maintained between level 0 and level 1. The process represents at DFD level 1 further refined into lower levels. [...]
[...] Developmental research provides interesting insights into how naive computer users think about their first exposure to a new system. They approach it as concrete learners, learning how to use the system without trying to understand which abstract principles determine which function. Users are reluctant to read manuals, but they will learn from demonstration and through visual aids. Live demonstration with personal contacts is extremely effective for training users. There are several user-training aids available: The user Manual: The user manual is prepared reflexively because it is an item that must accompany every system. [...]
[...] Module testing A module is a collection of dependant components such as on object class, an abstract data type or some looser collection of procedures and function. A module encapsulates related components so can be tested without other system modules. Sub-module testing This phase involves testing collections of modules, which have been integrated into sub-systems. Sub-systems may be independently designed and implemented. The most common problems that arise in the large software systems are sub-system interface mismatches. The subsystem test process should therefore concentrate on the detection of interface errors by rigorously exercising these interfaces. [...]
[...] Field Structure Fields Type Size Clicking on the New Loan will open the Form1 and that total process will be done that we have created before. Now the user can delete a record by entering the loan no. in the input box. Search process is done in two ways By Loan No By Name In both the cases the user had to input the query in the input box and the record will be searched according to the query. Clicking on Refresh the data gets refreshed. [...]
[...] Documentation review plan The reason for developing a documentation review plan is to evaluate the accuracy and completeness of the documentation compiled to date and its conformity with pre-established documentation standards Test Data Implementation and coding FORM 1 (Housing Loan Application Form) Private Sub Command1_Click() If Text1.Text = Or Text3.Text = Or Text7.Text = Or Text9.Text = Then MsgBox "Please fill the details properly", vbExclamation, "Details" Else Form1.Hide Form2.Show End If End Sub Private Sub Text9_LostFocus() If Text9.Text 60 Then MsgBox "Sorry you are not eligible", vbInformation, "Sorry" End End If End Sub FORM 2 Private Sub Command1_Click() If Text1.Text = Or Text3.Text = Or Text6.Text = Then MsgBox "Please fill the details properly", vbExclamation, "Details" Else Form2.Hide Form3.Show End If End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() Form2.Hide Form1.Show End Sub Private Sub Text3_LostFocus() If Text3.Text > 15 Then MsgBox "Sorry! [...]
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