RE: Airline Reservation System
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AIRLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM
The web based “airline reservation system” project is an attempt to stimulate the basic concepts of airline reservation system. The system enables the customer to do the things such as search for airline flights for two travel cities on a specified date, choose a flight based on the details, reservation of flight and cancellation of reservation.
The system allows the airline passenger to search for flights that are available between the two travel cities, namely the “Departure city” and “Arrival city” for a particular departure and arrival dates. The system displays all the flight’s details such as flight no, name, price and duration of journey etc.
After search the system display list of available flights and allows customer to choose a particular flight. Then the system checks for the availability of seats on the flight. If the seats are available then the system allows the passenger to book a seat. Otherwise it asks the user to choose another flight.
To book a flight the system asks the customer to enter his details such as name, address, city, state, credit card number and contact number. Then it checks the validity of card and book the flight and update the airline database and user database. The system also allows the customer to cancel his/her reservation, if any problem occurs.
System Requirements Specification
PROCESSOR : PENTUIUM IV 2.6 GHz
RAM : 512MB DD RAM
MONITOR : 15” COLOR
HARD DISK :250 GB
CDDRIVE : LG52X
KEYBOARD : STANDARD 102 KEYS
MOUSE :OPTICAL MOUSE
FORNT END :JAVA,HTML,SERVLETS
BACKEND : ORACLE 10i
OPERATING SYSTEM : WINDOWS XP
IDENTIFICATION OF ACTORS
Actors are not part of system.
Actors represent anyone or anything that interacts with (input to receive output from) the system.
An actor is someone or something that:
Interacts with or uses the system.
Provides input tot and receives information from the system.
Is external to the system and has no control over the use cases.
Actors are discovered by examining:
Who directly uses the system?
Who is responsible for maintaining the system?
External hardware used by the system.
Other systems that need to interact with the system.
The need of the actor are used to develop use cases. This insures that the system will be what the user expected.