RE: Bank Management System
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Banking Management System
Banking management system (window application) has been developed using AWT, Swing, JDBC as font end and MySql as backend. Using this software a bank can maintain their records easily. So that the overall performance of the bank greatly increase.
Objective of the project:- A Bank organization needs a system where store all the information regarding its business and manage the data easily by which it can save time, money, and labour. There should be a system where it can store the information about his/her customer, buyer, seller etc and manipulate the data easily. It could get the report of its total property, customer, transaction, profit and loss etc. All these needs and much more are fulfilled in Banking Management System.
Banking Management System is useful to record customer’s details along with their request. It also records the buyer details, seller details and renter details. Banking Management System also provides the management reports like properties requested by the customers, income, expenditure, profit or loss of the company.
The administrative user can create new users and change their passwords. He can add the user’s information as well as new customer’s details. He can add information related to buyer, seller, renter, properties availability, income and expenditures etc. The administrator can view the management reports.
The operator can change their own passwords. The operator add new property, new customer, new transaction, new liability, new asset, new income, new expenditure, new employee and he/she can edit, delete and show the information. Operator can generate report of the total profit of loss date wise or month wise.
Banking Management System thus ensures smooth operation of the Real-Estate management tasks as well as keep the information about the employees and their salary.
Details of the project:-The project is divided into eleven modules such as:
Homepage: This module represents the total system of banking.
Customer: This module represents how the customers are transaction with bank.
Transaction: This module represents how the transactions are doing everyday.
Holidays: These module represents lists of holidays are available within in banking system.
Branches: This module represents how many branches are present in orissa.
Login : This module represents how a new user enter the banking application and doing there transactions details.
Logout: This module represents logout the banking organization.
Duration of the project: - 1 months
Processor: Pentium 1.5 GHz
Hard disk capacity: 1 GB
RAM: 256 MB
MYSQL: It is multi-threaded, multiuser database management system. The program runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases.
IDE: NetBeans 6.0
WHY JAVA IS USED?
The initial release of Java was nothing of revolutionary, but it did not mark the end of java’s era of rapid innovation. Unlike most other software systems that usually settle into a pattern of small, increment improvements, java had already created java1.1 were more significant and substantial than the increase 1 the minor revision number would have you think. Java1.1 added many new library elements, redefined the way events are handled by applets, and reconfigured many features of the 1.0 library .It also deprecated several features originally defined by java1.0. Thus java1.1 both added and subtracted attributes from its original specification. Continuing in this evolution, java2 also and subtracts features.
Features added by 1.1
Version1.1 added some important elements to Java. Most of the addition occurred in the Java library. However, a few new language features were also included. Here is a list of the important features added by 1.1: