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ONLINE FINANCIAL INFORMATION
PROJECT REPORT Submitted by


SARATH PRASAD.M S

ABSTRACT

Online Financial Information is a website introducing various loan information in various banks. User can enter into the site and he can know the various loan details of different banks. Banker can enter to the site by specifying ID and password. Banker can have the privilege to update the loan details of the corresponding bank.

Administrator has the right to view all the details in the site and can also validate it. User can apply for loans by filling in an application form. All this information is then stored into corresponding tables in the database, one each for personal details, account details, and nominee details. The information is then passed to the administrator, who, after validating the details, provides the customer with an account number.

Administrator gives the banker ID and password in order to perform online updations. The banker is also given the privilege to change his password which will be automatically updated to the database.He also has the privilege to change the banker password also.
The system contains mainly of three modules, namely:
1. Admin
2. Banker
3. User

LIST OF TABLES

Table

Page

4.1 TABLEADMIN 17
4.2 TABLEBANKER 17
4.3 TABLEFEEDBACK 17
4.4 TABLEDETAILS 18
4.5 TABLEFEEDBACKNO 18
4.6 TABLEHDFC 19
4.7 TABLEHDFCNO 19
4.8 TABLEHSBC 20
4.9 TABLEICICI 21
4.10 TABLEMODIFICATIONS 22


Figure
5.1 CONTEXT LEVEL DFD
5.2 ADMIN LEVEL DFD
5.3 BANKER LEVEL DFD
5.4 LEVEL 1 DFD
5.5 LEVEL 1 DFD
5.6 WELCOME PAGE
5.7 USER PAGE
5.8 BANKER LOGIN
5.9 BANKER SEARCH PAGE

5.10 ADMIN LOGIN
5.11 ADMIN APPLICATIONS
5.12 CHANGE PASSWORD
5.13 CHANGE PASSWORD
5.14 DISPLAY REPORTS

LIST OF FIGURES
Page

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
This 'Online Financial information' Project is a model Internet Banking Site.This site enables the customers to get loan informations of different banks by sitting at their office or at homes through PC or laptop. The customers can access the banks website for viewing different loans available and fill the applications for loans as per their requirements. With Internet Banking, the brick and mortar structure of the traditional banking gets converted into a click and portal model, thereby giving a concept of virtual banking a real shape. Thus today's banking is no longer confined to branches. E-banking facilitates banking transactions by customers round the clock globally.
The primary aim of this software is to provide an improved design methodology, which envisages the future expansion, and modification, which is necessary for a core sector like banking. This necessitates the design to be expandable and modifiable and so a modular approach is used in developing the software. Anybody who is an Account holder in any bank can become a member of online banking. He has to fill a form with his personal details and Account Number.
The software is meant to overcome the drawbacks of the manual system. The software has been developed using the most powerful and secure backend MS SQL Server 2003 and the most widely accepted web oriented as well as application oriented .Net Platform 2003 which is being deployed using MS Windows Server 2003.
CHAPTER 2 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LIFE CYCLE

The prime objective of the system is to develop a application for satisfying all requirements of the client and it should be capable of handling large volume of customers. The overall system must be fast and convenient. The classical System Development life Cycle (SDLC) method, the Prototype model has been used here. It is the most widely used paradigm for system development. This process demands a systematic, sequential approach to software development. The life cycle involves the following activities:


2.1 SYSTEM ANALYSIS

2.1.1 System study
System studies results in finding out details of the existing methodologies that are being followed and that whether any developments is to be made. These studies considered both the existing and the proposed system.
System study had been conducted to analyze the current existing system of marketing products. All the levels of current marketing have been analysed.

2.1.2 Existing system
In the existing system the advertisement and marketing is done through newspapers and magazines. So the current system is an old one in this computer world and it has many drawbacks. The main problem is regarding time as well as cost. The cost of marketing the product through newspapers and magazines are costly.

In the manual system we need to maintain all records in paper. Later it leads to confusion. As paper stock involved in the manual maintenance is high, stocking of unnecessary paper, leading piles of waster paper.
In today's fast changing world, in each and every home there is a computer with net connection .So the present system has become an easy, fast, and cost effective way of marketing product through mails.




2.2 SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATION

2.2.1 Hardware Requirements
PROCESSOR
CLOCK SPEED

: PENTIUM IV : 500 MHZ



SYSTEM BUS

: 32 BIT

RAM HDD
MONITOR
KEY BOARD
MOUSE FDD
: 512 MB : 40 GB
: SVGA COLOR : 108 KEYS
: LOGITECH : 1.44 MB



2.2.2 Software Requirements

OPERATING SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT

FRONT END
SERVER SIDE SCRIPTING CLIENT SIDE SCRIPTING BACKEND
: WINDOWS XP
: MICROSOFT .NET FRAME WORK : ASP .NET : VB.NET
: JAVASCRIPT
: MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2000

BROWSER

: INTERNET EXPLORER 6.0




2.3 SYSTEM DESIGN
The importance of software design can be found with a single word, quality. Designing is the phase in which quality is fastened in a software development. Design is the only way that can accurately translate the Customer's requirements into a finished software product. A system, which is not properly designed, may fail when small changes are made. Thus, the primary objective of design phase is to determine how the system has to be developed. System design is a process that identifies inputs, outputs and explains functions of the system. This important phase is composed of several steps. It provides understanding of the procedural details, necessary for implementing. Emphasis has been given for translating the performance requirements. Understanding the data flow and the database that is to be designed forms an important aspect of the designing process. Generally System Design includes the following types:

2.3.1 Logical Design
Logical design describes the format of inputs, outputs, and procedures that meets the user requirements. The design covers the following:
> Reviews the current physical system.
> Prepares the output specification.
> Prepares the Input specifications.
> Prepares controls specifications.

2.3.2 Physical Design
This produces the working system by defining the design specifications that tell the programmers exactly what the system must do. The programmers write the necessary programs that accept inputs from the user, perform the necessary calculations, produce hardcopy of the report or display it on the screen Design the Physical system.
> Specify the Input/Output media.
> Design physical information flow through the system.
> Plan system implementation.

The flow of data through out the project and implimentation was graphically represented using DFD so that the internal flow of process can be easily understood. If design is performed in a detailed manner, then coding can be done mechanically.
2.4 SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION

This is the stage of the project and implimentation when the theoretical design is tuned into a working system. If the implementation stage is not carefully controlled and planned, it can cause chaos. Thus it can be considered to be the most critical stage in achieving a successful new system and in giving the users a confidence that the system will work and be effective.


The implementation stage in a project and implimentation has its own right. It involves
> Careful planning
> Investigation of the current system and the constraints on implementation. After the successful completion of the design phase, the next important step is the
development of the system according to the specified design. The main procedure of this phase is coding of the deigned system, in order to satisfy the requirements. The detailed input/output, text manipulation, logic comparison and storage/retrieval operations during the system analysis stage provide input for the program preparation. Coding was carried out in a step-by-step manner. One or more programmers convert these operations into a program of instructions written in a language and form acceptable to the computer hardware. In our project and implimentation user inter-activeness was given stress and the system gives maximum flexibility. Proper validations were done for every user-defined function.

The principal activities performed during the development phase can be divided into two major related sequences. These are 1. External system development

2. Internal system development
The primary external system development activities include Implementation planning.The principal internal system development activities are computer program development and performance.
2.5 SYSTEM TESTING
No system design is ever perfect. Communication problems, programmer's negligence, or time constraints create errors that must be eliminated before the system is ready for user acceptance testing. A system is tested for online response, volume of transactions, stress, recovery from failure and usability. Then comes system testing, which verifies that the whole test of programs hangs together following system testing is acceptance testing, or running the system with live data by the actual user.

2.5.1 Static Testing Purpose
Code should be reviewed where necessary to ensure it follows project and implimentation coding and design standards. Code reviews are not meant to check program logic. Adherence to acceptable programming standards is crucial for future maintenance. These will change over time as technology develops.

2.5.2 Dynamic Testing
The traditional 'prototype' lifecycle breaks dynamic testing down into a number of phases such as unit, integration, system and acceptance testing. Whatever methodology is being followed, a software system is typically organized into a number of units comprising a single logical function or several related functions needing access to shared data. It is sensible and efficient to test these 'units' as they are developed. Black box and white box testing may be used for this purpose:
Functional (black-box) Testing means testing that the 'unit' does what it is supposed to do, and does not do what it is not supposed to do. This was tested in our Email Flyer both in unit wise and units altogether after integration. In other words, it is tested against its functional requirements, both positive and negative, as stated in the specification. This is known as black box testing, since it requires no knowledge of the inner workings of the unit.
Structural (white-box) Testing is concerned with the degree to which test cases exercise or 'cover' the logic of the program. The logic of the program was tested and checked whether it meet the requirements correctly.
2.5.3 Acceptance Testing
The need for acceptance testing will vary from project and implimentation to project and implimentation. It is worthwhile noting the purpose of acceptance testing. It is not supposed to be an unsupervised ad hoc activity undertaken by the client. It should be strictly controlled. For that reason there are a number of requirements, which are applicable if acceptance testing proves necessary. The project and implimentation manager should select these from the following that are applicable for a particular project and implimentation.
Acceptance tests relate to the functionality of the system as stated in the requirements specification, and functional test cases must be selected to satisfy the agreed acceptance criteria. In the majority of cases, suitable test cases will exist among those used for system testing.
These tests cover areas such as performance, security, reliability, load/stress testing, volume testing, human computer interaction tests, configuration testing, compatibility testing, documentation, and human procedures. Sufficient tests must be devised to satisfy the agreed acceptance criteria.
Since acceptance tests in particular can make heavy demands on resources, and will have been performed as part of system testing, an alternative and equally acceptable procedure is to have the client witness a part of the system test. In that case client witnessed system testing must conform to the requirements for acceptance testing with respect to procedure, conduct, and documentation. It is recommended that this approach is adopted wherever possible as it ensures that testing is performed under carefully controlled conditions.

2.6 TEST PROCEDURES AND TEST REPORTS
The acceptance test procedures must be documented. The acceptance test procedure should specify the steps to be taken in carrying out the tests, and for formal acceptance tests needs to be rigorous, complete and unambiguous.
The acceptance test procedure specification must be subject to review prior to the dry run. The results of both the dry run and the acceptance tests must be documented. A test log and any test observation reports should be completed as the tests are conducted.
A test summary review should be completed as soon after completion of the tests as possible.


2.7 MAINTENANCE
Software will undoubtedly undergo changes after it has been delivered to the user. Change will occur because errors have been encountered, because the software must be adapted to accommodate changes in external environment or because the user requires functional or personal enhancements. Software maintenance reapplies each of the preceding life cycle steps to an existing program rather than a new one.
The basic idea of the SDLC method is that there is well-defined process by which the application is conceived, developed and implemented. It gives the structure to a creative process. The phases in the SDLC provides a basis for management and control because they define segments of flow of work which can be identified for management purpose and specify the documents or other deliverables to be procured in each phase.
A thorough analysis of the existing system is done and the new requirements for the proposed system are studied. The entire application is modularized considering the features required for the proposed system.
CHAPTER 3 TOOLS

The tools selected to develop Email Flyer is ASP.Net 2005, VB.Net 2005 as code behind and SQL Server 2000 as back end.


3.1 INTRODUCTION TO .NET
.NET is a set of technologies designed to allow applications to work together whether they reside on the user's hard drive, the local network, a remote computer, or the Internet. It is the common code framework used by nearly all Microsoft applications, such as Windows, Internet Explores and IIS Web server, and it is also the framework for third - party application development based on Microsoft technology. Microsoft .NET relies on standards such as XML, SOAP and UDDI to make it easy for networked objects to discover other networked objects and communicate with them. Because .NET applies to almost all Microsoft products, the company divides .NET into several areas including .NET servers and the .NET Framework.



3.1.1 .NET Framework
The .NET Framework includes the runtime and compile time services required to run a .NET application. Compile time is when the developer is compiling the source. Runtime is when the compiled code is executing in memory. At the center of the runtime execution of .NET code is the Common Language Runtime (CLR). The CLR is a virtual machine that runs as a process on the computer on which it is installed.



3.1.2 Common Language Runtime
The Common Language Runtime (CLR) serves as the execution environment for the .NET Framework. The CLR is responsible for managing the compiled code of .NET applications, which can be written in different languages including VB, C#, Java, and
Perl. The cross-language integration is achieved through the two major components of CLR: Intermediate Language and Metadata.
Intermediate Language (IL) is an assembly language that runs on almost any type of CPU. IL achieves this versatility by using stacks to handle functions that normally occur in registers. As managed code, IL is just-in-time (JIT) compiled when .NET applications are executed. JIT compilers convert IL into machine language that is specific to the host CPU. [During runtime, JIT compilers have the luxury of choosing stacks, registers or other stores to implement IL stacks.] Various JIT compilers are provided by the CLR, making it possible for different computer architectures to execute IL. Unlike other assembly languages, IL integrates high-level concepts which make CLR code more robust. As a high level language, IL is strongly typed and uses the ideas behind structured-exception handling, deployment support, and component interaction. Thus a range of software can run on the .NET Framework as long as the compiler can produce
IL.
Metadata, the second component of the CLR, is a description of the implemented code. The Metadata is responsible for ensuring that the CLR executes the code securely. To prevent modules of software from breaking type definitions, Metadata stores information regarding classes, methods, and types. Registers are no longer required to keep track of information because relevant data is stored with the compiled code or IL. By housing information on classes and registrations, Metadata allows the CLR to function more efficiently since programs are less likely to get hung up on version and inheritance dependencies.



3.2 ASP .NET

ASP.Net is the latest Microsoft programming framework that allows for the rapid development of powerful web applications.

3.2.1 Advantages

ASP.Net has many advantages both for the programmers and for the end users.
1. Powerful database-driven functionality

Like ASP (Microsoft's language preceding ASP.Net), ASP.Net allows programmers to develop web applications that interface with a database. The advantage of ASP.Net is that it is object-oriented and has many programming tools that allow for faster development and more functionality.

2. Faster web applications

Two aspects of ASP.Net make it fast - compiled code and caching. In the past, the code was interpreted into "machine language" when your website visitor viewed your page. Now, with ASP.Net the code is compiled into "machine language" before your visitor ever comes to your site. Caching is the storage of information that will be reused in a memory location for faster access in the future. ASP.Net allows programmers to set up pages or areas of pages that are commonly reused to be cached for a set period of time to improve the performance of web applications. In addition, ASP.Net allows the caching of data from a database so your website will not be slowed down by frequent visits to a database when the data doesn't change very often. ASP.Net was tested and found to be over 10 times faster for the average user than Java's J2EE technology. While there have been some debates about the methods of the testing it is interesting to note that this has been validated by 3rd parties.

3. Memory leak and crash protection

ASP.Net automatically recovers from memory leaks and errors to make sure that the website is always available to your visitors.

4. Multiple language support

Programmers can actually write their code in more than 25 .Net languages (including VB.Net, C#, and JScript.Net).
3.3 VISUAL BASIC .NET

VISUAL BASIC .NET 2005 is the latest version of Visual Basic built specifically for existing Visual Basic developers who want to get the most out of the software development experience. VB.NET includes full object - oriented language features, a new, shared IDE, and many data type changes. VB.NET is the language that provides the easiest transition to the .NET framework for current Visual basic developers.

3.3.1 Problems with Visual Basic 6.0
1. No capabilities for multithreading.
2. Lack of implementation inheritance and other object oriented features.
3. Poor error handling capabilities.
4. Poor integration with other languages such as C + +.
5. No effective user interface for Internet based applications.


In VB .NET all these shortcomings have been eliminated.

3.3.2 Features of VB .NET
1. Full support for object oriented programming.
2. Structured error handling capabilities.
3. Access to .NET Framework.
4. Powerful unified Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
5. Inherent support for XML & Web Services and better database programming approach with ADO.NET

> Seamless Deployment
With VISUAL BASIC .NET and new auto - download deployment, Windows - based applications can be installed and executed simply by pointing a Web browser to a URL.
> More Robust Code
VISUAL BASIC .NET delivers the feature most requested by existing Visual Basic developers - fewer bugs in the code they write. Features in the new
Visual Studio.NET IDE, such as the real - time background compiler and the task list, keep Visual basic developers up - to - date on any coding errors as they occur, enabling quick and effective error resolution. Enhancement to the Visual Basic language, such as strict type checking and structured exception handling, enable developers to write code that is more robust, maintainable, and less prone to run - time errors.
> Powerful Windows - based Applications
VISUAL BASIC .NET is the most productive tool for constructing powerful Microsoft Windows - based applications. New features include control anchoring and docking to eliminate the need for complex resize code, the in -place menu editor to deliver WYSIWYG menu creation, and the tab order editor to provide rapid application development (RAD) organization of controls.
> Powerful, Flexible Data Access
VISUAL BASIC .NET provides developers with both the ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) data access programming model that they know and love, plus the new XML- based Microsoft ADO.NET.
> Simplified Component Creation
VISUAL BASIC .NET brings RAD to component development. Developers can use non - visual toolbox and server explores components to easily incorporate resources such as message queues, event logs, and performance counters into their applications without writing a single line of code.
> Enhanced Control Creation
VISUAL BASIC .NET provides unprecedented flexibility in building customized user controls. Developers can easily extend pre existing user controls and Windows Forms controls as well as design their own controls that generate custom user interfaces.
> Complete, Direct Access to the Platform
VISUAL BASIC .NET provides complete, direct access to the Microsoft. NET Framework, enabling Visual Basic developers to quickly access the registry, event log, performance counters and file system.
> Integrated Reporting with Crystal Reports
Upgrading to Visual Studio. NET Professional Edition provides Visual Basic developers with the power of Crystal Reports directly within the IDE. Crystal Reports delivers the most productive, integrated, and RAD experience for creating highly graphical and interactive relational data reports. These reports can be generated for the entire array of VISUAL BASIC .NET application types, including Windows, Web and mobile applications.
> Easy Web - based Application Development
VISUAL BASIC .NET delivers "Visual Basic for the Web". Using new Web Forms, we can easily build true thin - client Web - based applications that intelligently render on any browser and on any platform. Web Forms deliver the RAD programming experience of Visual Basic 6.0 forms with the full power of VISUAL BASIC .NET rather than limited scripting capacity.
> Existing Investments Carry Forward
VISUAL BASIC .NET enables developers to leverage their existing investments in code and skills. Windows Forms provides a robust container for ActiveX controls. Component Object Model (COM) Interoperability provides bi¬directional communication between existing Visual Basic applications and those written with VISUAL BASIC .NET. The upgrade wizard enables developers to seamlessly migrate up to 95 percent of existing code to VISUAL BASIC .NET.



3.4 INTRODUCTION TO SQL SERVER
The Structured Query Language (SQL) comprises one of the fundamental building blocks of modern database architecture. SQL defines the methods used to create and manipulate relational databases on all major platforms.
SQL comes in many flavors. Oracle databases utilize their proprietary PL / SQL. Microsoft SQL Server makes use of Transact - SQL. However, all of these variations are based upon the industry standard ANSI SQL.
SQL commands can be divided into two main sub languages. The Data Definition Language (DDL) contains the commands used to create and destroy databases and database objects. After the database structure is defined with DDL, database administrators and users can utilize the Data Manipulation Language to insert, retrieve and modify the data contained within it.
SQL Server 2000 is a powerful tool for turning information into opportunity. Industry leading support for XML, enhanced tools for system management and tuning, and exceptional scalability and reliability make SQL Server 2000 the best choice for the agile enterprise.



3.4.1 Features of SQL Server 2000
> Internet Integration: The SQL Server 2000 database engine includes integrated XML support. It also has the scalability, availability, and security capabilities in Web applications.
> Scalability and Availability: The same database engine can be used across platforms ranging from laptop computers running Microsoft Windows 98 through large, multiprocessor servers running Microsoft Windows 2000 Data Center Edition. SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition supports features such as federated servers, indexed views, and large memory support that allow it to scale to the performance levels required by the largest Web sites.
> Replication: With SQL Server 2000 we can implement merge, transactional, and snapshot replication with heterogeneous systems.
> Enterprise - Level Database Features: The SQL Server 2000 relational database engine supports the features required to support demanding data processing environments. The database engine protects data integrity while minimizing the overhead of managing thousands of users concurrently modifying the database. SQL Server 2000 distributed queries allows to reference data from multiple sources as if it were a part of a SQL Server 2000 database, while at the same time, the distributed transaction support protects the integrity of any updates of the distributed data. Replication allows to maintain multiple copies of data, while ensuring that the separate copies remain synchronized.
> Ease of installation, deployment, and use: SQL Server 2000 includes a set of administrative and development tools that improve upon the process of installing, deploying, managing, and using SQL
> Server across several sites: SQL Server 2000 also supports a standards - based programming model integrated with the Windows DNA, making the use of SQL Server databases and data warehouses a seamless part of building powerful and scalable systems. These features allow you to rapidly deliver SQL Server applications that customers can implement with a minimum of installation and administrative overhead.
> Data warehousing & Data Mining: SQL Server 2000 includes tools for extracting and analyzing summary data for online analytical processing. SQL Server also includes tools for visually designing databases and analyzing data using English - based questions. Discover patterns and trends with data mining, and make predictions about future trends in business instances.

> Simplified Database Administration: Automatic tuning and maintenance features enable administrators to focus on other critical tasks.
CHAPTER 4
TABLES

Table 4.1 TABLEADMIN

Username varchar
Password varchar
The above table stores the login details of administrator.


Table 4.2 TABLEBANKER

username varchar
Password varchar


The above table stores the login details of banker.


Table 4.3 TABLEFEEDBACK

feedbackno int
cname varchar
address1 varchar
address2 varchar
phoneno varchar
email varchar
suggestion varchar

The above table stores the details of feedback form.
applicationno int
name varchar
age int
sex char
community char
address1 varchar
address2 varchar
phoneno varchar
email varchar
purpose varchar
annualincome money
bname char
accountno int
minamount money
maxamount money
documents varchar
dateofbirth varchar


The above table stores the values from application form.

Table 4.5 TABLEFEEDBACKNO

feedbackno



int



The above table stores the feedbackno.

applicationno int
name varchar
age int
sex char
community char
address1 varchar
address2 varchar
phoneno varchar
email varchar
purpose varchar
annualincome money
bname char
accountno int
minamount money
maxamount money
documents varchar
status varchar
dateofbirth varchar

The above table stores values form hdfc application form.




Table 4.7TABLEHDFCNO

applicationno

int



The above table stores value of applicationno.

applicationno int
name varchar
age int
sex char
community char
address1 varchar
address2 varchar
phoneno varchar
email varchar
purpose varchar
annualincome money
bname char
accountno int
minamount money
maxamount money
documents varchar
status varchar
dateofbirth varchar

The above table stores values form hsbc application form.
applicationno int
name varchar
age int
sex char
community char
address1 varchar
address2 varchar
phoneno varchar
email varchar
purpose varchar
annualincome money
bname char
accountno int
minamount money
maxamount money
documents varchar
status varchar
dateofbirth varchar

The above table stores values form icici application form.

The above table stores values after modification.

CHAPTER 5 FIGURES











Admin











User



Fig 5.1 Context Level DFD

The above Fig 5.1 gives brief idea about how admin interact with user

Fig 5.2 depicts the administrator login to On-line Financial Information by specifying login information



Banker


Banker Login Login

, Response


Login File

Request





Fig 5.3 Banker Level DFD


Fig 5.3 depicts the banker login to On-line Financial Information by specifying login information
Fig 5.4 demonstrates the flow of product in Banker Level. Banker can either search for new application or search for existing loans the product.

Application Details
Admin File

'Response



Request

Admin Security
Banker File

Response






Admin


Request Banker File
Response

Request
^ Banker File
^
Response

The Fig 5.5 shows the flow of admin.





Fig 5.6 welcome page





Fig 5.7 User page






Fig 5.8 Banker Login



Fig 5.9 Banker Search Page







Fig 5.10 Admin Login







Fig 5.11 Admin Applications









Fig 5.13 Change Password




Fig 5.14 Display Reports
CHAPTER 6 CONCLUSION
The project and implimentation was successfully completed within the time span allotted. Every effort has been made to present the system in more user friendly manner. All the activities provide a feeling like an easy walk over to the user who is interfacing with the system. All the disadvantages of the existing system have been overcome using the present system of "On-line Financial Information" which has been successfully implemented at client's location. A trial run of the system has been made and is giving good results.
The system has been developed in an attractive dialogs fashion and the entire user interface is attractive and user friendly and suits all the necessities laid down by the clients initially. So user with minimum knowledge about the computers and the system can easily work with the system.
RESUME

Online Financial Information can be easily expanded without any complexity. I wish to include the informations about more than 3 banks.Online Banking(Internet Banking) is going to be the largest marketing scope in future.
By using this site any no of banks can be cooperated each other and can easily identify the fraud works happen in banks. Security is going to be implemented largely so as to provide some more flexibility in allocating loans.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
TEXT BOOKS



DEVELOPING ASP.NET APPLICATION : DINO ESPOSITO
LEARNING ASP.NET : O'REILLY & ASSOCIATE
PRINCIPLE OF DATABASE : MARTIN
MANAGEMENT

PROGRAMMING WITH ASP.NET SOFTWARE ENGINEERING SQL SERVER



SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

: JACOB GEORGE

: ROGERS PRESSMAN
: JONATHAN GENNICK AND TOM LUERS
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