Cheque Book Transaction System UML Diagram

Posted By freeproject on March 18, 2018

Cheque Book Transaction System Activity Diagram

Posted By freeproject on March 13, 2018

This is the Activity UML diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System which shows the flows between the activity of Customer, Bank, Account, Transaction, Cheque Book. The main activity involved in this UML Activity Diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System are as follows:

  • Customer Activity
  • Bank Activity
  • Account Activity
  • Transaction Activity
  • Cheque Book Activity

Features of the Activity UML diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System

  • Admin User can search Customer, view description of a selected Customer, add Customer, update Customer and delete Customer.
  • Its shows the activity flow of editing, adding and updating of Bank
  • User will be able to search and generate report of Account, Transaction, Cheque Book
  • All objects such as ( Customer, Bank, Cheque Book) are interlinked
  • Its shows the full description and flow of Customer, Transaction, Cheque Book, Account, Bank
Cheque Book Transaction System Activity Diagram

Cheque Book Transaction System Class Diagram

Posted By freeproject on August 2, 2017

Cheque Book Transaction System Class Diagram describes the structure of a Cheque Book Transaction System classes, their attributes, operations (or methods), and the relationships among objects. The main classes of the Cheque Book Transaction System are Cheque Book, Account, Transaction, Balance, Bank, Customer.

Classes of Cheque Book Transaction System Class Diagram:

  • Cheque Book Class : Manage all the operations of Cheque Book
  • Account Class : Manage all the operations of Account
  • Transaction Class : Manage all the operations of Transaction
  • Balance Class : Manage all the operations of Balance
  • Bank Class : Manage all the operations of Bank
  • Customer Class : Manage all the operations of Customer

Classes and their attributes of Cheque Book Transaction System Class Diagram:

  • Cheque Book Attributes : cheque_book_id, cheque_book_customer_id, cheque_book_number, cheque_book_type, cheque_book_description
  • Account Attributes : account_id, account_customer_id, account_number, account_type, account_balance, account_description
  • Transaction Attributes : transaction_id, transaction_customer_id, transaction_amount, transaction_number, transaction_type, transaction_history, transaction_description
  • Balance Attributes : balance_id, balance_customer_id, balance_amount, balance_description
  • Bank Attributes : bank_id, bank_customer_id, bank_name, bank_branch_code, bank_place, bank_type, bank_description
  • Customer Attributes : customer_id, customer_name, customer_mobile, customer_email, customer_username, customer_password, customer_address

Classes and their methods of Cheque Book Transaction System Class Diagram:

  • Cheque Book Methods : addCheque Book(), editCheque Book(), deleteCheque Book(), updateCheque Book(), saveCheque Book(), searchCheque Book()
  • Account Methods : addAccount(), editAccount(), deleteAccount(), updateAccount(), saveAccount(), searchAccount()
  • Transaction Methods : addTransaction(), editTransaction(), deleteTransaction(), updateTransaction(), saveTransaction(), searchTransaction()
  • Balance Methods : addBalance(), editBalance(), deleteBalance(), updateBalance(), saveBalance(), searchBalance()
  • Bank Methods : addBank(), editBank(), deleteBank(), updateBank(), saveBank(), searchBank()
  • Customer Methods : addCustomer(), editCustomer(), deleteCustomer(), updateCustomer(), saveCustomer(), searchCustomer()

Class Diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System :

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Cheque Book Transaction System Class Diagram

Cheque Book Transaction System Component Diagram

Posted By freeproject on February 8, 2018

This is a Component diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System which shows components, provided and required interfaces, ports, and relationships between the Transaction, Bank, Balance, Saving Account and Customer. This type of diagrams is used in Component-Based Development (CBD) to describe systems with Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). Cheque Book Transaction System UML component diagram, describes the organization and wiring of the physical components in a system.

Components of UML Component Diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System:

  • Transaction Component
  • Bank Component
  • Balance Component
  • Saving Account Component
  • Customer Component

Featues of Cheque Book Transaction System Component Diagram:

  • You can show the models the components of Cheque Book Transaction System.
  • Model the database schema of Cheque Book Transaction System
  • Model the executables of an application of Cheque Book Transaction System
  • Model the system's source code of Cheque Book Transaction System
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Cheque Book Transaction System Dataflow Diagram

Posted By freeproject on April 21, 2017

Cheque Book Transaction System Data flow diagram is often used as a preliminary step to create an overview of the Cheque Book Transaction without going into great detail, which can later be elaborated.it normally consists of overall application dataflow and processes of the Cheque Book Transaction process. It contains all of the userflow and their entities such all the flow of Cheque Book, Accounts, Customer, Transaction, Bank, Balance, Account Type. All of the below diagrams has been used for the visualization of data processing and structured design of the Cheque Book Transaction process and working flow.


Zero Level Data flow Diagram(0 Level DFD) of Cheque Book Transaction System :

This is the Zero Level DFD of Cheque Book Transaction System, where we have eloborated the high level process of Cheque Book Transaction. It’s a basic overview of the whole Cheque Book Transaction System or process being analyzed or modeled. It’s designed to be an at-a-glance view of Bank,Balance and Account Type showing the system as a single high-level process, with its relationship to external entities of Cheque Book,Accounts and Customer. It should be easily understood by a wide audience, including Cheque Book,Customer and Bank In zero leve DFD of Cheque Book Transaction System, we have described the high level flow of the Cheque Book Transaction system.

High Level Entities and proccess flow of Cheque Book Transaction System:

  • Managing all the Cheque Book
  • Managing all the Accounts
  • Managing all the Customer
  • Managing all the Transaction
  • Managing all the Bank
  • Managing all the Balance
  • Managing all the Account Type
Zero Level DFD Cheque Book Transaction System

First Level Data flow Diagram(1st Level DFD) of Cheque Book Transaction System :

First Level DFD (1st Level) of Cheque Book Transaction System shows how the system is divided into sub-systems (processes), each of which deals with one or more of the data flows to or from an external agent, and which together provide all of the functionality of the Cheque Book Transaction System system as a whole. It also identifies internal data stores of Account Type, Balance, Bank, Transaction, Customer that must be present in order for the Cheque Book Transaction system to do its job, and shows the flow of data between the various parts of Cheque Book, Customer, Balance, Account Type, Bank of the system. DFD Level 1 provides a more detailed breakout of pieces of the 1st level DFD. You will highlight the main functionalities of Cheque Book Transaction.

Main entities and output of First Level DFD (1st Level DFD):

  • Processing Cheque Book records and generate report of all Cheque Book
  • Processing Accounts records and generate report of all Accounts
  • Processing Customer records and generate report of all Customer
  • Processing Transaction records and generate report of all Transaction
  • Processing Bank records and generate report of all Bank
  • Processing Balance records and generate report of all Balance
  • Processing Account Type records and generate report of all Account Type
First Level DFD Cheque Book Transaction System

Second Level Data flow Diagram(2nd Level DFD) of Cheque Book Transaction System :

DFD Level 2 then goes one step deeper into parts of Level 1 of Cheque Book Transaction. It may require more functionalities of Cheque Book Transaction to reach the necessary level of detail about the Cheque Book Transaction functioning. First Level DFD (1st Level) of Cheque Book Transaction System shows how the system is divided into sub-systems (processes). The 2nd Level DFD contains more details of Account Type, Balance, Bank, Transaction, Customer, Accounts, Cheque Book.

Low level functionalities of Cheque Book Transaction System

  • Admin logins to the system and manage all the functionalities of Cheque Book Transaction System
  • Admin can add, edit, delete and view the records of Cheque Book, Customer, Bank, Account Type
  • Admin can manage all the details of Accounts, Transaction, Balance
  • Admin can also generate reports of Cheque Book, Accounts, Customer, Transaction, Bank, Balance
  • Admin can search the details of Accounts, Bank, Balance
  • Admin can apply different level of filters on report of Cheque Book, Transaction, Bank
  • Admin can tracks the detailed information of Accounts, Customer, Transaction, , Bank
Second Level DFD Cheque Book Transaction System

Cheque Book Transaction System ER Diagram

Posted By freeproject on July 17, 2017

This ER (Entity Relationship) Diagram represents the model of Cheque Book Transaction System Entity. The entity-relationship diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System shows all the visual instrument of database tables and the relations between Account, Balance, Cheque Book, Customer etc. It used structure data and to define the relationships between structured data groups of Cheque Book Transaction System functionalities. The main entities of the Cheque Book Transaction System are Cheque Book, Account, Transaction, Balance, Bank and Customer.

Cheque Book Transaction System entities and their attributes :

  • Cheque Book Entity : Attributes of Cheque Book are cheque_book_id, cheque_book_customer_id, cheque_book_number, cheque_book_type, cheque_book_description
  • Account Entity : Attributes of Account are account_id, account_customer_id, account_number, account_type, account_balance, account_description
  • Transaction Entity : Attributes of Transaction are transaction_id, transaction_customer_id, transaction_amount, transaction_number, transaction_type, transaction_history, transaction_description
  • Balance Entity : Attributes of Balance are balance_id, balance_customer_id, balance_amount, balance_description
  • Bank Entity : Attributes of Bank are bank_id, bank_customer_id, bank_name, bank_branch_code, bank_place, bank_type, bank_description
  • Customer Entity : Attributes of Customer are customer_id, customer_name, customer_mobile, customer_email, customer_username, customer_password, customer_address

Description of Cheque Book Transaction System Database :

  • The details of Cheque Book is store into the Cheque Book tables respective with all tables
  • Each entity (Customer, Transaction, Bank, Account, Cheque Book) contains primary key and unique keys.
  • The entity Transaction, Bank has binded with Cheque Book, Account entities with foreign key
  • There is one-to-one and one-to-many relationships available between Bank, Balance, Customer, Cheque Book
  • All the entities Cheque Book, Bank, Transaction, Customer are normalized and reduce duplicacy of records
  • We have implemented indexing on each tables of Cheque Book Transaction System tables for fast query execution.
Cheque Book Transaction System ER Diagram

Cheque Book Transaction System Sequence Diagram

Posted By freeproject on January 31, 2018

This is the UML sequence diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System which shows the interaction between the objects of Saving Account, Customer, Cheque Book, Transaction, Account. The instance of class objects involved in this UML Sequence Diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System are as follows:

  • Saving Account Object
  • Customer Object
  • Cheque Book Object
  • Transaction Object
  • Account Object

This is the UML sequence diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System which shows the interaction between the objects of Saving Account, Customer, Cheque Book, Transaction, Account. The instance of class objects involved in this UML Sequence Diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System are as follows:

  • Saving Account Object
  • Customer Object
  • Cheque Book Object
  • Transaction Object
  • Account Object

Cheque Book Transaction System Use Case Diagram

Posted By freeproject on July 24, 2017

This Use Case Diagram is a graphic depiction of the interactions among the elements of Cheque Book Transaction System. It represents the methodology used in system analysis to identify, clarify, and organize system requirements of Cheque Book Transaction System. The main actors of Cheque Book Transaction System in this Use Case Diagram are: Super Admin, System User, Bank, Customer, who perform the different type of use cases such as Manage Cheque Book, Manage Account, Manage Transaction, Manage Balance, Manage Bank, Manage Customer, Manage Saving Account, Manage Users and Full Cheque Book Transaction System Operations. Major elements of the UML use case diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System are shown on the picture below.

The relationships between and among the actors and the use cases of Cheque Book Transaction System:

  • Super Admin Entity : Use cases of Super Admin are Manage Cheque Book, Manage Account, Manage Transaction, Manage Balance, Manage Bank, Manage Customer, Manage Saving Account, Manage Users and Full Cheque Book Transaction System Operations
  • System User Entity : Use cases of System User are Manage Cheque Book, Manage Account, Manage Transaction, Manage Balance, Manage Bank, Manage Customer, Manage Saving Account
  • Bank Entity : Use cases of Bank are Check Requests, Allot Cheque Books, Check History, Check Traking Status
  • Customer Entity : Use cases of Customer are Request Cheque Book, Track Status, Check History

Use Case Diagram of Cheque Book Transaction System :

 Cheque Book Transaction System Use Case Diagram

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