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4124 check incheck out fr16 the system shall record

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4.1.2.4 Check In/Check Out FR16. The System shall record the transaction details such as Resource ID, Member ID, Due Date, Check out Date, Checked in Date, Status. 4.2 Non- Functional Requirements 4.2.1 Performance Requirements NF1. Database should be updated within a second. NF2. Search results should be displayed within a second. NF3. User Interface shall not take more than 3 seconds to load. NF4. Login should be validated within 2 seconds. 4.2.2 Security Requirements NF5. Every external communication between data server and end user takes place through VPN. NF6. Payment Information are protected and encrypted. NF7. Payment transaction is done with HTTP over Secure Protocol.
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Library Management System 13 | P a g e 4.2.3 Safety Requirements NF8. In the event of failure, there should be another data server be on standby to provide fault tolerance capability. 4.2.4 Capacity Requirements NF9. Not more than 10,000 members to be registered. 4.3 User Interface Requirement The UI is loaded from the server to any web browser. So our UI is compatible to any browser such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer etc. It also provide responsive design so it can be viewed or operated from the Mobile Browsers as well. 4.4 Communication Interface We will be using HTTPS/HTTP protocol for the communication over the server.
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Library Management System 14 | P a g e 4.5 Hardware and Software Specifications Standard Client Standard Web Application Server Standard Database Server Hardware 200 GB HDD Dual Core Processor 1 GHz Monitor 1024x768 1 GB RAM 1TB HDD Quad Core Processor 3 GHZ 20TB HDD RAID Quad Core Processor Operating System Any Linux Linux Software Any Web Browser Apache/Python Mongo DB Network 1 Mbps Ethernet Dual 100 Mbps Ethernet Dual 500 Mbps Ethernet
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Library Management System 15 | P a g e 5 Use Case Analysis Use Case Name: Register the member ID: UC1 Priority: High Actor: Librarian Description: Librarian collects the information of the person who wishes to get membership, fill up the information in the portal and registers for the library. Trigger: A person requests librarian to register for the library. Preconditions: 1. The librarian collects required credentials and information to be registered as member. Normal Course: 1. The librarian opens the membership database portal. 2. Fills Up the required information such as name, address, contact, ID of the member. 3. Submits the filled information to the registered member. 4. Server verifies and validate the filled information. 5. Librarians post the payment for the registered member. 6. Server verifies the authenticity of the payment for membership registration. 7. Server creates the profile for registered member. Post conditions: Newly registered member is activated and fully unlocked to use LMS service.
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Library Management System 16 | P a g e Use Case Name: Add a resource ID: UC2 Priority: High Actor: Librarian Description: It adds the available information and description of the resource.
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  • Spring '18
  • NASSOR ABDALLAH
  • Requirements analysis

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