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ABSTRACT

The order processing system aims to process the customer orders to calculate
the requirements of raw materials. The user requirements are analyzed to identify
the information needs of the end users, the organization environment and the
existing system. The system enables clients to check for different cakes available at
the online store. The project comprises the list of Cakes and bakery items
displayed in different classifications. If the client likes a product he may add it to
his shopping cart. People may even pay through a credit card or cash on delivery.
User has also option for ordering custom cakes according to their requirements like
cake’s flavour, size, and shape and so on.
The user can easily order the order items through online and user get an
SMS for the product registration. Discussion for the individual products is also
processed in the present system. Databases are designed with care to accommodate
growth in future. User friendly forms have been designed for data entry. Reports
for the products item can be easily viewed at any time.
To conclude, Project Data Grid works like a component which can access all the
databases and picks up different functions. It overcomes the many limitations
incorporated in the attendance.

 Easy implementation environment

 Generate report flexibly

The project has a very vast scope in future. The project can be implemented on
intranet in future. Project can be updated in near future as and when requirement
for the same arises, as it is very flexible in terms of expansion. With the proposed
software of database Space Manager ready and fully functional the client is now
able to manage and hence run the entire work in a much better, accurate and error
free manner. The following are the future scope for the project.

 Discontinue of particular student eliminate potential attendance.

 Bar code Reader based attendance system

 Individual Attendance system with photo using Student login


Technology has made significant progress over the years to provide consumers a better
online shopping experience and will continue to do so for years to come. With the rapid
growth of products and brands, people have speculated that online shopping will overtake in-
store shopping. While this has been the case in some areas, there is still demand for brick
and mortar stores in market areas where the consumer feels more comfortable seeing and
touching the product being bought. However, the availability of online shopping has
produced a more educated consumer that can shop around with relative ease without having
to spend a large amount of time. In exchange, online shopping has opened up doors to many
small retailers that would never be in business if they had to incur the high cost of owning a
brick and mortar store. At the end, it has been a win-win situation for both consumer and
sellers.