System Requirment Specification for Postal System
2482 words 10 pages1. INTRODUCTION The SRS provides functioning of the Post Office Transaction System software used in postal offices all over the country. This software works in a Client Server environment with the server storing the data and clients connecting to the server for all types of transactions.
It will explain the purpose and features of the system, the interfaces of the system, what the system will do, the constraints under which it must operate, specific requirements and other supporting information. This document is intended for both the stakeholders and the developers of the system.
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It lists all the functions performed by the system. It gives the details of each of the system functions and actions in full for the software developer’s assistance. It also gives the overview of the problems currently faced by the system and provides solutions for the same.
2. OVERALL DESCRIPTION
The project deals with the problem of requiring the customers to interact with two or more counters to get the transactions done. The system will avoid this problem by including all the post office transaction functionalities on a single machine. The system will authenticate the user. The system will provide intuitive menu that provides checks and controls to guide the operator. The system will allow the user to enter the details. The system will create invoices of the placed orders and maintain database for the same. The system will maintain a database that stores information about the employee and the details regarding various bills The system will receive at the national level a comprehensive and accurate accounting and statistical data concerning counter operations. The system will fully automate the counter operations, ensuring security of cash flow and accurate tracking of all operations. The system will maintain the record of all the letters according to the area wise distribution.
The problem of
• Manually handling all the post office transactions in an environment where specific