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# Computing Project

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Analysis 1. Background to/identification of the problem I came up with my project idea through a problem my friend, a shop clerk, who runs a DVD rental shop, had faced. He used to rent out DVDs to his registered customers for the price of �1.50 for old DVD's and �3.00 for DVD's which are pretty new but the problem was that he had to do everything without a computer system which made his job quite difficult for him. So I have decided to make a system for his video rental shop as my project which would make it easier for him. The general environment is him behind a counter surrounded by loads of DVDs so he is the only person who works in the shop, there is no staff but sometimes when required, he may get someone to cover for him if needed. The current system in operation works by a customer registering with the rental shop first they then receive their unique membership number which they then quote every time they want to rent a DVD out and then pay the rental price for that DVD. The shop clerk then looks for this membership number through a file which contains all the registered customers and their membership numbers, arranged in order from smallest to biggest and every time a new customer registers they get the next available membership number with in the file. The problem with the current system is that everything is done manually which is really time consuming and may get much difficult to maintain when and if the total number of members for that shop exceeds over 500, as looking for the membership numbers through a list of over 500 can take along time to find. For a solution to this problem I am aiming to come up with a system which will try to reduce the amount of time being spent while dealing with rentals and come up with a computerised system. ...read more.

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rest of the fields have data entered in them And error message should pop up As expected 26 Rent Out A DVD When a DVD is not selected but the rest of the fields have data entered in them And error message should pop up As expected 27 Rent Out A DVD When a Price for a DVD is left blank but the rest of the fields have data entered in them And error message should pop up As expected 28 Rent Out A DVD When A Member is trying to rent out more than 3 DVDs And error message should pop up As Expected 29 Rent Out A DVD Renting out a DVD that is already on loan And error message should pop up As Expected 30 Rent Out A DVD Printing the receipt A confirmation message pops up As Expected 31 Returning A DVD Returning A DVD A confirmation message should pop up and the record should be deleted As Expected 32 Returning A DVD When a member has not been selected An error message should pop up As Expected 33 Loans Overdue Testing whether the button to activate a query works. A confirmation message should pop up and a list of all the overdue loans should be listed As expected 34 Loans Testing whether the overdue loans list prints out A confirmation message should pop up and the overdue loans list should print out. As expected 35 Register A Member Testing whether the input masks work The input mask should only accept the data in the format its setup to accept A As expected System maintenance 1. System Overview This is a DVD Rental System which is used by a user who owns a DVD renting shop. Though a username and password facility the user/shop clerk is able register members to the shop giving them the opportunity to rent DVD's from his shop. ...read more.

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