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Hotel Booking System
A new Dublin Hilton Hotel is opening next year
requires a computerised hotel booking system...
Extremely important that this system is very easy to use and
provides useful feedback at all times...
Solution
Our Solution incorporates all the below
technologies.
• Database - Microsoft Access
• GUI - Web Browser (Fire Fox 2.0, IE7, etc.)
– Web Pages - Java Server Pages (JSP) specifications
from Sun Microsystems, allowing Java Code
• Web Server - Apache Tomcat Web Container
• Database
– The system must be backed up to a database
– Two levels of users
• Administrators: who are allowed access to all of
the system’s functionality including administrative
functions
• Ordinary Users: who are not allowed access to
any of the administrative functions of the system.
– Administrative Function: allows the system
administrator to specify the details of the rooms in
the hotel, ie. text descriptions of the rooms, the
number of each type of room (i.e. single, double,
twin, etc.), whether rooms are smoking or nonsmoking, seasonal price of rooms etc.
ER Diagram
Data Model
• GUI
– Java Server Pages (JSP) are normal HTML with Java
code pieces embedded in them.
– The JSP compiler is used to generate a Servlet from
the JSP page, like PSP, PHP and ASP.
• Example: <H1>Today is:</H1> <%= new java.util.Date() %>
– The Servlet(s) controls the content or appearance of
Web pages.
• This allows for greater freedom in the GUI design.
• It also allows small programs that are specified in the Web
page and run on the Web server to modify the Web page
before it is sent to the user who requested it.
• JSP technology = Servlet application program interface
(API).
GUI Reservations Mock-up
GUI Check-In Mock-up
Front-end Functions
• Reservation: Specifies a guest name, room
type, arrival date, and departure date and
allocates that guest a room.
• Cancellation: Specifies a guest name and
cancels any reservations that that guest has.
• Check in: Specifies a guest name, allocates
that guest a room if they have a reservation
and records within the system that the
guest’s room is occupied.
• Check out: Specifies a room number or a guest
name and releases that room and calculates
a guest’s final bill.
Use Case
Reservation
Select Single
Select Room Type
User Login
Front End User
Check Room Avail
Select Apartment
Cancellation
Select Twin
Checkin
Select Double
Checkout
Alter Room Type
Room Desc
BackEnd User
Add Users
Room Price
Delete User
Back-end Functions
• Pricing
– Able to change the price, Reduce / Increase,
Seasonal Rates, etc.
• Room Description
– Able to change room description, etc.
• Add /Delete a User
– User can be added or deleted, etc.
• Room Type
– Room types are allocated e.g. Double,Single,Twin or
Apartment.
Use Case
Reservation
Select Single
Select Room Type
User Login
Front End User
Check Room Avail
Select Apartment
Cancellation
Select Twin
Checkin
Select Double
Checkout
Alter Room Type
Room Desc
BackEnd User
Add Users
Room Price
Delete User
Class Diagram
Transition Diagram
Us erLogin
( Us er can search for room s )
Search
( Search for rooms )
Us er can check available rooms
Rooms
Available
( Dis play Num ber of room s available )
RoomAvaila
bility
( Res erve a room )
( Rooms Available +1 )
( Room Available - 1 )
Res ervation
Checkin
( Rooms Available+1 )
CheckOut
Cancellatio
n
( Hous e full )
Interaction Sequence Diagram
Front End User
Front End UI :
Front End User
login( )
Control : Back
End User
: Room
Available
: Reservation
: Check In
validateUser( )
Login successful()
search( )
Rooms Available
Make Reservation
Take Customer Details
Cancel Reservation
Update Rooms Availability
: Cancellation
: Check Out
CONCLUSION
• User friendly Interface
- For fills brief is its ease of use, no extra
training required.
• Microsoft Access Database
-Easy to use and update for all levels of
computer skills.
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