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The Restaurant Management

Submitted for six weeks Industrial Training

OBJECTIVE
If we are trying to cope with QuickBooks or a series of Excel Spreadsheets, we are undoubtedly spending countless hours making crucial decisions with questionable data. If we are struggling with some other very expensive and complicated form of software, Restaurant Management System will give us something that desperately needs MORE TIME TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS! It is designed to avoid paper work. It is designed to increase operational efficiency, saving our money and time, maximizing profit and provide more security. This software is developed to manage the restaurant more effectively and efficiently by computerizing Meal Ordering, Billing, and Stock Maintenance & Accounting. This application is also designed for inventory control, menu, recipe and liquor costing, sales management.

SCOPE
Our software can be used in any kind of restaurant like Bar, Sandwich Shop, Pizzeria, Steak House, and Cafe Shop, Deli, Buffet, and Catering business, Doughnut or Pastry Shop, Hotel restaurant/kitchen and more. It is not Web Based Application, it is standby Application.

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What is Restaurant Management?


Restaurant management is the profession of managing a restaurant. It includes the
major function of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, developing an attitude in food and beverage control systems and to efficiently and effectively plan menus at profitable prices, taking into consideration constraints, preparation and other variables affecting food and beverage outlets.

Restaurant Management System Software


If you are in food service management or restaurant management and looking for restaurant software to control profitability of your business, you know that now, more than ever, it is critical to understand all your costs and how they relate to your restaurants management of sales. Management in restaurants is one of the most daunting jobs in the restaurant industry. If you are trying to cope with QuickBooks or a series of Excel Spreadsheets, you are undoubtedly spending countless hours making crucial decisions with questionable data. If you are struggling with some other very expensive and complicated form of software, Restaurant Management System will give you something you desperately need MORE TIME TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS! The Restaurant Professional Software program is a comprehensive restaurant management tool designed for foodservice management of all types. It is simple to learn and easy to use. This system processes transaction and stores the resulting data. Reports will be generated from these data which help the manager to make appropriate business decisions for the restaurant. For example, knowing the number of customers for a particular time interval, the manager can decide whether more waiters and chefs are required. Restaurant Software Systems are essential to the successful operation of most foodservice establishments because they allow the business to track transactions in real-time.

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This software can be called in any of the following names:


Restaurant kitchen management system Hotel management system Restaurant management system Restaurant inventory management system Restaurant production management system Restaurant inventory and production cost control management system Restaurant chain management system Hotel chain management system

Various Advantages
It increases operational efficiency. It is designed to help you cost your recipes and track inventory saving your Money and Time and maximizing profit. It helps the restaurant manager to manage the restaurant more effectively and efficiently by computerizing Meal Ordering, Billing, and Sales Management. Accounting. It is also designed for inventory control, menu, recipe and liquor costing, nutrition. It increases the security. It avoids paper work. It is Simple to learn and easy to use. It is portable.

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MODULES
The Restaurant Management Software is a Powerful Database Application which helps the restaurant manager to manage the restaurant more effectively and efficiently by computerizing Meal Ordering, Billing, and Stock Maintenance & Accounting. This application is also designed for inventory control, menu, recipe and liquor costing, sales management. It includes the following Modules as:

User Management Menu Management Customer Management Reservation Management Billing and Printing Accountancy and Sales Integration and Testing

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USERS ACCESS CONTROL


USER MANAGEMENT
FORMS Create User Users Outlook Edit User Delete User Change Password Sign Out Quit ADMINISTRATOR MANAGER SERVICE MANAGER

MENU MANAGEMENT
FORMS Add Menu Items View Full Menu Search Item Edit Item Delete Item ADMINISTRATOR MANAGER SERVICE MANAGER

CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT
FORMS Add Customer View All Customers Edit Customer Search Customer Delete Customer ADMINISTRATOR MANAGER SERVICE MANAGER

RESERVATION MANAGEMENT
FORMS Add Reservation Search Reservation ADMINISTRATOR MANAGER SERVICE MANAGER

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BILLING MANAGEMENT
FORMS Billing ADMINISTRATOR MANAGER SERVICE MANAGER

ACCOUNTANCY & SALES


FORMS View Home Delivery View Sales View Sales Graph View Tax Collection ADMINISTRATOR MANAGER SERVICE MANAGER

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HARDWARE & SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

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Software Requirements

Software Requirement during Development

C# 2010 on Visual Studio 2010 Express Edition. SQL Server 2008 Express Edition. Windows XP (Service Pack 3), Window 7, Window Vista (Service Pack 1). .NET Framework 4.0

Software Requirement after Development

SQL Server 2008 Express Edition. Windows XP (Service Pack 3), Window 7, Window Vista (Service Pack 1). .NET Framework 4.0

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Hardware Requirements

Hardware Requirement during Development

Colored Monitor. Keyboard. RAM (1GB). Hard disk (20 GB). CD ROM. Intel Core 2 DUO 1.6 GHZ Processor. Mouse.

Hardware Requirement after Development

Colored Monitor. Keyboard. RAM (1GB). Hard disk (20 GB). CD ROM. Intel Core 2 DUO 1.6 GHZ Processor. Mouse. Printer.

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TOOLS USED FOR DEVELOPMENT

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Tools Used For Development

Visual Studio 2010


The Visual Studio 2010 IDE has been redesigned which, according to Microsoft, clears the UI organization and "reduces clutter and complexity. The new IDE better supports multiple document windows and floating tool windows, while offering better multimonitor support. The IDE shell has been rewritten using the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), whereas the internals have been redesigned using Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) that offers more extensibility points than previous versions of the IDE that enabled add-ins to modify the behavior of the IDE. However, the ability to customize the layout, content and position of toolbars and menus is limited in Visual Studio 2010.

Languages
Title

Description Editor. The features include implicit line continuation, autoimplemented properties, collection initializes, and more.

Visual Basic 2010 Describes new features in the Visual Basic language and Code

Visual C# 2010

Describes new features in the C# language and Code Editor. The features include the dynamic type, named and optional arguments, enhanced Office programmability, and variance.

Visual C++ 2010

Describes new and revised features in Visual C++. The features include lambda expressions, the rvalue reference declarator, and the auto, decltype, and static_assert keywords.

Visual F# 2010

Describes the F# language, which is a language that supports functional programming for the .NET Framework.
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.NET Framework
The Microsoft .NET Framework is a software framework that can be installed on computers running Microsoft Windows operating systems. It includes a large library of coded solutions to common programming problems and a virtual machine that manages the execution of programs written specifically for the framework. The .NET framework supports multiple programming languages in a manner that allows language interoperability, whereby each language can utilize code written in other languages; in particular, the .NET library is available to all the programming languages that .NET encompasses. The .NET Framework is a Microsoft offering and is intended to be used by most new applications created for the Windows platform. The framework's Base Class Library provides a large range of features including user interface, data access, database connectivity, cryptography, web application development, numeric algorithms, and network communications. The class library is used by programmers, who combine it with their own code to produce applications.

.NET Framework version 4.0


The latest version of the .NET Framework which was released with Visual Studio 2010. The .NET Framework is an integral Windows component that supports building and running the next generation of applications and Web services. The key components of the .NET Framework are the common language runtime (CLR) and the .NET Framework class library, which includes ADO.NET, ASP.NET, Windows Forms, and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). The .NET Framework provides a managed execution environment, simplified development and deployment, and integration with a wide variety of programming languages.

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Architecture of .NET Framework

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Introduction to the C#.NET Language


C# is an elegant and type-safe object-oriented language that enables developers to build a variety of secure and robust applications that run on the .NET Framework. You can use C# to create traditional Windows client applications, XML Web services, distributed components, client-server applications, database applications, and much, much more. Visual C# 2010 provides an advanced code editor, convenient user interface designers, integrated debugger, and many other tools to make it easier to develop applications based on version 4.0 of the C# language and version 4.0 of the .NET Framework. As an object-oriented language, C# supports the concepts of encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. All variables and methods, including the Main method, the application's entry point, are encapsulated within class definitions. In addition to these basic object-oriented principles, C# makes it easy to develop software components through several innovative language constructs, including the following: Encapsulated method signatures called delegates, which enable type-safe event notifications. Properties, which serve as assessors for private member variables. Attributes, which provide declarative metadata about types at run time. Inline XML documentation comments. Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) which provides built-in query capabilities across a variety of data sources. C# has a rich set of predefined data types which you can use in your programs. The following figure illustrates the hierarchy of the predefined data types found in C#:

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Type bool sbyte byte short ushort int uint long ulong char float double decimal object string

Size in Bytes 1 1 1 2 2 4 4 8 8 2 4

Description Boolean value. The only valid literals are true and false. Signed byte integer. Unsigned byte integer. Signed short integer. Unsigned short integer. Signed integer. Literals may be in decimal (default) or hexadecimal notation (with a 0x prefix). Examples: 26, 0x1A Unsigned integer. Examples: 26U, 0x1AU (mandatory U suffix) Signed long integer. Examples: 26L, 0x1AL (mandatory L suffix) Unsigned long integer. Examples: 26UL, 0x1AUL (mandatory UL suffix) Unicode character. Example: 'A' (contained within single quotes) IEEE 754 single precision floating point number. Examples: 1.2F, 1E10F (mandatory F suffix) IEEE 754 double precision floating point number. Examples: 1.2, 1E10, 1D (optional D suffix) Numeric data type suitable for financial and monetary calculations, exact to the 28th decimal place. Example: 123.45M (mandatory M suffix) Ultimate base type for both value and reference types. Has no literal representation. Immutable sequence of Unicode characters. Example: "hello world!\n" (contained within double quotes)

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SQL Server 2008


The current version of SQL Server, SQL Server 2008, was released (RTM) on August 6, 2008 and aims to make data management self-tuning, self organizing, and self maintaining with the development of SQL Server Always On technologies, to provide near-zero downtime. SQL Server 2008 also includes support for structured and semistructured data, including digital media formats for pictures, audio, video and other multimedia data. In current versions, such multimedia data can be stored as BLOBs (binary large objects), but they are generic bit streams. Intrinsic awareness of multimedia data will allow specialized functions to be performed on them. SQL Server 2008 can be a data storage backend for different varieties of data: XML, email, time/calendar, file, document, spatial, etc as well as perform search, query, analysis, sharing, and synchronization across all data types. Other new data types include specialized date and time types and a spatial data type for location-dependent data. The Full-Text Search functionality has been integrated with the database engine, which simplifies management and improves performance. SQL Server includes better compression features, which also helps in improving scalability.

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SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LIFE CYCLE

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Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)


The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a conceptual model used in project management that describes the stages involved in an information system development project from an initial feasibility study through maintenance of the completed application. Some methods work better for specific types of projects, but in the final analysis, the most important factor for the success of a project may be how closely particular plan was followed. The image below is the classic Waterfall model methodology, which is the first SDLC method and it describes the various phases involved in development.

The SDLC Waterfall Model

The relationship of each stage to the others can be roughly described as a waterfall, where the outputs from a specific stage serve as the initial inputs for the following stage. During each stage, additional information is gathered or developed, combined with the inputs, and used to produce the stage deliverables.

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Different Phases
System planning
The system planning is used to determine if the project should get the go-ahead. If the project is to proceed, the system plan will produce a project plan and budget estimates for the future stages of development.

Requirement Analysis and Design


Analysis gathers the requirements for the system. Design focuses on high level design like, what programs are needed and how are they going to interact. During these phases, the software's overall structure is defined. Analysis and Design are very crucial in the whole development cycle. The logical system of the product is developed in this phase.

Development and Coding


In this phase the designs are translated into code. Computer programs are written using a conventional programming language. Various Programming tools are used to generate the code. Different high level programming languages like PHP, Java are used for coding.

Integration and Testing


In this phase the system is tested. Normally programs are written as a series of individual modules, this subject to separate and detailed test. The system is then tested as a whole. The separate modules are brought together and tested as a complete system. The system is tested to ensure that interfaces between modules work together.

Maintenance
Inevitably the system will need maintenance. Software will definitely undergo change once it is delivered to the customer. Change could happen because of some unexpected input values into the system. In addition, the changes in the system could directly affect the software operations. The software should be developed to accommodate changes that could happen during the post implementation period.
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PROJECT PLANNING

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Project Planning
The planning stage establishes a bird's eye view of the intended software product, and uses this to establish the basic project structure, evaluate feasibility and risks associated with the project, and describe appropriate management and technical approaches Project planning is part of Project Management. It is a well-established approach to managing and controlling the introduction of new initiatives or organizational changes. Projects are finite in length, usually one-time pieces of work involving a number of activities that must be completed within a given time frame, and often on a fixed budget. While the very simplest projects can be managed easily by applying common sense and just getting on with things, projects that are more complex need a great deal of planning, and benefit from a formal, disciplined management approach. From making sure that activities will actually meet the specified need, to devising a workable schedule, developing systems for reporting progress, and managing requests for changes all of these issues require thoughtful consideration. Managing projects well requires a great deal of time, skill, and finesse. There are many sides to project management and this is what makes it so interesting and demanding

Application Goals
Profile Management of three categories of users(Administrator, Manager, Service Manager) Providing different access to different categories of user. Creating accounts of Customer by using unique Customer ID. Giving Facility of Home Delivery to Customers. Giving Facility of Discount.

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Software Configuration Management


When you build computer software, change happens. And because it happens, you need to control it effectively. Software Configuration Management Software (SCM) is a set of activities that are designed to control change by identifying the work products that are likely to change, establishing relationships among them, defining mechanisms for managing different versions of work products, controlling changes that are imposed, and auditing and reporting on the changes that are made. SCM is a best tool to manage change to our software systems. However, even with the best of intentions, software projects continue to fail because of problems that could have been avoided through the use of an SCM tool and appropriate processes. These failures are reflected in poor quality, late delivery, cost overruns, and the incapability to meet customer demands. All these flaws are removed by Software Configuration Management (SCM). This Software was developed by four developers (Gagandeep, Navdeep, Manmeen, and Navdeep).We make this project together by putting our full efforts and hard work. We completed this project in two months. We have worked for at least 5 hours in a day. We also have VB classes daily. While making project we follow the stages like Project Planning, Design and Coding, Integration and Testing.

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Requirements Analysis
Requirements Analysis in systems engineering and software engineering, encompasses those tasks that go into determining the needs or conditions to meet for a new or altered product, taking account of the possibly conflicting requirements of the various stakeholders, such as beneficiaries or users. Requirements analysis is critical to the success of a development project. Requirements must be documented, actionable, measurable, testable, related to identified business needs or opportunities, and defined to a level of detail sufficient for system design. Requirements can be functional and non-functional.

Conceptually, requirements analysis includes three types of activity:

Eliciting requirements: the task of communicating with customers and users to determine what their requirements are. This is sometimes also called requirements gathering. Analyzing requirements: determining whether the stated requirements are unclear, incomplete, ambiguous, or contradictory, and then resolving these issues. Recording requirements: Requirements might be documented in various forms, such as natural-language documents, use cases, user stories, or process specifications.

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MODULES IN RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


USER MANAGEMENT User management is a critical part of maintaining a secure system. Ineffective user and privilege management often lead many systems into being compromised. Therefore, it is important that you understand how you can protect your system through simple and effective user account management techniques. This User Management encloses three categories of users i.e. Administrator, Manager and Service Manager. Each of them had given different User Access Control facility. This Module will manage all the information about a user i.e. basically In this we create a New User Account by assigning a unique User Name and Password to the user along with the User Type. It also comprises user's Biodata which includes his Full Name, Address, Phone no, E-mail ID, etc. The access of creating a new user is given to both Administrator and Manager. User Outlook Users Outlook includes the display of the full information of all the users. It is a read-only operation, no editing can be performed. In this we can Edit an existing user account if any of the information regarding the user is changed or incorrect. The task of editing the user can only be performed by the Administrator. We can Delete the user account by using this option whose access is only given to the Administrator. Change Password If any of the user wants to Change his Password then by using this feature, User can change his password. This access is given to all type of users. MENU MANAGEMENT
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Create User

Edit User

Delete User

In a restaurant, a Menu is a printed brochure or public display on a poster or chalkboard that shows the list of options for a diner to select. A good restaurant menu design is key to any restaurant's marketing plan. It expresses your eaterys personality, focuses your overall operations, promotes profitability, establishes your budget and keeps your brand fresh in your customers mind. Menu management is done by using following features Add Menu Items In this we Add Items in a Menu by assigning a unique Item Code to each item. When we add any item; we give full description (ingredients), type, price, category for each item. The access of adding the items is given to both Administrator and Manager. View Full Menu As the name indicates, in this we display the full information of all the items in a menu. Only outlook of all the items is displayed, no editing is performed. Search Item When we want to find a single item from a number of items this feature is very useful. Here searching is performed through item name, when we enter name of any item the full information of that item is displayed. This saves our lots of time. Searching is performed for editing or deletion also. Edit Item If any information about the menu items is changed or incorrect then editing can be performed. After editing we can save the item again, the new changes are updated automatically. Editing is also performed by search also. Delete Item By using this feature, we can delete any item from the menu. Deletion is performed by searching also. If we have large number of items and want to delete some item firstly we search that item from menu, item is displayed then we delete that item. CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT The Customer Management System is an application, which allows the users to store,
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manage, and exchange customer information for efficient and effective management. It is a broadly recognized, widely-implemented strategy for managing and nurturing a companys interactions with customers, clients and sales prospects. Customer Management is done by using following features Add Customer In this we can make a New Customer Account which provides full information about the customer like Customer Name, Address, Customer Type, Phone no, etc. We also allot a unique Customer ID to each customer for future use. This customer ID is useful in the case of home delivery. View all Customers It includes the display of the full information of all the Customers. It is a read-only operation, no editing can be performed. Only outlook of all the customers is displayed, no changes are performed. Edit Customer If any information about the customer has been changed or incorrect then editing can be performed. If we have large number of customers then we can find the customer by using search operation. Then editing will be performed. This saves our lots of time. Search Customer Here searching is performed either by customer name or phone number. When we enter customer name or phone number full information of the customer is displayed. Only customers outlook is there, no changes can be performed in the displayed information. Delete Customer We can delete the customer account by using this option. Deletion is also performed by searching, In case we have large number of customer. RESERVATION MANAGEMENT

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A reservation Management is an arrangement made in advance to have a table available at a restaurant. The software automates the process of taking restaurant reservations and manages guest seating. It manages the coordination of servers, tables, walk-ins, and arriving parties, while providing information to support customer service initiatives. This leads to dramatically improve table management improve your customer care improve planning, flexibility, efficiency Reservation management includes following features Add Reservation By using this feature we can Add New Reservation by providing unique Reservation ID to each customer. This reservation account includes the information like Occasion, Gathering, Date of Reservation, Occasion Spot etc. Search Reservation Here Searching is performed through Date of Reservation. When we enter the date of reservation, the full information is displayed about that reservation. Edit Reservation If we want to perform any changes in the existing information of any reservation than editing can be done. The Edit Reservation Form is the Child Form of the Search Reservation.

BILL MANAGEMENT

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The process of sending a bill to customers for goods or services is called billing. Restaurant Billing System is a new generation of restaurant management software for Windows. It is a complete solution starting from taking orders from clients in producing bills, bookings and closing bills with different payment options. User interface is carefully optimized for high speed entering of client orders. The system represents rich set of reports that shows whole picture about restaurant operations and life cycles. In this module we can create a bill by assigning a unique bill number to each and every bill. In this we prepare bill for two type of customers they are Walk in Home delivery We also provide a facility of discount to our customer. Our bill includes Total Price, Total VAT and Payable Amount. At last bill is raised and we can print out a bill.

ACCOUNTANCY & SALES Accounting is called "the language of business". Accountancy is a branch of mathematical science that is useful in discovering the causes of success and failure in business. Sales is defined as a amount a company receives from the sale of its products, after deducting discounts, returns of products by customers, and damaged, missing, or stolen products. Value added tax (VAT) is similar to a sales tax. It is a tax on the estimated market value added to a product or material at each stage of its manufacture or distribution, ultimately passed on to the consumer. VAT was invented because very high sales taxes and tariffs encourage cheating and smuggling.

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View Home Delivery This feature provides us full information about all the Home Deliveries. The information includes Address of Customer, Phone Number, Customer Name, Home Delivery ID, Total Amount etc. It only provides outlook of home delivery, no editing can be performed. We can also find information by using searching operation. When we enter date of home delivery then the full information is displayed. View Sales We can view Total Sales of restaurant by using this feature. Sales can be viewed in three ways-per day, per month, per year. It only provides outlook of sales according to day. When we enter date of sales then full information of sales of that particular day is displayed. View Sales Graph In this we have the Graphical View of Sales. When we enter the starting and the last date to View Sales then the Total Sales of per day is displayed, according to that a Graph is prepared. This graph tells us on which day sales were maximum and minimum. View Tax Collection By using this feature we can View the Tax Collection. We can view tax collection in two ways- according to Month and Year. When we enter a particular month or year, then Total Tax of that particular month or year is displayed.

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DESIGN

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DESIGN PHASE

In systems, design functions and operations are described in detail, including screen layouts, business rules, process diagrams and other documentation. The output of this stage will describe the new system as a collection of modules or subsystems. The design stage takes as its initial input the requirements identified in the approved requirements document. For each requirement, a set of one or more design elements will be produced as a result of interviews, workshops, and/or prototype efforts. Design elements describe the desired software features in detail, and generally include functional hierarchy diagrams, screen layout diagrams, tables of business rules, business process diagrams, pseudo code, and a complete entity-relationship diagram with a full data dictionary. These design elements are intended to describe the software in sufficient detail that skilled programmers may develop the software with minimal additional input.
Requirements Document

DESIGN STAGE

Design Document

Updated Project Plan & Schedule

Updated Requirements Traceability Matrix

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ER Diagram Data Flow Diagrams

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ER Diagram

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Data Flow Diagrams (DFD)


DFD Level-0

Administrator

Users Outlook, View Full Menu and Customers, View Accountancy and Sales.

Create, Edit & Delete User, Change Password, Add, Search, Edit & Delete Items and Customers, Add & Search Reservation, Bill.

Manager
View Full Menu and Customers, View Accountancy & Sales.

Service Manager

Change Password, Search Item, Bill. View Full Menu and Customers, View Home Delivery.

Create User, Change Password, Add, Search & Edit Items, Add, Search, Edit and Delete Customers, Add & Search Reservation, Bill.

Restaurant Management
Billing

Printer

Store

Retrieve

RESTDATABASE

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DFD Level-1

LOGIN

Login Not Successful

Administrator/ Manager/ Service Manager

UserName Password UserType

All Fields Matched

Login Successful

SECURITY

User Access Control

Close Window

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DFD Level-1
CREATE USER
UserName Cannot Contain Space & Must Starts With An Alphabet Invalid Email ID Invalid Password

Fields Marked * Are Mandatory

Administrator/ Manager

UserName, Password, Confirm Password, LastName, FirstName, DateofBirth, Location, Contact No, Email ID, UserType.

Check All Fields Are Mandatory

Check Password

Check Email ID

Check UserName

Add Code Follows

Create User

SECURITY
New User Created Successfully

SECURITY

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DFD Level-1
ADD MENU ITEMS
Price Must Be In Numerics Item Name Must Contain Alphabets Fields Marked * Are Mandatory

Administrator/ Manager

ItemCode, ItemName, Category, Description, Price, Tax, Type

Check All Fields Are Mandatory

Check Item Name

Item Added

Check Price

Add Menu Items

LISTOFITEMS

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DFD Level-1
BILLING
Item Code & Quantity Should Be Numeric Invalid Item Code OR Quantity

Administrator/ Manager/ Service Manager

ADD/ CHECKOUT/ REMOVE

Add Item

Select Type of Customer

Choose Type of Customer

Check Item Code & Quantity Mandatory

Select The Item First

Remove Item

Check Out
Fetch

Check Item Code & Quantity Numeric


Add Items To Cart

Check Item Is Selected

Bill Raised

Add to/ Remove from Cart

BILL TABLE BILL DETAIL HOME DELIVERY

Print Bill

Printer

Remove Items From Cart

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CODING, DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING

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MAIN SCREEN

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Coding
public partial class Main_Screen : Form { public Main_Screen() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Main_Screen_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { Form1 f1 = new Form1(); f1.ShowDialog(); Login log=new Login(); log.receive(this); log.ShowDialog();

private void createUserToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Create_User cu = new Create_User(); cu.MdiParent = this; cu.Show(); } private void alterUserToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Edit_User ed = new Edit_User(); ed.MdiParent = this; ed.Show(); } private void changePasswordToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Change cp = new Change(); cp.MdiParent = this; cp.Show(); } private void quitToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Environment.Exit(0); } private void addToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Add_menu_items ami = new Add_menu_items(); ami.MdiParent = this; ami.Show(); } private void deleteUserToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Edit_User ed = new Edit_User(); ed.MdiParent = this; ed.Show();

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} private void searchItemToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { search_item si = new search_item(); si.MdiParent = this; si.Show(); } private void deleteItemToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Edit ei = new Edit(); ei.MdiParent = this; ei.Show(); } private void addCustomerToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Add_Customer ac = new Add_Customer(); ac.MdiParent = this; ac.Show(); } private void editCustomerToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Edit_Customer ec = new Edit_Customer(); ec.MdiParent = this; ec.Show(); } private void searchCustumerToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Search_Customer sc = new Search_Customer(); sc.MdiParent = this; sc.Show(); } private void deleteCustomerToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Edit_Customer ec = new Edit_Customer(); ec.MdiParent = this; ec.Show(); } private void viewToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { User_Outlook uo = new User_Outlook(); uo.MdiParent = this; uo.Show(); } private void viewAllCustomerToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { View_Customer vc = new View_Customer(); vc.MdiParent = this; vc.Show(); }

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private void addReservationToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Table_Reservation tr = new Table_Reservation(); tr.MdiParent = this; tr.Show(); } private void viewReservationToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { search_reservations sr = new search_reservations(); sr.MdiParent = this; sr.Show(); } private void billingToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Billing b = new Billing(); b.MdiParent = this; b.Show(); } private void timer1_Tick(object sender, EventArgs e) { toolStripStatusLabel1.Text = DateTime.Now.ToString(); } private void viewFullMenuToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { View_Menu vm = new View_Menu(); vm.MdiParent = this; vm.Show(); } private void editToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Edit ei = new Edit(); ei.MdiParent = this; ei.Show(); } private void viewHomeDeliveryToolStripMenuItem1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Form3 f3 = new Form3(); f3.MdiParent = this; f3.Show(); } private void viewSalesToolStripMenuItem1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Sales s = new Sales(); s.MdiParent = this; s.Show(); } private void viewSalesGraphToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { sales_graph sg= new sales_graph(); sg.MdiParent = this;

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sg.Show();

private void viewTaxCollectionToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { tax tx = new tax(); tx.MdiParent = this; tx.Show(); } private void signOutToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Login log = new Login(); log.receive(this); log.ShowDialog(); }

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LOGIN

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Coding
public partial class Login : Form { Main_Screen obj; public void receive(Main_Screen o1) { obj = o1; } public Login() { InitializeComponent(); } private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.SecurityTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.SecurityTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); ta.Fill(ds.Security); int flag = 0; int i = 0; string p, q; for (i = 0; i <= ds.Security.Rows.Count - 1; i++) { p = Convert.ToString(ds.Security.Rows[i]["UserName"]); q = Convert.ToString(ds.Security.Rows[i]["Password"]); if ((textBox1.Text == p) && (textBox2.Text == q) && (comboBox1.SelectedItem.ToString() == ds.Security.Rows[i]["UserType"].ToString())) { flag = 1; break; } } if (flag == 1) { MessageBox.Show("Login Successful"); if (comboBox1.SelectedItem.ToString() == "Manager") { obj.createUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.alterUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.deleteUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.changePasswordToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.signOutToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.quitToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.addToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewFullMenuToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.searchItemToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.editToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true;

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obj.deleteItemToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.addCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewAllCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.editCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.searchCustumerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.deleteCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.addReservationToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewReservationToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.billingToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewHomeDeliveryToolStripMenuItem1.Visible = true; obj.viewSalesToolStripMenuItem1.Visible = true; obj.viewSalesGraphToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewTaxCollectionToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true;

} else if (comboBox1.SelectedItem.ToString() == "Service Manager") { obj.createUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.viewToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.alterUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.deleteUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.changePasswordToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.signOutToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.quitToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.addToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.viewFullMenuToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.searchItemToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.editToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.deleteItemToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.addCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.viewAllCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.editCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.searchCustumerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.deleteCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.addReservationToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.viewReservationToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.billingToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewHomeDeliveryToolStripMenuItem1.Visible = true; obj.viewSalesToolStripMenuItem1.Visible = false; obj.viewSalesGraphToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false; obj.viewTaxCollectionToolStripMenuItem.Visible = false;

} else if (comboBox1.SelectedItem.ToString() == "Administrator") { obj.createUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.alterUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.deleteUserToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.changePasswordToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.signOutToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true;

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obj.quitToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.addToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewFullMenuToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.searchItemToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.editToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.deleteItemToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.addCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewAllCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.editCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.searchCustumerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.deleteCustomerToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.addReservationToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewReservationToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.billingToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewHomeDeliveryToolStripMenuItem1.Visible = true; obj.viewSalesToolStripMenuItem1.Visible = true; obj.viewSalesGraphToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true; obj.viewTaxCollectionToolStripMenuItem.Visible = true;

} catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message ); }

} else { MessageBox.Show("Login Not Successful"); textBox1.Text = ""; textBox2.Text = ""; comboBox1.SelectedIndex = -1; textBox1.Focus(); }

} this.Dispose();

private void on_close(object sender, FormClosingEventArgs e) { e.Cancel = true; } private void button2_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Environment.Exit(0); }

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Logged In Screen

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CREATE USER

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Coding
public partial class Create_User : Form { public Create_User() { InitializeComponent(); } private void button1_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { char ch = ' '; if (textBoxusername.Text != "") { ch = textBoxusername.Text[0]; } if ((textBoxusername.Text == "") || (textBoxpassword.Text == "") || (textBoxconfirmpassword.Text == "") || (textBoxfirstname.Text == "") || (textBoxlocation.Text == "") || (comboBoxusertype.SelectedIndex == -1)||(textBoxemailid.Text=="")) { MessageBox.Show("Fields Marked * are Mandatory"); } else if ((textBoxconfirmpassword.Text != textBoxpassword.Text)) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid Password"); } else if (!((textBoxemailid.Text.Contains("@")) && (textBoxemailid.Text.Contains(".")))) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid E-mail ID"); } else if ((textBoxemailid.Text.IndexOf("@")) > (textBoxemailid.Text.LastIndexOf("."))) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid E-mail ID"); } else if (textBoxusername.Text.Contains(" ")) { MessageBox.Show("Username Cannot Contain Space"); } else if (!(((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 65) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 90)) || ((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 97) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 122)))) { MessageBox.Show("Username Must starts with an Alphabet"); } else { restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.SecurityTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.SecurityTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); ta.Fill(ds.Security); DataTable dt; DataRow dr; dt = ds.Security; dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["UserName"] = textBoxusername.Text; dr["Password"] = textBoxpassword.Text; dr["Last_Name"] = textBoxlastname.Text;

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} } catch(Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

dr["First_Name"] = textBoxfirstname.Text; dr["DateofBirth"] = dateTimePickerdateofbirth.Value.ToShortDateString(); dr["Location"] = textBoxlocation.Text; dr["Contact_No"] = textBoxcontactno.Text; dr["Email_ID"] = textBoxemailid.Text; dr["UserType"] = comboBoxusertype.SelectedItem; dt.Rows.Add(dr); ta.Update(ds.Security); MessageBox.Show("New User Created Successfully"); ta.Fill(ds.Security); textBoxusername.Text = ""; textBoxpassword.Text = ""; textBoxconfirmpassword.Text = ""; textBoxlastname.Text = ""; textBoxfirstname.Text = ""; dateTimePickerdateofbirth.Value = DateTime.Now; textBoxlocation.Text = ""; textBoxcontactno.Text = ""; textBoxemailid.Text = ""; comboBoxusertype.SelectedIndex = -1; textBoxusername.Focus();

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USERS OUTLOOK

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Coding
public partial class User_Outlook : Form { public User_Outlook() { InitializeComponent(); } private void User_Outlook_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Security' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.securityTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Security); } }

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EDIT/DELETE USER

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Coding
public partial class Edit_User : Form { DataRow dr; restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.SecurityTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.SecurityTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); public Edit_User() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Edit_User_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Security' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.securityTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Security); ta.Fill(ds.Security); } private void buttonfirst_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e) { securityBindingSource.MoveFirst(); } private void buttonprevious_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e) { securityBindingSource.MovePrevious(); } private void buttonnext_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e) { securityBindingSource.MoveNext(); } private void buttonlast_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e) { securityBindingSource.MoveLast(); } private void buttonedit_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e) { textBoxusername.ReadOnly = true; textBoxpassword.ReadOnly = true; textboxlastname.ReadOnly = false; textBoxfirstname.ReadOnly = false; dateTimePickerdateofbirth.Enabled = true; textBoxlocation.ReadOnly = false; textBoxcontactno.ReadOnly = false; textBoxemailid.ReadOnly = false; comboBoxusertype.Enabled = true; buttonfirst.Enabled = false; buttonprevious.Enabled = false; buttonnext.Enabled = false;

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buttonlast.Enabled = false;

private void buttonsave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { if ((textBoxusername.Text == "") || (textBoxpassword.Text == "") || (textBoxfirstname.Text == "") || (textBoxlocation.Text == "") || (comboBoxusertype.SelectedIndex == -1)||(textBoxemailid.Text=="")) { MessageBox.Show("Fields Marked * are Mandatory"); } else if (!((textBoxemailid.Text.Contains("@")) && (textBoxemailid.Text.Contains(".")))) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid E-mail ID"); } else if ((textBoxemailid.Text.IndexOf("@")) > (textBoxemailid.Text.LastIndexOf("."))) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid E-mail ID"); } else { dr = restdatabaseDataSet.Security.Rows[securityBindingSource.Position]; dr.BeginEdit(); dr["UserName"] = textBoxusername.Text; dr["Password"] = textBoxpassword.Text; dr["Last_Name"] = textboxlastname.Text; dr["First_Name"] = textBoxfirstname.Text; dr["DateofBirth"] = dateTimePickerdateofbirth.Value.ToShortDateString(); dr["Location"] = textBoxlocation.Text; dr["Contact_No"] = textBoxcontactno.Text; dr["Email_ID"] = textBoxemailid.Text; dr["UserType"] = comboBoxusertype.SelectedItem; dr.EndEdit(); securityTableAdapter.Update(restdatabaseDataSet.Security); MessageBox.Show("Record Updated"); securityTableAdapter.Fill(restdatabaseDataSet.Security); textBoxusername.ReadOnly = true; textBoxpassword.ReadOnly = true; textboxlastname.ReadOnly = true; textBoxfirstname.ReadOnly = true; dateTimePickerdateofbirth.Enabled = false; textBoxlocation.ReadOnly = true; textBoxcontactno.ReadOnly = true; textBoxemailid.ReadOnly = true; comboBoxusertype.Enabled = false; buttonfirst.Enabled = true; buttonprevious.Enabled = true; buttonnext.Enabled = true; buttonlast.Enabled = true;

} } catch (Exception ex) {

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MessageBox.Show(ex.Message);

private void buttondelete_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { DialogResult ans; ans = MessageBox.Show("Are you sure you want to delete the User's account?", "Delete Confirmation", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo); if (ans == DialogResult.Yes) { dr = this.restdatabaseDataSet.Security.Rows[securityBindingSource.Position]; dr.Delete(); this.securityTableAdapter.Update(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Security); MessageBox.Show("User Deleted"); this.securityTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Security); } } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } }

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CHANGE PASSWORD

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Coding
public partial class Change : Form { public Change() { InitializeComponent(); } private void changepassword_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.SecurityTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.SecurityTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); ta.Fill(ds.Security); int flag = 0, pos = 0, i; string p, q; for (i = 0; i <= (ds.Security.Rows.Count - 1); i++) { p = Convert.ToString(ds.Security.Rows[i]["UserName"]); q = Convert.ToString(ds.Security.Rows[i]["Password"]); if ((textBoxusername.Text == p) && (textBoxoldpassword.Text == q)) { flag = 1; pos = i; break; } } if ((textBoxusername.Text == "") || (textBoxoldpassword.Text == "") || (textBoxnewpassword.Text == "") || (textBoxconfirmpassword.Text == "")) { MessageBox.Show("All fields are Mandatory"); } else if (textBoxnewpassword.Text != textBoxconfirmpassword.Text) { MessageBox.Show("New Password and Confirm new Password does not match"); } else if (flag == 0) { MessageBox.Show("Username and Old Password does not match"); } else { DataRow dr; dr = ds.Security.Rows[pos]; dr.BeginEdit(); dr["Password"] = textBoxnewpassword.Text; dr.EndEdit(); ta.Update(ds.Security); ta.Fill(ds.Security); MessageBox.Show("Password changed successfully"); textBoxusername.Text = ""; textBoxoldpassword.Text = "";

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} } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

textBoxnewpassword.Text = ""; textBoxconfirmpassword.Text = ""; textBoxusername.Focus();

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ADD MENU ITEMS

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Coding
public partial class Add_menu_items : Form { int temp = 0; restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); public Add_menu_items() { InitializeComponent(); } private void buttonadditem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { char ch = ' '; if (textBoxitemname.Text != "") { ch = textBoxitemname.Text[0]; } if ((textBoxitemname.Text == "") || (comboBoxcategory.SelectedIndex == -1) || (textBoxdescription.Text == "") || (textBoxprice.Text == "") || (comboBoxtax.SelectedIndex == 1) || (comboBoxtype.SelectedIndex == -1)) { MessageBox.Show("Fields Marked * Are Mandatory"); } else if (!(((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 65) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 90)) || ((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 97) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 122)))) { MessageBox.Show("Item Name Must Contain Alphabets"); } else if (!int.TryParse(textBoxprice.Text, out temp) == true) { MessageBox.Show("Price Must Be In Numerics"); } else { DataRow dr; dr = ds.listofitems.NewRow(); //ta.Fill(ds.listofitems); dr["item_code"] = Convert.ToInt32(textBoxitemcode.Text); dr["item_name"] = textBoxitemname.Text; dr["category"] = comboBoxcategory.SelectedItem; dr["description"] = textBoxdescription.Text; dr["price"] = textBoxprice.Text; dr["tax"] = comboBoxtax.SelectedItem; dr["type"] = comboBoxtype.SelectedItem; ds.listofitems.Rows.Add(dr); ta.Update(ds.listofitems); MessageBox.Show("Item Added"); ta.Fill(ds.listofitems); if (ds.listofitems.Rows.Count == 0) { textBoxitemcode.Text = Convert.ToString(100);

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} else { int x; x = Convert.ToInt32(ta.ScalarQuery()); textBoxitemcode.Text = Convert.ToString(x + 1); } textBoxitemname.Text = ""; comboBoxcategory.SelectedIndex = -1; textBoxdescription.Text = ""; textBoxprice.Text = ""; comboBoxtax.SelectedIndex = -1; comboBoxtype.SelectedIndex = -1; textBoxitemname.Focus();

} } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

private void Add_menu_items_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { ta.Fill(ds.listofitems); if (ds.listofitems.Rows.Count == 0) { textBoxitemcode.Text = Convert.ToString(100); } else { int x; x = Convert.ToInt32(ta.ScalarQuery()); textBoxitemcode.Text = Convert.ToString(x + 1); }

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VIEW FULL MENU

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Coding
public partial class View_Menu : Form { public View_Menu() { InitializeComponent(); } private void View_Menu_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.listofitemsTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems); } }

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SEARCH MENU ITEM

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Coding
public partial class search_item : Form { public search_item() { InitializeComponent(); } private void search_item_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.listofitemsTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems); } private void buttongo_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { listofitemsTableAdapter.FillBy(restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems, textBoxsearch.Text); dataGridView1.DataSource = restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems; } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } }

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EDIT/DELETE MENU ITEM

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Coding
public partial class Edit : Form { int temp = 0; restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); public Edit() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Edit_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.listofitemsTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems); } private void buttonfirst_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { listofitemsBindingSource. MoveFirst(); } private void buttonprevious_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { listofitemsBindingSource.MovePrevious(); } private void buttonnext_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { listofitemsBindingSource.MoveNext(); } private void buttonlast_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { listofitemsBindingSource.MoveLast(); } private void buttonedit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { textBoxitemname.ReadOnly = false; comboBoxcategory.Enabled = true; textBoxdescription.ReadOnly = false; textBoxprice.ReadOnly = false; comboBoxtax.Enabled = true; comboBoxtype.Enabled = true; buttonfirst.Enabled = false; buttonprevious.Enabled = false; buttonnext.Enabled = false; buttonlast.Enabled = false;

} private void buttonsave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { char ch = ' '; if (textBoxitemname.Text != "") { ch = textBoxitemname.Text[0]; }

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if ((textBoxitemname.Text == "") || (comboBoxcategory.SelectedIndex == -1) || (textBoxdescription.Text == "") || (textBoxprice.Text == "") || (comboBoxtax.SelectedIndex == 1) || (comboBoxtype.SelectedIndex == -1)) { MessageBox.Show("All Fields Are Mandatory"); } else if (!(((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 65) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 90)) || ((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 97) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 122)))) { MessageBox.Show("Item Name Must Contain Alphabets"); } else { restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); DataRow dr; dr = restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems.Rows[listofitemsBindingSource.Position]; dr.BeginEdit(); dr["Item_Name"] = textBoxitemname.Text; dr["Category"] = comboBoxcategory.SelectedItem; dr["Description"] = textBoxdescription.Text; dr["Price"] = textBoxprice.Text; dr["Tax"] = comboBoxtax.SelectedItem; dr["Type"] = comboBoxtype.SelectedItem; dr.EndEdit(); ta.Update(this.restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems); MessageBox.Show("Item Updated"); ta.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems); textBoxitemname.ReadOnly = true; comboBoxcategory.Enabled = false; textBoxdescription.ReadOnly = true; textBoxprice.ReadOnly = true; comboBoxtax.Enabled = false; comboBoxtype.Enabled = false; buttonfirst.Enabled = true; buttonprevious.Enabled = true; buttonnext.Enabled = true; buttonlast.Enabled = true;

} } catch(Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

private void buttonsearch_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { string n, p; n = textBoxsearch.Text; restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter();

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restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); ta.Fill(ds.listofitems); int i, count, pos = -1; count = ds.listofitems.Rows.Count; for (i = 0; i <= count - 1; i++) { p = Convert.ToString(ds.listofitems.Rows[i]["Item_Name"]); if (p == n) { pos = i; break; } } if (pos == -1) { MessageBox.Show("No Such Item Found"); } else { textBoxitemname.Text = ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["Item_Name"].ToString(); comboBoxcategory.SelectedItem = ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["Category"].ToString(); textBoxdescription.Text = ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["Description"].ToString(); textBoxprice.Text = ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["Price"].ToString(); comboBoxtax.SelectedItem = ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["Tax"].ToString(); comboBoxtype.SelectedItem = ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["Type"].ToString(); } } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } private void buttondelete_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { DataRow dr; DialogResult ans; ans = MessageBox.Show("Are You Sure You Want To Delete The Item?", "Delete Confirmation", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo); if (ans == DialogResult.Yes) { dr = this.restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems.Rows[this.listofitemsBindingSource.Position]; dr.Delete(); this.listofitemsTableAdapter.Update(dr); MessageBox.Show("Item Deleted"); this.listofitemsTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.listofitems); } } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } }

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ADD CUSTOMER

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Coding
public partial class Add_Customer : Form { restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.CustomerTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.CustomerTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); DataRow dr; long temp = 0; public Add_Customer() { InitializeComponent(); } private void buttonaddcust_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { ta.Fill(ds.Customer); char ch = ' '; int flag = 0; if (textBoxcustomername.Text != "") { ch = textBoxcustomername.Text[0]; } for (int i = 0; i <= ds.Customer.Rows.Count - 1; i++) { if (ds.Customer.Rows[i]["Phone"].ToString() == textBoxphoneno.Text) { flag = 1; break; } } if ((textBoxcustomername.Text == "") || (textBoxaddress.Text == "") || (textBoxphoneno.Text == "") || (comboBoxcustomertype.SelectedIndex == -1)) { MessageBox.Show("Fields Marked * Are Mandatory"); } else if (!long.TryParse(textBoxphoneno.Text, out temp) == true) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid Phone Number"); } else if (flag == 1) { MessageBox.Show("Phone Number Already Exist"); textBoxphoneno.Text = ""; textBoxphoneno.Focus(); } else if ((textBoxemailid.Text.IndexOf("@")) > (textBoxemailid.Text.LastIndexOf("."))) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid E-mail ID"); } else if (!(((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 65) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 90)) || ((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 97) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 122)))) { MessageBox.Show("Customer Name Must starts with an Alphabet");

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} catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

} else { dr = ds.Customer.NewRow(); dr["Cust_name"] = textBoxcustomername.Text; dr["address"] = textBoxaddress.Text; dr["phone"] = textBoxphoneno.Text; dr["email_id"] = textBoxemailid.Text; dr["cust_type"] = comboBoxcustomertype.SelectedItem; dr["DOB"] = dateTimePickerdob.Value.ToShortDateString(); dr["maritalstatus"] = comboBoxmaritalstatus.SelectedItem; ds.Customer.Rows.Add(dr); ta.Update(ds.Customer); MessageBox.Show("New Customer Added Successfully"); ta.Fill(ds.Customer); textBoxcustomername.Text = ""; textBoxaddress.Text = ""; textBoxphoneno.Text = ""; textBoxemailid.Text = ""; comboBoxcustomertype.SelectedIndex = -1; dateTimePickerdob.Value = DateTime.Now; comboBoxmaritalstatus.SelectedIndex = -1; textBoxcustomername.Focus(); }

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VIEW ALL CUSTOMERS

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Coding
public partial class View_Customer : Form { public View_Customer() { InitializeComponent(); } private void View_Customer_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Customer' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.customerTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); } }

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EDIT/DELETE CUSTOMER

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Coding
public partial class Edit_Customer : Form { long temp=0; restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.CustomerTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.CustomerTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); public Edit_Customer() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Edit_Customer_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Customer' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.customerTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); } private void buttonfirst_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { customerBindingSource.MoveFirst(); } private void buttonprevious_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { customerBindingSource.MovePrevious(); } private void buttonnext_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { customerBindingSource.MoveNext(); } private void buttonlast_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { customerBindingSource.MoveLast(); } private void buttonedit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { textBoxcustomername.ReadOnly = false; textBoxaddress.ReadOnly = false; textBoxphoneno.ReadOnly = false; textBoxemailid.ReadOnly = false; comboBoxcustomertype.Enabled = true; dateTimePickerdob.Enabled = true; comboBoxmaritalstatus.Enabled = true; buttonfirst.Enabled = false; buttonprevious.Enabled = false; buttonnext.Enabled = false; buttonlast.Enabled = false;

private void buttonsave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try

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char ch = ' '; int flag = 0; if (textBoxcustomername.Text != "") { ch = textBoxcustomername.Text[0]; }

for (int i = 0; i <= ds.Customer.Rows.Count - 1; i++) { if (ds.Customer.Rows[i]["Phone"].ToString() == textBoxphoneno.Text) { flag = 1; break; } } if ((textBoxcustomername.Text == "") || (textBoxaddress.Text == "") || (textBoxphoneno.Text == "") || (comboBoxcustomertype.SelectedIndex == -1)) { MessageBox.Show("Fields Marked * Are Mandatory"); } else if (!long.TryParse(textBoxphoneno.Text, out temp) == true) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid Phone Number"); } else if (flag == 1) { MessageBox.Show("Phone Number Already Exist"); textBoxphoneno.Text = ""; textBoxphoneno.Focus(); } else if ((textBoxemailid.Text.IndexOf("@")) > (textBoxemailid.Text.LastIndexOf("."))) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid E-mail ID"); } else if (!(((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 65) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 90)) || ((Convert.ToInt16(ch) >= 97) && (Convert.ToInt16(ch) <= 122)))) { MessageBox.Show("Customer Name Must starts with an Alphabet"); } else { restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.CustomerTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.CustomerTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); DataRow dr; dr = restdatabaseDataSet.Customer.Rows[customerBindingSource.Position]; dr.BeginEdit(); dr["cust_name"] = textBoxcustomername.Text; dr["address"] = textBoxaddress.Text; dr["phone"] = textBoxphoneno.Text; dr["email_id"] = textBoxemailid.Text; dr["cust_type"] = comboBoxcustomertype.SelectedItem; dr["DOB"] = dateTimePickerdob.Value.ToShortDateString(); dr["maritalstatus"] = comboBoxmaritalstatus.SelectedItem; dr.EndEdit();

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ta.Update(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); MessageBox.Show("Customer Record Updated"); ta.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); textBoxcustomername.ReadOnly = true; textBoxaddress.ReadOnly = true; textBoxphoneno.ReadOnly = true; textBoxemailid.ReadOnly = true; comboBoxcustomertype.Enabled = false; dateTimePickerdob.Enabled = false; comboBoxmaritalstatus.Enabled = false; buttonfirst.Enabled = true; buttonprevious.Enabled = true; buttonnext.Enabled = true; buttonlast.Enabled = true;

} } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

private void buttondelete_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { DataRow dr; DialogResult ans; ans = MessageBox.Show("Are You Sure You Want To Delete The Item?", "Delete Confirmation", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo); if (ans == DialogResult.Yes) { dr = this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer.Rows[this.customerBindingSource.Position]; dr.Delete(); this.customerTableAdapter.Update(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); MessageBox.Show("Item Deleted"); this.customerTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); } } catch (Exception) { MessageBox.Show("Deletion of This Particular Customer Cannot be Possible, Unless You Delete its Reservation Record"); this.customerTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); } } private void buttonsearch_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { string n; n = Convert.ToString(textBoxsearch.Text); ta.Fill(ds.Customer);

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int i, count, pos = -1; count = ds.Customer.Rows.Count; for (i = 0; i <= count - 1; i++) { if (ds.Customer.Rows[i]["phone"].ToString() == n) { pos = i; break; } } if (pos == -1) { MessageBox.Show("No such Record Found"); } else { textBoxcustomername.Text = ds.Customer.Rows[pos]["cust_name"].ToString(); textBoxaddress.Text = ds.Customer.Rows[pos]["address"].ToString(); textBoxphoneno.Text = ds.Customer.Rows[pos]["phone"].ToString(); textBoxemailid.Text = ds.Customer.Rows[pos]["email_id"].ToString(); comboBoxcustomertype.SelectedItem = ds.Customer.Rows[pos]["cust_type"].ToString(); dateTimePickerdob.Value = Convert.ToDateTime(ds.Customer.Rows[pos]["dob"]); comboBoxmaritalstatus.SelectedItem = ds.Customer.Rows[pos]["maritalstatus"].ToString(); textBoxsearch.Text = ""; textBoxsearch.Focus(); } } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } }

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SEARCH CUSTOMER

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public partial class Search_Customer : Form { public Search_Customer() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Search_Customer_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Customer' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.customerTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); } private void fillByToolStripButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { // this.customerTableAdapter.FillBy(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); } catch (System.Exception ex) { System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { if (radioButton1.Checked == true) { customerTableAdapter.FillBy(restdatabaseDataSet.Customer, textBox1.Text); dataGridView1.DataSource = restdatabaseDataSet.Customer; textBox1.Text = ""; textBox1.Focus(); } else { customerTableAdapter.FillBy1(restdatabaseDataSet.Customer, Convert.ToInt64(textBox1.Text)); dataGridView1.DataSource = restdatabaseDataSet.Customer; textBox1.Text = ""; textBox1.Focus(); } } catch (Exception) { MessageBox.Show("First Select the Type of Search & then Enter it in the Text Box"); } } private void radioButton1_CheckedChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)

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if (radioButton1.Checked == true) { label3.Text = "Enter Customer Name :"; label3.Visible = true; } else { label3.Text = "Enter Phone No :"; label3.Visible = true; }

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ADD RESERVATION

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public partial class Table_Reservation : Form { int temp = 0; public Table_Reservation() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Table_Reservation_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.reservationTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation); // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Customer' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.customerTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); } private void buttonbook_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { if ((comboBoxoccasion.SelectedIndex == -1) || (textBoxgathering.Text == "") || (comboBoxcustid.SelectedIndex == -1) || (comboBoxspot.SelectedIndex == -1)) { MessageBox.Show(" Fields Marked * Are Mandatory"); } else if (!int.TryParse(textBoxadvance.Text, out temp) == true) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid Advance Amount"); } else { DataRow dr; dr = this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation.NewRow(); dr["type"] = comboBoxoccasion.SelectedItem; dr["noofpeople"] = textBoxgathering.Text; dr["customer_id"] = comboBoxcustid.SelectedValue.ToString(); dr["dateofbooking"] = dateTimePickerdob.Value.ToShortDateString(); dr["advance"] = textBoxadvance.Text; dr["splinstruction"] = textBoxsplinst.Text; dr["location"] = comboBoxspot.SelectedItem; dr["status"] = "ACTIVE"; this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation.Rows.Add(dr); MessageBox.Show("Reservation Done"); this.reservationTableAdapter.Update(dr); this.reservationTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation); comboBoxoccasion.SelectedIndex = -1; textBoxgathering.Text = ""; comboBoxcustid.Text = ""; dateTimePickerdob.Value = DateTime.Now; textBoxadvance.Text = ""; textBoxsplinst.Text = "";

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} } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

comboBoxspot.SelectedIndex = -1; comboBoxoccasion.Focus();

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { } }

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SEARCH RESERVATION

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public partial class search_reservations : Form { public search_reservations() { InitializeComponent(); } private void search_reservations_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.reservationTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation); } private void on_doubleclick(object sender, EventArgs e) { Edit_Reservation er = new Edit_Reservation(); er.Show(); er.receive(dataGridView1.SelectedRows[0].Cells[0].Value.ToString()); } private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { reservationTableAdapter.FillBy(restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation, dateTimePicker1.Value.ToShortDateString()); dataGridView1.DataSource = restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation; } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } }

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EDIT RESERVATION

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public partial class Edit_Reservation : Form { int temp = 0; restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.ReservationTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.ReservationTableAdapter(); int pos; public Edit_Reservation() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Edit_Reservation_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.reservationTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation); // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Customer' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.customerTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); } public void receive(string rid) { ta.Fill(ds.Reservation); for (int i = 0; i <= ds.Reservation.Rows.Count - 1; i++) { if (rid == ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["reservationID"].ToString()) { textBoxreservationid.Text = ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["reservationid"].ToString(); comboBoxoccasion.SelectedItem = ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["type"].ToString(); textBoxgathering.Text = ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["noofpeople"].ToString(); comboBoxcustid.SelectedItem = ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["customer_id"].ToString(); dateTimePickerdob.Value = Convert.ToDateTime(ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["dateofbooking"]); textBoxadvance.Text = ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["advance"].ToString(); textBoxsplinst.Text = ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["splinstruction"].ToString(); comboBoxstatus.SelectedItem = ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["status"].ToString(); comboBoxspot.SelectedItem = ds.Reservation.Rows[i]["location"].ToString(); pos = i; break; } } } private void buttonedit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { textBoxreservationid.ReadOnly = true; comboBoxoccasion.Enabled = true; textBoxgathering.ReadOnly = false; comboBoxcustid.Enabled = false; dateTimePickerdob.Enabled = true; textBoxadvance.ReadOnly = false; textBoxsplinst.ReadOnly = false;

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comboBoxstatus.Enabled = true; comboBoxspot.Enabled = true;

private void buttonsave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { if ((comboBoxoccasion.SelectedIndex == -1) || (textBoxgathering.Text == "") || (comboBoxcustid.SelectedIndex == -1) || (comboBoxspot.SelectedIndex == -1)) { MessageBox.Show(" Fields Marked * Are Mandatory"); } else if (!int.TryParse(textBoxadvance.Text, out temp) == true) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid Advance Amount"); } else { DataRow dr; dr = this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation.Rows[pos]; dr.BeginEdit(); //dr["reservationid"]=textBoxreservationid.Text; dr["type"] = comboBoxoccasion.SelectedItem; dr["noofpeople"] = textBoxgathering.Text; //dr["customer_id"] = comboBoxcustid.SelectedItem; dr["dateofbooking"] = dateTimePickerdob.Value.ToShortDateString(); dr["advance"] = textBoxadvance.Text; dr["splinstruction"] = textBoxsplinst.Text; dr["status"] = comboBoxstatus.SelectedItem; dr["location"] = comboBoxspot.SelectedItem; dr.EndEdit(); this.reservationTableAdapter.Update(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation); MessageBox.Show("Reservation Updated"); this.reservationTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Reservation); textBoxreservationid.ReadOnly = true; comboBoxoccasion.Enabled = false; textBoxgathering.ReadOnly = true; comboBoxcustid.Enabled = false; dateTimePickerdob.Enabled = false; textBoxadvance.ReadOnly = true; textBoxsplinst.ReadOnly = true; comboBoxstatus.Enabled = false; comboBoxspot.Enabled = false;

} } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

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BILLING

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public partial class Billing : Form { double totalprice, totalvat, amountpayable,discount; int srno = 1; restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.listofitemsTableAdapter(); int pos = -1; int temp1 = 0, temp2 = 0; restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.bill_tableTableAdapter ta1 = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.bill_tableTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.bill_detailTableAdapter ta2 = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.bill_detailTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.CustomerTableAdapter ta3 = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.CustomerTableAdapter(); restdatabaseDataSet dsc = new restdatabaseDataSet(); restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.homedeliveryTableAdapter ta4 = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.homedeliveryTableAdapter(); public Billing() { InitializeComponent(); } private void buttonadd_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { ta.Fill(ds.listofitems); int flag = 0; for (int i = 0; i <= ds.listofitems.Rows.Count - 1; i++) { if (textBoxitemcode.Text == ds.listofitems.Rows[i]["item_code"].ToString()) { flag = 1; pos = i; break; } } if ((textBoxitemcode.Text == "") || (textBoxquantity.Text == "")) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid Item Code or Quantity"); } else if ((!int.TryParse(textBoxitemcode.Text, out temp1) == true) || (!int.TryParse(textBoxquantity.Text, out temp2) == true)) { MessageBox.Show("Item Code and Quantity should be Numeric"); } else if (flag == 0) { MessageBox.Show("Invalid Item Code"); } else { ListViewItem lt = new ListViewItem(srno.ToString()); lt.SubItems.Add(ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["item_code"].ToString());

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lt.SubItems.Add(ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["item_name"].ToString()); lt.SubItems.Add(ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["price"].ToString()); lt.SubItems.Add(textBoxquantity.Text); double vat, p; vat = Convert.ToDouble(ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["price"]) * Convert.ToDouble(ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["tax"]) / 100; lt.SubItems.Add(vat.ToString()); p = (Convert.ToDouble(ds.listofitems.Rows[pos]["price"]) + Convert.ToDouble(vat)) * Convert.ToDouble(textBoxquantity.Text); lt.SubItems.Add(p.ToString()); listViewbilling.Items.Add(lt); updatebill(); srno = srno + 1; } } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } private void buttonremove_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { if (listViewbilling.Items.Count > 0) { if (listViewbilling.SelectedItems.Count > 0) { listViewbilling.Items.RemoveAt(listViewbilling.SelectedIndices[0]); serialgen(); updatebill(); } } } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } public void serialgen() { for (int i = 0; i <= listViewbilling.Items.Count - 1; i++) { listViewbilling.Items[i].Text = Convert.ToString(i + 1); } srno = listViewbilling.Items.Count + 1; } public void updatebill() { totalprice = 0; totalvat = 0; amountpayable = 0; for (int i = 0; i <= listViewbilling.Items.Count - 1; i++) {

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totalprice = totalprice + (Convert.ToDouble(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[3].Text) * Convert.ToDouble(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[4].Text)); totalvat = totalvat + (Convert.ToDouble(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[5].Text) * Convert.ToDouble(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[4].Text)); amountpayable = amountpayable + Convert.ToDouble(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[6].Text); } textBoxtotalprice.Text = totalprice.ToString(); textBoxtotalvat.Text = totalvat.ToString(); textBoxpayableamount.Text = amountpayable.ToString();

private void Billing_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.Customer' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. // this.customerTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.Customer); textBoxdateofbilling.Text = DateTime.Now.ToShortDateString(); ta1.Fill(ds.bill_table); ta2.Fill(ds.bill_detail); if (ds.bill_table.Rows.Count == 0) { textBoxbillno.Text = Convert.ToString(1000); } else { int x; x = Convert.ToInt32(ta1.ScalarQuery()); textBoxbillno.Text = Convert.ToString(x + 1); }

private void buttoncheckout_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { if (radioButtonwalkin.Checked == true ) { buttoncheckout.Enabled = true; DataRow drbill_table; DataRow drbill_detail; if (listViewbilling.Items.Count == 0) { MessageBox.Show("Empty Bill"); } else { drbill_table = ds.bill_table.NewRow(); drbill_table["billno"] = textBoxbillno.Text; drbill_table["dateofbilling"] = textBoxdateofbilling.Text; drbill_table["totalprice"] = textBoxtotalprice.Text; drbill_table["totalvat"] = textBoxtotalvat.Text; drbill_table["discount"] = textBoxdiscount.Text;

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drbill_table["amt_payable"] = textBoxpayableamount.Text; ds.bill_table.Rows.Add(drbill_table); for (int i = 0; i <= listViewbilling.Items.Count - 1; i++) { drbill_detail = ds.bill_detail.NewRow(); drbill_detail["srno"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].Text; drbill_detail["billno"] = textBoxbillno.Text; drbill_detail["item_code"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[1].Text; drbill_detail["item_name"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[2].Text; drbill_detail["price"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[3].Text; drbill_detail["quantity"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[4].Text; drbill_detail["vat"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[5].Text; drbill_detail["total"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[6].Text; } ds.bill_detail.Rows.Add(drbill_detail);

ta1.Update(ds.bill_table); ta2.Update(ds.bill_detail); ta1.Fill(ds.bill_table); ta2.Fill(ds.bill_detail); MessageBox.Show("Bill Raised"); printPreviewDialog1.Document = printDocument1; printPreviewDialog1.ShowDialog(); listViewbilling.Items.Clear(); textBoxitemcode.Text = ""; textBoxquantity.Text = ""; textBoxtotalprice.Text = ""; textBoxtotalvat.Text = ""; textBoxpayableamount.Text = ""; textBoxitemcode.Focus(); textBoxdateofbilling.Text = DateTime.Now.ToShortDateString(); ta1.Fill(ds.bill_table); ta2.Fill(ds.bill_detail); if (ds.bill_table.Rows.Count == 0) { textBoxbillno.Text = Convert.ToString(1000); } else { int x; x = Convert.ToInt32(ta1.ScalarQuery()); textBoxbillno.Text = Convert.ToString(x + 1); }

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else if (rbhomedelivery.Checked == true ) { if ((radioButtoncustid.Checked == true || radioButtonphoneno.Checked == true ) && textBoxsearch.Text == "") { MessageBox.Show("Enter Search Criteria"); } else { DataRow drbill_table; DataRow drbill_detail; if (listViewbilling.Items.Count == 0) { MessageBox.Show("Empty Bill"); } else { drbill_table = ds.bill_table.NewRow(); drbill_table["billno"] = textBoxbillno.Text; drbill_table["dateofbilling"] = textBoxdateofbilling.Text; drbill_table["totalprice"] = textBoxtotalprice.Text; drbill_table["totalvat"] = textBoxtotalvat.Text; drbill_table["discount"] = textBoxdiscount.Text; drbill_table["amt_payable"] = textBoxpayableamount.Text; ds.bill_table.Rows.Add(drbill_table); for (int i = 0; i <= listViewbilling.Items.Count - 1; i++) { drbill_detail = ds.bill_detail.NewRow(); drbill_detail["srno"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].Text; drbill_detail["billno"] = textBoxbillno.Text; drbill_detail["item_code"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[1].Text; drbill_detail["item_name"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[2].Text; drbill_detail["price"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[3].Text; drbill_detail["quantity"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[4].Text; drbill_detail["vat"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[5].Text; drbill_detail["total"] = listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[6].Text; } ds.bill_detail.Rows.Add(drbill_detail);

DataRow drhd; drhd = ds.homedelivery.NewRow(); drhd["cust_name"] = textBoxcustname.Text; drhd["address"] = textBoxaddress.Text; drhd["phone"] = textBoxphoneno.Text; drhd["billno"] = textBoxbillno.Text; ds.homedelivery.Rows.Add(drhd); ta1.Update(ds.bill_table); ta2.Update(ds.bill_detail); ta4.Update(ds.homedelivery);

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ta1.Fill(ds.bill_table); ta2.Fill(ds.bill_detail); ta4.Fill(ds.homedelivery); MessageBox.Show("Bill Raised"); printPreviewDialog1.Document = printDocument1; printPreviewDialog1.ShowDialog(); listViewbilling.Items.Clear(); textBoxitemcode.Text = ""; textBoxquantity.Text = ""; textBoxtotalprice.Text = ""; textBoxtotalvat.Text = ""; textBoxpayableamount.Text = ""; textBoxsearch.Text = ""; textBoxcustname.Text = ""; textBoxaddress.Text = ""; textBoxphoneno.Text = ""; textBoxitemcode.Focus(); textBoxdateofbilling.Text = DateTime.Now.ToShortDateString(); ta1.Fill(ds.bill_table); ta2.Fill(ds.bill_detail); ta4.Fill(ds.homedelivery); if (ds.bill_table.Rows.Count == 0) { textBoxbillno.Text = Convert.ToString(1000); } else { int x; x = Convert.ToInt32(ta1.ScalarQuery()); textBoxbillno.Text = Convert.ToString(x + 1); }

} catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

} else { MessageBox.Show("Select Type of Customer"); }

private void radioButtonwalkin_CheckedChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (radioButtonwalkin.Checked == true) { panel1.Visible = false; } }

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private void rbhomedelivery_CheckedChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (rbhomedelivery.Checked == true) { panel1.Visible = true; } } private void buttonsearch_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { //DataRow drcust; if (radioButtoncustid.Checked == true) { string n; n = Convert.ToString(textBoxsearch.Text); ta3.Fill(dsc.Customer); int i, count, pos = -1; count = dsc.Customer.Rows.Count; for (i = 0; i <= count - 1; i++) { if (dsc.Customer.Rows[i]["customer_id"].ToString() == n) { pos = i; break; } } if (pos == -1) { MessageBox.Show("No Customer Record Found"); } else { textBoxcustname.Text = dsc.Customer.Rows[pos]["cust_name"].ToString(); textBoxaddress.Text = dsc.Customer.Rows[pos]["address"].ToString(); textBoxphoneno.Text = dsc.Customer.Rows[pos]["phone"].ToString(); } } if (radioButtonphoneno.Checked == true) { string n1; n1 = Convert.ToString(textBoxsearch.Text); ta3.Fill(dsc.Customer); int j, count1, pos1 = -1; count1 = dsc.Customer.Rows.Count; for (j = 0; j <= count1 - 1; j++) { if (dsc.Customer.Rows[j]["phone"].ToString() == n1) { pos1 = j; break; } } if (pos1 == -1) { MessageBox.Show("No Customer Record Found");

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} } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

} else { textBoxcustname.Text = dsc.Customer.Rows[pos1]["cust_name"].ToString(); textBoxaddress.Text = dsc.Customer.Rows[pos1]["address"].ToString(); textBoxphoneno.Text = dsc.Customer.Rows[pos1]["phone"].ToString(); }

private void printDocument1_PrintPage(object sender, System.Drawing.Printing.PrintPageEventArgs e) { Font heading = new Font("lucida handwriting", 22); Font heading1 = new Font("Bradley Hand ITC", 28,FontStyle.Bold); Font letter = new Font("times new roman", 14); Font letter1 =new Font ("times new roman",14, FontStyle.Bold); e.Graphics.DrawString("WELCOME", heading, Brushes.DarkGreen,330, 70); e.Graphics.DrawString("THE SPICY HUT", heading1, Brushes.Firebrick, 280, 120); e.Graphics.DrawImage(Image.FromFile("C:\\Documents and Settings\\Administrator\\Desktop\\FOODVILLA\\restaurant pic\\spice1.jpg"),70,60); e.Graphics.DrawImage(Image.FromFile("C:\\Documents and Settings\\Administrator\\Desktop\\FOODVILLA\\restaurant pic\\spinach1.jpg"), 650, 50); e.Graphics.DrawString("Bill No :", letter1, Brushes.Black, 100, 250); e.Graphics.DrawString(textBoxbillno.Text,letter , Brushes.Black, 180, 250); e.Graphics.DrawString("Dated :", letter1, Brushes.Black, 600, 250); e.Graphics.DrawString(textBoxdateofbilling.Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 670, 250); e.Graphics.DrawString("Sr No.", letter1, Brushes.Black, 60, 350); e.Graphics.DrawString("Item Code", letter1, Brushes.Black, 140, 350); e.Graphics.DrawString("Item Name", letter1, Brushes.Black, 250, 350); e.Graphics.DrawString("Price", letter1, Brushes.Black, 460, 350); e.Graphics.DrawString("Qauntity", letter1, Brushes.Black, 550, 350); e.Graphics.DrawString("VAT", letter1, Brushes.Black, 650, 350); e.Graphics.DrawString("Total", letter1, Brushes.Black, 740, 350); int q=400; int p; int i; for (i = 0; i <= listViewbilling.Items.Count - 1; i++) { p = q + i * 25; e.Graphics.DrawString(listViewbilling.Items[i].Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 80,

e.Graphics.DrawString(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[1].Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 150, p); e.Graphics.DrawString(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[2].Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 250, p); e.Graphics.DrawString(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[3].Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 460, p);

p);

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e.Graphics.DrawString(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[4].Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 575, p); e.Graphics.DrawString(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[5].Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 655, p); e.Graphics.DrawString(listViewbilling.Items[i].SubItems[6].Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 740, p); } i = i + 1; p = q + i * 25; e.Graphics.DrawString("Total Price :", letter1, Brushes.Black, 470, p); e.Graphics.DrawString(textBoxtotalprice.Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 700, p); i = i + 1; p = q + i * 25; e.Graphics.DrawString("Total VAT :", letter1, Brushes.Black, 470, p); e.Graphics.DrawString(textBoxtotalvat.Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 700, p); i = i + 1; p = q + i * 25; e.Graphics.DrawString("Discount :", letter1, Brushes.Black, 470, p); e.Graphics.DrawString(textBoxdiscount.Text+"%", letter, Brushes.Black, 700, p); i = i + 1; p = q + i * 25; e.Graphics.DrawString("Payable Amount :", letter1, Brushes.Black, 470, p); e.Graphics.DrawString(textBoxpayableamount.Text, letter, Brushes.Black, 700, p); i = i + 1; 920); e.Graphics.DrawString("THANKS FOR VISITING", heading, Brushes.DarkGreen, 230,

e.Graphics.DrawString("=========================================================", letter1, Brushes.Black, 100, 955); e.Graphics.DrawString("7, Block-B",letter1,Brushes.Black,365,980); e.Graphics.DrawString("The District Shopping Complex", letter1, Brushes.Black, 275, 1000); e.Graphics.DrawString("Amritsar", letter1, Brushes.Black, 375, 1025); e.Graphics.DrawString("Phone no: 0183-2509876,98765-43210", letter1, Brushes.Black, 260, 1050); } private void textBoxdiscount_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (textBoxdiscount.Text != "") { discount = Convert.ToDouble(textBoxdiscount.Text); discount = (discount * amountpayable) / 100; amountpayable = amountpayable - discount; textBoxpayableamount.Text = amountpayable.ToString(); } }

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BILL PRINTING

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VIEW HOME DELIVERY

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public partial class Form3 : Form { public Form3() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Form3_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.DataTable1' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.dataTable1TableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.DataTable1); } private void buttongo_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { dataTable1TableAdapter.FillBy(restdatabaseDataSet.DataTable1, dateTimePicker1.Value.Day, dateTimePicker1.Value.Month, dateTimePicker1.Value.Year); dataGridView1.DataSource = restdatabaseDataSet.DataTable1; } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } }

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public partial class Sales : Form { public Sales() { InitializeComponent(); } private void Sales_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.bill_tableTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table); } private void buttongo_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { long p; p = Convert.ToInt64(bill_tableTableAdapter.ScalarQuery1(dateTimePicker1.Value.Day, dateTimePicker1.Value.Month, dateTimePicker1.Value.Year)); bill_tableTableAdapter.FillBy(restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table, dateTimePicker1.Value.Day, dateTimePicker1.Value.Month, dateTimePicker1.Value.Year); textBoxsales.Text = Convert.ToString(p); dataGridView1.DataSource = restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table; } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } }

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public partial class sales_graph : Form { public sales_graph() { InitializeComponent(); } private void buttongraph_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { graph gr; gr = new graph(dateTimePicker1.Value.ToShortDateString(), dateTimePicker2.Value.ToShortDateString()); gr.Show(); } private void buttongo_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { bill_table1TableAdapter.Fill(restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table1, dateTimePicker1.Value.ToShortDateString(), dateTimePicker2.Value.ToShortDateString()); } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } }

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public partial class graph : Form { string start, enddate; public graph(string a, string b) { start = a; enddate = b; InitializeComponent(); } private void graph_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { restdatabaseDataSet ds = new restdatabaseDataSet(); restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.bill_table1TableAdapter ta = new restdatabaseDataSetTableAdapters.bill_table1TableAdapter(); ta.Fill(ds.bill_table1, start, enddate); chart1.DataSource = ds.bill_table1; chart1.Series[0].XValueMember = "dateofbilling"; chart1.Series[0].YValueMembers = "total_sales";

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public partial class tax : Form { public tax() { InitializeComponent(); } private void radioButtonmonth_CheckedChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (radioButtonmonth.Checked == true) { label3.Text = "Enter Month :"; label3.Visible = true; } else { label3.Text = "Enter Year :"; label3.Visible = true; } } private void buttongo_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { if (radioButtonmonth.Checked == true) { long p; p = Convert.ToInt64(bill_tableTableAdapter.ScalarQuery2(dateTimePicker1.Value.Month, dateTimePicker1.Value.Year)); bill_tableTableAdapter.FillBy1(restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table, dateTimePicker1.Value.Month, dateTimePicker1.Value.Year); textBoxtotalvat.Text = Convert.ToString(p); dataGridView1.DataSource = restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table; } else { long q; q = Convert.ToInt64(bill_tableTableAdapter.ScalarQuery3(dateTimePicker1.Value.Year)); bill_tableTableAdapter.FillBy2(restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table, dateTimePicker1.Value.Year); textBoxtotalvat.Text = Convert.ToString(q); dataGridView1.DataSource = restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table; } } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } } private void tax_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { // TODO: This line of code loads data into the 'restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table' table. You can move, or remove it, as needed. this.bill_tableTableAdapter.Fill(this.restdatabaseDataSet.bill_table); } }

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Although the restaurant industry is very competitive, the lifestyle changes created by modern living continue to fuel its steady growth. More and more people have less time, resources, and ability to cook for themselves. Trends are very important and our software is well positioned for the current interest in lighter, healthier foods at moderate to low prices. So while we keep in mind the fact that there is no software that is perfect, which would also mean there is no perfect restaurant software, we put in an endless effort to improve our restaurant management software. There are abundant features that are not included in this project, so we are mentioning those features that can be added in our project in future. Those features are listed below The Software can be used with a Web Based Interface. We offer flexible tax (VAT) for every item separately; our restaurant software can also supports multiple sales taxes in future which have the need to tender more than just one tax with their restaurant software. Speaking of taxes, this restaurant system can accommodates multiple sales tax systems (i.e. USA, VAT, PST, ST, HST and much more). In future, when speaking of international features, our restaurant software can accommodates all world currencies. And if by any chance, your currency is not readily available in this restaurant software, you can simply add it yourself, by using our restaurant softwares add currency feature. In future, our restaurant software can be multilingual and self translating as well.

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In our Project entitled RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM we have tried our best to fulfill all the requirements of restaurant. The project being simple and flexible is running successfully. The main advantage of our project is that its simplicity attracts a lot of users. It can be easily run by a novice user. Our software can be used in any kind of restaurant (Bar, Sandwich Shop, Pizzeria, Steak House, Caf Shop, Deli, Buffet, and Catering business, Doughnut or Pastry Shop, Hotel restaurant/kitchen and more). The Restaurant Management System helps the restaurant manager to manage the restaurant more effectively and efficiently by computerizing meal ordering, billing and inventory control. The system processes transaction and stores the resulting data. Reports will be generated from these data which help the manager to make appropriate business decisions for the restaurant. For example, knowing the number of customers for a particular time interval, the manager can decide whether more waiters and chefs are required. This project when implemented it will remove all the security issues. Also, there will be speedy and secured authentication procedure for the maintenance of records. Data entry is fast and simple because it automatically picks up information about a customer from the database on subsequent visits. Therefore, our software will definitely prove to be a successful stepping stone in replacing the outdated manual method of maintaining secure records. The work plan also includes the detailed features of the technology used in the project defining the front end and back end. The objectives and scope of the project in future have been elaborated.

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