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SYNOPSIS HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
The “Hotel Management System-Book keeping” system is menu driven and highly interactive. It was developed in Visual basic 6.0 as Front End Tool and M.S-Access Backend Tool. The Hotel Management System (HMS) project will automate the manual and legacy operations. The project will keep track of guest database, room reservations, booking ,vacating, finance and reporting details. The activities associated with HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM can be classified into five major modules. They are:
• Login Screen • Room Description • Room Booking • Room Vacating • Reporting View
The system has been developed based on the requirements of the management and user for immediate report of Guest status or details. The system is dynamic in nature and can be updated/modified based on the user’s requirement any time. The system reduces the work load of the users. The accurate, adequate and timely information are produced as and when needed. The newly developed system is more effective and it it will be consuming.
NAME OF THE CHAPTER
INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction about the Project
SYSTEM ANALYSIS 2.1 Existing System 2.2 Proposed System
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 4.1 Hardware Requirements 4.2 Software Requirements 4.3 About the Software
SYSTEM DESIGN 5.1 Data Flow Diagram 5.2 Data Base Design
SYSTEM TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION
APPENDIX 10.1 Source Code 10.2 Screen Layout
ABOUT THE PROJECT:The resort management project will automate the manual and legacy operation of a resort or a hotel. The project will keep track of Guest details, Room Reservation, Room Booking , Finance and Reports. The main form consists of five menus. They are •
Login Screen:This includes Administrator and User login. There will be a username and password to login into the system to use all the facilities.
This form consists of the following sub menus
Room Entry Room Entry Update and Delete
Room Entry :-
This form display the information Room No, Room Rent, Booking Type and arrival date ,deposit. If the room entered in the form is vacant then only we can allot that room. Room entry called another name Room reservation
Room Entry Update and Delete :-
Room entry Update means already reserve the room any more changes using these options. Then delete option used
for booking code, Room number, cancel date, fine levied, fine waived. We can select the rooms that are reserved, for cancellations.
This form display the information like Booking code, Booking name, Booking date, guest name, and check in date. if the room entered in the form is vacant then only we can reserve that room.
Room Vacating:This will form display the information like room number, check out date, advance amount, balance amount, total amount, guest phone number, address etc., also display the room vacating form.
There are only one report are available. That is like vacating are includes financial ,departure report and payment report are generated between booking dates to vacating dates.
EXISTING SYSTEM: The existing system is manual. It maintains huge records for various departments. The book keeping procedure is tedious and is prompt to errors. Very careful handling is needed in manual systems. Even a very minute mistake may lead to imbalanced results. Manual processes results in waste of time and energy. In the earlier system the inventory report is calculated manually. Whenever the accounting is to be
performed. That information must be extracted from the files and the calculation will have to check by the Concern person. The existing system leads to a lot of problems. The existing system consumed a lot of stationary cost. Daily transactions are maintained in journals. These journal entries are then posted on to the ledger accounts correspondingly.
PROPOSED SYSTEM: This project integrates all Operation processes in the computer to synergies the important resources of Material and Money. The department people can gather the needed information at their desk without any manual burdens. This project reduces manual burdens and automates the functions of various departments. In manual process, to decide the Room booking details, vacating details have to be verified each time. But with this project these process are automated and no manual checking is required. This project reports can be automatically generated. The processes of creating reports are manually very tedious
which are made very easy and automatically through this project. The reports produced helps in making management decision easily. With this project, since all information about previous years is readily available, such reports can be produced within few seconds. Thus the project eliminates many difficulties saving a lot of time and energy, which could be used for some other constructive purpose towards the organization’s success.
ADVANTAGES: 1. Less effort 2. Quick reference 3. Future enhancement
PROBLEM DESCRIPTION: This project is HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM; the main aim of this project is gives the customer view of the hotel. The customer needs in hotel are, enquiry about rooms, reservation process, vacating process, canceling the reservation. In this project the first module gives the administrator view for logging. The customer needs enquiry for first process. So the enquiry process is shown in the project that works more effectively than the manual process. The next process of customer is reservation. This reservation is for may today or future, for this the reservation form can work more efficient than the manual process. This form also checks the rooms for reservation dates. It is interactive to the customer, if the rooms are not available it gives message and not allows reserving for
that date. It is more efficient, more reliable, time saving and accurate. The next process for the customer is vacating the room. For this he needs the total bills.The vacating form works for this information effectively. This form calculates the user bills of room it is minus by the advance. Shows the total bill he need to pay. It is having all details of the database.
: Dual Core 2.5GHZ
: 15” LCD Monitor
: 1GB DDR 1
Hard Disk Drive
: 160 GB
: TVS Electronics
: Front tech
: Windows XP
: V.B 6.0
VISUAL BASIC Visual Basic is a programming language and development environment that us to create programs that run under Windows operating system. Visual Basic has many features. Bill Gates describes Visual Basic as an, “easy yet powerful tool for developing windows applications in basic”. This may not seem like enough to justify all the user until you realize that Microsoft Windows applications formerly required an expert C/C++ programmer supplied with about 20 pounds worth of documentation for the needed c/c++ compiler and the essential add-ons. As Charles Petzold (author of one of the
standard books on windows programming in C) put it in the NEWYORK TIMES: “For those of us who make our living explaining the complexities of windows programming to programmers, Visual Basic poses a real threat to livelihood.”
The following is a list of some of the more prominent features: Includes a GUI development environment for developing Windows Applications. Object based development is possible using class modules. Rapid application development (RAD). Includes good debugging facilities. Allows for the creation of COM components such as ActiveX Controls, DLLs etc., Has many internet development possibilities like ActiveX documents. Windows become most popular, Microsoft realized that the text based basic would not work as a windowed
programming language based on BASIC but one much more suited to today’s windowed environments. Majority of visual basic program consist of basic program consist of graphical elements. PROGRAMMING PROCESS: Decide what your application is to do by creating on over all design.
Create the visual portion of your application (the screens and menus that
your users will
interact with) Add visual basic programming language code on the visual elements together and to automate the program. Test your application language to locate and remove any bugs you find. Compile your tested application and distribute the compiled application to your users. A debugger is an interactive monitoring system that you can turn on and off inside visual basic helps you locate statements that contain bugs.
requirements change, companies change, and laws change. You must also change program you write so that they remain viable programs; you will need to update your program periodically to reflect changes that impact the program. In addition, users will think of new things that they want the program to do. PROGRAM MAINTENANCE: Programming maintenance is the term used for updating of a program after the program is put into use. This update may be a result or a user’s request or a change in the way the program needs operate. Documentation is completed of descriptions of the program. You can
place documentation inside the program
itself so that when you (or some one else) later make a change to the program you will read what sections of the program are without having to figure out what the code’s purpose is. Internal Visual Basic descriptions are called remarks. Document your programs, make other programmers to understand your code if they must make changes to it later.
A project is a collection of files that make up your application. A simple application might contain code, one or more files might consist of several files, and the project is the collection of those files. One of these files contain descriptions of screens inside their respective form windows and one or more files contain advanced programming information that your program will us to communicate with other programs and modules inside the program . MULTIPLE DOCUMENT INTERFACE: This allows your application to contain multiple document windows. In effect this interface lets you work with several sets of date in multiple windows with several sets of date in multiple windows with in your program. Each document window is called a child window.
FORM: The form template is a model of the form that you can customize. Form templates are form with similar properties. That might appear in several different applications.
EVENT-DRIVEN PROGRAMMING: The window contains several kinds of window controls such as command buttons, check boxes, and a scroll bar. These controls are just a sample of many window controls available for you within the visual Basic Programming environment to add to the programs that you write. PROPERTIES: The property helps to differentiate a control from other controls because the property shows appearance and a behavior of a control. Properties have values such as colors, text labels size and location of the form. An object is an element form a visual Basic program. Such as a control, form, or code module that holds programming statements.
FUNCTIONS AND PROCEDURES: Decreases the workload of rewriting the same code in different places, thus reducing the code size to the maximum
level. Functions and Procedures optimize the program sizes and make use of the functions effectively and efficiently. USER-DEFINED DATA TYPES: VB provides facilities to create our own data types which give more flexibility for programming. These types can be used just like built in date types. DATABASE CONNECTIONS: VB allow easy access to database. Database can be accessed through DAO (Data access Object), RDO (Remote Data Object), and ADO (ActiveX Data Object). Using DAO we can access databases in MS-Access only. With RDO and ADO controls we can access databases in MS-Access only. With RDO ADO Controls we can access Oracle, SOL and any such databases. With we use RDO or DAO for connecting VB to databases. When we use RDO or DAO for connecting VB to a database we need a ODBC driver. But in case of ADO we need an OLEDB. ODBC provides a universal for accessing data in a database. Database developers will write ODBC compliant drivers to interface with their DBMS. An ODBC data source is a
collection of data that can be indexed and referenced for data retrieval. ODBC client requires proper drivers for each data type (MS-Access’ SQL, FoxPro etc.) In our project we have3w used ADO controls. This allows us to connect information in a table to different controls on our form. Thus we will be able to view and edit data without writing a line of code. CONNECTION: A connection defines a named session for the user. It contains open databases and provider mechanisms for simultaneous transactions.
Record set : A record set object represents the records in a database table or the Records that result from a running query. Fields
Field collection contains all stored field objects of An index, QD, Record set, relation or table definition object.
ADVANTAGES INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Multiple Windows on Screen. Mire Internet Features & Web Tools. Better support for Database Environment. More Wizards. Features of Integrated Development Environment. Improved data access Facilities.
MS-ACCESS MS-ACCESS is powerful multi-user DBMS. It can be used to store and manipulate large amount of information and automate repetitive task, Such as maintaining and inventory and generating invoices. By using ACCESS you can develop easy-
to-use data input forms. You can process your data and create meaningful reports. Data in ACCESS is organized in the form table with in a cable records are arranged according to a common reference value known as primary key for the key field the value in the key fields in the document for every record and thus help for unique records. A combination of two are more fields can also we used us the primary key search a combination is called composite key Since a value on a table can be replicated across other tables thus should be a way to maintain a relation between the two tables this relation is implemented through the concept of a foreign key. A foreign key is a table which links to other tables. Database access has a default extension of .mdb. Access also maintains index file s for tables. An index is a table of value that access maintains to store the order of records. Index object thus provide access to data. Similarly in a table indexes control the way data is accessed. However it thus not duplicates the data itself. DATABASE:
Database is an organized collection information about an entity without redundancy and server multiple applications. RECORD: It is an organized collection of information in other words, records can be termed as group of data items or data aggregates. RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: A relational database management system is the most popular and most dominant information management system available today. Commencing in 1971 this concept has proven to the one of the highly prudent ways of storing, retrieving, analyzing and managing data. One who uses system built on RELATIONAL MODEL will instantly appreciate this as a convenient and powerful system.
OPEN DATABASE CONNECTIVITY:
The code requesting the data from the database whether in the java server or in the server component must have a way of a locating that databases this can be achieved grows the open database connectivity (ODBC). `With ODBC, we create with ODBC, we create a DATA SOURCE NAME (DSN) through the ODBC data source administrator by clicking on the add button. We setup a connection with any reachable database for which we have an ODBC DRIVER. The DSN is created to allow communication between oracle and active server page. When this connection was initially created, the database type the IP address of the server and the name of the server and the name of the database were supplied. SQL *PLUS is applicable only for Ms-Access while SQL is the unified language which is applicable for all the RDBMS packages.
CLIENT / SERVER ARCHITECTURE: In this architecture system is divided into two parts.
A Front End or A Client. A Back End or A Server Client executes the database application that accesses database information and interacts with the user. The server executes the oracle software and handles the function required for concurrent, shares data access to an oracle database. MICROSOFT ACCESS AND IT’S FEATURES:MOVEABLE, CUSTOMIZABLE TOOLBARS: Microsoft Access toolbars are now moveable and customizable. You can move toolbars around in the Microsoft Access window, Hide them individually, and customize them by adding buttons you can also create your own toolbars and attach them to forms and reports. TOOL TIPS:Move the pointer onto the face of any toolbar button, including those in the toolbox or palette, to display the name of the button or option. Shortcut menus. Press the right mouse button when you’re defining a control, setting a property or performing most any other task in
Microsoft Access to display a shortcut menu. Commands appraise to the current task appear on the menu. QUICK SORTING:In table and form datasheets and in forms, You can click the sort Ascending or Descending buttons on the toolbar to quickly sort the current records based on the selected column.
Any Process that is only in the planning stage and needs to be converted into reality requires three important steps namely planning, analysis and design. All the above three ‘design’ is very important. It is conversion of the ideas into reality by putting together all ideas block and achieving realism. System design is the process of planning a new business or one to replace or complement an existing system. It describes how a system will meet the requirement identified during the system analysis.
It also describes the data .Calculations to be
performed and data stored desired.
In short, system design
stated how to accomplish the objectives. system design, including data flow diagram.
DATA FLOW DIAGRAM:-
Many tools assist
Data flow diagram (DFD) is a tool developed for he purpose of graphically representing t he system in order t make the classification of system requirements easy and identifying the major transformation that will become modules in system design.
So, it is starting point of the design phase that
functionally decomposes specifications down phase to the lowest level of details. approach.
This diagram follows a top down
As the overview mode is exploded, lower level
diagrams can be obtained that shows additional features. Each process in the data flows diagram can be exploded into yet more detailed data flow diagram. Data flow diagram is used to descried the actual process that makeup the system, the data stores and data flows. ADFD typically shows the minimum contents of the data stores. Each data stores well contain all the data elements the flow in and or f it. DFD shows the flow of the data within the system. It consists of a series of “bubbles”joied by “lines” The bubble represents data transformations and the flow in the system.
line represents data
Table: Room Entry Column Name
Unique identification for ever Room
Rent received the Guest
Bed Model Single or Double
Bed Facility A/c or Non A/c
Table: Room Update / Delete Column Name
Unique identification for ever Room
Rent received the Guest
Bed Model Single or Double
Bed Facility A/c or Non A/c
Table: Room Current Booking Column Name
Whether corporate friends or guest
Street/House No. of the Guest’s residence
Date on which this information was fed into the data base and default is today’s date.
Advance amount Received
Phone of the gust Residence
Unique identification for ever Room
Table: Room Vacating Column Name
Unique identification for ever Room
Whether corporate friends or guest
Street/House No. of the Guest’s residence
Phone of the gust Residence
Date on which this information was fed into the data base and default is today’s date.
Date on which the guest vacated the room
Number of days staying in hotel
How much received by advance amount
How much received by total amount
Display the Balance amount
SYSTEM TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION: Testing in the system was done to ensure the integrity of the system. Testing to vital for the success of the project, which is the last stage of the software development testing, has several purpose.
To affirm the availability of project.
To find and eliminate the errors from previous stage.
To validate the software and to eliminate the operational reliability of system. Testing is done for each module. After testing all the modules, the modules are integrated and testing of the final system is done with the test data, specially designed to show that the system will operated successfully in all its aspects conditions. The procedure level testing is made first. By giving improper inputs, the errors occurred are noted and eliminated. Thus the system testing is a confirmation that all is correct and an opportunity to show the user that the system works. The final step involves validation testing, which determines whether the software function as the user expected. The end-user rather than the system developer conduct this test most software developers as a process called “Alpha and Beta test” to uncover that only the end user seems able to find. This is the final step in system life cycle.
implement the tested error free system into real life environment and make necessary changes, which runs is an online fashion.
Here system maintenance is done every months or year based on company policies, and is checked for errors like runtime errors, long run errors and other maintenances like table verification and reports.
TYPES OF TESTING: UNIT TESTING: Unit testing verifications efforts on the smallest unit of software design, module. This is known as “Module Testing”. The modules are tested separately. This testing is carried out during programming stage itself. In these testing steps. Each
module is found to be working satisfactorily as regard to the expected output from the module. CATEGORIES OF UNIT TESTING: FUNCTIONAL TESTING: Functional test cases specify typical operating conditions, typical input value and typical expected results. Function tests also test behavior just inside, on adjust beyond the functional boundaries. PERFORMANCE TESTING: Performance testing is carried out to test the run time performance of the system. STRESS TESTING: Stress tests are designed to overload a system in various ways. STRUCTURE TESTING: Structure tests are concerned with examining the internal processing logic of a software system. VALIDATION TESTING: Validation is the process of evaluating software at the software development process to determine compliance with requirements block box testing techniques are used exclusively during validation.
OUTPUT TESTING: Output testing is series of different test whole primary purpose is the fully exercise the company based system. Although each test has a different purpose all the works should verify that all system elements have been properly integrated and perform allocated function. Output testing is the stage of implementation, which a ensuring that system works accurately before live operation commences. The input screens, output documents, database structure etc.were checked and required modification made suit specification. Then using the test data prepared, the whole system was tested and found to be a successful one.
IMPLEMENTATION PLAN: The requirements for implementing the project is determined and also tested to confirm the effectiveness while implementing the project design into the source code.
main goal of the implementation plan is the development of
source code that is easy to read and understand.
implementation plan will help the project to proceed with the available resources. Once the implementation plan is over the source code can be developed easily because it will provide a clear idea about the project. IMPLEMENTATION: Implementation is the process of installing the software into the system so that it will be provided with original data to process.
Implementation phase is started after o9nly the
successful completion of the testing phase in which the above tests should be carried. To complete the implementation into success, a test should be carried out. Compatibility testing: this testing is carried out to check the compatibility that whether this software will run smoothly on the provided system configuration.
After this test implementation gets over only for the implementation purpose. But it should be maintained so that the performance will remain same and it will not be degraded. To maintain the performance of the software, continuously the performance test should be carried.
Performance testing : to test the performance of the modules, their Response time, device utilization etc. The performance o f a software may deguard when more application or software are handled by operating system at a time or due to less available resource i.e. Less memory etc.,But anyway the performance of the software may degrade due to the external events such as processor speed and memory etc. So the processor should be upgrade to maintain the performance.
FUTURE ENHANCEMENT: The project is developed considering only material and money but it can be extended for man and machine also. Since
our objective of the project is successfully completed. This is system provides efficiency in many ways. All the features that is required for the HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM has been finished successfully. All the complications concerned with this project are successfully solved. Every application has it s own merits and demerits. The project has covered almost all the requirements. Further requirements and improvements can easily be done since the coding is mainly structured or modular in nature. Changing the existing modules or adding new module can append improvements. This project provides detailed information about all the Room Booking, Rook vacating and Reporting details for all transactions.
This project work is an attempt to develop a system that can be used for computerization of activities in the resort. Since
these activities are tedious process requiring lot of effort, more care has been taken for the system development. The requirements a suitable database is created maximum effort were taken to avoid duplication in data entry and data storage. Various reports can be generated by this system. The major advantage of the system is fast and accurate information retrieval, minimization of clerical work, easy and efficient data storage and report generation.
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SOURCE CODING: LOGIN: Private Sub Command1_Click() If Text1.Text = "SABARI" And Text2.Text = "DINESH" Then Form1.Show Form7.Hide Else MsgBox "PASSWORD IS WRONG ! TRY AGAIN" End If End Sub MENU BAR: Private Sub Close_Click() End End Sub Private Sub Curr_Click() DataEnvironment1.Command1 If DataEnvironment1.rsCommand1.BOF = False Then DataReport1.Show Else A = MsgBox("Record Not Found", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Information") DataEnvironment1.rsCommand1.Close End If End Sub Private Sub CurrentBooking_Click() Form4.Show Unload Me End Sub
Private Sub Form_Load() Me.WindowState = 2 End Sub Private Sub list1_Click() Form6.Show Unload Me End Sub Private Sub RoomEntry_Click() Form2.Show End Sub Private Sub roomvegating_Click() Form5.Show Unload Me End Sub Private Sub ruc_Click() Form3.Show Unload Me End Sub Private Sub vecat_Click() DataEnvironment1.Command2 If DataEnvironment1.rsCommand2.BOF = False Then DataReport2.Show Else A = MsgBox("Record Not Found", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Information") DataEnvironment1.rsCommand2.Close End If End Sub
Room Entry: Unload Me End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() Call CLEAR End Sub Sub CLEAR() Text1.Text = "" Text2.Text = "" Option1.Value = False Option2.Value = False Option3.Value = False Option4.Value = False End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() Dim S As String Dim s1 As String If Text1.Text = "" Or Text2.Text = "" Or (Option1.Value = False And Option2.Value = False) Or (Option3.Value = False And Option4.Value = False) Then A = MsgBox("DataMissing", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Missing") Else If Option1.Value = True Then S = "SINGLE" End If If Option2.Value = True Then S = "DOUBLE" End If If Option3.Value = True Then s1 = "YES" End If If Option4.Value = True Then s1 = "NO" End If
rs.Open ("select * from room_detail where room_no='" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "'"), db If rs.BOF = False Then A = MsgBox("Room Number Already Exists", vbCritical + vbOKOnly, "Information") Else db.Execute ("INSERT INTO ROOM_DETAIL VALUES('" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Text2.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(S)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(s1)) & "')") db.Execute ("insert into room_status values('" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "','YES')") A = MsgBox("Insert Sucessfully", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Message") End If rs.Close End If End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() Me.Top = 2000 Me.Left = 3000 Call conn End Sub ROOM CHANGE AND UPDATE: Dim S As String Private Sub Command1_Click() If Text1.Text = "" Then A = MsgBox("Specify The Room Number", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Message") Call CLEAR Else rs.Open ("select * from room_detail where room_no='" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "'"), db If rs.BOF = False Then
Frame2.Enabled = True Command3.Enabled = True Command2.Enabled = True rs.MoveFirst While Not rs.EOF Text2.Text = rs(0) Text3.Text = rs(1) Combo1.Text = rs(2) S = Text1.Text If rs(3) = "YES" Then Combo2.Text = "WITH A/C" Else Combo2.Text = "WITHOUT A/C" End If rs.MoveNext Wend Else Call CLEAR A = MsgBox("Record Not Found", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Information") End If rs.Close End If End Sub Sub CLEAR() Text2.Text = "" Text3.Text = "" Combo2.Text = "" Combo1.Text = "" Frame2.Enabled = False Command2.Enabled = False Command3.Enabled = False End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() Dim s1 As String If Text1.Text = "" Or Text2.Text = "" Or Text3.Text = "" Then
A = MsgBox("Data Missing", vbCritical + vbOKOnly, "Missing") Else If UCase(Combo2.Text) = UCase("WITH A/C") Then s1 = "YES" Else s1 = "NO" End If db.Execute ("update room_detail set Room_no='" & UCase(Trim(Text2.Text)) & "',room_rent='" & UCase(Trim(Text3.Text)) & "',bed_model='" & UCase(Trim(Combo1.Text)) & "',room_fe='" & UCase(Trim(s1)) & "' where room_no='" & UCase(Trim(S)) & "'") db.Execute ("UPDATE ROOM_STATUS SET ROOM_NO='" & UCase(Trim(Text2.Text)) & "' WHERE ROOM_NO='" & UCase(Trim(S)) & "'") A = MsgBox("Update Sucessfully", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Sucessful") End If End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() If Text1.Text = "" Or Text2.Text = "" Or Text3.Text = "" Then Else db.Execute ("DELETE FROM ROOM_DETAIL WHERE ROOM_NO='" & Trim(UCase(S)) & "'") db.Execute ("DELETE FROM ROOM_STATUS WHERE ROOM_NO='" & Trim(UCase(S)) & "'") A = MsgBox("Record Deleted Sucessfully", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Information") Call CLEAR Text1.Text = "" End If End Sub
Private Sub Command4_Click() Unload Me End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() Call conn Me.WindowState = 2 Frame2.Enabled = False Combo1.AddItem ("SINGLE") Combo1.AddItem ("DOUBLE") Combo2.AddItem ("WITH A/C") Combo2.AddItem ("WITHOUT A/C") Call CLEAR End Sub Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel As Integer) Form1.Show End Sub ROOM CURRENT BOOKING: Private Sub Command1_Click() Unload Me End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() Call CLEAR End Sub Sub CLEAR() Text1.Text = "" Text5.Text = "" Text4.Text = "" RT.Text = "" End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() If Text1.Text = "" Or Text2.Text = "" Or RT.Text = "" Or Text3.Text = "" Or Text4.Text = "" Or Text5.Text = "" Then A = MsgBox("Check The Data", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Message")
Else db.Execute ("insert into cur_booking values('" & Trim(UCase(Text4.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(RT.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Text5.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Text2.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Text3.Text)) & "')") db.Execute ("UPDATE ROOM_STATUS SET ROOM_STATUS='NO' WHERE ROOM_NO='" & Trim(UCase(Text4.Text)) & "'") Call M1DIS 'Call CLEAR A = MsgBox("Room Booking Sucessfully", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Sucessful") Call CLEAR End If End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() Me.WindowState = 2 Call conn Call M1DIS Text2.Text = Date Text3.Text = "0" End Sub Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel As Integer) Form1.Show End Sub Sub M1DIS() Dim I As Integer Dim J As Integer Dim K As Integer rs.Open ("SELECT ROOM_NO FROM ROOM_STATUS WHERE ROOM_STATUS='YES'"), db If rs.BOF = False Then rs.MoveFirst While Not rs.EOF
rs1.Open ("SELECT * FROM ROOM_DETAIL WHERE ROOM_NO='" & rs(0) & "'"), db If rs1.BOF = False Then J=J+1 M1.Rows = J + 1 M1.Cols = 5 rs1.MoveFirst While Not rs1.EOF M1.Row = J For I = 0 To 3 M1.Col = I + 1 M1.Text = rs1(I) M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbBlue Next rs1.MoveNext Wend Call M1APP End If rs1.Close rs.MoveNext Wend Else End If rs.Close End Sub Sub M1APP() M1.Row = 0 M1.Col = 1 M1.Text = "ROOM NO" M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.Col = 2 M1.Text = "ROOM RENT" M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.Col = 3
M1.Text = "BED MODEL " M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.Col = 4 M1.Text = "A/C OR NOT" M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.ColWidth(1) = 1900 M1.ColWidth(2) = 2000 M1.ColWidth(3) = 2000 M1.ColWidth(4) = 2000 M1.ColWidth(0) = 0 M1.ColAlignment(1) = 3 M1.ColAlignment(2) = 3 M1.ColAlignment(3) = 3 M1.ColAlignment(4) = 3 End Sub Private Sub M1_Click() Dim I As Integer I = M1.RowSel M1.Row = I M1.Col = 1 Text4.Text = M1.Text End Sub Private Sub Text3_LostFocus() If Text3.Text = "" Then Text3.Text = "0" End If End Sub
ROOM VECATING: Private Sub Command1_Click() Unload Me End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() Call CLEAR Text1.Text = "" End Sub Private Sub Command3_Click() db.Execute ("UpDATE ROOM_STATUS SET ROOM_STATUS='YES' WHERE ROOM_NO='" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "'") db.Execute ("INSERT INTO VECAT_DETAILs VALUES('" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Label8.Caption)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Label10.Caption)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Label3.Caption)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(RT.Text)) & "','" & Trim(UCase(Label6.Caption)) & "'," & Trim(Val(Label12.Caption)) & "," & Trim(Val(Label18.Caption)) & ")") db.Execute ("delete from cur_booking where room_no='" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "'") A = MsgBox("Register Sucessfully", vbInformation + vbOKOnly, "Sucessful") End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() Me.WindowState = 2 Call conn Call CLEAR End Sub Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel As Integer) Form1.Show
End Sub Sub CLEAR() Label3.Caption = "" Label6.Caption = "" Label8.Caption = "" Label10.Caption = "" Label12.Caption = "" Label14.Caption = "" Label16.Caption = "" Label18.Caption = "" RT.Text = "" End Sub Private Sub Text1_KeyDown(KeyCode As Integer, Shift As Integer) 'Call CALCU End Sub Sub CALCU() Dim I As Integer Dim AM As Double Dim TOT As Double rs.Open ("SELECT * FROM CUR_BOOKING WHERE ROOM_NO='" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "'"), db If rs.BOF = False Then rs.MoveFirst While Not rs.EOF Label3.Caption = rs(1) RT.Text = rs(2) Label6.Caption = rs(3) Label8.Caption = rs(4) Label10.Caption = Date If Date - CDate(Label8.Caption) > 0 Then Label12.Caption = Date - CDate(Label8.Caption) Else Label12.Caption = 1 End If Label14.Caption = rs(5)
I=1 rs.MoveNext Wend Else Call CLEAR End If rs.Close If I = 1 Then rs.Open ("SELECT ROOM_RENT FROM ROOM_DETAIL WHERE ROOM_NO='" & Trim(UCase(Text1.Text)) & "'"), db If rs.BOF = False Then rs.MoveFirst While Not rs.EOF AM = CDbl(rs(0)) rs.MoveNext Wend End If rs.Close TOT = AM * Val(Label12.Caption) Label18.Caption = TOT Label16.Caption = Val(Label18.Caption) Val(Label14.Caption) End If End Sub Private Sub Text1_KeyUp(KeyCode As Integer, Shift As Integer) Call CALCU End Sub
REPORT: Private Sub Form_Load() Me.WindowState = 2 Call conn Frame1.Top = 320 Frame2.Top = 320 M1.Rows = 1 M1.Cols = 6 Call M1DIS Call M1APP Call M2DIS End Sub Sub M1DIS() Dim C As Integer Dim I As Integer Dim J As Integer rs.Open ("SELECT * FROM CUR_BOOKING"), db If rs.BOF = False Then M1.Rows = rs.RecordCount + 1 C = rs.RecordCount M1.Cols = 6 rs.MoveFirst While Not rs.EOF I=I+1 M1.Row = I J=J+1 M1.Col = J M1.Text = rs(0) M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbBlue J=J+1 M1.Col = J M1.Text = rs(1) M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbBlue J=J+1
M1.Col = J M1.Text = rs(2) M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbBlue J=J+1 M1.Col = J M1.Text = rs(3) M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbBlue J=J+1 M1.Col = J M1.Text = rs(4) M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbBlue rs.MoveNext J=0 Wend Call M1APP End If rs.Close Label6.Caption = C End Sub Sub M1APP() M1.Row = 0 M1.Col = 1 M1.Text = "ROOM NO" M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.Col = 2 M1.Text = "NAME" M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.Col = 3 M1.Text = "ADDRESS" M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.Col = 4
M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.Text = "PHONE" M1.Col = 5 M1.CellFontBold = True M1.CellForeColor = vbRed M1.Text = "DATE OF BOOKING" M1.ColWidth(1) = 1500 M1.ColWidth(2) = 2000 M1.ColWidth(3) = 3500 M1.ColWidth(4) = 1500 M1.ColWidth(5) = 2000 M1.ColWidth(0) = 0 M1.ColAlignment(1) = 3 M1.ColAlignment(2) = 3 M1.ColAlignment(3) = 3 M1.ColAlignment(4) = 3 M1.ColAlignment(5) = 3 End Sub Sub M2DIS() Dim I As Integer Dim J As Integer Dim C As Double Dim D As Integer rs.Open ("SELECT * FROM VECAT_DETAILS"), db If rs.BOF = False Then M2.Rows = rs.RecordCount + 1 D = rs.RecordCount M2.Cols = 9 rs.MoveFirst While Not rs.EOF I=I+1 M2.Row = I For J = 0 To 7 M2.Col = J + 1 M2.Text = rs(J) M2.CellFontBold = True
M2.CellForeColor = vbBlue Next C = C + rs(J - 1) rs.MoveNext Wend M2APP End If rs.Close Label2.Caption = C Label4.Caption = D End Sub Sub M2APP() Dim I As Integer M2.Row = 0 M2.Col = 1 M2.Text = "ROOM NO" M2.CellFontBold = True M2.CellForeColor = vbRed M2.Col = 2 M2.Text = "DATE OF BOOKING" M2.CellFontBold = True M2.CellForeColor = vbRed M2.Col = 3 M2.Text = "DATE OF VECATING" M2.CellFontBold = True M2.CellForeColor = vbRed M2.Col = 4 M2.Text = "NAME" M2.CellFontBold = True M2.CellForeColor = vbRed M2.Col = 5 M2.Text = "ADDRESS" M2.CellFontBold = True M2.CellForeColor = vbRed M2.Col = 6 M2.Text = "PHONE NUMBER" M2.CellFontBold = True
M2.CellForeColor = vbRed M2.Col = 7 M2.Text = "NO OF DAYS" M2.CellFontBold = True M2.CellForeColor = vbRed M2.Col = 8 M2.Text = "PAID AMMOUNT" M2.CellFontBold = True M2.CellForeColor = vbRed For I = 1 To 8 M2.ColAlignment(I) = 3 M2.ColWidth(I) = 2000 Next M2.ColWidth(1) = 1000 M2.ColWidth(0) = 0 End Sub Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel As Integer) Form1.Show End Sub Private Sub M1_Click() End Sub