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Authors: Fernando, D.M.N.
Issue Date: 2-Jun-2014
Abstract: The Evoke International (Pvt) Ltd. is engaged in the business of digital content management. At present they have no presence in the World Wide Web. Due to the competition among similar organizations and the information technology revolution in the business world, they have planned an e-business program to maintain their market share and to attract potential customers towards their businesses. As the initial step of the ebusiness program, they are going to launch an Online Music Store. This project developed an e-commerce solution which addressed the above strategic requirement of the company while attempting to promote the application of open source resources for the development of such e-commerce applications. The main objective of the project was to develop and deploy an Online Music Store as a part of the company s corporate web-site and its Content Management System. The Online Music Store is a Business-to Customer e-commerce application whereas the Content Management System is a user-friendly web-application. The development of the software solution was carried out using incremental system development process and was supported by the object oriented analysis and design (OOAD) techniques and the Unified Modeling Language (UML). The popular open source software tools such as AgroUML, DBDesigner, NetBeans IDE, MySQL suite were utilized throughout the system development life cycle of the project. The system implementation was carried out using PHP and Javascript on a Windows based platform with a MySQL database server. The system was tested for errors and bugs during the Unit Testing and Integration Testing sub-phases and deployed at the client s in-house servers for User Acceptance Testing which certified the success of the project by the client. The project has reached all its milestones successfully except for few implementations in OMS and CMS. The time factor has made those implementations to be kept as future improvements for the system. As a whole, it can be considered as a successful project.
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