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Shopping Cart Project in Java with Module Description

September 2, 2012

Detailed Description of the Shopping Cart Project

The following are the major components, Home, Place order / Cancel order, User details, Shopping cart, and Display confirmation.


This module providing the information about the shop. It gives following details:

  1. Welcome screen
  2. Offers
  3. 3.     Login

Place order/ Cancel:

              This module prompts the user to enter in to place order / cancellation of shop or else exit from the environment through mobile devices.

User Details:     

              This module prompts the user to give his various information for the product selection through mobile devices. It requires the following:

               1. Name

               2. Address

               3. Mobile Number

               4. Credit Card Number

Shopping Cart:

              This module provides the information about various categories of products and displays their corresponding price. It also includes the various fields like Quantity of a product. 

Display Confirmation: 

               This module gives the confirmation about the product selection / Cancellation.

Place Order: 

             This process is an easy process to order a product. When specifying the product, the display provides the information about the price for that

Corresponding product. Finally the money is deduced from your credit card.

Cancel Order:

             This process is an easy process to cancel a product. Finally the money is backed up to your credit card. 

posted in CSE Mini Projects, CSE Project Reports, CSE Projects with Source Code, J2EE Projects, Java Based Projects by Ramesh Gavva/Kasarla shanthan

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