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Unit
ISY2006 – Object Oriented Programming
Name/Code
Assessment
Type
Report
Assessment
Number
1
Assessment
OOAD Case Study
Name
Unit Learning
LO 2, LO 3, LO 4
Outcomes
Assessed
Due Date and
Week 5, Friday 24th April 2020, 5pm
Time
Weighting
20% (20 Marks)
Assessment
Specification:
Description
You are contacted by a small Club owner who wants you to help with making a Website for an online
Booking System that will help the club in managing the bookings for their 10 function rooms.
Currently, Club maintains a manual booking system that is increasingly becoming difficult to manage
for the staff. The current system is erroneous and time taking.
Current System:
Currently, for Booking a function Room, a customer calls or comes in person to the club. The club
admin helps them to choose the function room based on various factors – Day, Time, Number of
hours, Number of people and availability.
The staff will then suggest them if the booking is available and if it is available then Customer will
need to pay a 10% deposit to confirm the booking. But currently, a lot of time is spent to find a suitable
function Room as well as to be sure that the function room is available for the whole time as per the
customer request.
The customer will pay the rest amount on the Booking day after the function Room has been used.
The customer is also liable to pay for any damages (if any) made to the room during their occasion.
The main objectives of this New Booking system are:
Book for a function – This system will help customers in making a booking for a Function Room.
Every function room has a different capacity and rates per hour. Function rooms need a booking for
minimum two hours.
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CRICOS Provider Code: 03147A
Level 3 & 4 545 Kent Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
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Online Payment – This system will give an option to the customer for online payment for their bookings.
Once the payment is accepted a confirmation email is sent to the customer with a Booking Reference
Number.
Better Knowledge – This system will provide the customer with all the details of the Function Room and the
map of the room before they confirm their bookings. This will give an opportunity to the customer to prepare
for the function and confirm before-hand and hence getting a venue according to their requirements.
Reduce Paperwork – As most of the things will be performed online, it will reduce the usage of paper for the
Club.
Improves Efficiency – This system will make things easier for staff as the whole Booking system will go online
and it will have maps and possible Virtual tours that will allow customers to be sure of what they are booking.
Also, booking System will check for the availability of the room during the whole time required. This way the
staff can spend more time attending to their customers who have current bookings with the club.
Improved Customer Service – The customers making a booking over the new Online Booking System will
need to Register themselves. The customers will need to provide various personal details like First name,
Last name, Full Address, Email Address and Phone Number. The customers start earning loyalty points when
they go forward with bookings.
The new System will now work in the following way:
1. A Customer will need to login/Register to make a new Booking.
2. The Customer will provide the date, time and number of people they want to book a room for.
3. The system will then pick up the available rooms as per the Customer’s requirement.
4. The Customer can browse with the choice provided by the system.
5. Then the Customer can choose the one that is interested and then proceed with payment.
6. After successful payment, the Customer will receive print or email the Booking confirmation for future
reference.
Australian Institute of Higher Education
CRICOS Provider Code: 03147A
Level 3 & 4 545 Kent Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
T: +612 9020 8050 W: www.aih.nsw.edu.au
Requirements:
1. Create a Use Case for the new Online Booking System.
2. Create a Domain Model for the online Booking System.
3. Create a Sequence Diagram for the use case Book for a function Room of the Online Booking System.
4. Create a Class Diagram for Online Booking System.
Detailed
Submission Submit as an MS Word or PDF file.
Requirements Include a cover sheet that has your name, subject, date, report title and WORD COUNT.
1. You are required to submit a report on this case study that highlights what the case study is about
and any two assumptions you have made for this system. (Please note: Any assumption you make
for this system should be in line with the case study given and should not contradict the problem
definition itself).
2. The report should have all the artefacts mentioned in the Requirements section.
3. The report must conclude with a small reflection section that reflects on what you learnt via this
assignment and any challenges you had to work on this case study.
Referencing and Plagiarism
It is essential to use IN TEXT referencing. If you are using the exact words from a
reference then you must use quotation marks.
You can use Chicago Style referencing with numbers, with a listing at the end of the essay.
Microsoft Word has an EndNote plugin that makes this style very easy and clear to follow.
(http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html ).
Alternatively, you can use the more traditional Harvard style, which is more verbose.
http://www.citethisforme.com/harvard-referencing .
Remember that this is a Turnitin assignment and plagiarism will be subject to
severe penalties. Please refer to the AIH Academic Misconduct Policy:
http://www.aih.nsw.edu.au/content/1-home/8-more-info-tabs/3-officialpolicies/academic-misconduct-policy.pdf
Australian Institute of Higher Education
CRICOS Provider Code: 03147A
Level 3 & 4 545 Kent Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
T: +612 9020 8050 W: www.aih.nsw.edu.au
Criteria
Marks
Marks Received
1.
Use Case
a.
Actors
1.0
b.
Preconditions
0.5
c.
Main flow
1.0
d.
At least 2 Alternative
1.0
flows/Exceptions
e.
Post conditions
0.5
f.
Diagram
1.0
2.
Domain Model
a.
Domain classes
1.0
Identified
b.
Domain classes
1.0
connected
3.
Sequence Diagram
a.
Actor and various
1.5
objects in the
system
b.
Lifelines and
2.0
messages passed
between various
objects and Actors
c..
Sequence fragments
(option, alternative or
loop)
1.5
4.
Class Diagram
a.
Main classes
2.0
identified
b.
Relationship
2.0
between main
classes identified
5.
General
a.
Assignment cover
1.0
page, title, table of
contents, page
numbers and overall
format
b.
Reflection
2.0
c.
References
1.0
Australian Institute of Higher Education
CRICOS Provider Code: 03147A
Level 3 & 4 545 Kent Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
T: +612 9020 8050 W: www.aih.nsw.edu.au

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