E Ticketing

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Online Movie theatre’s Ticket booking system Objective: • This is a online web site on which user as well as theatre owner register themselves and use this site to update movies in theatre and search for particular location of theatre as well as book tickets for particular movie. Also theatre authority can check by ticket number for valid user.

Database Design: ER-Schema:

FirstName

UserID CreditInfo Name Movie Ticket ZipCode StreetAddre f s TheatreID NameofMovie Actor Movie City State Location 1-n

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UserID UserInfo

ExpDate

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Answer NameofTheatre Theatre NumofScreen TheatreID

County MovieID MvoieID Director Screen n-1

1 n TheatreID

Capacity Actress Rated Releas eYear Time1 n-n n-n n-n ScreenID

ShowTime

TheatreID

ScreenID

Capacity

MovieID

Tables: CreditInfo: Attributes NumofCreditCard Type Name UserID ExpDate Ticket Movie UserInfo:
Attributes FirstName LastName UserID Password Favorite Reply Data Type Text Text Text Text Text Text Data Type Number Text Text Text Text Number Data Type Text Number Text Text Text Number Text Data Type Number Number Number Number Data Type Number Number Text Data Type Number Data Type Number Text Text Text Date Number Text

Location
Attributes ZipCode State City StreetAddress County TheatreID

Movie:
Attributes NameOfMovie MovieID Actor Actress Director ReleaseYear Rated Screen: Attributes MovieID ScreenID TheatreID Capacity Theatre: Attributes TheatreID NumofScreen NameOf Theatre

ShowTime:
Attributes MovieID

ScreenID Capacity TheatreID Time1

Number Number Number Text

Application Structure: A typical application that interacts with a user, from spreadsheets on personal computers to accounts payable systems on mainframes, consists of three elements: 1. Presentation: Presentation of information and functionality, navigation, and protection of user…...

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