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Under the guidance of:

Faculty guide:
Mr Sanjeev Tomar

Industrial mentors:
Mr.Pratik pandey

Submitted by: Name: Ravi kumar Roll No: # 34108



Descri i about and enlisting t em who gave their valuable contributions for providing timel guidance during my training period at CR AND Amity University is really a very tedious task. I am grateful to CENT E FOR RAILWAY INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CRIS) for providing me an opportunity to work with them and undertake a training of such importance. Now I feel that my alone effort would have not been adequate if I miss out to highlight the joint contribution and pain taken by my superiors in this connection. After undergoing 6 weeks training, now I shall say with a lot of confidence that this experience has polished my technical working knowledge of existing IT industry prevailing in Railways i.e. 2nd largest in the world and moreover biggest railway enterprise.

My first honorable regards are with Mr. Ravi ra Gupta (General Manager) and Mr. Anil Talwar (Dy. Chief System Manager/Training) who encouraged and explored my hidden skills with timely guidance and who also shared their time & help throughout my training trainee tenure of one month at CRIS . I credit the success of my project to Mr. Prati Pandey. He not only carried out the tedious work of supervising and debugging my work but also gave me insights to the professional way of working in the IT industry. I pay my gratitude to him for extending his valuable effort and time whenever I needed his guidance.

My gratitude all to the members of CRIS who contributed in their ways to make this possible with their inspiration and help, without which, understanding the intricacies of the project would have been exponentially difficult. Also this acknowledgement would have been incomplete without conveying my sincere thanks go to Mr.Sanjeev Tomar(Faculty Mentor) and all the faculty members of Amity University who guided me at every step in my endeavour to learn. I thank them for their vision and thoughtful counseling.

Ravi kumar Roll no.: 341/08 B.Tech. 6 semester Batch 2008-2012

Installing Oracle Database

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Configure your system to support Oracle Database. Install the Oracle Database software on a local file system. Configure a general-purpose Oracle database that uses the local file system for database file storage. Install software from the Oracle Database Companion CD which improves the performance of Oracle Database on your system.

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Results of a Successful Installation

The database that you created and the default Oracle Net listener process are running on the system. Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control and iSQL*Plus are running and can be accessed using a Web browser. A single-node version of the Oracle Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS) daemon is running and is configured to start automatically when your system boots.

Hardware Requirements
Requirement Minimum Value

Physical memory (RAM) Virtual memory Temp disk space Hard disk space Video adapter Processor

256 MB minimum, 512 MB recommended Double the amount of RAM 100 MB 1.5 GB 256 colors 200 MHz minimum

Oracle Database 10g

y SQL Fundamentals 1. y PL/SQL Fundamentals 2.

Oracle Database 10g: SQL Fundamentals I

Overview:This course offers students an introduction to Oracle Database 10gdatabase technology. In this class students learn the concepts of relational databases and the powerful SQL programming language. This course provides the essential SQL skills that allow developers to write queries against single and multiple tables, manipulate data in tables, create database objects, and query meta data. Identify the major structural components of the Oracle Database 10g. Log in to iSQL* Plus and use its various features. Describe and work with the basic elements of Oracle SQL. Combine tables using joins and subqueries. Create and manage tables, synonyms, sequences, indexes, and views. Control user access by granting privileges and creating roles. Optimize SQL Statements.


y Identify the major structural components of Oracle Database 10g. y Retrieve row and column data from tables with the SELECT statement. y Create reports of sorted and restricted data. y Employ SQL functions to generate and retrieve customized data. y Create reports of aggregated data. y Write SELECT statements that include queries. y Use the SET operators to create subsets of data. y Run data manipulation statements (DML) to update data in the Oracle Database 10g. y Create tables to store data. Utilize views to display and retrieve data. Create sequences to generate numbers. y Obtain meta data by querying the dictionary views. y Identify the major structural components of the Oracle Database Create and manage tables, synonyms, sequences, indexes, and 10g. views. y Log in to iSQL* Plus and use its various features. Control user access by granting privileges and creating roles. y Describe and work with the basic elements of Oracle SQL. Optimize SQL Statements. y Combine tables using joins and subqueries. 


Enter user name:-SYSMAN (default username) Password:-***** Host string:-hr (use connect to different server) Then click ok

Connected with sql *plus in command Prompt

How to connect HR account

The SELECT statement

The SELECT statement is used to retrieve data from the database. The format is:
select columns from tables;

Lets get a list of author last names.

SQL> SELECT author_last_name FROM author; AUTHOR_LAST_NAME ---------------------------------------jones hester weaton jeckle withers petty clark mee shagger smith 10 rows selected.


1. For open isql plus. Open browser enter http://localhost:5560/isqlplus


3. Enter user name and password then click login

1. ERP is a package with the techniques and concepts for the integrated management of business as a whole, for effective use of management resources, to improve the efficiency of an enterprise. Initially, ERP was targeted for manufacturing industry mainly for planning and managing core business like production and financial market. As the growth and merits of ERP package ERP software is designed for basic process of a company from manufacturing to small shops with a target of integrating information across the company. 2. business person must understand the business processes and how they work together from one functional area to the other. This knowledge gives the student a much deeper understanding of how a business operates. Using SAP as a tool to learn about ERP systems will require that the people understand the business processes and how they integrate.

Different types of ERP

1. SAP 2. BAAN 3. JD Edwards 4. Siebel 5. PeopleSoft

Among all the ERP TYPE most of the companies implemented or trying to implement SAP because of number of advantages aver other ERP packages.

SAP is the name of the company founded in 1972 under the German name (Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing) is the leading ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software package.

1. - There are number of technical reasons numbers of companies are planning to implement SAP. Its highly configurable, highly secure data handling, min data redundancy, max data consistency, you can capitalize on economics of sales like purchasing, tight integration-cross function. 2. Business Content is a pre-configured set of role and task-relevant information models based on consistent Metadata in the SAP Business Information Warehouse. Business Content provides selected roles within a company with the information they need to carry out their tasks. These information models essentially contain roles, workbooks, queries, InfoSources, InfoCubes, key figures, characteristics, update rules and

extractors for SAP R/3, mySAP.com Business Applications and other selected applications

y Sap mainly divided into four module 1. Production Planning.( PP) 2. Material Management (MM) 3. Quality Management(QM) 4. Plan Management(PM)

y MATERIAL MANAGEMENT:MM Basics:1. The Evolution 2. How it fits into SAP SCM and SAP Business Suite

MM Solutions:1. Overview / Organizational Structure 2. Master Data 3. Requirements Planning (MRP) 4.Purchasing 5. Inventory Management 6. Valuation / Physical Inventory 7. Invoice Verification 8. Procurement of Service Items