JAVA+MySQL Library Borrowing Information Management System

The library is a place where many college students and aspiring young people study and borrow books. There are a large number of people in the library to receive every day. How to better manage the borrowing information of users is the management of most libraries at the moment. People's concerns

This system is developed through JAVA and MYSQL. Through this system, you can manage and query the book information, user information and the user's solution information in the library more reasonably.

The first thing the user opens after opening the library lending system is the login page. When logging in, it is divided into two roles: administrator and user. The administrator can manage all the information in the library, and the user can only view and manage his own personal information

The login interface of the library lending system

The login interface of the library lending system

After the administrators in the library log in to the system with their own account and password, they can check the book classification information, book information, reader information, book borrowing, book return, and query and statistics of borrowing information in the system. The administrator function interface As shown below

Library borrowing system administrator function interface

Library borrowing system administrator function interface

After logging in to the system, users of the library borrowing system can view their personal information, query and view book information, view their own borrowing and return records, and leave a message for feedback.

User interface of library management system

User interface of library management system

Chapter 1 Overview 1
1.1 Development Background 1
1.2 Development Objectives 1
1.3 Research Objectives 2
Chapter 2 Introduction to Related Technologies 3
2.1 Development Tools 3
2.2 JSP Technology 3
2.3 Introduction to HTML 4
2.4 SQL Database 5
2.5 B/S Structure 5
Chapter 3 System Demand 7
3.1 Feasibility analysis 7
3.1.1 Technical feasibility 7
3.1.2 Operational feasibility 7
3.1.3 Economic feasibility 8
3.2 Demand analysis 8
3.2.1 Performance demand analysis 8
3.2.2 User demand analysis 8
3.2.3 Function Demand analysis 9
3.2.4 Non-functional demand analysis 9
3.3 System process design 10
3.4 System use case analysis 12
3.4.1 Administrator use case 12
3.4.2 Reader use case 12
3.5 Interface requirements 13
Chapter 4 Database design 15 4.1
Database design principles 15
4. 2 Database entities 15
4.3 Database table design 17
Chapter 5 System realization 19
5.1 System login module realization 19
5.2 Password information management module realization 19
5.3 Book classification management interface 19
5.4 Book information management interface 20
5.5 Reader Information Management Interface 21
5.6 Book Borrowing Management Main Interface 21
Chapter 6 System Test 22
6.1 System Test Purpose 22
6.2 Test Process 22
6.3 Performance Test 23
6.4 Test Results 23
Summary 24
Acknowledgements 25
References 26