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Project NISSAN N-SHOP Client NISSAN MOTORS, Japan Consultant Wipro Technologies Ltd. Duration April 2003 – July 2003 Role Project Engineer Contribution • Low Level Design Preparation from High level Design document • Developing UML diagrams (Class and Sequence Diagrams) using Rational Rose • Understanding, implementing STRUTS framework and training the team regarding technical design • Responsible for installing WebSphere, DB2 servers. • Database Creation • Developing Search Module. • Generating the application EAR file and deploying the EAR to WebSphere app server. • Providing solution to implement session management using URL rewriting method • Tested the Application as per the client’s requirements. • Change Requests Implementation • UAT bug fixing • Maintenance Team Size 10 Environment App. Server : WebSphere 4.0.5 Database : IBM UDB2 7.1 O.S. : AIX Frame work : J2EE(Java, JSP, Servlets), STRUTS Project Description Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Japan is a leading manufacturer of well-designed and high performance automobiles in Japan, having worldwide presence in the automotive sector. Presently Nissan is treating the getting introduction to clients from associated enterprises as a business activity, and from among the 800 odd associated enterprises, around 100 enterprises use a network to carryout processing of such introductions. The other enterprises (around 700) use paper (faxes etc.) for their introductions. In the current online work process, MS Access is used, and fixed length sending files that contain the introduction information are generated, and the information is sent using computers. The operator manually sets the host computer header. In this project, the following improvements in the work are planned, by transferring the current system to the web environment. • Reducing the work involved in constructing an environment on the client’s side. • Easily converting all paper documents into data. • Using the internet circuit, reduce telephone charges from remote locations • Reduce the manual work of operators Project NISSAN RASHINBAN Client NISSAN Motors, Japan Consultant Wipro Technologies Duration April 2003– May 2003 Role Project Engineer Contribution • Requirements analysis and Design • Software Installation (Vignette V7.02, LDAP, MQ Series) • POC Development Team Size 4 Environment App. Server : WebSphere 4.0.4 Database : IBM DB2 7.1. O.S. : AIX Cont. Mgmt Tool : Vignette 7.02 Project Description Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Japan is a leading manufacturer of well-designed and high performance automobiles in Japan, having worldwide presence in the automotive sector. This application is a Content Management Solution for NISSAN Corporate Web Site ([login to view URL]). The project involves two phases viz. Content Management Services (CMS), Content Delivery Application (CDA). CMS application provides templates developed using Vignette V7 to manage content (i.e. upload content, versioning, page creation, site creation, channel creation, work-flow etc). CDA application provides services of Delivering the content through staging using Content Delivery Templates. Project Nissan Shared IS Client NISSAN MOTORS, Japan Consultant Wipro Technologies Duration Dec 2002 – April 2003 Role Project Engineer Contribution: • Low Level Design Document preparation from Requirements document • Design of the application. • Installation of Software (WebSphere, DB2) • Database Design and Creation • Design business rules for online survey system. • Development of Questionnaire Module (using JSP, JSP Tag libs, and java beans) • Deployment at on-site • Client interaction and User Acceptance Test changes/bugs implementation/fixing • Change Requests Implementation Team Size 5 Environment App. Server : WebSphere 4.0.5 Database : IBM DB2 8.1 O.S. : Windows 2000 Technology : J2EE (Java, JSP, Servlets) Frame Work : MVC, Session Façade Project Description Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Japan is a leading manufacturer of well-designed and high performance automobiles in Japan, having worldwide presence in the automotive sector. Nissan conducts surveys to get the customer feedback about different automobile modals. Different dealers of Nissan will participate in these surveys. Nissan wants to develop an application, which provides a wizard for the NML admin users to create and modify the questionnaires for these surveys. These questionnaires once created should be available over the Internet for the dealers to answer. All these responses have to be captures in the database. Also NML admin user should able to generate reports to analyze the dealer responses. Project OLAM E-CRM Application Client OLAM, Singapore Consultant Planetasia Duration May 2001– Jan 2002 Role Team Member Contribution • Programming Pricing Engine module. This module includes developing web interfaces (using JSP and EJB) for the inventory tables of the system • Written unit test cases and testing the application • Deployment at offshore • Change Requests Implementation Team Size 25 Environment Software : Weblogic 5.1 Database : Oracle 8 O.S. : Windows NT 4.0 Technology : J2EE (Java, JSP, Servlets, EJB) Frame Work : MVC, Session Façade Project Description OLAM International, the commodities trading arm leading global, integrated food ingredients and industrial raw material supplier. It is an online pricing calculation, trading transactions, report generation. Basically this site contains two types of users. Internal users will enter/edit/delete the cost of the commodities, freight cost etc. External users from the companies will place the order, display price list, find the goods position. To allow customers to undertake e-trading with OLAM International, besides normal trading, this would allow maximum flexibility and a better service to the customers. To integrate the B2B online service with the existing OPS (Order Processing System), and Oracle Financial (leverage existing back office systems). Project LINE Order Visibility Client LINE, Hong Kong Consultant Planetasia Duration Jan 2002 – Nov 2002. Role Team Member Contribution • Development (coding) Packing List module. Packing list module contains sub modules called Header, Line and Carton, which are developed separately and integrated to create one packing list. The hierarchy of the packing list is Header with multiple line items and each line item contains different types of carton items based on certain business rules. • Generating Packing list object (using SAX parser) from XML data (uploaded by user) and updating it to Packing list module of the application • Writing Unit Test Cases • Deployment at offshore • Change Requests Implementation Team Size 30 Environment App. Server : Weblogic 6.1 Database : Oracle 8 O.S. : Solaris Technology : J2EE (Java, JSP, Servlets, EJB) Frame Work : MVC, Session Façade Project Description LINE (Logistics Information Network Enterprise) provides Information Technology based logistics solutions that enable companies to move goods around the world in the simplest and most efficient way possible. The company was launched in March 2000 as Ports-n-portals, the e-commerce subsidiary of Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH). It changed its name to LINE in November 2000. Module Description: Packing List is a document prepared by the shipper (factory) listing the kinds and quantities of merchandise in a particular shipment. A copy is usually sent to the consignee to assist in checking the received shipment. Packing list contains different parts such as HEADER, LINE, and CARTON INFO etc. Using templates generates all the forms related to this document. These documents are circulated to users and user companies based on the rights. Also these documents can be downloaded or printed using Jreports.
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