Final Account in Mobile

Final Account in Mobile




Introduction:

Commerce refers to all the activities surrounding the buy or sale of goods or sets. As we step into the next century, the trend toward smaller and faster devices, coupled with the need for information access on the move.

Mobile computing promises to bring unpredictable change in the society. Spanning the complete globe, crossing all boundaries.

Mobile commerce is the application of communication and information sharing technologies among trading partners to the business objectives. method mobile commerce is associated with mobile phone and communication network.

Mobile commerce is a new way of conducting managing and executing business transactions using mobile and communication network.

Advantages of Mobile Commerce:

The increasing usage of mobile has given use to application like shopping by mobile, mobile banking etc. where people can buy anything online. Customers do not have to wait in lines, and this provides a lower hassle ecosystem.

Objectives of The Study:

1. Purpose of the study is to move final account to the mobile device, so that business owner can access it any where at any time.

2. End user can not change the content of report.

3. End users just click on the icon, and view the final account.

Methodology:

In this paper applicable literature, information and data have been used from the published books, mobile forum sites and magazines like PCQuest, Developer IQ, Computer Today etc.

Final Accounts:

Final Accounts is one of the most important topics, because it contains Trading Account, Profit & Loss Accounts and Balance Sheet. This Final Accounts will create after the preparation of the Trial Balance.

Trading Account shows the Gross Profit or Gross Loss.

Profit & Loss shows the Net Profit or Net Loss.

Balance Sheet shows the financial position of the business.

Software Requirement for Develop this Application:

J2ME

J2ME:

There is five major cell phone platforms obtainable today, such as Symbian, Windows CE mobile, BREW, WAP and J2ME. Depending on the problem to be solved and resources, a particular platform may required.

J2ME enables Java applications to run on small, resource constrained computing devices. It is not a new language, rather it adapts existing Java technology for handheld and encased devices.

J2ME is intended for Java programmers writing applications for devices with limited memory resources and processor strength, such as cell phone, Personal Data Assistants (PDA) etc.

Frame Work for Develop this Application:

First we create the final account in accounting package (Tally). Than export the data from accounting package to ‘Txt’ format and than save it.

Copy ‘Txt’ file into SDCard or Memory Card of the mobile device.

Create the program in J2ME for reading the text data from the file.

When we run this application in mobile, it will automatically read the final account data from the ‘Txt’ file.

Application Development (Code):

startMIDlet()

{

Try

{

FileConnection fc=(FileConnection)Connector.open(file://localhost/root1/data.txt);

InputStream is=fc.openInputStream();

Byte b[]=new byte[1024];

Int length=is.read(b,0,1024);

System.out.println(“content is”+new String(b,0,length);

}

Catch(Exception e)

{

}

Limitation:

This package has some limitation, like

1. We copy the ‘Txt’ data to the SDCard or Memory of the mobile device.

2. We can not access by the GPRS (General Packet Radio Switching)

These reasons motivate the need for a new set of application.

Conclusion:

Now a day the traditional way of creating final account is giving way to the accounting software packages. With the wide spread of technology this transformation is unavoidable. It is obvious that transferring the data over the mobile device is future of exchange mechanism. It will surely condense many of the prevailing inconveniences.




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