Lab evaluation-3 -Nagaraj

Case study:  Web framework for online book store


1)      The programming paradigm applicable for the case are

Object  Oriented programming paradigm

Functional oriented Programming paradigm

Multi paradigm programming language

2)      The elements of coding standards included in this case

Commenting code

Java Comments


Comment Type Usage Example

Starts with /** and ends with */

Used before declarations of interfaces, classes, member functions, and fields to document them. /**

* Customer – a person or

* organization


C style


Starts with /* and ends with */

Used to document out lines of code that are no longer applicable. It is helpful in debugging.



This code was commented     out by



Single line


Starts with // and go until the end of the line

Used internally within member functions to document business logic, sections of code, and declarations of temporary variables. // If the amount is greater

// than 10 multiply by 100

 Naming Accessor Member Functions


Getters: member functions that return the value of a field / attribute / property of an object.

Use prefix “get” to the name of the field / attribute / property if the field in not boolean

Use prefix “is” to the name of the field / attribute / property if the field is Boolean

A viable alternative is to use the prefix ‘has’ or ‘can’ instead of ‘is’ for boolean getters.




Setters: member functions that modify the values of a field.

Use prefix ‘set’ to the name of the field.



Member Function Visibility


A good design requires minimum coupling between the classes. The general rule is to be as restrictive as possible when setting the visibility of a member function. If member function doesn’t have to be public then make it protected, and if it doesn’t have to be protected than make it private.


    Maintainability is achieved , ability of the system to undergo changes with a degree of ease. These    changes could impact components, services, features, and interfaces when adding or changing the functionality, fixing errors, and meeting new business requirements.

Usability  can achieved  how well the application meets the requirements of the user and consumer by being intuitive, easy to localize and globalize, providing good access for disabled users, and resulting in a good overall user experience.

Reliability is achieved f a system to remain operational over time. Reliability is measured as the probability that a system will not fail to perform its intended functions over a specified time interval.


I have used Java programming language, since the java programming language consits of  Object  Oriented programming paradigm ,Functional oriented Programming  paradigm




Code snippets


<body bgcolor=”beige”>

<jsp:useBean id=”user” class=”obs.User” scope=”session” />

<jsp:setProperty name=”user” property=”*” />

if (! user.isLogged())
<h3>Invalid Login. Click <a href=login.html>here</a> to try again! </h3>



public class Customer

private String custname;
private String password;
private String email;
private String phoneno;

private Context ctx;

public Context getJNDIContext()
return ctx;

public Customer()
ctx = getInitialContext();

public void setCustname(String custname)
{ this.custname = custname; }

public String getCustname()
{ return custname; }

public void setPhoneno (String phoneno)
{ this.phoneno = phoneno; }

public String getPhoneno()
{ return phoneno; }

public void setPassword(String password)
{ this.password= password; }

public String getPassword()
{ return password; }

public void setEmail (String email)
{ = email; }

public String getEmail()
{ return email; }

// returns true if uname and pwd are valid
public boolean isValid()
Connection con = null;
PreparedStatement ps = null;
con = getConnection();
ps = con.prepareStatement(“select phoneno, email from customers where custname = ? and pwd= ?”);

ResultSet rs = ps.executeQuery();
boolean found = false;

if (
{ phoneno = rs.getString(“phoneno”);
email = rs.getString(“email”);
found = true;
return found;


public class Cart
ArrayList items = new ArrayList();

public Item find(String isbn)
Iterator itr = items.iterator();
Item itm;
while ( itr.hasNext())
itm = (Item);
if ( itm.getIsbn().equals(isbn))
return itm;
} // end of while

return null;

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