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About Currency Exchange System In PHP
In order to add the customer’s record, the user simply has to enter the customer’s name, contact, country, city, and gender. The admin can easily CRUD currencies. For this, the user has to provide symbol, currency, sell and buy rate. The admin can view the report, track serial, recover receipt and transaction. He/she can simply enter a customer’s name, transaction type, method and currency.
Other features are about CIV transfer and Bank transfer. For CIV transfer, the user simply has to enter an amount and select from and to. Now talking about Bank transfer, he/she can easily add USD amount, view all reports, transactions and add other bank accounts. For this, the user has to provide information such as bank code, bank name, account number, select currency, debit, credit and balance amount. The last feature is about Master file, where the user can view, modify and delete it. The features of this project can be summarized as –
- CRUD Customer, Rates
- CIV Transfer
- Bank Transfer
- Track serial
- Recover receipt
- Change transaction rate
How To Run Currency Exchange System In PHP ?
Design of this project is pretty simple so that the user won’t find any difficulties while working on it. Currency Exchange System in PHP helps in easy management of exchange currency information and transaction records. To run this project you must have installed virtual server i.e XAMPP on your PC (for Windows). After Starting Apache and MySQL in XAMPP, follow the following steps
- Extract file
- Copy the main project folder
- Paste in xampp/htdocs/
Now Connecting Database
- Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/phpmyadmin/”
- Then, click on the databases tab
- Create a database naming “liveedit” and then click on the import tab
- Click on browse file and select “liveedit.sql” file which is inside “DATABASE” folder
- Click on go.
After Creating Database,
- Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/CurrencyExchange_PHP/CurrencyEx/”
For username and password, refer “Readme.txt” file.