Online Banking System in Java Mysql Project Report

Project Title: Online Banking System
I. Introduction
The Online Banking System is a Java-based web application designed to provide users with a secure and convenient platform for online banking transactions. It includes features for account management, fund transfers, transaction history, and security measures to protect user information.
II. Objectives
Develop a web-based application for online banking using Java.
Implement secure user authentication and authorization.
Provide functionalities for account management, fund transfers, and transaction history.
Utilize MySQL for database storage and management.
Implement encryption and other security measures to protect sensitive user data.
III. Technologies Used
Java (Programming language)
MySQL (Relational database)
JavaServer Pages (JSP) for frontend
Servlets for backend
HTML, CSS, JavaScript (Frontend)
JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) for database interaction
IV. Features
User Authentication:

Secure login and registration functionalities.
Password encryption for enhanced security.
Account Management:

Allow users to view account details, including balance and transaction history.
Enable users to update account information.
Fund Transfers:

Implement functionalities for transferring funds between accounts.
Display transaction receipts and updates on account balances.
Transaction History:

Maintain a detailed transaction history for each account.
Display transaction details, including date, type (deposit, withdrawal, transfer), and amount.
Security Measures:

Implement secure practices such as password hashing, HTTPS, and session management.
V. Project Structure
Packages: Contains servlets for handling user requests. Contains JavaBeans representing entities like User, Account, and Transaction. Data Access Objects for database interactions. Utility classes for encryption and other functionalities.
VI. User Interface Design
Web Pages:
Login and registration forms.
Account dashboard displaying balance, transaction history, and fund transfer options.
VII. Database Design
Table: users
Columns: user_id (Primary Key), username, password_hash, email, etc.
Table: accounts
Columns: account_id (Primary Key), user_id (Foreign Key), balance, etc.
Table: transactions
Columns: transaction_id (Primary Key), account_id (Foreign Key), type, amount, date, etc.
Summary of the Online Banking System project.
Reflection on the development process, challenges faced, and lessons learned.
IX. Future Enhancements
Ideas for additional features or improvements for the online banking system.
Consideration for integrating two-factor authentication or implementing additional security measures.
X. References
Any external libraries, frameworks, or resources used during the development.