Price management system in a Restaurant by netbeans

Restaurant management System

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The following project is about price management system in a restaurant. The main purpose of the system is to manage the price according to the dish name. All the project is done on netbeans IDE. There are 2 jframes in the project one is the main screen and next is the loading screen. The first screen is the loading screen to load the main screen. The main screen consist of many features like adding, searching and deleting.
You can add the name of the dish and its price inside the table by filling the form. The form consist of food price, name and is categories. You can choose any categories of the food by searching in the combo box. All the information is transferred into the table when you click on the “add to table” option. You can search the information about the dish by providing the price of the dish and clicking on the “search dish” button. You can also search the dish by its category. The “delete data ” can delete whole data at one from the table.

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Things you need to install to run this project:

  1. You need to install NetBeans as the IDE.
  2. You need to install Oracle 10g.
  3. Also, you need to install JDK and JRE for JAVA

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