publication . Thesis . 2013

The development of application for billing of services

Šinko, Žiga;
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  • Published: 15 Oct 2013
  • Country: Slovenia
Abstract
Diploma is a description of a programming solution for preparing billing invoices of Mikrocop services. Developed system can easily manage billing invoices specifications for all customers and set schedules for generating invoices. These settings are than used by the service module generating invoices on schedule. Generated invoices can be seen and managed with help of Windows Reporting Services technology. First chapter describes services billing in general. Second chapter shortly describes the tools and technologies used in developing Mikrocop Billing System. Third chapter presents Mikrocop services that use the developed system for billing. The main two are a...
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3.1 Mikrocop ...................................................................................................................... 7 3.2 Storitve, ki se obračunavajo s pomočjo razvitega sistema ........................................... 8 3.2.1 InDoc RMS.......................................................................................................... 8 3.2.2 Brezpapirja.si...................................................................................................... 9 3.3 Obračunavanje storitev .............................................................................................. 10 3.3.1 Poizvedbe za pridobivanje podatkov o količini uporabe storitev ..................... 11 4.4 Servisni modul.............................................................................................................30 4.4.1 Izvajanje opravil................................................................................................30 4.4.2 Postopek generiranja obračuna ........................................................................31

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