To understand the history of SACCOs, a Savings and Credit cooperative otherwise known as a Sacco is a type of corporation that aims at pooling money together.

Overview

Sacco

Run react client-side

npm install and then npm run

Run spring server-side

mvnw package

And then move to the target folder

java -jar *.jar

I recommend that you should use intellji for development tool and compile code in here.

steps

Navigation is divided into 4 link: Home, Loan Management, Loan Setting, Logout

  1. Allows a SACCO admin to login

    Database for admin: employees Url: http://localhost:3000/login

    Using email and password, Sacco admin can login to dashboard and on login, Sacco admin list is shown.

  2. Allows a SACCO admin to create a loan request on behalf of a SACCO member

    Database for request: loan_log,employee_role Url: http://localhost:3000/management

    Logined Sacco admin can create loan request having variables such as amount, end_date(edate), create_date(rdate)... and Requester, loan status and loan creation time and so on is shown here.

  3. Allows a SACCO admin to approve a loan

    Database: loan_log Url: http://localhost:3000/management

    You can't approve your request only other's. For that, I invisible the approve and reject button if request is created by you. whenever you click the approve button on other request, the approved number increase by 1. you can click approve button only one time per created request.

  4. Changes the required number of approvers needed for a loan to be approved

    Database: loan_approve, loan_number_setting Url: http://localhost:3000/setting

    you can edit the require number.

  5. Returns a list of all loans. Among the loan fields returned, the loan status should be shown. Possible statuses are Pending approval, Approved, Disbursed and Rejected

    Database: employees, employee_role, loan_log, loan_number_setting, loan_approve Url: http://localhost:3000/management

    There isn't logic about Rejected and Disbursed in the requirement, so I didn't implement that. whenever increasing required number of approver, it is automaticaly checked for status,

Here is a video Link

https://www.loom.com/share/1915e47424784964985146859915443e

Getting started

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Add your files

cd existing_repo
git remote add origin https://gitlab.com/Incre.edgeX/sacco.git
git branch -M main
git push -uf origin main

Integrate with your tools

Test and Deploy

Use the built-in continuous integration in GitLab.


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