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How Strawberry Infotech Built a Robust Oracle IDE with GST Implementation and User Acceptance Testing


Navigating through the intricacies of regulatory compliance and system upgrades, Strawberry Infotech successfully integrated GST into an Oracle IDE. This project showcases our expertise in managing complex Oracle and Java projects, demonstrating our ability to meet and exceed client expectations in software development.

Project Challenges and Objectives

The primary challenge was to seamlessly incorporate GST compliance into an established Oracle Application framework. This required a deep understanding of both Oracle and Java platforms to enhance system utility and meet regulatory standards.

The Solution Framework

1. Requirement Gathering and Solution Design

Our project began with detailed requirement analysis. We used tools like JIRA and Confluence for tracking and documenting the project scope, ensuring comprehensive integration of the client’s needs into our development strategy.

2. System Configuration and Custom Development

We tailored Oracle modules to support GST-specific functionalities, utilizing PL/SQL for backend procedures and Java for additional module integration.

Example PL/SQL code snippet for GST calculation:

    p_amount IN NUMBER,
    p_tax_rate IN NUMBER,
    p_gst_amount OUT NUMBER)
    p_gst_amount := p_amount * (p_tax_rate / 100);

This procedure illustrates how we integrated GST calculations within the Oracle modules, reflecting our practical approach to addressing client-specific regulatory requirements.

3. Data Migration Strategy

Data migration from legacy systems was carefully planned using Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) scripts, ensuring both compliance and data integrity.

Example ODI code snippet for data migration:

INSERT INTO new_financials (account_id, transaction_date, amount, gst_amount)
SELECT account_id, transaction_date, amount, (amount * 0.18) AS gst_amount
FROM legacy_financials
WHERE transaction_date > TO_DATE('2020-01-01', 'YYYY-MM-DD');

This script highlights the technical measures taken to ensure GST compliance during data migration

4. Integration with External Systems

We used Oracle’s SOA Suite to integrate the Oracle system with external applications, facilitating seamless data exchange and enhancing system functionality.

Example of a BPEL process in Oracle SOA Suite for integration:

<bpel:process name="SyncFinancialData">
        <bpel:receive name="ReceiveDataFromLeasingApp"/>
        <bpel:invoke name="ProcessData" partnerLink="FinancialsService"/>
        <bpel:reply name="SendResponse"/>

This BPEL process ensures robust data synchronization, supporting complex system interactions that are typical in large-scale software projects.

  1. Testing and User Acceptance
    We implemented rigorous testing protocols, including automated UI testing with Selenium, to ensure the application’s stability and performance met user expectations.

Example Selenium test script for UAT:


public void testGSTCompliance() {





    // Navigate to GST Report page

    driver.findElement(By.linkText("GST Reports")).click();

    // Verify GST calculation

    String expectedGST = "5400";

    String actualGST = driver.findElement("total_gst")).getText();

    assertEquals(expectedGST, actualGST);


This test ensures that the GST calculations within the system are accurate and meet the specified requirements.


The successful implementation of the GST-integrated Oracle IDE is a testament to Strawberry Infotech’s ability to deliver sophisticated and compliant software solutions. This project not only highlights our technical proficiency in Oracle and Java but also our commitment to meeting complex client needs. Our comprehensive approach from planning through testing ensures that our projects stand out in the field of software development.

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