JP4719335B2 - Collated writing management device and collated writing management method - Google Patents

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JP4719335B2
JP4719335B2 JP2000111605A JP2000111605A JP4719335B2 JP 4719335 B2 JP4719335 B2 JP 4719335B2 JP 2000111605 A JP2000111605 A JP 2000111605A JP 2000111605 A JP2000111605 A JP 2000111605A JP 4719335 B2 JP4719335 B2 JP 4719335B2
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乾一郎 信國
三重子 加藤
達也 大塔
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a miscellaneous note management device that manages editing of a miscellaneous note to be delivered to a predetermined recipient, a miscellaneous note management method, a merchandise presentation support device and a merchandise presentation support method that support the presentation of a product to be delivered to a predetermined recipient, The present invention relates to a date management device that performs management.
[0002]
[Prior art]
Traditionally, it has been sent to other occasions such as marriage, childbirth, admission, graduation, etc. In this case, the miscellaneous mount is turned to the person who should fill in the miscellaneous notes, and the miscellaneous notes are completed. In addition, gifts are presented at occasions such as marriage, childbirth, admission and graduation. In this case, each person decides what to present to the recipient and presents it to the recipient, or multiple representatives decide what to present to the recipient and present it to the recipient. ing.
[0003]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
However, in the past, preparation of a message board, a call to the person who should write the message, circulation of the cardboard, check of progress information, prompting the person who is staying in circulation, collection of the cardboard, and receipt of the cardboard There has been a problem that enormous amounts of work and time are required because it must be sent to a person. In addition, in the case of presenting an object, if each person decides an object to be presented to the recipient individually, there is a possibility that the same thing is presented to the recipient. In addition, when a plurality of representatives presents a thing to a recipient, there is a possibility that a problem arises that the opinions of persons other than the representative are not reflected in the determination of the thing to be presented.
[0004]
On the other hand, if multiple people consult and decide what to give to the recipient, the opinions of people other than the representative will be reflected in the gift, but in this case, There is a problem that it takes time for consultation.
In addition, there is a problem that it takes a lot of time and effort for the recipient who received the message to thank the person who wrote the message. In addition, there is a problem that it takes enormous labor and time for the recipient who presented the item to thank the person who presented the item.
In addition, in order to give a letter of mention or to give a thing, it is necessary to manage the anniversary of a plurality of people, and there is a problem that it takes time.
[0005]
Therefore, an object of the present invention is to provide a group management device, a group management method, a product gift support device, a product gift support method, and a date management device that can solve the above problems. This object is achieved by a combination of features described in the independent claims. The dependent claims define further advantageous specific examples of the present invention.
[0006]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
In order to achieve the above object, a miscellaneous writing management apparatus according to the first aspect of the present invention provides:
A scheduled user storage unit that is connected to a line and manages editing of a message edited by a plurality of users, and that stores user information for identifying a user who should participate in the editing of the message; An editing reception unit for receiving user information for identifying a user who edits the message and the editing content for the message, an editing unit for editing the message based on the editing content, and a scheduled user memory A progress information detecting unit that detects progress information related to the progress of editing of the draft based on the user information stored in the editing unit and the user information received by the editing receiving unit, and the detected progress information via the line And a progress information transmission unit for transmission.
[0007]
The progress information detection unit may detect progress information including user information that identifies a user who is not editing a message among users who should participate in editing the message. A starting information storage unit for storing an e-mail address of the starting user who is the user who caused the editing of the message, and the progress information transmitting unit transmits the progress information to the e-mail address of the starting user; May be. You may make it further have a starting information reception part which receives a starting user's electronic mail address from a line | wire. An edit deadline accepting unit that accepts the edit deadline of the overwriting from the line may be further provided, and the progress information sending unit may send the progress information at a predetermined time before the edit deadline. Planned user reception unit that receives the email address of the user who should participate in the editing of the message via the line, the arrival information for reaching the message to the email address of the user who should participate in the editing of the message, and You may make it have an edit request | requirement transmission part which transmits the request | requirement content which requests | requires edit of a message.
[0008]
The edit accepting unit may accept edit contents for the draft from a user whose user information is stored in the planned user storage unit. An additional user reception unit may be further included that accepts addition of user information for identifying a user who should participate in the editing of the message via the line and registers the received user information in the planned user storage unit. Good. An edit approval / reception accepting unit is further provided for accepting edit approval / rejection information via a line indicating whether or not to allow editing other than the user whose user information is stored in the scheduled user storage unit. Based on the edit approval / disapproval information received by the approval / disapproval accepting unit, the editing for the draft may be accepted.
[0009]
To achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to a second aspect of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of miscellaneous notes that are connected to a line and edited by a plurality of users. Initiation acceptance unit that accepts the type via the line, planned user acceptance unit that accepts the email address of the user who should participate in the editing of the overwriting via the line, and a request to edit the overwriting based on the type of the overwriting A request content generation unit for generating the request content to be transmitted, and an edit request transmission unit for transmitting the arrival information and the request content for reaching the message to the email address of the user who should participate in the editing of the message. Features. A request content edit accepting unit that accepts the edited content of the generated request content via a line may be further provided, and the edit request transmitting unit may transmit the edited request content.
[0010]
In order to achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to a third aspect of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of miscellaneous notes that are connected to a line and edited by a plurality of users. Scheduled user storage unit for storing participant information for identifying users who should participate in editing, scheduled user reception unit for receiving e-mail addresses of users who should participate in the editing of overwriting via the line, and line User information for identifying a user who edits a message from the user, an edit accepting unit that receives edit contents for the message from the line, an editing unit that edits a message based on the edit contents, and a scheduled user storage unit An unedited user detection unit for detecting a user who has not edited a message based on the user information to be received and the user information received by the editing reception unit, To the point, characterized in that it has a reminder e-mail transmission unit to send an e-mail that contains the reminder content prompting the editing to the e-mail address of the user you are not performing the editing of group efforts. An edit deadline accepting unit that accepts the edit deadline of the written message via the line may be further provided, and the reminder mail transmitting unit may send an e-mail at a predetermined time before the edit deadline.
[0011]
To achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to a fourth embodiment of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of miscellaneous notes that are connected to a line and edited by a plurality of users. An edit accepting unit that accepts edit contents via a line, an edit part that edits a misprint based on the edit contents, a recipient information accepting part that accepts an e-mail address of a recipient who receives a misprint via the line, and a recipient A mail-notification mail sending unit for sending a mail-notification notice e-mail including contents indicating that there is a mail-to-mail message and reaching information for reaching the mail-order to the recipient's e-mail address And
[0012]
It may further include a scheduled transmission time reception unit that receives a scheduled time to send the written notification e-mail to the recipient, and the written notification mail transmitting unit may transmit the written notification e-mail at the scheduled time. A scheduled transmission time reception unit for receiving a scheduled time for sending a notification mail to the recipient, and an e-mail with a content indicating that the scheduled time is approaching a predetermined time before the scheduled time. You may make it have a schedule notification mail transmission part transmitted to an e-mail address.
[0013]
In order to achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to a fifth aspect of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of miscellaneous notes that are connected to a line and edited by a plurality of users. An edit accepting unit that accepts edit content via a line, an edit unit that edits the message based on the edit content, a recipient information accepting unit that accepts an e-mail address of a recipient who receives the message via a line, and a message And an extraordinary transmission section that transmits an e-mail including the address to the e-mail address of the recipient. A scheduled transmission time reception unit that receives a scheduled time at which the written message is transmitted to the recipient may be further provided, and the written message transmitting unit may transmit the written message at the scheduled time. In addition, a scheduled transmission time reception unit that receives a scheduled time to send a message to the recipient, and an e-mail with a content indicating that the scheduled time is approaching a predetermined time before the scheduled time You may make it have a schedule notification mail transmission part transmitted to an address.
[0014]
To achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to a sixth aspect of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of miscellaneous notes that are connected to a line and edited by a plurality of users. An output form information receiving unit that receives output form information that identifies an output form based on the miscellaneous writing, a candidate detection unit that detects an arrangement candidate related to the arrangement in the misprint based on the misprint based on the output form information, and the detected arrangement And an arrangement candidate transmitting unit that transmits the candidate via a line.
[0015]
In order to achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to a seventh aspect of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of miscellaneous notes that are connected to a line and edited by a plurality of users. An originating user reception unit that accepts user information that identifies the originating user who initiated the edit, a planned user reception unit that accepts user information that identifies users who should participate in the editing of the message, and a recipient of the message A receiving user receiving unit that receives user information that identifies a user, a user information that identifies an originating user, a user information that identifies a user who should participate, and a recipient user User information for identifying a user who wants to detect a related message, and a message management storage unit that associates and stores user information to be identified and message specific information to identify a message. And having a responsible user acceptance unit that accepts, and associated group efforts detector for detecting the group efforts specific information associated with the user information received.
[0016]
In order to achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to an eighth aspect of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of miscellaneous notes that are connected to a line and edited by a plurality of users. The originating user accepting unit that accepts the e-mail address of the originating user who initiated the editing, the planned user accepting unit that accepts the e-mail address of the user who should participate in the editing of the message, and the e-mail address of the originating user An email address of a user who should participate, and a special note management storage unit for storing the special note specific information for specifying the special note, a special note specification receiving unit for receiving the special note specific information for specifying a predetermined special note, and a reception The email address of the originating user or the user who should participate in editing And having a participating user address detector for detecting one even without.
[0017]
In order to achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to a ninth aspect of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of miscellaneous notes that are connected to a line and edited by a plurality of users. User information for identifying a user who should participate in editing, a planned user storage unit for storing the user's e-mail address, user information for identifying a user who edits a message from the line, and An edit acceptance unit that accepts edits for a message from the line, an edit unit that edits a message based on the edit content, a deletion instruction accepting unit that receives an instruction for an edit content to be deleted, and an edit content to be deleted And an e-mail with contents indicating that the edited contents are deleted to the e-mail address of the user who has edited the edited contents to be deleted. And having a deletion mail transmitting unit that transmits Le.
[0018]
In order to achieve the above object, a miscellaneous note management apparatus according to a tenth aspect of the present invention is a miscellaneous note management apparatus that manages editing of misprints that are connected to a line and are given to a predetermined recipient. An edit accepting unit that accepts edit content via a line, an edit unit that edits a margin based on the edit content, and product specifying information that identifies each of a plurality of products that are candidates for delivery to the recipient is transmitted via the line. A product candidate sending unit, a product selection receiving unit that receives a selection instruction of product specifying information for specifying a product to be delivered to the recipient from the product specifying information, and a product specifying information received by the product selection receiving unit And a selection status transmission unit that transmits a status related to the selection instruction to a predetermined user via a line.
[0019]
In order to achieve the above-described object, the overwriting management method according to the eleventh aspect of the present invention is a overwriting management method for managing editing of overwriting edited by a plurality of users, and should participate in editing of overwriting. A scheduled user storage step for storing user information for identifying a user, user information for identifying a user who edits a message, and an edit reception step for receiving edit contents for the message via a line; Detect progress information on the progress of editing of a margin based on the editing step for editing the margin based on the editing content, the user information stored in the scheduled user storage step, and the user information received in the editing reception step. And a progress information transmitting step for transmitting the progress information to the line.
[0020]
In order to achieve the above object, a product presentation support apparatus according to a twelfth aspect of the present invention is a product presentation support apparatus that supports the presentation of a product that is connected to a line and is delivered to a predetermined recipient. A product candidate transmitter that transmits product identification information for identifying each of a plurality of products that are candidates for delivery to the customer, and an instruction to select product identification information that identifies a product to be delivered to the recipient from the product identification information A product selection receiving unit that receives the status of the product specifying information received by the product selection receiving unit, and a selection status transmission unit that transmits a status related to the selection instruction of the product specific information to a predetermined user via the line. To do.
[0021]
In order to achieve the above object, a product presentation support method according to a thirteenth aspect of the present invention is a product presentation support method that supports the presentation of products to be delivered to a predetermined recipient, and is a candidate to be delivered to the recipient. A product candidate sending step for sending product specifying information for specifying each of a plurality of products via a line, and a selection instruction for product specifying information for specifying a product to be delivered to a recipient from the product specifying information via the line The product selection receiving step for receiving and the selection status transmitting step for transmitting the status related to the selection instruction of the product specifying information received to the predetermined user through the line in the product selection receiving step.
[0022]
In order to achieve the above object, a date management device according to a fourteenth aspect of the present invention is a date management device that is connected to a line and manages a date related to a second user desired by a first user, A first user storage unit that stores an e-mail address of the first user, user information that specifies the second user, and a second user date storage unit that stores a predetermined date related to the second user A date management unit that manages the current date, a target date output unit that detects a predetermined date related to the second user that is after the current date and within a predetermined number of days from the current date, and a first usage A date notification e-mail transmission unit that transmits user information specifying a second user associated with a date to the e-mail address of the user.
The above summary of the invention does not enumerate all necessary features of the present invention, and sub-combinations of these feature groups can also be the invention.
[0023]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
Hereinafter, the present invention will be described through embodiments of the invention. However, the following embodiments do not limit the invention according to the claims, and all combinations of features described in the embodiments are included. It is not necessarily essential for the solution of the invention.
FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram of a processing network system including a server as an example of a group management device, a product gifting support device, and a date management device according to an embodiment of the present invention. The processing network system includes a server 10 as an example of a group management device, a product gift support device, and a date management device, and a plurality of terminals 30. The server 10 and the terminal 30 are connected via the Internet 20 as an example of a line.
[0024]
In the present embodiment, a computer (PC: Personal computer) capable of executing a browser such as Internet Explorer (trademark) or Netscape Communicator (trademark) as the terminal 30 and capable of executing software capable of receiving electronic mail. ) Is used. The terminal 30 is not limited to this, and may be a web TV (Television) or a game machine. In short, the terminal 30 only needs to have an environment that can be connected to the Internet 20.
[0025]
FIG. 2 is a configuration diagram of a server according to an embodiment of the present invention. The server 10 includes a message database 100, a user database 102, a message participant database 104, an illustration master 106, a gift master 108, a gift database 110, a gift candidate database 112, a print database 114, and a thank-you gift database. 116, a thank-you gift destination database 118, an address database 120, a life event database 122, a reception unit 130, a transmission unit 132, a mail transmission unit 134, a processing unit 136, and a storage unit 138.
[0026]
FIG. 3 is a diagram showing a configuration of the miscellaneous writing database according to one embodiment of the present invention. The message database 100 includes a message No field, an originator No field, a recipient name field, a recipient Email field, a recipient password field, a note type field, a title field, an illustration No field, and a background color field. A character color field, a marginal lead field, a related URL field, a URL comment field, a deadline date field, a participant OPEN field, a progress mail field, an ML creation field, an output form field, and a participant. It has a password field and a scheduled transmission date field.
[0027]
The overwriting number field stores a overwriting number as an example of overwriting specifying information for specifying overwriting. The originator No field stores an originator number that identifies a user (founder) who has started a message. The recipient name field stores the name of the user who is the recipient of the message. The recipient Email field stores an e-mail address (Email address) as an example of user specifying information for specifying the recipient. The recipient password field stores the recipient's password when performing processing related to the writing. The message type field stores the type of message.Examples of the type of message include “marriage” and “farewell”.
[0028]
The title field stores the title in the overwriting. The illustration number field stores an illustration number to be included in the writing. The background color field stores background color information that defines the background color of the overwriting. The character color field stores character color information that defines the color of the written characters. The miscellaneous writing lead field stores a predescription for miscellaneous writing. The related URL field stores the URL (uniform resource locator) of the related home page. The URL comment field stores a comment for the URL. The deadline date field stores the deadline date of editing (edit deadline).
[0029]
The participant OPEN field stores editing approval / disapproval information as to whether or not editing with respect to the overwriting is freely allowed. If the participant OPEN field is “open”, any user is allowed to edit the message, and if the participant OPEN field is “close”, the user registered to the initiator to edit the message. Only admit to. The progress mail field stores information as to whether or not progress information related to progress is sent by e-mail each time there is an edit to a message. The ML creation field stores information on whether or not to create a mailing list of the initiator and the participant. The output form field stores information for specifying the output form of the group writing. The participant password field stores a password when the participant edits the message. The scheduled transmission date field stores a scheduled date as an example of a scheduled time point at which an e-mail notifying that a recipient has a message (a message for notification of a message writing) is transmitted.
[0030]
FIG. 4 is a diagram showing the configuration of the user database according to the embodiment of the present invention. The user database 102 includes a user number field, a name field, an email field, a password field, a reminder question field, and a reminder answer field.
The user number field stores a user number that identifies a user (first user). The name field stores the name of the user. The Email field stores the user's email address. The password field stores a password for using a page (Mypage) for managing a miscellaneous note that has occurred and managing a user's address book. The reminder question field stores a question to be performed when the user is authenticated when the password is forgotten. The reminder answer field stores an answer to the question.
[0031]
FIG. 5 is a diagram showing a configuration of the group participant participant database according to one embodiment of the present invention. Each record of the message participant database 104 includes a message number field, a branch number field, a participant name field, a participant email field, a message field, a participant type field, and a deletion field.AndHave The overwriting number field stores the overwriting number and the overwriting number. The branch number field stores a branch number in the same miscellaneous writing. The participant name field stores the name of a user (participant) who should participate in editing in the message. The participant Email field stores the email address of the participant. The message field stores a message (writing) of editing contents in the group writing. The participant type field stores the type of whether the participant is the user who set the participation by the originator or the participant added later. The deletion flag field stores a flag indicating whether or not to delete the message in the message field from the writing.
[0032]
FIG. 6 is a diagram showing the configuration of the handwritten illustration master database according to one embodiment of the present invention. Each record in the illustration master database 106 has an illustration No field, a genre field, an illustration title field, and an image field. The illustration number field stores an illustration number for specifying an illustration to be included in the miscellaneous writing. The illustration genre field stores the genre to which the illustration belongs. The illustration title field stores the title of the illustration. The image field stores the file name of the image.
[0033]
FIG. 7 is a diagram showing a configuration of the overwritten gift master database according to one embodiment of the present invention. Each record of the gift master database 108 includes a gift No field, a genre field, a product category field, a product name field, a price field, an image field, and a detail field. The gift number field stores a gift number that identifies a gift. The genre field stores the genre to which the gift belongs. The product category field stores the type to which the product belongs. The product name field stores the product name. The price field stores the price of the product. The image field stores the file name of the image indicating the product. The detailed field stores detailed contents regarding the product.
[0034]
FIG. 8 is a diagram showing a configuration of the gift gift database according to one embodiment of the present invention. Each record of the gift database 110 includes a message number field, a gift presence / absence field, a gift number field, a gift recipient name field, a gift recipient address field, a gift recipient TEL field, a card type field, and a card. It has a No field and a card expiration date field.
[0035]
The overwriting number field stores the overwriting number of the corresponding overwriting. The gift presence / absence field stores information indicating whether or not there is a gift. The gift number field stores a gift number to be given to the recipient. The gift recipient name field stores the name of the gift recipient. The gift recipient address field stores the address of the gift recipient. The gift recipient TEL field stores the telephone number of the gift recipient. The card type field stores the type of credit card used for gift payment. The card No field stores the credit card number. The card expiration date field stores the expiration date of the credit card.
[0036]
FIG. 9 is a diagram showing a configuration of a group gift gift candidate database according to an embodiment of the present invention. Each record of the gift candidate database 112 has a margin No field, a gift No field, and a vote number field. The overwriting number field stores the overwriting number of the corresponding overwriting. The gift number field stores a gift number of a candidate gift. The number of votes field stores the number of votes for the gift.
[0037]
FIG. 10 is a diagram showing a configuration of the misprint printing database according to the embodiment of the present invention. Each record of the print database 114 has a writing No field, a print image field, a recipient address field, a recipient TEL field, a card type field, a card No field, and a card expiration date field. The overwriting number field stores the overwriting number of the corresponding overwriting. The print image field stores a file name of an image indicating the print image of the associated writing. The recipient address field stores the address of the recipient of the printed material. The recipient TEL field stores the recipient's telephone number. The card type field stores the type of credit card used for payment. The card No field stores the credit card number. The card expiration date field stores the expiration date of the credit card.
[0038]
FIG. 11 is a diagram showing a configuration of a thank-you gift database according to an embodiment of the present invention. Each record of the thank-you gift database 116 has a margin No field, a gift No field, a card type field, a card No field, and a card expiration date field. The overwriting number field stores the number of the corresponding overwriting. The gift number field stores the gift number of the gift to be returned as a thank-you. The card type field stores the type of credit card used for payment. The card No field stores the credit card number. The card expiration date field stores the expiration date of the credit card.
[0039]
FIG. 12 is a diagram showing a configuration of a thank-you gift destination database according to an embodiment of the present invention. Each record in the thank-you gift destination database 118 has a margin number field, a branch number field, a destination name field, a destination address field, and a destination TEL field. The overwriting number field stores the overwriting number of the corresponding overwriting. The branch number field stores a branch number in the same collation. The destination name field stores the name of the destination user. The destination address field stores the address of the user who is the destination. The destination TEL field stores the telephone number of the destination user.
[0040]
FIG. 13 is a diagram showing the configuration of the write address database according to one embodiment of the present invention. Each record of the address database 120 has an address No field, a user No field, a branch number field, a name field, an Email field, an address field, and a TEL field. The address No field stores an address number in the address database. The user number field stores a user number in a user database of a user who uses the address database. The branch number field stores the branch number of the records corresponding to the same user. The name field stores the name of the management target user (second user) that the user using the database desires to manage. The Email field stores the email address of the user to be managed. The address field stores the address of the management target user. The TEL field stores the telephone number of the management target user.
[0041]
FIG. 14 is a diagram showing a configuration of a life event database according to an embodiment of the present invention. Each record of the life event database 122 has an address No field, a branch number field, an event name field, an event date field, and a prior notification field. The address No field stores the address number of the corresponding address database 120. The branch number field stores branch numbers at the same address number. The event name field stores the name of the event. The event date field stores the date of the event. The prior notification field stores information indicating whether prior notification is performed at a predetermined time before the date of the event.
[0042]
Returning to FIG. 2, the receiving unit 130 receives various information from the terminal 30 via the Internet 20. For example, the receiving unit 130 receives user information, for example, an e-mail address, that identifies a user who has started editing a message. In addition, the receiving unit 130 accepts the editing deadline of the writing and the type of the writing. In addition, the receiving unit 130 receives user information, for example, an e-mail address, that identifies a user who should participate in the editing of the message. In addition, the receiving unit 130 receives user information that identifies a user who is permitted to add user information that identifies a user who should participate in the editing of a message.
[0043]
In addition, the receiving unit 130 receives user information that identifies a user who is a recipient of a written message, for example, an e-mail address. In addition, the receiving unit 130 receives a scheduled time point at which the notification email is sent to the recipient. In addition, the receiving unit 130 receives output form information that specifies the output form of the writing based on the writing. In addition, the receiving unit 130 receives the edited content of the request content to be included in the e-mail addressed to the participant who should participate.
[0044]
In addition, the receiving unit 130 accepts editing content for the overwriting. In the present embodiment, user information for identifying a user who performs the editing is received together with the editing content. In addition, the receiving unit 130 accepts addition of user information that identifies a user who should participate in the editing of the message. In addition, the receiving unit 130 receives user information that identifies a user who desires to detect a related message.
[0045]
In addition, the receiving unit 130 receives the message specifying information for specifying the message. In addition, the receiving unit 130 accepts an instruction for editing content to be deleted from the overwriting. The receiving unit 130 receives an instruction to select product specifying information that specifies a product to be delivered to the recipient from the product specifying information.
[0046]
The transmission unit 132 transmits various information to the terminal 30 or the like via the Internet 20. For example, the transmission unit 132 transmits various pages. In addition, the transmission unit 132 transmits a misprint. In addition, the transmission unit 132 transmits progress information. Moreover, the transmission part 132 transmits the arrangement | positioning candidate regarding the arrangement | positioning in overwriting. Further, the transmission unit 132 transmits product specifying information for specifying each of a plurality of products that are candidates for delivery to the recipient. Moreover, the transmission part 132 transmits the condition regarding the selection instruction | indication of goods specific information.
[0047]
The mail transmission unit 134 transmits various electronic mails via the Internet 20. The mail transmission unit 134 transmits arrival information and request contents for reaching the message to the electronic mail address of the user who should participate in editing the message. Further, the e-mail transmission unit 134 transmits the progress information to the e-mail address of the originator. Moreover, the mail transmission part 134 transmits the electronic mail containing the prompting content which prompts editing.
[0048]
In addition, the mail transmission unit 134 transmits a mail for notifying a mail including a content indicating that there is a mail to the recipient and arrival information for reaching the mail to the recipient's e-mail address. In addition, the mail transmission unit 134 transmits an e-mail having a content indicating that it is approaching a scheduled time to an e-mail address of a predetermined user. An e-mail having contents indicating that the edited contents have been deleted is transmitted to the e-mail address of the user who has edited the edited contents to be deleted.
[0049]
The processing unit 136 includes a detection processing unit 136a, a registration processing unit 136b, a management processing unit 16c, and a page processing unit 136d. The detection processing unit 136a detects progress information related to the progress of editing of the marginal writing. In the present embodiment, the detection processing unit 136a detects progress information including user information that identifies a user who is not editing a note among users who should participate in the editing of a note. Based on the output form information, the detection processing unit 136a detects, from the storage unit 138, placement candidates related to the placement in the draft that is output based on the draft. The detection processing unit 136a detects the handwriting specifying information associated with the user information. In addition, the detection processing unit 136a detects at least one of the e-mail address of the initiator or the participant that is associated with the special note specific information. In addition, the detection processing unit 136a detects user information associated with a predetermined date related to a user after the current date and within a predetermined number of days from the current date.
[0050]
The registration processing unit 136b registers various information in the databases 100 to 122. For example, the registration processing unit 136b registers in the database the edited content for the miscellaneous writing accepted by the receiving unit 130. In addition, the registration processing unit 136b deletes the edit contents to be deleted from the writing. The management processing unit 136c generates a request content for requesting editing of the message based on the type of the message. In addition, the management processing unit 136c causes the mail transmission unit 134 to transmit an e-mail to a predetermined destination. Further, the management processing unit 136c manages the current date. The page processing unit 136d generates a page based on the data in the databases 100 to 122. The page processing unit 136d causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the page stored in the storage unit 138 or the generated page. The storage unit 138 stores various pages.
[0051]
Here, in the present embodiment, the edit reception unit, the occurrence information reception unit, the edit deadline reception unit, the scheduled user reception unit, the additional user reception unit, the edit approval / disapproval reception unit, the occurrence reception unit, and the request as described in the claims Content editing reception unit, editing deadline reception unit, recipient information reception unit, scheduled transmission time reception unit, output form information reception unit, origination user reception unit, receiving user reception unit, participating user reception unit, and special note specific reception unit The deletion instruction receiving unit and the product selection receiving unit are mainly configured by the receiving unit 130.
[0052]
Further, the progress information transmission unit, the edit request transmission unit, the arrangement candidate transmission unit, the product candidate transmission unit, and the selection status transmission unit referred to in the claims are mainly configured by the transmission unit 132, and are referred to in the claims. The edit request transmission unit, the progress information transmission unit, the reminder mail transmission unit, the written notification mail transmission unit, the schedule notification mail transmission unit, and the date notification mail transmission unit are mainly configured by the mail transmission unit 134.
[0053]
In addition, the scheduled user storage unit referred to in the claims is mainly configured by the marginalized participant database 104, and the occurrence information storage unit referred to in the claims is mainly configured by the user database 102. The group management management unit referred to as a range is mainly configured by a group database, a user database, a group participant database, an address database, and a life event database, and the first user storage unit referred to in the claims is a user database 102. The second user date management unit referred to in the claims includes a thank-you gift destination database 118 and a life event database 122.
[0054]
In addition, the unedited user detection unit, the related message detection unit, the participating user address detection unit, the user information detection unit, the progress information detection unit, and the target date detection unit referred to in the claims are mainly detection processing units. 136a. Further, the editing unit and the deletion unit referred to in the claims are mainly configured by a registration processing unit 136b. Further, the request content generation unit and the date management unit referred to in the claims are mainly configured by a management processing unit 136c.
[0055]
FIG. 15 is a hardware configuration diagram of a server according to an embodiment of the present invention. The server 10 includes a central processing unit (CPU) 150, a random access memory (RAM) 154, a read only memory (ROM) 152, a communication I / F (interface) 156, a display 158, an input device 160, It has a hard disk device 162, an FD (floppy disk) drive 164, and a CD-ROM (compact disk ROM) drive 166.
[0056]
The CPU 150 performs processing based on programs stored in the RAM 154 and the ROM 152. The communication I / F 156 mediates data exchange with the Internet 20. The display 158 displays various information. The input device 160 inputs settings for the server 10 and the like. The FD drive 164 reads data or a program from the floppy disk 168 and passes it to the CPU 150. The CD-ROM drive 166 reads data or a program from the CD-ROM 170 and passes it to the CPU 150. The hard disk 162 stores data or a program read by the FD drive 164 or the CD-ROM drive 166 and data created by the CPU 150 executing the program, and reads the stored data or program to the CPU 150. hand over.
[0057]
In the present embodiment, the function is read by reading the program from the CD-ROM 170 having the program for configuring the function and installing it on the hard disk 162, reading the program from the hard disk 162, and executing it by the CPU 150. Is realized.
[0058]
Next, the operation in the processing network system according to the embodiment of the present invention will be described.
FIG. 16 is a sequence diagram of main processing according to one embodiment of the present invention. In the processing network system, when a request for the top page is transmitted from the terminal 30 (step S100), the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the request for the top page, and the page processing unit 136d receives the top page from the storage unit 138. It is taken out and transmitted to the terminal 30 (step S102). The terminal 30 displays the top page 200 shown in FIG. The top page 200 is a type selection area 200a that receives a selection input of the type of the message to be edited by the user of the terminal 30 and transmits the selection input to the server 10, and a My Page that manages the address book of the user of the terminal 30 There is a My Page button 200b that receives a request to display (MyPage) from the user and transmits it to the server 10, and a management page button 200c that receives a request to display a management page for managing miscellaneous writing and transmits it to the server 10. .
[0059]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S104), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. The processing unit 136 performs a group writing start process (step S108) when the input is a type of writing, and performs a management process (step S110) when the input is a management page request. If it is an input, My Page processing is performed (step S112).
[0060]
FIG. 18 and FIG. 19 are sequence diagrams of the group writing generation process (step S108) according to one embodiment of the present invention. A and B in FIG. 18 are assumed to follow A and B in FIG. 19, respectively. First, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the registration password input page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S200). The terminal 30 displays a registration password input page 202 shown in FIG. The registered password input page 202 includes an e-mail input area 202a for receiving an input of an e-mail address (e-mail address), a password input area 202b for receiving a password, a name input area 202c for receiving an input of an initiator name, and an initiator An e-mail address input area 202d, a password input area 202e for accepting password registration input, a reminder question input area 202f for accepting a reminder question when the password is forgotten, and a reminder answer input area for accepting an answer to the reminder question 202g and an OK button 202h that accepts transmission of input contents.
[0061]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S202), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 136c of the processing unit 136 detects whether or not it is the first time (step S204). Here, if the e-mail and password are entered, it is detected that it is not the first time, and if the name of the founder, the founder e-mail, password registration, reminder question, and reminder answer are entered, the first time Detect that there is.
[0062]
When it is detected that it is the first time, the registration processing unit 136a registers the name of the originator, the originator e-mail, the password registration, the reminder question, and the reminder answer that are input to the user database 102 (step S206). On the other hand, if it is not the first time, it is detected whether or not the e-mail and password input by the search processing unit 136a are registered (step S208). As a result, if not registered, the steps from step S200 are executed again.
[0063]
When newly registered or already registered in the user database 102, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the basic information input page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S210). The terminal 30 displays the basic information input page shown in FIG. The basic information input page 204 includes a recipient name input area 204a that accepts input of the name of the recipient of the message, a recipient e-mail input area 204b that accepts input of the email address of the message recipient, and a title of the message And an illustration selection input area 204d for receiving a file name of an illustration created by a user to be included or included in the margin.
[0064]
The basic information input page 204 also includes a background color selection area 204e that accepts selection of a background color for overwriting, a character color selection area 204f that accepts selection of a text color for overwriting, and a miscellaneous lead that accepts a preface (lead) of overwriting. An input area 204g, a related URL input area 204h for receiving an input of a URL related to a message, a URL comment input area 204i for receiving a comment related to the URL, and a request for displaying a previously registered address. And a registered address display button 204j.
[0065]
In addition, the basic information input page 204 includes a participant address input area 204k that accepts input of an e-mail address of a user (participant) who should participate in the message, and a deadline date input area that accepts input of the deadline date for editing the message. 204l, an edit acceptance / rejection selection area 204m for accepting selection of edit acceptance / rejection information, a progress mail necessity / non-necessity selection area 204n for inputting necessity / unnecessity of a progress report, and a list (mailing list) of e-mail addresses of the initiator and the participant A mailing list creation selection area 204o that accepts whether or not to create, an output form input area 204p that accepts the selection of the output form of the other than the WEB, and an OK button 204q that accepts transmission of the contents input to each input area Have.
[0066]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S212). Here, when the user inputs an image name in the illustration selection input area 204d, the corresponding image file is also transmitted to the server 10. Thereafter, the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the input content is a request for displaying an address registered in the past (step S214). As a result, in the case of a request to display an address registered in the past, the e-mail address of the participant in the message that the detection processing unit 136a has started is based on the message database, the user database, and the message participant database. To detect. Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a handwritten unit address page including the electronic mail address, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S216). The terminal 30 displays the handwritten unit address page 206 shown in FIG. The mail address unit address page 206 includes e-mail address display areas 206a and 206b for displaying selectable e-mail addresses of participants who participate in each mail message, and an address sort button for transmitting a request for sorting the e-mail addresses by address. 206c and an OK button 206d that accepts a request to send an e-mail address selection. Thereby, the e-mail address of the participant can be easily selected.
[0067]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S218), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 136c detects whether it is a request for sorting email addresses (step S220). As a result, if it is a request for sorting email addresses, the page processing unit 136d sorts the email addresses to generate a corresponding address page, and the corresponding address page is transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 ( Step S222). The terminal 30 displays the corresponding address page 208 shown in FIG. The corresponding address page 208 includes an email address display area 208a for selectively displaying the email addresses of participants who participated in each sort, a sort sort button 208b for sending a request for sorting the email addresses for each sort, And an OK button 208c for accepting a request to send an e-mail address selection. Thereby, the e-mail address of the participant can be easily selected.
[0068]
On the other hand, if the input content transmitted from the terminal is not a request for displaying an address registered in the past, or if it is not a request for sorting email addresses, the registration processing unit 136b stores the input content in a database ( Step S224). In other words, the registration processing unit 136b creates a new record in the collated database 100 and includes it in the input contents, the name of the collaborative recipient, the email address of the collated recipient, the title of the collated, and the selected collated text. Illustration, selected background color of selected text, selected color of selected text, lead of margin, URL related to margin, comment on URL, deadline for editing of margin, selected edit approval / disapproval information, progress mail of margin No. is necessary, whether to create a mailing list, and the output format of the selected mail order are stored in the corresponding fields of the record.
[0069]
Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the printed material is selected as the output form in the input contents at the terminal 30 (step S226). If the printed material is selected, the page processing unit 136d stores the storage unit. The destination registration page is taken out from 138 and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S228). The terminal 30 displays a destination registration page 210 shown in FIG. The destination registration page 210 accepts selection of a recipient address input area 210a that accepts input of the recipient's address, recipient telephone number 210b that accepts input of the recipient's phone number, and the type of credit card for payment. A card type selection area 210c, a card number input area 210d for accepting input of a credit card number, an expiration date entry area 210e for accepting an input of an expiration date of a credit card, and transmission of contents inputted in each input area are accepted. And an OK button 210f.
[0070]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 210f, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S230), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136b registers the input content in the print database 114. That is, the registration processing unit 136b creates a new record in the print database 114, registers the correspondence number in the correspondence number field, and also receives the recipient's address, recipient's telephone number, credit card type, and credit card type. The input of the number and the expiration date of the credit card is stored in the corresponding field of the record.
[0071]
When the above step S230 is completed, or when a printed matter is not selected as the output form, the page processing unit 136d inputs the name of the collaborative recipient and the email address of the collaborative recipient entered by the user. , The title of the message, the illustration to be included in the selected message, the background color of the selected message, the text color of the selected message, the message, the URL related to the message, the URL related to the message, the comment about the URL, the date for editing the message, A registration content confirmation page is generated having the selected edit approval / rejection information, the necessity of a mail for progress of notification, whether or not to create a mailing list, the output form of the selected mail for writing, the destination of the printed matter, etc. Is transmitted to the terminal 30 (step S232). The terminal 30 displays a registration content confirmation page 212 shown in FIG. The registered content confirmation page 212 has the above-described content input by the user and an OK button 212a for accepting confirmation of the content.
[0072]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 212a, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S234), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S236). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 214 shown in FIG. The completion notification page 214 has a display of “completion page completed”, and has a gift present button 214a that accepts gifts and a gift non-present button 214b that accepts gifts.
[0073]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content from the user to the server 10 (step S238), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 13c detects whether the input content is whether or not to give a gift (step S240). If the management processing unit 13c detects that the gift is to be given, the management processing unit 13c performs gift candidate processing (step S242). Do.
[0074]
If you detect that you ’re not giving gifts, or if you ’ve completed the gift candidate process,
The management processing unit 136c generates the content of an e-mail requesting the participant to participate in a postscript (step S244). In the present embodiment, the management processing unit 136c generates the request content in the mail based on at least one of the name of the founder, the type of the message, the presence / absence of the gift, the output form, the presence / absence of the mailing list, and the approval / disapproval of the message. To do. Further, in the present embodiment, the contents of the e-mail include the URL (arrival information) of the page for reaching the page on which the editing of the message is edited, the password to be entered by the participant when editing the message, and the editing deadline date There is. In this embodiment, the password to be entered by the participant when editing the message is different from the password of the initiator.
[0075]
Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a call mail edit page having the request content generated by the management processing unit 136c, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S246). The terminal 30 displays a call mail edit page 216 shown in FIG. The call mail edit page 216 displays an address display area 216a for displaying the e-mail address of the participant who sends the mail, and a request content display edit area 216b for displaying the contents of the request to the participant and accepting the edit contents from the user. And an OK button 216c that accepts transmission of the content input in each input area.
[0076]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content from the user to the server 10 (step S248), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. If the input content includes content for editing the mail content, the management processing unit 136c edits the request content based on the content to be edited (steps S250 and S252). Next, the management processing unit 136c causes the e-mail transmission unit 134 to transmit an e-mail having the requested content to the e-mail address of the participant (step S254). In the present embodiment, the sender of the electronic mail is the initiator. In the present embodiment, the e-mail has contents such as a URL of a page for reaching a page on which the editing of the message is edited, a password to be input by the participant when editing the message, and an editing deadline date. As a result, it is possible to easily and appropriately request the participant to edit the writing.
[0077]
The page processing unit 136d generates a collation based on the data in the collation database 100. In the present embodiment, the title, background color, character color, and margin lead of the margin are reflected in the margin. Next, the page processing unit 136d causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit a writing page having the miscellaneous writing to the terminal 30 (step S256). The terminal 30 displays a writing page 218 shown in FIG. The writing page 218 includes, in addition to the display area for displaying the title of the writing, the illustration, and the writing lead, an entry field 218a for receiving editing contents for the writing, and an OK button 218b for receiving transmission of the contents input in each input area. Have
[0078]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 212a, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S258), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d generates a writing confirmation page for confirming the editing content based on the editing content for the miscellaneous writing in the received input content, and causes the transmitting unit 132 to transmit the page to the terminal 30 (step S260). The terminal 30 displays a write confirmation page 220 shown in FIG. The writing confirmation page 220 has an area for displaying contents edited by the user, and an OK button 220a for accepting confirmation of the contents.
[0079]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 220a, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S262), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136b registers the editing content input by the user in the message field of the record associated with the originator of the registered participant database 104 (step S264). As a result, the margin is edited. Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S266). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 222 having the content “Thank you for writing!” Shown in FIG.
[0080]
FIG. 31 is a sequence diagram of gift candidate processing (step S242) according to one embodiment of the present invention. First, the page processing unit 136d retrieves a gift search condition setting page for setting a gift search condition from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S300). The terminal 30 displays a gift search condition setting page 300 shown in FIG. The gift search condition setting page 300 includes a gift budget input area 300a for inputting a gift budget, a use purpose selection area 300b for selecting a gift purpose, a desired product category selection area 300c for selecting a desired gift category, And an OK button 300d for accepting transmission of the content input in each input area.
[0081]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 300d, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S302), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The detection processing unit 136a detects a gift that matches the search condition included in the input content from the gift master database 108 (step S304). Next, a search result / candidate selection page including a gift detected by the page processing unit 136d is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S306). The terminal 30 displays a search result / candidate selection page 302 shown in FIG. The search result / candidate selection page 302 includes a gift selection area 302a for displaying gift specifying information for specifying a gift so as to be selectable, and an OK button 302b for receiving transmission of the input content.
[0082]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 302b, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S308), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d creates a selection candidate list page including gift specifying information for specifying the selected gift included in the input content, and causes the transmitting unit 132 to transmit the selection candidate list page (step S310). The terminal 30 displays a selection candidate list page 304 shown in FIG. The selection candidate list page 304 includes a gift display area 304a for displaying information for specifying a gift and a gift image, and an OK button 304b for accepting confirmation of the contents.
[0083]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 304b, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S312), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136b registers information specifying the already selected gift in the gift candidate database 112. Further, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the card information registration page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S314). The terminal 30 displays a card information registration page 306 shown in FIG. The card information registration page 306 includes a card type selection area 306a that accepts selection of the type of credit card to be paid, a card number input area 306b that accepts input of a credit card number, and a valid that accepts input of an expiration date of the credit card. It has a time limit input area 306c and an OK button 306d that accepts transmission of the contents input in each input area.
[0084]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 306d, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S316), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. A card information confirmation page for confirming the input card information is generated based on the input content received by the page processing unit 136d, and the card information confirmation page is transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S318). The terminal 30 displays a card information confirmation page 308 shown in FIG. The card information confirmation page 308 has a display area for displaying the type, number, and expiration date of the input credit card, and an OK button 308a for accepting confirmation of the contents.
[0085]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 306d, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S320), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the registration processing unit 136b registers the type, number, and expiration date of the credit card already input in the gift database 110 (step S322).
[0086]
FIG. 37 is a sequence diagram of participant writing processing according to an embodiment of the present invention. When the terminal 30 receives the input of the URL of the arrival page for reaching the edit page of the special notice notified by e-mail from the user, the terminal 30 transmits a transmission request for the arrival page of the URL to the server 10 (step S400). The ten receiving units 130 receive the request for the arrival page and pass it to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d retrieves the arrival page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S402). The terminal 30 displays the arrival page 400 shown in FIG. The arrival page 400 includes an e-mail input area 400a for inputting the e-mail address of the participant, a password input area 400b for inputting a password to be input by the participant when editing the message, and the contents input in each input area. And an OK button 400c that accepts transmission.
[0087]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 400c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S404), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the detection processing unit 136a performs an authentication process based on the input content (step S406). In the present embodiment, when the edit approval / disapproval information associated with the message reaching from the page is “open”, the detection processing unit 136a has the same password as the password for the participant of the message. If the edit approval / disapproval information is “close”, the password of the input content is the same as the password for the participant of the message and the email address of the input is the participation of the message Authentication is performed when stored in the registered participant database 104 as a user. Thereby, for example, it is possible to appropriately perform editing of the marginal writing only to the participants.
[0088]
As a result, if the authentication is not successful, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the rejection page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S408). The terminal 30 displays a rejection page 402 having content for rejecting editing to the message shown in FIG. On the other hand, if authenticated, the page processing unit 136d takes out the written page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S410). The terminal 30 displays a writing page 404 shown in FIG. The writing page 404 includes a name input area 404a for accepting input of the participant's name, an edit content accepting area 404b for accepting input of edit contents of a written message, an OK button 404c for accepting transmission of the entered contents, It has a participant list button 404d that accepts a request to display a list of e-mail addresses, and a display area that displays everyone's messages.
[0089]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S412), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Then, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the input content is a request for displaying a list of the e-mail addresses of the participants (step S414). As a result, when it is a request to display a list of the participant's email addresses, the detection processing unit 136a detects the participant's email address from the handwritten participant database 104, and the page processing unit 136d is detected. A participant address page having a list of participant e-mail addresses is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S416). The terminal 30 displays a participant address page 406 having a list of participant e-mail addresses shown in FIG.
[0090]
On the other hand, when the request is not a request for displaying a list of the e-mail addresses of the participants, that is, when the input content is the edited content of the writing, the page processing unit 136d generates a write confirmation page having the edited content and transmits it. The part 132 is transmitted to the terminal 30 (step S418). The terminal 30 displays a write confirmation page 408 shown in FIG. The writing confirmation page 408 has a display area for displaying the edited contents of the overwriting and an OK button 408a for accepting the confirmation of the contents.
[0091]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 408a, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S420), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136d detects whether or not the gift database 110 has a record associated with the margin by the detection processing unit 136a, and if there is no record associated with it, it is necessary to select a gift. On the other hand, if there is an associated record, it is necessary to select a gift, so a participant gift process is performed (step S424). Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S426). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 222 shown in FIG.
[0092]
After that, the detection processing unit 136a detects whether or not it is desired to send the progress information about the writing by e-mail based on the writing database 100 (step S428), and causes the progress information to be sent by e-mail. If the request is made, the detection processing unit 136a detects the email address of the starter of the correspondence, and the management processing unit 136c sends the progress information to the email address of the starter by the email transmission unit 134. (Step S430). In the present embodiment, information for identifying the participant who has input the edited contents of the written message is used as the progress information. As a result, it is possible to appropriately notify the initiator of the progress information of the writing.
[0093]
FIG. 43 is a sequence diagram of participant gift processing (step S424) according to one embodiment of the present invention. The detection processing unit 136a detects gift information specifying a gift associated with the message from the gift candidate database 107, and detects information related to the gift from the gift master database 108 based on the information. In the present embodiment, related information such as a gift image and price is detected. Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a voting page for voting a gift to be presented based on the gift information detected by the detection processing unit 136a, and transmits the voting page to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S500). . The terminal 30 displays a voting page 500 shown in FIG. The voting page 500 displays product specifying information for specifying a gift candidate, the price of the gift, the number of votes for the gift, etc., and a vote voting area 500a for receiving a vote (selection instruction), and a vote for receiving a request for sending a vote. It has a reception button 500b and another product selection button 500c for inputting a request for selecting another product.
[0094]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S502), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136d detects whether or not the input content is a gift vote (step S504). If it is not a vote, that is, if it is a request to select another product, the page processing unit 136d stores it. The gift search condition setting page is extracted from the unit 138 and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S506). The terminal 30 displays a gift search condition setting page 300 shown in FIG.
[0095]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 300d, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S508), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The detection processing unit 136a detects a gift that matches the search condition included in the input content from the gift master database 108, generates a search result / candidate selection page including the gift detected by the page processing unit 136d, and transmits the transmission unit 132. Is transmitted to the terminal 30 (step S510). The terminal 30 displays a search result / candidate selection page 302 shown in FIG.
[0096]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 302b, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S512), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d creates an addition candidate confirmation page including gift specifying information for specifying a gift to be added included in the input content, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the page to the terminal 30 (step S514). The terminal 30 displays an additional candidate confirmation page 502 shown in FIG. The addition candidate confirmation page 502 has an additional gift display area for displaying gift specifying information for specifying a gift to be added, and an OK button 502a for accepting confirmation of the contents.
[0097]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 502a, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S516), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. Information for specifying a gift to be added by the registration processing unit 136 b is registered in the gift candidate database 112.
[0098]
Next, the detection processing unit 136a detects gift information specifying a gift associated with the message from the gift candidate database 107, and detects information related to the gift from the gift master database 108 based on the information. In the present embodiment, related information such as a gift image and price is detected. Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a voting situation / voting page for voting a gift to be presented based on the gift information detected by the detection processing unit 136a, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the voting status / voting page ( Step S518). The terminal 30 displays a voting status / voting page 504 shown in FIG. The voting status / voting page 500 has a gift voting area 504a for displaying gift candidates and accepting votes, and a vote accepting button 504b for accepting a request to send a vote.
[0099]
Next, when the vote acceptance button 504a is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S520), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the page. The contents are received and passed to the processing unit 136. Thereafter, when a gift vote is received, the registration processing unit 136b counts the number of voted gifts and updates the number of votes in the gift candidate database 112 (step S522). Thereby, when giving a gift, an opinion of a participant can be reflected.
[0100]
FIG. 47 is a sequence diagram of management processing (step S110) according to one embodiment of the present invention. The page processing unit 136d of the server 10 retrieves the administrator password input page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S600). The terminal 30 displays an administrator password input page 600 shown in FIG. The administrator password input page 600 includes an e-mail input area 600a for inputting an e-mail address of the administrator (initiator in the present embodiment), a password input area 600b for inputting a password to be input by the administrator, and each input area. And an OK button 600c that accepts transmission of the content input to the.
[0101]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 600c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S602), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, when the detection processing unit 136a performs an authentication process based on the input content and the authentication is successful, it detects from the overwriting database 100 the overwriting created by the manager, that is, managed (step S604). ). Next, a created handwritten list page including information specifying the handwritten data detected by the page processing unit 136d is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmitting unit 132 (step S606). The terminal 30 displays a created postscript list page 602 shown in FIG. The created message list page 602 includes a message information display area 602a for displaying information specifying the message created by the administrator, and an OK button 602b for accepting transmission of the content input in the input area.
[0102]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 602b, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S608), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the management menu page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S610). The terminal 30 displays a management menu page 604 shown in FIG. The management menu page 604 includes a menu 1 status check button 604a that accepts a request to check the latest status of the text draft, a menu status 2 write status check button 604b that accepts a request to check the status, and a status 3 menu. A registration change button 604c for accepting a request for changing registration information relating to the above, a design edit button 604d for accepting a request to change the design of a draft of the menu 4, a delete button 604e for accepting a request to delete the contents of the draft of the menu 5, and a menu 6, a transmission request reception button 604 f for receiving a transmission request for a reminder mail, which is 6, and a special note transmission button 604 g for receiving a transmission request for a special posting, which is a menu 7.
[0103]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S612), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects the type of menu included in the input content. As a result, in the case of the menu 1, the page processing unit 136d generates a margin based on the margin database 100, the margin participant database 104, and the illustration master 106, and creates the latest status confirmation page having the margin. Then, the transmission unit 132 transmits the data to the terminal 30 (step S616). The terminal 30 displays the latest status confirmation page 606 shown in FIG. The latest status confirmation page 606 has a display area for displaying a current draft. As a result, the founder can appropriately confirm the contents of the message.
[0104]
Further, in the case of the menu 2, the detection processing unit 136a detects the writing state of the overwriting as an example of the progress information based on the overwriting participant database 104. In the present embodiment, the detection processing unit 136a detects, as the writing status, the number of people registered by the administrator, the current number of writers, the number of writers of the registrant, the number of writers of the unregistered person, and the number of unwritten persons. The number of persons registered by the administrator can be detected by counting the number of records in which “setting” is stored in the participant type field in the record associated with the handwritten number in the participant database 104. In addition, the current number of writers can be detected by counting the number of records in which the message is stored in the message field in the record associated with the correspondence number in the participant database 104. Further, the number of registrants written is a record associated with the correspondence number in the participant database 104, and the message is stored in the message field in the record in which “setting” is stored in the participant type field. It can be detected by counting the number of records.
[0105]
The number of unregistered writers is a message stored in the message field of a record that is associated with the correspondence number in the participant database 104 and that “add” is stored in the participant type field. It can be detected by counting the number of records. Further, the number of unwritten persons is a record associated with the correspondence number in the participant database 104, and the message is stored in the message field in the record in which “setting” is stored in the participant type field. Can be detected by counting the number of missing records.
[0106]
Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a writing status page based on the writing information detected by the detection processing unit 136a, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S618). The terminal 30 displays a writing status page 608 shown in FIG. The write status page 608 has a write status display area 608a for displaying the write status. As a result, the initiator can appropriately grasp the writing information of the writing, and can manage the writing easily and appropriately.
[0107]
If it is Menu 3, the processing unit 136 performs registration change processing (Step S620). If it is Menu 4, the processing unit 136 performs re-editing processing (Step S622). If it is menu 5, processing unit 136 performs write deletion processing (step S624), and if it is menu 6, processing unit 136 performs reminder processing (step S626). If there is, the processing unit 136 performs a postscript transmission (step S628).
[0108]
FIG. 53 is a sequence diagram of registration change processing (step S620) according to one embodiment of the present invention. The page processing unit 136d of the server 10 creates a registration condition change page based on the handwritten database 100 and the handwritten participant database 104, and causes the transmitting unit 132 to transmit the page to the terminal 30 (step S700). The terminal 30 displays a registration condition change page 700 shown in FIG. The registration condition change page 700 displays the e-mail address of the participant, and inputs a participant deletion area 700a that accepts deletion from the participant and a request to display a previously registered address, and transmits the past registration. Address display button 700b, address addition input area 700c for accepting additional input of the e-mail address of the participant, deadline date input area 700d for accepting input of the deadline date for editing the edit, and edit approval / disapproval for accepting selection of edit approval / disapproval information A selection area 700e, a progress mail necessity / unnecessity selection area 700f for inputting the necessity / unnecessity of a progress report, a mailing list creation / selection area 700g for accepting whether or not to create a mailing list for the initiator and the participant, and a product etc. to the recipient The creation of a gift page used to present It has a gift reception area 700h that accepts, and the change button 700i to accept a change in the content, which is input to the page.
[0109]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S702), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not to generate a gift page. If a gift page has been added, gift candidate processing (step S242) is performed.
[0110]
When the gift page has not been added or when the gift candidate process is completed, the page processing unit 136d generates a change notification email edit page for confirming the change contents, and transmits it to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (Step S706). The terminal 30 displays a change notification mail edit page 702 shown in FIG. The change notification mail editing page 702 displays a change content display area 702a for displaying the change content, and the content of the e-mail including the request content for the added message to the participant, and an edit input for the content of the e-mail The e-mail content editing area 702b for accepting and the OK button 702c for accepting transmission of the contents input in the input area.
[0111]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 702c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S708), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 136c performs editing when the input content includes the editing content of the e-mail (steps S710 and S712). Next, when the management processing unit 136c transmits an e-mail having a request content to the e-mail address of the participant added by the mail transmission unit 134, and when a new gift page is created, an e-mail that already includes the request content Is sent to the participant who is sending the e-mail including the content urging the player to vote for the gift (step S714). Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S716). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 704 having the content that the registration information shown in FIG. 56 has been changed.
[0112]
FIG. 57 is a sequence diagram of re-editing processing (step S622) according to the embodiment of the present invention. The page processing unit 136d of the server 10 creates a design condition change page based on the draft database 100, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S800). The terminal 30 displays a design condition change page 800 shown in FIG. The design condition change page 800 includes a title display change area 800a that displays the current title and accepts the change, a background color display change area 800b that displays the background color of the current draft and accepts the change, and the current character color Character color display change area 800c for displaying a change and displaying a current written lead, a written lead display change area 800d for receiving a change, and a related URL display change area for displaying a current related URL and receiving a deflection 800e, a URL comment display change area 800f that displays the current URL comment and accepts a change, and a change button 800g that accepts a change in the content input on the page.
[0113]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S802), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the page processing unit 136d creates a change confirmation page having a margin based on the changed content in the input content, and causes the transmitting unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S806). The terminal 30 displays a change confirmation page 802 shown in FIG. The change confirmation page 802 has a display area for displaying a draft according to the changed setting, and an OK button 802a for accepting confirmation of the draft.
[0114]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 802a, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S808), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136b registers the already received change contents in the handwritten database 100 (step S810). Next, the page processing unit 136d of the server 10 retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S812). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 804 having the content that the screen of the overwriting shown in FIG. 60 has been determined.
[0115]
FIG. 61 is a sequence diagram of the write deletion process (step S624) according to the embodiment of the present invention. The detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects the edited content of the handwriting by the participant based on the handwritten participant database 104 (step S900), and the page processing unit 136d deletes the detected content based on the detected editing content of the handwritten text. A writing selection page is created and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S902). The terminal 30 displays a delete write selection page 900 shown in FIG. The deletion / writing selection page 900 includes a deletion content selection area 900a that displays the editing content of each participant and receives selection of editing content to be deleted, and a deletion button 900b that receives a request to delete the selected editing content. In the present embodiment, a plurality of edit contents can be selected in the deletion content selection area 900a.
[0116]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S904), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the page processing unit 136d selects an editing content to be deleted based on the changed content in the input content (step S906), creates a deletion confirmation page based on the editing content, and causes the transmitting unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30. (Step S908). The terminal 30 displays a deletion confirmation page 902 shown in FIG. The deletion confirmation page 902 has a deletion content display area for displaying the edited content to be deleted, and an OK button 902a for accepting a request for deleting the edited content.
[0117]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 902a, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S910), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136b deletes the edited content that has been requested to be deleted. In the present embodiment, the registration processing unit 136b stores “deletion” in the deletion flag field in the record including the corresponding editing content in the group participant participant database 104 (step S912). As a result, the editing contents are not included when the writing is generated based on the writing participant database. That is, it is deleted from the miscellaneous writing.
[0118]
Next, the management processing unit 136c is operated by the mail transmission unit 134.EditAn e-mail having the content that the edited content has been deleted is transmitted to the e-mail address of the participant whose content has been deleted (step S914). Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S916). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 904 having the content that the edited content shown in FIG. 64 has been deleted. This makes it possible to easily delete contents that are not suitable for the writing. Moreover, it can notify appropriately that it deleted to the user who described the deletion content.
[0119]
FIG. 65 is a sequence diagram of the reminding process (step S626) according to the embodiment of the present invention. The detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects a participant who is a reminder that has not been written based on the handwritten database 100 and the handwritten participant database 104 (step S1000). Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a reminder target page including information for identifying the participant as the reminder target, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1002). The terminal 30 displays a reminder target person page 1000 shown in FIG. The reminder target page 1000 displays the e-mail address of the participant who has not written, and the prompt target selection area 1000a for accepting the selection of the participant who sends the e-mail, and the reminder content for the selected participant. A mail editing button 1000b for receiving a mail editing request.
[0120]
Next, when the mail edit button 1000b is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1004), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the page. The contents are received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c generates the prompting content (step S1006), and the page processing unit 136d generates a prompting mail edit page including the prompting content and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1008). The terminal 30 displays a reminder mail edit page 1002 shown in FIG. The reminder email editing page 1002 displays an email address of the participant who sends the reminder email, a reminder content to be included in the reminder email, and a reminder content edit region 1002a that accepts editing, and an input in the input region And an OK button 1002b for receiving the transmitted content.
[0121]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1002c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1010), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 136c performs editing when new editing content is included with respect to the prompting content of the e-mail in the input content (steps S1012 and S1014). Next, the management processing unit 136c transmits an e-mail having a reminder content to the e-mail address of the participant selected by the mail transmission unit 134 (step S1016). Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1018). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1004 having the content that the mail shown in FIG. 68 has been transmitted.
[0122]
FIG. 69 is a sequence diagram of the group writing transmission process (step S628) according to the embodiment of the present invention. The detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects whether or not there is an output form other than via the Internet (WEB) based on the miscellaneous writing database 100 (step S1100). In some cases, the detection processing unit 136a detects registration information on the overwriting based on the overwriting database 100 and the print database 114, and the page processing unit 136d detects the registration information based on the detected registration information. A transmission date reservation page for reserving the transmission date is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1102). The terminal 30 displays a delivery date reservation page 1100 shown in FIG. The sending date reservation page 1100 includes registered content display areas 1100a and 1100c for displaying registered information, a sending date reservation area 1100b for accepting a reservation on the sending date of the extra note, and an OK button 1100d for accepting transmission of input contents. Have.
[0123]
Next, when the OK button 1100d is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1104), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The detection processing unit 136a detects a design candidate as an example of an arrangement candidate from the storage unit 138 based on the output form of the overwriting. In the present embodiment, the detection processing unit 136a detects design candidates based on the output form and the number of participants who participate in the miscellaneous writing. The page processing unit 136d generates a design selection page having the detected design candidates and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the design selection page to the terminal 30 (step S1106). The terminal 30 displays a design selection page 1102 shown in FIG. The design selection page 1102 includes a design selection area 1102a that displays a plurality of design candidates in a selectable manner, and an OK button 1102b that accepts transmission of input contents. This makes it possible to easily and appropriately select a design according to the output form.
[0124]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1102b, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1108), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The detection processing unit 136 a detects an illustration candidate from the illustration master database 106. The detection processing unit 136a detects the number of illustrations to be selected based on the number of participants in the group writing and the number of writable areas in the design selected in the input content. Next, the page processing unit 136d generates an illustration selection page that has the detected illustration candidates and displays the number of illustrations to be selected, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the illustration selection page (step S1110). The terminal 30 displays an illustration selection page 1104 shown in FIG. The illustration selection page 1104 has a font selection area 1104a that accepts font selection, an illustration selection area 1104b that displays selectable illustration candidates, and an OK button 1104c that accepts transmission of input contents.
[0125]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1104c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1112), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d generates a rearrangement designation page that lays out the selected illustration included in the input content and the editing content of the participant in the postscript, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the page to the terminal 30 (step S1114). . The terminal 30 displays a rearrangement designation page 1106 shown in FIG. The sorting specification page 1106 is for illustrations and edit contents.Is arranged in the number of areas according to the illustration and editing content, and the arranged illustration and editing contentIllustration editing content selection area 1106a that can be selected, and the position where the selected illustration or editing content is to be placedChangeAcceptFor this purpose, display the same number of blank areas as the illustration editing content selection area.It has an arrangement position reception area 1106b and an OK button 1106c that receives transmission of input contents.The user designates a place to place the illustration or edit content displayed in the illustration edit content selection area 1106a in the arrangement position reception area 1106b.
[0126]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1106c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1116), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d generates a design confirmation page in which the design and the editing content are arranged based on the selection of the arrangement position of the illustration and the editing content included in the input content, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the design confirmation page (step S1118). ). The terminal 30 displays a design confirmation page 1108 shown in FIG. The design confirmation page 1108 includes an image area in which the design and editing content are arranged, and an OK button 1108a that accepts confirmation of the arrangement position of the illustration and editing content.
[0127]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1108a, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1120), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136c registers the design and illustration arrangement information already selected by the user in the storage unit 138, and stores the reserved transmission date in the side-by-side database 100 (step S1122).
[0128]
On the other hand, when the output form is only via the Internet, the detection processing unit 136a detects information registered in the handwritten database 100, and the page processing unit 136d receives a transmission date reservation page including the registered information. Is transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1124). The terminal 30 displays a delivery date reservation page 1110 shown in FIG. The sending date reservation page 1110 has a display area 1110a for displaying registered information, a sending date input area 1110b for receiving a sending date reservation, and an OK button 1110c for receiving transmission of input contents.
[0129]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1110c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1125), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136b registers the reserved delivery date included in the input content in the collated database 100.
[0130]
After the reservation of the sending date is registered in the mail-order database 100, the detection processing unit 136a determines whether or not the record associated with the mail-order is stored in the gift database 110, that is, whether the gift is given to the recipient. If it is detected that a gift is given, the page processing unit 136d generates a gift vote result page based on the gift candidate database 112 and the gift master database 108, and the transmission unit 132 Transmission is made to the terminal 30 (step S1128). The terminal 30 displays a gift vote result page 1112 shown in FIG. The gift vote result page 1112 displays a gift candidate and the number of votes for the gift candidate, and includes a gift determination area 1112a for receiving a gift to be sent and an OK button 1112b for receiving transmission of input contents.
As a result, the opinions of a plurality of users can be easily reflected in the determination of the gift.
[0131]
When the edit request button 1112b is pressed, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1130), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page. The data is passed to the processing unit 136. The detection processing unit 136a extracts information on the destination such as the name, address, and telephone number of the gift recipient from the gift database 110. Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a delivery confirmation page including information on the delivery destination detected by the detection processing unit, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the page to the terminal 30 (step S1132). The terminal 30 displays a delivery confirmation page 1114 shown in FIG. The delivery confirmation page 1114 includes a delivery destination information display area 1114a for displaying delivery destination information, a card information input area 1114b for accepting various types of information about a credit card for payment, and an OK button 1114c for accepting transmission of input contents. Have.
[0132]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1114c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1134), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 displays the input content for the page. Accept and pass to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1136). Furthermore, the management processing unit 136c causes the mail transmitting unit 134 to transmit an e-mail having the contents of the amount of the gift per person to the e-mail address of the participant of the message. The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1116 having the content of giving a gift shown in FIG.
[0133]
On the other hand, when not giving a gift, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1138). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1118 having contents for transmitting the mail on the transmission reservation date in FIG.
[0134]
FIG. 80 is a sequence diagram of an editing time limit management process according to an embodiment of the present invention. In the server 10, the management processing unit 136c detects the current date (step S1200). Next, the detection processing unit 136a detects an editing deadline date (editing deadline) for each collated text from the collated text database 100 (step S1202).
Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the editing date is within a predetermined date from the current date until the editing deadline (step S1204). If there is a writing within the predetermined date, the detection processing unit 136a Participants who have not written in the message are detected from the message participant database 104, and the management processing unit 136c uses the mail transmission unit 134 to confirm that the deadline is approaching to the email address of the person who started the message. As an example, an e-mail indicating a writing status in the group writing is transmitted (step S1206). In the present embodiment, as the writing status, for example, user specifying information for specifying a user who is not editing among the users who should participate in the editing of the miscellaneous writing is used. In addition, the management processing unit 136c transmits an e-mail having a urging content for urging to write a message to the e-mail address of the participant who has not written, by the mail transmitting unit 134 (step S1208). As a result, it is possible to make the originator know that the deadline is approaching and the state of writing in the miscellaneous notes. In addition, it is possible to make it possible for the participant to grasp that the deadline for writing to the written message is near, and thereby to effectively write to the written message.
[0135]
FIG. 81 is a sequence diagram of a delivery time limit management process according to an embodiment of the present invention. In the server 10, the management processing unit 136c detects the current date (step S1300). Next, the detection processing unit 136a detects the scheduled delivery date of each message from the message database 100 (step S1302). Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the current date is the scheduled delivery date for each collated writing (step S1304). If the result is the scheduled delivery date, the management processing unit 136c transmits the mail. The unit 134 causes the e-mail address of the recipient of the message to be sent to the e-mail address having contents such as the URL of the page for reaching the page of the message to be written and the password to be input by the recipient when referring to the message. (Step S1306). Next, when the management processing unit 136c outputs the misprint as a printed matter, the transmission unit 132 transmits the data regarding the misprint and printing to the printing company, and when the gift page is set in the misprint, the transmission is performed. Information relating to the gift is transmitted to the gift company by the unit 132 (step S1308). In addition, the management processing unit 136c causes the mail transmission unit 134 to transmit an e-mail with the content indicating that the notification of the notification about the rewrite has been notified to the recipients to the e-mail addresses of the organizer and the participant (steps S1310 and S1312). ). As a result, it is possible to appropriately notify the initiator and the participant that the notice of the message has been sent to the recipient.
[0136]
On the other hand, if the current date is not the scheduled delivery date, the management processing unit 136c detects whether the current date is within a predetermined number of days until the scheduled delivery date (step S1314), and the current date is scheduled to be sent. If the date is within the predetermined number of days, the management processing unit 136c transmits an e-mail with the content indicating that the notification is within the predetermined number of days to the e-mail address of the starter of the writing by the mail sending unit 134. (Step S1316). As a result, it is possible to prompt the founder to finally confirm the scheduled date of sending, the illustration of the message, the contents of the message, and the like.
[0137]
82 and 83 are sequence diagrams of recipient reception processing according to one embodiment of the present invention. When the terminal 30 receives an input of the URL of the page for reaching the postscript page notified by e-mail from the recipient, the terminal 30 transmits a transmission request for the password input page of the URL to the server 10 (step S1400). The receiving unit 130 receives the request for the password input page and passes it to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d retrieves the password input page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1402). The terminal 30 displays a password input page 1400 shown in FIG. The password input page 1400 includes an e-mail input area 1400a for inputting the recipient's e-mail address, a password input area 1400b for inputting a password to be input by the participant when referring to the miscellaneous information, and contents input in the input area. And an OK button 1400c for accepting transmission.
[0138]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1400c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1404), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the detection processing unit 136a performs an authentication process based on the input content (step S1406). In the present embodiment, the detection processing unit 136a has the same password as the input content and the recipient password associated with the correspondence in the collation database 100, and associates the email address of the input content with the correspondence. Authenticate if the recipient's email address is the same.
[0139]
As a result, if authenticated, the page processing unit 136d generates a draft page and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1408). The terminal 30 displays a postscript page 1402 shown in FIG. The message page 1402 includes a message display area 1402a for displaying a message, a thank-you mail button 1402b for receiving a request for writing a thank-you mail, and a return gift button 1402c for receiving a request for giving a return gift.
[0140]
When the thank-you mail button 1402b or the return gift button 1402c is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content received from the user to the server 10 (step S1410), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the page. The contents are received and passed to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the input content is a request for giving a return item (step S1412).
As a result, if it is a request to give a return item, the page processing unit 136d retrieves a gift search condition setting page for setting a gift search condition from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30. (Step S1414). The terminal 30 displays a gift search condition setting page 300 shown in FIG.
[0141]
Next, when the OK button 300d is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1416), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The detection processing unit 136a detects a gift that matches the search condition included in the input content from the gift master database 108, generates a search result / candidate selection page including the gift detected by the page processing unit 136d, and transmits the transmission unit 132. Is transmitted to the terminal 30 (step S1418). The terminal 30 displays a search result / candidate selection page 302 shown in FIG.
[0142]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 302b, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1420), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d creates a selected gift confirmation / destination designation page including gift specifying information for specifying the selected gift included in the input contents and an area for registering the destination, and the transmission unit 132 causes the terminal 30 to (Step S1422). The terminal 30 displays the selected gift confirmation / destination designation page 1404 shown in FIG. The selected gift confirmation / destination designation page 1404 includes a gift display area 1404a for displaying information for specifying a gift, a destination information input area 1404b for inputting destination information such as the name, address, and telephone number of the destination. It has a card input area 1404c for inputting the type, number, expiration date, etc. of a credit card for payment, and an OK button 1404d for receiving a transmission request for input contents. In this embodiment, the destination information input area 1404b has an area for inputting destination information for a plurality of destinations.
[0143]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1404d, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1424), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d generates a transmission destination confirmation page based on the input content, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1426). The terminal 30 displays a destination confirmation page 1406 shown in FIG. The destination confirmation page 1406 includes a destination display area 1406a for displaying destination information of the destination, a card information display area 1406b for displaying credit card registration information, and an OK button 1406c for accepting confirmation of the contents.
[0144]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1406c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1428), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136b registers the confirmed information in the thank-you gift database 116 and the thank-you gift destination database 118. Further, the management processing unit 136c transmits the data of the information confirmed by the transmission unit 132 to the gift company (step S1429).
[0145]
When the return gift is not given, or when the steps of giving the return gift (steps S1414 to S1428) are finished, the detection processing unit 136a sends the email address of the initiator and the participant of the message to the user database 102 and the message. A thank-you mail edit page that is detected from the participant database 104 and includes the e-mail address of the initiator and the participant detected by the page processing unit 136d is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1430). The terminal 30 displays a thank-you mail edit page 1408 shown in FIG. The thank-you mail edit page 1408 is input to the input display area, an address display selection area 1408a that displays the originator and participant's e-mail addresses in a selectable manner, and a mail edit area 1408b that displays the contents of the e-mail in an editable manner. And an OK button 1408c for accepting transmission of the contents.
[0146]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1408c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1432), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 136c causes the mail transmitting unit 134 to transmit an e-mail having the edited content in the input content to the e-mail address of the initiator or participant included in the input content (steps S1434 and S1436). This allows the recipient to easily send a thank-you email to the initiator and participants. Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1438). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1410 shown in FIG. The completion notification page 1410 includes a completion notification area 1410a for displaying the contents of the transmitted mail, a print request button 1410b for receiving a request to make a postscript, an other page request button 1410c for requesting another page, and a product. And an advertisement area 1410d for displaying the advertisement.
[0147]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1440), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. The management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the input content is a print request (step S1442). If the input content is a print request, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the output request registration page from the storage unit 138 and transmits it. 132 is transmitted to the terminal 30 (step S1444). The terminal 30 displays an output request registration page 1412 shown in FIG. The output request registration page 1412 includes an output form selection area 1412a that accepts a postscript output form, a printed material destination registration area 1412b, a card registration area 1412c that registers credit card information, and an OK that accepts transmission of input contents. Button 1412d.
[0148]
Next, when the OK button 1412d is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1446), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d generates a registration content confirmation page based on the input content, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1448). The terminal 30 displays a registration content confirmation page 1414 shown in FIG. The registered content confirmation page 1414 includes an output form display area 1414a for displaying the output form, a destination information display area 1414b for displaying the destination information of the destination of the printed material, and a card information display area for displaying the card information of the credit card. 1414c and an OK button 1414d for accepting confirmation of the input content.
[0149]
Next, when the OK button 1414d is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1450), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The detection processing unit 136a detects design candidates from the storage unit 138 based on the output form of the marginal writing. In the present embodiment, the detection processing unit 136a detects design candidates based on the output form and the number of participants who participate in the miscellaneous writing. The page processing unit 136d generates a design selection page having the detected design candidate and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the design selection page to the terminal 30 (step S1452). The terminal 30 displays a design selection page 1102 shown in FIG.
[0150]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1102b, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1454), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The detection processing unit 136 a detects an illustration candidate from the illustration master database 106. The detection processing unit 136a detects the number of illustrations to be selected based on the number of participants in the group writing and the number of writable areas in the design selected in the input content. Next, the page processing unit 136d generates an illustration selection page that has the detected illustration candidates and displays the number of illustrations to be selected, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the illustration selection page (step S1456). The terminal 30 displays an illustration selection page 1104 shown in FIG.
[0151]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1104c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1458), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d generates a rearrangement designation page in which the selected illustration included in the input content and the edited content of the participant in the postscript are laid out, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the page to the terminal 30 (step S1460). . The terminal 30 displays a rearrangement designation page 1106 shown in FIG.
[0152]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1106c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1462), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The page processing unit 136d generates a design confirmation page in which the design and the editing content are arranged based on the selection of the arrangement position of the illustration and the editing content included in the input content, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit the design confirmation page (Step S1464). ). The terminal 30 displays a design confirmation page 1108 shown in FIG.
[0153]
Next, when the OK button 1108a is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1466), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is passed to the processing unit 136. The registration processing unit 136c edits the design and illustration arrangement information already selected by the user by registering them in the storage unit 138 (step S1468). Next, the management processing unit 136c transmits the information data confirmed by the transmission unit 132 to the printing company (step S1470). Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1472). The terminal 30 displays a content completion notification page 1416 for giving the printed matter shown in FIG. As a result, the recipient can easily obtain a misprint in a desired print form.
[0154]
FIG. 93 is a sequence diagram of my page processing (step S112) according to the embodiment of the present invention. The page processing unit 136d of the server 10 retrieves the password input page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1500). The terminal 30 displays a password input page 1500 shown in FIG. The password input page 1500 includes an e-mail input area 1500a for inputting an e-mail address of a user who uses My Page, a password input area 1500b for inputting a password to be input by the user when using My Page, and an input area. And an OK button 1500c for accepting transmission of the content input to the.
[0155]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1500c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1502), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the detection processing unit 136a performs an authentication process based on the input content. As a result, if authenticated, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the menu selection page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1504). The terminal 30 displays a menu selection page 1502 shown in FIG. The menu selection page 1502 has a my page selection area 1502a for accepting selection of which of the registered album, the address book, or the anniversary calendar is used, and an OK button 1502b for accepting transmission of the input content.
[0156]
Next, when the OK button 1502b is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1506), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects the input content (step S1508), and if it is the use of the overwriting album, the processing unit 136 performs the album processing (step S1510), and is the use of the address book The processing unit 136 performs address book processing (step S1512), and when using the anniversary calendar, the processing unit 136 performs calendar processing (step S1514).
[0157]
FIG. 96 is a sequence diagram of album processing (step S1510) according to one embodiment of the present invention. The detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects a message with which the received user is involved based on the message database 100, the user database 102, and the message participant database 104 (step S1600). Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a past handwritten list page based on the detected handwriting, and causes the transmitting unit 132 to transmit the page to the terminal 30 (step S1601). The terminal 30 displays a past order list page 1600 shown in FIG. The past message list page 1600 displays a message that the user has been involved in as a founder, and also displays a message that has been associated with the initiator as a participant, and a message that the user has been involved in as a participant. It has a participant participation message display area 1600b that accepts a display request, and a recipient participation message display area 1600c that displays a message that the person has been involved in as a recipient, and that accepts the message display request.
[0158]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1602), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the detection processing unit 136a detects the information about the message for which there was a display request in the input contents from the message writing database 100, the message writing participant database 104, etc. (step S1604), and the page processing unit 136d is based on the detected information. A message page having a message is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1606). The terminal 30 displays a postscript page 1602 shown in FIG. The message page 1602 includes a message display area 1602a for displaying a message, and an address list button 1602b for accepting a display request for a list of e-mail addresses of persons involved in the message.
[0159]
Next, when the address list button 1602b is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1608), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the page. The contents are received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the detection processing unit 136a detects the e-mail address of the person involved in the rewriting based on the rewriting database 100, the user database 102, and the rewriting participant database 104, and the e-mail from which the page processing unit 136d is detected. An address display page having an address is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1610). The terminal 30 displays an address display page 1604 shown in FIG. The address display page 1604 displays an e-mail address of a person who has been involved in the miscellaneous writing as an initiator, a participant, and a recipient, an address display area 1604a for receiving selection of a person who wants to send mail, and an e-mail to the selected person A mail transmission button 1604b that accepts a request for transmission and a message display button 1604c that requests a message display are provided.
[0160]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1612), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the input content is a display request for overwriting (step S1614). If the input content is a display display for overwriting, steps after step S1604 are performed. On the other hand, in the case of a request for sending a mail, the page processing unit 136d generates a mail edit page having the email address of the selected person included in the input content and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 ( Step S1616). The terminal 30 displays a mail edit page 1606 shown in FIG. The mail edit page 1606 has an address display area 1606a for displaying the electronic mail address of the selected person, a mail edit area 1606b for accepting edits on the contents of the mail, and an OK button 1606c for accepting transmission of the entered contents. .
[0161]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1606c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1618), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c edits the email based on the edited content of the email in the input content (step S1620), and causes the email transmission unit 134 to transmit the email to the email address included in the input content. (Step S1622). Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1624). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1608 having contents indicating that the mail shown in FIG. 101 has been sent. As a result, it is possible to easily display the message regarding which the user is involved, and it is possible to easily send an e-mail to the user involved in the message.
[0162]
FIG. 102 is a sequence diagram of address book processing (step S1512) according to the embodiment of the present invention. The page processing unit 136d of the server 10 takes out the address book menu page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1700). The terminal 30 displays an address book menu page 1700 shown in FIG. The address book menu page 1700 has an address reference button 1700a that accepts a request to refer to the address book, and an additional registration button 1700b that accepts a request for additional registration for the address book.
[0163]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1702), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether the request in the input content is an address reference (step S1704). If the request is not an address reference, the processing unit 136 performs a new registration process (step S1706). On the other hand, in the case of referring to the address book, the page processing unit 136d extracts the address search condition input page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1708).
[0164]
The terminal 30 displays an address search condition input page 1702 shown in FIG. The address search condition input page 1702 includes a list search button 1702a for receiving a search by margin, a name search reception area 1702b having a name input area for receiving a name input and a name search button for receiving a search by name, and an e-mail address An address search receiving area 1702c having an address input area for receiving an e-mail address and an address search button for receiving an e-mail address, and a memorial day search area for receiving an anniversary input and an anniversary search button for receiving a search on the anniversary A day search reception area 1702d.
[0165]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1710), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects a search condition in the input content (step S1712), and if the search condition is a grouping process, the processing unit 136 performs a grouping process (step S1714), and the search condition is a name or e-mail. If it is an address, name / email processing is performed (step S1716), and if the search condition is an anniversary, an anniversary process (step S1718) is performed.
[0166]
FIG. 105 is a sequence diagram of the new registration process (step S1706) according to one embodiment of the present invention. The page processing unit 136d of the server 10 takes out a new address registration page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1800). The terminal 30 displays a new address registration page 1800 shown in FIG. The new address registration page 1800 includes a registrant basic information input area 1800a that accepts input of registrant basic information such as the name, e-mail address, address, and telephone number of the registrant, and a predetermined date related to the registrant. , A predetermined date input area 1800b for receiving an anniversary date such as a birthday or a wedding, and a registration button 1800c for receiving a registration request.
[0167]
Next, when the registration button 1800c is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1802), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the registration processing unit 136b registers the registrant basic information of the input contents in the address database 120 in association with the user number of the user of the address book, and the day information regarding the predetermined date is associated with the registrant basic information. To the life event database 122. Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1804). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1802 shown in FIG. Completion notification page 1802 has the content that it has been registered, and a mail transmission acceptance button 1802a that accepts transmission of mail.
[0168]
Next, when the mail transmission reception button 1802a is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1806), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 receives the page. The input content is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, a mail edit page for editing mail addressed to the person registered by the page processing unit 136d is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1808). The terminal 30 displays a mail edit page 1804 shown in FIG. The mail editing page 1804 includes a transmission destination display area 1804a for displaying an electronic mail address of a transmission destination, an edit reception area 1804b for receiving editing of mail contents, and an OK button 1804c for receiving a mail transmission request.
[0169]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1804c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1810), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c edits the email based on the edited content of the email included in the input content, and causes the email transmission unit 134 to transmit the email to the email address included in the input content (step S1812). ). Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1814). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1608 shown in FIG.
[0170]
FIG. 109 is a sequence diagram of the miscellaneous writing process (step S1714) according to the embodiment of the present invention. The detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects the writing involving the user based on the writing database 100, the user database 102, and the writing participant database 104, and the page processing unit 136d is based on the detected writing. A past list page is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1900). The terminal 30 displays a past order list page 1600 shown in FIG.
[0171]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1902), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the detection processing unit 136a detects the e-mail address of the person involved in the selected collation in the input content based on the collation database 100, the user database 102, and the collation participant database 104, and the page processing unit 136d. An address display page having an e-mail address in which is detected is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1904). The terminal 30 displays an address display page 1604 shown in FIG.
[0172]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1906), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the input content is a mail transmission request (step S1908). If the input content is not a mail transmission request, the detection processing unit 136a displays the information of the overwriting for which the display request has been made, the Based on the information detected from the message participant database 104 and the page processing unit 136d, a message page having a message is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S1910). The terminal 30 displays a postscript page 1602 shown in FIG.
[0173]
Next, when the address list button 1602b is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1608), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the page. The contents are received and passed to the processing unit 136. Thereafter, the processing unit 136 performs steps after step S1904.
[0174]
On the other hand, in the case of a request for sending a mail, the page processing unit 136d generates a mail edit page having the email address of the selected person included in the input content and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 ( Step S1914). The terminal 30 displays a mail edit page 1606 shown in FIG. Next, when the user presses the OK button 1606c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S1916), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136.
[0175]
Next, the management processing unit 136c edits the email based on the edited content of the email included in the input content, and causes the email transmission unit 134 to transmit the email to the email address included in the input content (step S1918). . Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S1920). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1608 having contents indicating that the mail shown in FIG. 101 has been sent.
[0176]
FIG. 110 is a sequence diagram of a name and email process according to an embodiment of the present invention. Based on the address database 120 and the life event database 122, the detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects user information corresponding to the name or the e-mail address (step S2000). Next, based on the information detected by the page processing unit 136d, a search result page is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S2002). The terminal 30 displays a search result page 2000 shown in FIG. The search result page 2000 includes a registrant basic information area 2000a that displays the registrant basic information of the searched registrant in an editable manner, a date information area 2000b that displays the registrant's date information in an editable manner, and information update An update request button 2000c that accepts a request and an email transmission button 2000d that accepts a request to send an email to the registrant.
[0177]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2004), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the input content is a request to update (step S2006). In the case of the update request, the registration processing unit 136b determines whether the input database 120 or the life event is based on the input content. At least one of the databases 122 is updated (step S2008). Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2010). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 2002 shown in FIG. The completion notification page 2002 has a content that the information has been updated, and a mail transmission acceptance button 2002a that accepts transmission of the mail.
[0178]
Next, when the mail transmission acceptance button 2002a is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2012), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the page. The input content is received and passed to the processing unit 136.
[0179]
If the request is not an update request, or if step S2012 has been completed, the page processing unit 136d generates a mail editing page for editing the e-mail addressed to the registrant and transmits it to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132. (Step S2014). The terminal 30 displays a mail edit page 1804 shown in FIG. Next, when the user presses the OK button 1804c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2016), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c edits the email based on the edited content of the email in the input content, and causes the email transmission unit 134 to transmit the email to the email address included in the input content (step S2018). ). Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2020). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1608 shown in FIG.
[0180]
FIG. 113 is a sequence diagram of the anniversary process (step S1718) according to the embodiment of the present invention. Based on the address database 120 and the life event database 122, the detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects user information corresponding to the anniversary condition (step S2100). Next, based on the information detected by the page processing unit 136d, an anniversary calendar display page is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S2102). The terminal 30 displays the anniversary calendar display page 2100 shown in FIG. The anniversary calendar display page 2000 displays the registrant's anniversary and includes display selection areas 2100a, 2100b, and 2100c for accepting selection, and a detailed information button 2100d for requesting detailed information of the selected registrant.
[0181]
When the detailed information button 2100d is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2104), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 displays the input content for the page. Then, it is passed to the processing unit 136. Based on the address database 120 and the life event database 122, the detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects user information corresponding to the corresponding name or email address (step S2106). Next, based on the information detected by the page processing unit 136d, a search result page is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S2108). The terminal 30 displays a search result page 2000 shown in FIG.
[0182]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2110), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2112). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 2002 shown in FIG.
[0183]
Next, when the mail transmission acceptance button 2002a is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2114), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 The input content is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a mail edit page for editing the e-mail addressed to the registrant, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2116). The terminal 30 displays a mail edit page 1804 shown in FIG.
[0184]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1804c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2118), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c edits the email based on the edited content of the email in the input content, and causes the email transmission unit 134 to send the email to the email address included in the input content (step S2120). ). Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2122). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1608 shown in FIG.
[0185]
FIG. 115 is a sequence diagram of calendar processing (step S1514) according to one embodiment of the present invention. The page processing unit 136d of the server 10 retrieves the calendar menu page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2200). The terminal 30 displays a calendar menu page 2200 shown in FIG. The calendar menu page 2200 has an anniversary request button 2200a that accepts a request to reference an anniversary, and an anniversary registration button 2200b that accepts a request to register an anniversary.
[0186]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2202), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c detects whether or not the input content is an anniversary reference request (step S2204). If the input content is not a reference request, that is, if it is an anniversary registration, the page processing unit 136d The new address registration page is extracted from the storage unit 138 and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S2206). The terminal 30 displays a new address registration page 1800 shown in FIG.
[0187]
Next, when the registration button 1800c is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2208), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the registration processing unit 136b registers the registrant basic information of the input contents in the address database 120 in association with the user number of the user of the address book, and the day information regarding the predetermined date is associated with the registrant basic information. Are registered in the life event database 122 (step S2210). Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2212). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 2202 having the registered contents shown in FIG.
[0188]
On the other hand, if it is an anniversary reference, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the search condition input page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2214). The terminal 30 displays a search condition input page 2204 shown in FIG. The search condition input page 2204 includes an anniversary range input area 2204a that accepts an input of an anniversary range to be searched, and an OK button 2204b that accepts an input content transmission request.
[0189]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 2204b, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2216), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, based on the life event database 122, the detection processing unit 136a searches for information on users who have anniversaries that belong to the range of anniversaries to be searched that are included in the input content (step S2218). Next, based on the information detected by the page processing unit 136d, an anniversary calendar display page is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S2220). The terminal 30 displays the anniversary calendar display page 2100 shown in FIG.
[0190]
When the detailed information button 2100d is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2222), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 displays the input content for the page. Then, it is passed to the processing unit 136. Based on the address database 120 and the life event database 122, the detection processing unit 136a of the server 10 detects user information corresponding to the corresponding name or email address. Next, based on the information detected by the page processing unit 136d, a search result page is generated and transmitted to the terminal 30 by the transmission unit 132 (step S2224). The terminal 30 displays a search result page 2000 shown in FIG.
[0191]
Next, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2226), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the input content for the page and passes it to the processing unit 136. Next, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138 and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2228). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 2002 shown in FIG.
[0192]
Next, when the mail transmission reception button 2002a is pressed by the user, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2230), and the receiving unit 130 of the server 10 receives the page. The input content is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the page processing unit 136d generates a mail editing page for editing the e-mail addressed to the registrant, and causes the transmitting unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2232). The terminal 30 displays a mail edit page 1804 shown in FIG.
[0193]
Next, when the user presses the OK button 1804c, the terminal 30 transmits the input content for the page received from the user to the server 10 (step S2234), and the reception unit 130 of the server 10 inputs the content for the page. Is received and passed to the processing unit 136. Next, the management processing unit 136c edits the email based on the edited content of the email in the input content, and causes the email transmission unit 134 to transmit the email to the email address included in the input content (step S2236). ). Thereafter, the page processing unit 136d retrieves the completion notification page from the storage unit 138, and causes the transmission unit 132 to transmit it to the terminal 30 (step S2238). The terminal 30 displays a completion notification page 1608 shown in FIG.
[0194]
FIG. 119 is a sequence diagram of event date detection processing according to an embodiment of the present invention. In the server 10, the management processing unit 136c detects the current date (step S2300). Next, the detection processing unit 136a detects an anniversary that occurs within a predetermined number of days from the life event database 122 (step S2302). Next, the user record associated with the anniversary on which the detection processing unit 136a is detected is detected from the address database 120 (step S2304). Next, the detection processing unit 136a detects the email address of the user who has registered the record. Here, the e-mail address of the user who has registered the record can be detected by searching for a record in the user database 102 that stores the user number in the record as the user number. Next, the management processing unit 136c causes the mail transmitting unit 134 to transmit an e-mail including information specifying the user and information regarding the anniversary to the e-mail address of the user who has registered the record ( Step S2306). Accordingly, it is possible to appropriately notify the user who has registered the anniversary of another user that the anniversary of the other user is within a predetermined number of days.
[0195]
The present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and various modifications can be made. For example, in the above embodiment, an e-mail address is used as an example of the user specifying information. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and may be, for example, the name of the user. Any user information that can be specified may be used.
[0196]
Further, in the above embodiment, the e-mail including the URL of the page for reaching the message is transmitted on the scheduled transmission date. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and on the scheduled transmission date. May be sent to the recipient's email address. In the above-described embodiment, an example has been shown in which the number of recipients of the writing is single, for example, one. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and a plurality of recipients may be provided. In this case, the display screen and database may be configured based on the number of recipients.
[0197]
As mentioned above, although this invention was demonstrated using embodiment, the technical scope of this invention is not limited to the range as described in the said embodiment. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications or improvements can be added to the above-described embodiment. It is apparent from the description of the scope of claims that embodiments with such changes or improvements can be included in the technical scope of the present invention.
[0198]
【The invention's effect】
As is apparent from the above description, according to the present invention, it is possible to easily and appropriately manage the editing of the overwriting. It is also possible to manage the gift presentation easily and appropriately. Moreover, the date of a predetermined user can be managed easily and appropriately.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram of a processing network system including a server as an example of a group management device, a product gifting support device, and a date management device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a configuration diagram of a server according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 3 is a diagram showing a configuration of a miscellaneous writing database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 4 is a diagram showing a configuration of a user database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 5 is a diagram showing a configuration of a grouped participant database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 6 is a diagram showing the configuration of a handwritten illustration master database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 7 is a diagram showing a configuration of a group gift gift master database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 8 is a diagram showing a configuration of a group gift gift database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 9 is a diagram showing a configuration of a group gift gift candidate database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 10 is a diagram showing a configuration of a misprint printing database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 11 is a diagram showing a configuration of a thank-you gift database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 12 is a diagram showing a configuration of a thank-you gift destination database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 13 is a diagram showing a configuration of a write address database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 14 is a diagram showing a configuration of a life event database according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 15 is a hardware configuration diagram of a server according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 16 is a sequence diagram of main processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 17 is a display example of a top page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 18 is a first sequence diagram of a group writing start process according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 19 is a second sequence diagram of the group writing generation process according to the embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 20 is a display example of a registration password input page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 21 is a display example of a basic information input page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 22 is a display example of an address unit page according to one embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 23 is a display example of a corresponding address page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 24 is a display example of a destination registration page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 25 is a display example of a registration content confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 26 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 27 is a display example of a call mail edit page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 28 is a display example of a write page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 29 is a display example of a write confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 30 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 31 is a sequence diagram of gift candidate processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 32 is a display example of a gift search condition setting page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 33 is a display example of a search result / candidate selection page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 34 is a display example of a selection candidate list page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 35 is a display example of a card information registration page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 36 is a display example of a card information confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 37 is a sequence diagram of participant writing processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 38 is a display example of a reaching page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 39 is a display example of a reject page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 40 is a display example of a write page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 41 is a display example of a participant address page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 42 is a display example of a write confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 43 is a sequence diagram of participant gift processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 44 is a display example of a voting page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 45 is a display example of an additional candidate confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 46 is a display example of a voting status / voting page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 47 is a sequence diagram of management processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 48 is a display example of an administrator password input page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 49 is a display example of a created order list page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 50 is a display example of a management menu page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 51 is a display example of a latest status confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 52 is a display example of a write status page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 53 is a sequence diagram of registration change processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 54 is a display example of a registration condition change page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 55 is a display example of a change notification mail edit page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 56 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 57 is a sequence diagram of re-editing processing according to the embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 58 is a display example of a design condition change page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 59 is a display example of a change confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 60 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 61 is a sequence diagram of write deletion processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 62 is a display example of a deletion write selection page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 63 is a display example of a deletion confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 64 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 65 is a sequence diagram of reminding processing according to one embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 66 is a display example of a reminder target page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 67 is a display example of a reminder mail edit page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 68 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 69 is a sequence diagram of a group writing transmission process according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 70 is a display example of a transmission date reservation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 71 is a display example of a design selection page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 72 is a display example of an illustration selection page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 73 is a display example of a rearrangement designation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
74 is a display example of a design confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG.
FIG. 75 is a display example of a transmission date reservation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 76 is a display example of a gift vote result page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 77 is a display example of a delivery confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 78 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 79 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 80 is a sequence diagram of an editing time limit management process according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 81 is a sequence diagram of a delivery time limit management process according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 82 is a first sequence diagram of recipient reception processing according to one embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 83 is a second sequence diagram of recipient reception processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 84 is a display example of a password input page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 85 is a display example of a marginalized page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 86 is a display example of a selected gift confirmation / destination designation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 87 is a display example of a destination confirmation page according to one embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 88 is a display example of a thank-you mail edit page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 89 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 90 is a display example of an output request registration page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 91 is a display example of a registration content confirmation page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 92 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 93 is a sequence diagram of My Page processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 94 is a display example of a password entry page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 95 is a display example of a menu selection page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 96 is a sequence diagram of album processing according to one embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 97 is a display example of a past order list page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 98 is a display example of a group page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 99 is a display example of an address display page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 100 is a display example of a mail edit page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 101 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 102 is a sequence diagram of address book processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 103 is a display example of an address book menu page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 104 is a display example of an address search condition input page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 105 is a sequence diagram of new registration processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 106 is a display example of a new address registration page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 107 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 108 is a display example of a mail edit page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 109 is a sequence diagram of miscellaneous writing processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 110 is a sequence diagram of a name and email process according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 111 is a display example of a search result page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 112 is a display example of a completion notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 113 is a sequence diagram of anniversary processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 114 is a display example of an anniversary calendar display page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 115 is a sequence diagram of calendar processing according to one embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 116 is a display example of a calendar menu page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 117 is a display example of a registration notification page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 118 is a display example of a search condition input page according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 119 is a sequence diagram of event date detection processing according to an embodiment of the present invention.
[Explanation of symbols]
10 servers 20 internet
30 terminals 100 database
102 User database 104 Mailbox participant database
106 Illustration Master Database 108 Gift Master Database
110 Gift Database 112 Gift Candidate Database
114 Print database 116 Thank-you gift database
118 Thank-you gift destination database 120 Address database
122 Life Event Database 130 Receiver
132 Transmission unit 134 Mail transmission unit
136 processing unit 136a detection processing unit
136b Registration processing unit 136c Management processing unit
136d Page processing unit 138 storage unit

Claims (24)

  1. And the planned user storage unit for storing a schedule user information initiator user who has the initiator of the nearest to write to identify the prospective participant user who has set to participate in the editing of the group efforts,
    An edit accepting unit that accepts addition of edit content to the message and edit user information that identifies an edit user who edits the message according to the edit content ;
    An editing unit for editing the group efforts based on the edits add,
    And said predetermined user information, and the editing on the basis of the user information, the progress information detector for detecting the progress information about the prospective participant user of the information you have not already done the editing of group efforts,
    The previous Symbol progress information, possess and transmit section that sends to the initiator user terminal of the initiator user,
    The transmitting unit transmits to the calling user terminal a message including edits added by the time the request is made from the calling user terminal.
    Nearest to write management device.
  2. The progress information includes at least one of the planned participation users who have received the edited contents and the planned participation users who have not yet edited the margin among the planned participation users. The overwriting management apparatus according to 1.
  3. The transmission unit transmits a rearrangement designation page that allows an originator to select an arrangement of illustrations included in the edited content and the draft, to the origination user terminal,
    The sorting specification page is
    An illustration editing content selection area that allows the editing content and the illustration to be arranged and selected;
    Including the editing content selected in the illustration editing content selection area or an arrangement position receiving area for arranging the illustration,
    The side-by-side writing according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the editing unit arranges the edited content and the illustration based on the arrangement received by the arrangement position receiving area, and generates a design confirmation page for the side-by- side writing. Management device.
  4. And the initiator information receiving unit to attach accept the the email address of the initiator user,
    Further possess an initiator information storage unit that stores the e-mail address of the initiator user,
    And the transmission unit, group efforts management device according to Motomeko 1 to any one of 3 to transmit the progress information to the electronic mail address of the initiator user.
  5. Further comprising an editing deadline receiving unit that receives the editing period of the previous Symbol group efforts,
    Before Kioku trust unit, in front of the editing period, transmitting the progress information
    Group efforts management device according to any one of the Motomeko 1 4.
  6. And the planned user acceptance unit that accepts e-mail address before Symbol prospective participant user,
    The prospective participant user of the e-mail address Motomeko 1 from 5 that have a and editing request transmitting unit that transmits the arrival information and request content to request the editing of the group efforts in order to reach the group efforts to scan The overwriting management apparatus according to any one of the above.
  7. The editing receiving unit, from the user the user information to the scheduled user storage unit is stored, accepting an before Symbol editing content
    Group efforts management device according to any one of the Motomeko 1 6.
  8. Group efforts management device according to any one of the Motomeko 1 that Yusuke additional user accepting unit further to register additional pre SL-predicted user information before SL-predicted user storage unit 7.
  9. The editing group efforts, further comprising the scheduled user the in the storage unit schedule the user information put accept editing disapproval information indicating whether admit besides the prospective participant user stored edited disapproval receiving unit ,
    The editing accepting unit, based on the editing disapproval information, group efforts management device according to any one of the Motomeko 1 accepting an editing 8 for the group efforts.
  10. The editing reception unit
    It is determined from the edit approval / disapproval information whether or not to allow editing of the draft other than the planned participation user,
    When authorizing editing of the message other than the planned participation user, the editing user is authenticated based on a password input by the editing user when editing the message,
    When authorizing only the planned participation user to edit the message, the editing user is authenticated based on the password and the editing user information,
    The overwriting management apparatus according to claim 9, wherein the editing content is received when the editing user is authenticated.
  11. And the initiator receiving unit to attach accept the type of the nearest to write,
    And the planned user acceptance unit to the initiator user who has the initiator of the previous Symbol group efforts accepts the e-mail address of the prospective participant user who has set to participate in the editing of the group efforts,
    A request content generation unit that generates a request content for requesting editing of the message based on the type of the message;
    And editing request transmitting unit that transmits the arrival information and the request content in order to reach the group efforts in the e-mail addresses of the participants planned a Subscriber
    An edit accepting unit that accepts addition of edit content to the message and edit user information that identifies an edit user who edits the message according to the edit content;
    A progress information detection unit that detects progress information related to information on the planned participation user who has not yet edited the margin based on the planned user information for identifying the planned participation user and the editing user information. When,
    A transmission unit for transmitting the progress information to the originating user terminal of the originating user;
    The transmitting unit transmits to the calling user terminal a message including the edited content added by the time the request is made from the calling user terminal.
    Nearest to write management device.
  12. Further comprising a request content editing accepting unit to attach accept the edits request details the generated,
    The editing request transmission unit that sends the edited the requested contents
    Group efforts management device according to Motomeko 11.
  13. And the planned user storage unit for storing a schedule user information initiator user who has the initiator of the nearest to write to identify the prospective participant user who has set to participate in the editing of the group efforts,
    And the planned user acceptance unit that accepts e-mail address before Symbol prospective participant user,
    An edit accepting unit that accepts addition of edit content to the message and edit user information that identifies an edit user who edits the message according to the edit content ;
    An editing unit for editing the draft based on the additional editing content;
    And said pre-Teiri for user information, and the knitting on the basis of the Atsumariri for user information, unedited user detection unit for detecting the prospective participant user who does not have to edit the group efforts,
    When a predetermined, and a reminder e-mail transmission unit to send an e-mail that contains the reminder content prompting the editing to the e-mail address of the not edit the group efforts the participants scheduled user,
    A progress information detecting unit that detects progress information related to information of the planned participation users who have not yet edited the margin based on the scheduled user information and the editing user information;
    A transmission unit for transmitting the progress information to the originating user terminal of the originating user;
    And the transmission unit, the initiator user the group efforts of the Editor is edited based on the edits to accepted until there is a request from the terminal, the initiator user to the terminal nearest allowed writing management device .
  14. Further comprising an editing deadline receiving unit that receives the editing period of the previous Symbol group efforts,
    The reminder e-mail transmission unit, group efforts management apparatus according to the e-mail to Motomeko 13 that sends in front of the editing period.
  15. An additional edits for writing was preferred, and the group efforts and edit user information for identifying the edit user to edit the attached accepted editing accepting unit by the editing content,
    An editing unit that edits the message based on the additional editing content, a scheduled user information that identifies a scheduled user who has set up participation in the editing of the message by the originating user who has generated the message, and A progress information detection unit that detects progress information related to the information of the planned participation users who have not yet edited the draft based on the editing user information;
    A transmitting unit that transmits the progress information to the originating user terminal of the originating user, and a miscellaneous message including the edited content that has been added by a request from the originating user terminal;
    And recipient information receiving unit that receives the e-mail address of the recipient to receive the previous Symbol group efforts,
    A content indicating that there is the group efforts addressed to the recipient, and group efforts notification mail transmitting unit that transmits the group efforts notification e-mail including the arrival information to reach the group efforts to the email address of the recipient that having a nearest to write management device.
  16. Further comprising the group efforts notification transmission scheduled Toki受 with part of the e-mail in advance to accept the scheduled time to be transmitted to the recipient,
    The group efforts notification mail transmission unit, group efforts management apparatus according to Motomeko 15 that sends the group efforts notification e-mail when made at the time of the schedule.
  17. And the group efforts notification transmission scheduled Toki受 with part of the e-mail in advance to accept the scheduled time to be transmitted to the recipient,
    Before the time of the appointment, to Motomeko 15 that have a and schedule notification mail sending unit to be sent to the e-mail address of the user that the e-mail was determined in advance of the contents, which indicates that you are approaching at the time of the scheduled The written message management device described.
  18. An additional edits for writing was preferred, and the group efforts and edit user information for identifying the edit user to edit the attached accepted editing accepting unit by the editing content,
    An editing unit for editing the draft based on the additional editing content;
    Based on the scheduled user information for identifying the scheduled participation user who has set the participation in the editing of the message and the editing user information, the originating user who has generated the message has not yet edited the message. A progress information detecting unit for detecting progress information related to the information of the user who is not scheduled to participate;
    A transmission unit that transmits the progress information to the originating user terminal of the originating user, and a message including the edited content that has been added by the time the request is received from the originating user terminal;
    A recipient information receiving unit for receiving an e-mail address of a recipient who receives the message;
    Distance was writing management apparatus and a group efforts transmitting unit for transmitting the e-mail to the e-mail address of the recipient, including the group efforts.
  19. Further comprising a transmission scheduled Toki受 with a part to be accepted the scheduled time for transmitting the group efforts to the recipient,
    The group efforts transmission unit that sends the group efforts Once the plans made at the time of
    Group efforts management apparatus according to Motomeko 18.
  20. And the scheduled transmission Toki受 with a part to be accepted the scheduled time for transmitting the group efforts to the recipient,
    Before the time of the appointment, said pre-scheduled 請that have a and schedule notification mail sending unit to be sent to the e-mail address of the predetermined user's e-mail content that indicates that you are approaching the Motomeko 18 The miscellaneous note management device described in 1.
  21. And the initiator user receiving unit which receives the user information to identify the initiator user who has the initiator of the editing of the nearest to write,
    And the planned user receiving unit which receives the user information that the initiator user to identify the prospective participant user who has set to participate in the editing of the group efforts,
    A receiving user receiving unit for receiving user information for specifying a receiving user who is a recipient of the message;
    Based on user information for identifying the planned participation user and user information for identifying an editing user for editing the message, progress on information regarding the planned user who has not yet edited the message A progress information detection unit for detecting information;
    A transmitting unit that transmits the progress information and a message including additional editing content for the message received by a request from the calling user terminal to the calling user terminal of the calling user When,
    User information for specifying the originating user, user information for specifying the planned participation user, user information for specifying the receiving user, and message specifying information for specifying the message are associated with each other. A storage management section to store,
    A participating user reception unit that receives user information for identifying a user who requests detection of a related message;
    The involvement user acceptance has been received to the unit the associated detecting the group efforts specific information associated with the user information group efforts detecting unit and that preferred not writing management device having a.
  22. An originating user reception unit that accepts the email address of the originating user who created the message;
    And the planned user acceptance unit in which the initiator user accepts the e-mail address of the prospective participant user who has set to participate in the editing of the group efforts,
    Based on the email address of the planned participation user and the editing user information for identifying the editing user who edits the message, progress information on the information of the scheduled user who has not yet edited the message A progress information detection unit for detecting
    A transmitting unit that transmits the progress information and a message including additional editing content for the message received by a request from the calling user terminal to the calling user terminal of the calling user When,
    A message management storage unit that stores the email address of the originating user, the email address of the planned participation user, and the message specifying information for specifying the message;
    And group efforts specifying receiving unit that receives the group efforts specifying information for specifying the group efforts,
    Yes and that the group efforts specific receiving unit is associated with the group efforts specific information that has been received, the initiator user or involved user address detection unit for detecting at least one of the e-mail address of the participating plans a Subscriber It is that nearest to write management device.
  23. A scheduled user information for identifying a scheduled participation user who has set up participation in the editing of the draft, and a scheduled user storage unit that stores an email address of the planned participation user;
    An additional edits for the group efforts, and the group efforts to identify the edit user to edit a user and the information accepted give editing accepting unit by the editing content,
    An editing unit for editing the draft based on the additional editing content;
    A progress information detecting unit that detects progress information related to information of the planned participation users who have not yet edited the margin based on the scheduled user information and the editing user information;
    A transmitting unit that transmits the progress information to the originating user terminal of the originating user, and a miscellaneous message including the edited content that has been added by a request from the originating user terminal;
    And the deletion instruction receiving unit that receives an instruction to delete edits you delete one of the edits,
    And a deletion unit that deletes the delete editing content from the group efforts,
    The deleted editing the editing user's e-mail address in the deletion edits to nearest that have a and delete e-mail transmission unit for transmitting the e-mail content that indicates that you have deleted the writing of that editing was carried out of the contents Management device.
  24. A scheduled user storage step of storing scheduled user information for identifying a scheduled participation user who has set up participation in the editing of the message by the originating user who has generated the message ;
    An additional edits for the group efforts, an editing accepting step of editing the user and the information accepted give said group efforts to identify the edit user to edit by the edits,
    An editing step of editing the draft based on the additional editing content;
    And said pre-Teiri for user information, on the basis of the said knitting Atsumariri for user information, and the progress information detection step of detecting the progress information related to the group efforts the participants planned user of the information you have not already done editing,
    A progress information transmitting step for transmitting the progress information to the originating user terminal of the originating user ;
    The initiator user and group efforts including the edits that have been added by the time there is a request from the terminal, step a that preferred not write management method having a <br/> to be transmitted to the initiator user terminal.
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