Stima Wallet Technical Documentation.docx

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Technical Design Specification Version 1.0 Stima Wallet: A USSD based application for prepaid electricity token purchase Project/Product Manager: Arnold Okudo Development Team: Julius Gitonga Nyaga Edwin Njeru Mwendi Ben Ngugi This page intentionally left blank.
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Document Information Author Julius Gitonga Reviewer Arnold Okudo Approver Arnold Okudo Revision History Date Version Section Changed Change Description Author
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................ 5 1.1 Purpose .................................................................................................................... 5 1.2 Scope ........................................................................................................................ 5 1.3 Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations ............................................................ 5 1.4 SDLC ....................................................................................................................... 6 2 SYSTEM DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................... 7 2.1. SYSTEM OVERVIEW .......................................................................................... 7 2.2. ARCHITECTURAL REPRESENTATION ......................................................... 7 2.3. Architectural Goals and Constraints .................................................................... 7 2.4. USE-CASE VIEW .................................................................................................. 8 2.5. LOGICAL VIEW ................................................................................................... 9 2.6. Deployment View .................................................................................................. 10 2.7. Risks and Mitigation Plans .................................................................................. 12 2.8. Application Interface ........................................................................................... 12
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1 INTRODUCTION This technical document is a reference document which can be used to design and Development of the Stima Wallet System. This document contains the narrative and graphical documentation of the software design for Stima Wallet including use case models, sequence diagrams, collaboration models, object behavior models, and other supporting requirement information. 1.1 Purpose This document provides brief overview of Stima Wallet and its architecture. It describes how Stima wallet will interface will KPLC electricity token vending system. It is designed to assist Stima wallet developers in developing the application and KPLC engineers in providing relevant API’s to enable Stima Wallet to integrate will the core KPLC system. Objective of this document is to help application administrators in building Stima Wallet by providing following details: a. Prerequisites for Stima Wallet application.
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